… So when she was among two former All-American college throwers during the seventh annual Gaylord Highland Games held Saturday at Gaylord Regional Airport, she utilized the opportunity to learn about what it takes to be successful as a thrower at the next level.
“It was pretty cool,” Kroll said. “You can tell when they do certain events that that’s what they’ve done before, and they’re good at it.
“I kept asking about what you threw in college and high school and what you think about this and what you think about that.”
Kroll placed second in the women’s division of the Highland Games.