Claremont’s Bill Reeves named coach of the year

Bill Reeves named girls cross country coach of the year


The California Coaches’ Association has named Claremont’s Bill Reeves as the 2016 Southern Section Fall Coach of the Year for girls cross country.


The California Coaches’ Association is the original all-sports coaching association in the state of California, according to a news release from the organization. It continues to be the largest all-sports coaching association in the state and 2017 marks the 61st anniversary of the coaches of the year award.

Their selection of Coach Reeves was based on his 17 years of service to the CIF Southern Section.


“As a boys and girls head coach, he has coached 10 league championship teams, four Southern Section championship teams, one state runner up and two state championship teams.  This past season his girls teams won the CIF Southern Section and both his boys and girls teams won the California State Championships for Division II.”


All fall winners, including Coach Reeves, will be submitted to the state as finalists for the California Coaches’ Association State Coaches of the Year announced in June of 2017. 


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