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Coach Reeves earns state award as girls cross country coach

Claremont High School Track and Field Coach Bill Reeves received another award on Saturday when the California Coaches Association named him Girls Cross Country Coach of the Year during the group’s annual banquet in Sacramento. Earlier in the year, the association presented Coach Reeves with a regional award, but he was not aware that he would receive the statewide award, one of two given for girls cross-country, in advance of the banquet.

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Decorated CHS athletes move on to college careers

Every spring Claremont High School announces the senior athletes who have received scholarships. And there’s no doubt this is a banner year with 22 students heading into college competition. Four-year distance running phenom, Annie Boos, is heading off to UC Berkeley where she will be on both the track and cross-country teams. Boos has set numerous records at CHS and will undoubtedly continue to get faster at Cal.

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Bishop, Boos, Kading and Renken medal at Cal. State meet

Claremont senior Owen Bishop ran the fastest 1600 meters of his high school career during the California Sate Meet finals on Saturday but one runner was slightly faster so Bishop had to settle for second place.

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CHS track makes strong showing at Arcadia meet

Seniors Annie Boos and Ryan Renken each added another victory to their long lists of accomplishments by winning the 1600-meter race at the CIF Masters meet on Saturday in Arcadia. Renken posted a time of 4:10:95, a personal record (PR), less than a second ahead of Great Oak’s Solomon Fountain

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