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Corona High is one of the oldest and tradition rich high schools in the Inland Empire.
Corona High School includes a little over 3000 students and competes in Division I for Track & Field. had a tough day and had to settle for 3rd place in the league.
We had put together a 48.94 two days earlier, so with more hand off work, we are definitely a team that can flirt with that 48.04 school record from two years ago.
In the 4x200 relay, Sutherland again brought us from behind to also earn a 3rd place medal in the Invitational portion.
We had doubted if we were going to compete in the 4x400 relay, but the decision paid huge dividends.
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Each block is embossed with letters and associated pictures to further connect written and sign language letters. Continue reading → To prepare professionals to provide unique communication, rehabilitation, and educational services to individuals with disabilities or special needs.The Division promotes respect and sensitivity for others in order to enhance the quality of life for all.Raul and Ashley both hold our school records for the 1600 meters! was up again and broke away from most of the pack with 70 meters to go. The girls were still upset with the 4x100 earlier and took 2nd place to a tough Roosevelt squad to work their way into CIF.But, as he closed in the leader, he had to settle for 2nd place in a new personal best of 21.80. We finally put our best group of boys out there for the 4x400 and despite going in ranked 5th, we brought home a surprising 2nd place finish. His 48 second split brought us from 4th to 2nd in the first 200 meters and he held onto that spot for the 7th fastest time in school history!Competing against some of the best California has to offer, our Girls Sprint Crew provided most of the highlights at the Mt. Coach Sonja Sutherland had to walk away proud as your girls earned medals in every event they competed in.With Our girls started off the day with an 'ok' 49.12 2nd place finish in the 4x100 relay.