Kelso High School

Kelso High School is a public high school in Kelso, Washington.

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... first baseman for the Arizona Diamondbacks Howard Hobson - began his coaching career at Kelso High School Tommy Lloyd - Assistant men's basketball coach for Gonzaga University Trevor May - Pitcher for the Class ...

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