Members of the 4 x 100 freestyle relay are on the mark toward the end of Claremont’s dual swim meet on Wednesday at CHS. The Pack had a good day with both the boys and girls varsity teams winning. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Claremont runners Lauryn Noeth, leads her teammates Monica Fonseca and Grace Dorantes during the varsity 3200 meter race on Tuesday during a dual track meet with Glendora at CHS. Both the varsity boys, 81-55, and the varsity girls, 88-48, easily defeated the Tartans. COURIER photo Steven Felschundneff
Claremont had a pretty tough time putting Anaheim away Wednesday evening, even though they did it in straight sets, 25-21, 25-23, and 25-14.
In fact, the Colonists were ahead 13-9 in the first set, and seemed to have momentum before Claremont made a late run assisted by Caedin Miller’s five kills. Miller would stack on another seven kills over the course of the night for game high 12. “He is a good kid and hard worker,” Coach Bernie Wendling said of Miller’s performance.
Claremont’s two top golfers Connor Reis and Corbin Steinert watch Alta Loma’s Jake Emminger tee on the fourth hole on Tuesday at Marshall Canyon Golf Course. Coach Terrance Lynch says that the Pack should be very competitive this year
For the second year in a row Claremont-Mudd-Scripps squared off with the No. 2 team in the first round of the NCAA Division 3 Men’s Basketball Tournament only to face the No. 1 team in the second round.
In the first round last Friday in Walla Walla Washington, the Stags and Whitworth Pirates traded the lead 16 times in the contest with neither team holding more than a seven-point advantage. But when the dust settled after 40 minutes it was the Stags who earned the hard-fought 83-82 victory, according to a news release from CMS athletics.
With Claremont High School winter sports now in the rear view mirror, what is in store for the Wolfpack going into spring? Like most seasons, CHS will have strong, competitive teams, looking to see a lot of CIF playoff action. Here’s a brief overview of each team as the season gets going in full swing. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
It’s not over until it’s over—unfortunately, now it’s over. The Claremont girls basketball team’s unlikely and unprecedented run through the CIF Division 3 Southern Section Championship tournament ended Wednesday night with a disappointing 57-35 loss to Saugus at home.
But what a run it was, and in the process the Wolfpack left two highly-ranked teams wondering what happened.
Claremont High School girls soccer 2108 season came to an end Tuesday with a disappointing 3-1 loss to visiting Redondo Union High School. Claremont got on the board first with a goal from junior Sophie Jones, but it was all the Sea Hawks after that. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Claremont High School junior Nicholas Lentini fights with California High School senior Ulices Hernandez for control of the ball on Friday during the first round of the CIF Southern Section Championship Tournament in Claremont. The two teams were scoreless in the first half but California played very aggressively in the second scoring twice, ending Claremont’s season. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Claremont High School girls basketball has pulled off two big upsets to advance to the quarterfinal round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3 Championships. The Pack will now face Saugus on Wednesday at a yet to be determined location. Girls Water polo has won two games as well and now is in the semifinals against Wilson on Wednesday.
Call it an air of inevitability, or maybe just pure inertia, but Claremont High School boys basketball was not going to be denied a victory last Thursday when they hosted first-place Diamond Bar for the final game of the regular season.
Claremont never trailed on their way to a lopsided 78-60 victory in front of a jubilant hometown crowd.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s track and field team has been barred from competing in three meets after an alleged naked hazing incident two weeks ago.
In a release circulated on Monday, CMS Director of Athletics Terry Tumey also noted that some members of the women’s team would be barred from competing in one meet this year.
Mountain biking started about 40 years ago when a ragtag group in Marin County started bombing down Mount Tamalpais’ dirt roads on converted beach cruisers they called klunkers.
Since then it has become a multi-million-dollar sport with sophisticated full-suspension bicycles, an international race scene and, since 1996, been included in the summer Olympics.
As a result, it is little surprise that middle and high school athletes across Southern California wanted to get in on the action, forming a league that has grown to 64 teams and a five-race series. COURIER photo/Steven Felechundneff
Claremont guard Isaiah Love shoots for two during the Pack’s 78-60 victory over Diamond Bar on Thursday at CHS. With the victory Claremont’s Palomares League record advances to 7-3 and a three way tie for first place with the Brahmas and Bonita. As a result all three teams will be Palomares League champions. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff