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Erik Armes Named CIF Track Athlete of the Year

On Saturday, at the San Diego Union Tribune and San Diego Hall of Champions Awards Gala, Erik Armes was named the boys 2015 Track Athlete of the Year. Not only did Erik win the San Diego Section 1600 meter championship, he went on to the state meet to finish in 5th with a time of 4:10.09…. the 11th fastest time in San Diego Section History. Erik holds all the Coronado High School records from 800 meters to 3200 meters and was the only Islander this year to be named as a CIF “Athlete of the Year” in any sport.

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Other awards were given to Jack Walsh as the boys Academic Team Captain for Water Polo,. Cassidy and Mackenzie Wiley as the co Academic Team Captains for girls Water Polo, and Matt Spear as the boys Academic Team Captain for Golf.

For more Islander Track and Cross Country news, pictures, and videos go to http://IslanderTrack.com

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