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Former CHS hurdler comes just shy of Olympic bid

Track and field phenom and Claremont High School graduate Kori Carter narrowly missed an opportunity to compete in the Olympic Games, falling one place short of the cut with a fourth place finish in the final heat of the 400-meter hurdles at the US Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon. The former star hurdler for Stanford University came in just behind third-place finisher Sydney McLaughlin on Sunday. McLaughlin, 16, is the youngest track and field Olympic participant since 1976.

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CHS track makes a mark in state meet

For the first time since 2013, Claremont High School track and field competed in the State Championships, sending three athletes to the elite competition. Sophomore Cameron Kading brought home a first-place trophy in the Paralympic 100-meter sprint, which was a very proud moment for his coach, Veronica Amarasekara.

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Boos breaks own record, moves on in CIF competition

Claremont High School distance runner Annie Boos broke her own school record in the 1600-meter race last week during the CIF Southern Section Division II finals at Cerritos College. Her third place finish at 4:54:65 also guaranteed her a berth in the CIF Masters event on Friday also at Cerritos College.

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Top CHS athletes make move to college ranks

Each year Claremont High School celebrates the student athletes who will be competing in college sports. This year’s list includes a diverse group who will play volleyball, softball, soccer and track at schools from the University of La Verne to George Washington University.

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