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Rushville Senior Profile- Macenzie Cochran

With the cancellation of the spring sports season, 12th grade spring sports athletes will not get to have their Senior Night.  We wanted to give those athletes a chance to share their Senior Night profiles typically read at such events.  While this can never replace Senior Night itself, at least we can help celebrate our local seniors by sharing their information with you.

Any spring sports senior who would like to have their Senior Night profile shared, please email it to and we will publish it under their spring sport.

Macenzie Cochran- Rushville Girls Track

Parents/Guardians Names: Lisa and Donald Cochran

Number of Years in Track & Field: 4 years

Track & Field Events: 100, 200, 4×1, 4×2

Track & Field Accomplishments: Getting injured 3/4 seasons

Other Sports Involved in at RCHS: manager of the girls basketball team

Extracurricular Activities: Key Club for 4 years, Cheerblock for 4 years, Varsity Scholar for 4 years

Future Plans: go to IUPUI to become a pediatric nurse practitioner

Additional Comments/Parting Words: This is definitely not how I wanted my last season to go…the only one that I was healthy enough to run in. I’m so thankful to have been a part of the program for the past 4 years. Even though I spent the majority of the time injured, I was still thought of as part of the team. RCHS Track and Field is an amazing program and I’m glad I got to experience it. I want to thank all the coaches for pushing us to do our bests on and off the track, which is why we have so much success in this program. I’m going to miss being a part of this amazing team but I will remember it for a lifetime.

Coach’s Comments: Macenzie has shown incredible resiliency in her four years of track at RCHS. Each year she has battled separate injuries that have just been bad luck. So far this season she was completely healthy really for the first time in her track career and was running very well. Macenzie was poised to compete for varsity spots in the 100, 200, and 4×100 and very easily could have been a difference maker for the 2020 girls team. Through the tough times she has always kept a positive attitude and worked hard, those characteristics are very valuable and will serve her well in her future nursing career.

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