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GregCoplen2

Klein Forest High School, TX

When Remon Smith took over the Klein Forest men's track program three years ago, he told the then-freshman that if they stuck with him they would be state champions.

Last May, with a national eye on the Texas State Meet, Smith lived up to that promise.

With National exposure focusing on the exploits of Strake Jesuit's Matthew Boling, a fifth-place finish in the final event, the 1,600 relay, netted four points that proved huge for Remon Smith's Golden Eagles.
 
Strake Jesuit's victory in the race closed the Crusaders to within two points, but not enough to overcome Klein Forest's winning total of 42.
 
The silver place in the 4x100 and 4x200-meter relays, along with Maurice Westmorland placing fourth and fifth in the discus and shot put, were enough for the program's first-ever Class 6A Men's Track & Field Team State Championship.

 

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We are the NMTCCCA !!!

Begun in 1987 by a small group of visionaries with the goal of a NM Meet of Champions, as well as developing better communication and unification between all track and cross country coaches, the New Mexico Track and Cross Country Coaches Association was born and has grown to what you see today. Our association has and must continue to be the guiding force for positive change and the protection of all aspects of New Mexico Track and Cross Country that we believe important to our athletes and our coaches. Changes are a part of life. We are our best "Advocates" for helping to direct that change in a positive and constructive way. We must continue to "Educate" our membership and give them the best tools for success. And, as a professional organization, we must "Celebrate" those successes, those stories, those special moments and actions that make our sports such wonderful tools in helping to mold the youth of New Mexico. We ARE the NMTCCCA !!!

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