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Klaire Ware ‘23 Recruiting Profile

  • Shamrock High School
  • Women's Track
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Klaire Ware's Women's Track Recruiting Profile
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  • 2022 Highlights

Personal Statement

     My passion for running began in 7th grade when I decided to do cross country and long distance track. I am now I’m a junior in high school and looking to accomplish more. Every year I grow closer to the sports and learn more about them. Running pushes me to do better and finish through, and not give up.  

     I hope to preform better the next two years in high school sports wise, and academically.  

     Running makes me who I am. No one in my family ran/runs cross country, so to be the first and only one, I get a lot of attention and support from it which helps motivate me to do better. 

     This year has been very challenging for me physically and mentally. I hurt my back terribly this summer and had to take it down a notch. As soon as I got into the swing of things, I got a concussion the first week of school and had to sit out a week. Not even five days after that I got covid and missed two weeks. I was devastated and scared. I hated sitting out in cross country and how out of shape I was after sitting out almost a month. 

     I started off running my first cross country meet of the season with a time of 15:54. I was very proud of myself because I had been through so much. I was so eager and determined to get back into it, no matter how how out of shape I was. No matter how hard it gets, I don’t let anything stand in my way. 

Another sport that I have a burning passion for is track. Last year as a Sophomore, I ran the 800 and the 4x4. I had never ran in a relay before nor ran the 400, but I ended up with the fastest leg on my team and we  qualified for area in the 4x4.  This year as a junior, I qualified for area in the 400m dash. At shamrock, we did not have a track all this season so we really went into every meet just hoping for the best and seeing how much we wanted it . This was my first year running the 400m dash, 200m dash, 100m dash, and sprint relay. I only got to do two track meets before district because I was going to State in powerlifting, but I did what I could to get back and ready for track. 

This year, power lifting got introduced to Shamrock High School, so I decided to give it a try. I am in the 97.5lb weight class and qualified for State lifting over 590lbs combing all my lifts: squat, bench press, and deadlift. The State meet was held in Corpus Christi. Although I bombed out at State in squat and could not move on, I am still very proud of myself for taking on a new sport that just got added to our school and already going to State in the first year of doing a new sport. It is also a huge thing to weigh 97lbs and lift 2-3x as much as I weigh. Powerlifting has changed me completely and opened my eyes on a lot of things. I am so excited for next year, I love this sport with everything in me. 


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 2 years
  • 2022 Varsity Team
  • Cross CountryVenue:
  • 2021 Varsity Team
  • OutdoorVenue:
  • Team Awards:
    Sectional 2nd Place

Coach References

  • High School Assistant Coach
  • Thomas Hays
  • Athletic Director
  • Jeff Caffey

Additional Sports

  • Track
  • F
  • 2 Years
  • Varsity Team
  • Qualified for area in the 4x4
  • Other
  • F
  • 1 Year
  • Varsity Team
  • I started doing power lifting this year as a Junior, being the first year our school has had this sport. I am in the 97.5lb weight class and am qualified for regionals, which will take place 3/3/22. As of right now, I am 4th in the region and 8th in the



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High School Information

High School:
Shamrock High School
(806) 256-2241

Academic Accomplishments

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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • Last year as a junior
  • Award
    • I got selected to be in Nation Honor Society and I received the A-B Honor Roll award.

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