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According to the media reports, more than 3,000 students and teachers at the San Clemente High School streamed out onto a sports field after the threat, reportedly from a soldier missing from the nearby Camp Pendleton base, south of Los Angeles.
He recalled that he ran his first marathon at age 14, but then gave it up as he matured, graduating from San Clemente High School and then majoring in food science technology at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
While sports advocates say more work is needed to equalize opportunities for women and girls, Enquist is pleased with how much has changed since she was that San Clemente High School junior who was allowed to join the boys baseball team.
Summit7 was founded by Evan Jacobsen, 15, a freshman at San Clemente High School in Orange County, Calif.
First: Marina High School Students: Mitch Harris, Evan Arnold Instructor: Mike Rittenhouse Second: Foothill High School Students: Matt Speer, Michael Betts Instructor: John Nolan Third: Mission Viejo High School Students: Ross Nelson, Gustavo Gullardo Instructor: Ken Welch Fourth (tie): Irvine High School Students: Josh Meyer, Patrick Thatcher Instructor: Bob Pestolesi Fourth (tie): San Clemente High School Students: Pepe de Armas, Devin Zwick Instructor: Bob McCarroll Fifth: Aliso Niguel High School Students: Jeremy Montierth, David Holder Instructor: Doug Mack
Molina is a Junior at San Clemente High School and through the school's Freshman Mentor Program, she works with newly arrived ninth graders to help make their transition from middle school to high school easier.