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John Reyes has accepted the Calhoun varsity girls basketball coach position.
John Reyes has accepted the Calhoun varsity girls basketball coach position.
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Goliad girls basketball coach leaving for Class 5A job
by Coy Slavik, Advance-Guard Editor
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John Reyes has accepted the Calhoun varsity girls basketball coach position.
John Reyes has accepted the Calhoun varsity girls basketball coach position.
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GOLIAD – John Reyes, who coached the Goliad Tigerettes to a 98-43 record over the last four seasons, has accepted the girls varsity basketball coaching position at Calhoun. Reyes has a 290-160 overall record in 13 seasons as a head coach. See Wednesday's Advance-Guard for complete story.
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