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NAME: Chloe Dearwester
SCHOOL: Harrison High School
SPORT(S): Wrestling
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Winning USA Wrestling Folkstyle National Championship in 2 different age groups on the same day
BIRTHDATE: 10/11/05
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5'2"-105 lbs.
PARENTS: Rob & Celia
FUTURE GOAL: Wrestle in college and place in national college tournament

Harrison senior Chloe Dearwester is an authentic record-setting, trailblazing athlete in women's sports, her particular sport being women's wrestling. She is the first girls' wrestling state champion in Greater Cincinnati history and has an incredible 133-1 career record. She will continue her wrestling collegiately at Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina. Earlier this season, Harrison was ranked as the number two girls' wrestling program in the nation in early-season ranking. This season, the Harrison girls' team has won the Olentangy Orange Citrus Duals as well as the Walsh's Women of Ironman tournament as Chloe won the 105-pound eight class and earned the tournament's Outstanding Wrestler Award after beating the nation's No. 2-ranked wrestler in the final. The Wildcats also won the Ohio state girls' team duals championship at Marysville High School.

Last season, as a junior, nationally-ranked Chloe went an undefeated 38-0 with 34 pins in the 105 lb. weight class, helping to lead Harrison to an Ohio state team championship. She won her third straight Ohio state championship, pinning every opponent in her bracket. In total, Chloe wrestled less than four minutes in the state tournament, pinning every opponent with no match lasting longer than 1:34 Among her many school records are career wins (110), single-season wins (38), career pins (93), single-season pins (34), career takedowns (228) and single season takedowns (128). She also has 20 pins vs. male wrestlers on the mat.

During the summer, Chloe placed third in her weight class at the USA Wrestling's National Championships in Fargo ND.

Her numerous awards include three times being named Cincinnati Female Wrestler of the Year and Harrison Girls' Wrestling MVP. She has also earned a Southwest Ohio Conference championship in the Boys' Division in the 2021-2022 school year and has been Ohio Girls' Wrestler of the Year. She is a three-time USA Wrestling All-American, taking after her father, Rob, who also was a wrestling All-American.

An academic high-honors student who has notched hundreds of community service hours, Chloe's favorite athlete is Dominque Parish, favorite entertainer and most-like-to-meet is Taylor Swift, favorite book is Where the Crawdads Sing and favorite movie is Holidate.

COACH'S QUOTE – “Chloe is everything that a coach wants in a transcending, iconic, influential student-leader-athlete. She is bold, courageous, and committed. Chloe has relentlessly pursued excellence inside the classroom and on the wrestling mat and there is nothing she wants to accomplish that is out of her reach.”
— Chris Baird, Varsity Wrestling Coach

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