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Kori Carter becomes world champion

Claremont High School graduate Kori Carter can now add world champion to her resume after winning the 400-meter hurdles last Thursday at the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) World Championships in London.

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Claremont High track gets brighter with a facelift

The Claremont High School track was resurfaced and repainted recently using taxpayer funds that are earmarked for outdoor facilities that are open to both students and the public. The work was paid for out of Recreational Assessment District (RAD) funds, which Claremont residents pay through their property taxes.

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Webb to offer free football camp

The Webb Schools is holding its fifth annual Scholar Athlete Football Camp on Friday, July 21, from 5 to 8 p.m. The camp is free and open to students ages 9 to 13, grades 5 to 8, who have a 3.0 grade point average or above.

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CHS football coach brings teaching expertise to coaching

Back in 2003, when Claremont’s newly-hired head football coach Shane Hile was an assistant coach at Damien High School, the school’s longtime athletic director, Tom Carroll, pulled up in a golf cart in the middle of practice. “He said, ‘Coach Hile, get on the cart,’ and I thought ‘uh oh,’ because usually that meant you’re in trouble,” Coach Hile shared during a recent practice at CHS.

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