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CHS Islander Girls win CIF Division IV Cross Country title, Erik Armes named CIF Division IV Athlete of the Year

On Saturday, November 22, the Islander Girls Cross Country Team won the Division IV CIF Cross Country Championships at Morley Field. Four girls were named as All-CIF runners by finishing among the top 10. They were Renee Phillips in 3rd place, Haley Chasin in 4th, Jasmine Rippey in 5th, and Aeron Yim in 9th. They were followed by Chapin Miller-Maes in 11th, Kayla Bierschbach in 17th, and Hannah Downey in 30th. In the boy’s championship race Erik Armes won overall and was named CIF Division IV Cross Country athlete of the year.

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Pictured above are 2014 CIF D-IV Girls Cross Country Champions. From left to right are Haley Chasin, Kayla Bierschbach, Aeron Yim, Hannah Downey, Coach George Green, Renee Phillips, Jasmine Rippey, Chapin Miller-Maes.

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George Green
George Green
Cross Country and Track Coach, Coronado High School
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