Dressed in Halloween costumes members of the Claremont High School baseball team watch a ball go foul on Friday during a scrimmage at the school. The game was more of a chance to have some fun rather than true competition but there was some incentive to win. The coach designated three teams based on grade level and offered one day off practice for the winner. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The Claremont High School girls volleyball team had its senior day on Tuesday to recognize the final home game for six girls who will graduate in the spring. Seniors Natalie Barragan, Denise Brittan, Hailey Hargrave, Tyler Romero, Noelle Shoemake, and Courtney Weidner were lauded at a brief ceremony that included their families. Check out our complete sports coverage inside.
The hype and excitement was nearly palpable from the Claremont Crazies after Claremont High School’s win at the Homecoming game on Friday, October 17 against Diamond Bar.
In addition to the game, senior Michaela Christiansen was crowned as homecoming queen during the night’s festivities. With the 25-0 win, Claremont is 1-1 in Palomares League standings.
Claremont cross country continues to roll over the competition with impressive results on Saturday at the Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park in Fresno. Boys varsity came in third behind Great Oak and Canyon, missing second by only three points.
Jonah Ross was the Pack’s top finisher in 16th place with a time of 15:36, which was a personal record on that course. Just behind Ross were Mike Lowrie at 15:38 and Adam Johnson at 15:48, racking up two more personal records.
Claremont High School girls golf played their final Palomares League match last week against Ayala High at Marshall Canyon Golf Course. The top three Claremont players did very well out shooting Ayala, however the Bulldogs had more consistency and beat Claremont 253-285. Co-medalists were Claremont’s Allison Gallegos and Ayala’s Allie Montero at 47. Claremont’s Vanessa Lopez also had a good day shooting a 49. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
UPDATED: Claremont High School’s boys water polo really looks like the team to beat this year in the Palomares League. They added three games to their win column this weekend at the Villa Park Tournament defeating top 10 ranked teams in the process. Then the boys followed up on Tuesday in their league opener, easily handling Ayala, 15-6. Be sure to check out our complete sports roundup inside. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Girls tennis had a good day Tuesday winning their match against Glendora 10-8. Senior Megan Huang won all three of her singles games and twins Evelyn and Lelia Kennedy also won all three games in doubles play. Claremont led after the first round by 5-1, which was a great advantage, according to coach Clint Rees. The team is now 1-2 in league play. This is Mr. Rees’ first year coaching the girls team, but he has been the boys coach for three years. More coverage inside.
Although it’s still over two months until the start of basketball season, the Claremont Wolfpack varsity and junior varsity squads were in action Sunday at CHS against Song Sang High School from Taipei, Taiwan.
The varsity team won by a score of 57-41 and was led in scoring by sophomore Kyle Scalamini with 13 points and junior Harlan Maass with 10 points. The junior varsity team lost by a score of 69-63, but was led in scoring by Dante Dorton who had a game high of 19 points and Luke McCay with 15 points.
Claremont High School running back Duy Tran-Sampson breaks a tackle with the assistance of Caleb Taylor on Friday during the Pack’s romp of visiting Covina High School 52-19. CHS has been on a tear in early season winning their last three games for an over all record of 3-1. Check out our updated story written by CHS Wolfpacket staff writer Andrew Im. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Members of the Claremont High School cross country team workout in the heat of the day on Monday at Memorial Park in Claremont. The varsity boys team is ranked sixth in CIF Southern Section Division II, and varsity girls are ranked seventh making Claremont one of two programs to have both the boys and girls in the top ten. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The 24-year-old former Illinois All-American and top-seeded Nevolo picked up his first USTA Pro Circuit $10,000 Futures singles title by beating No. 4-sseded Salvatore Caruso of Italy on Sunday, 6-4, 6-2, at the Claremont Club Pro Classic.
“I think the way I played in the quarterfinals and the semis and then the final, yeah, you can say I just played some of the best tennis of my career,” said Nevolo, who takes home the $1,440 first-place prize check and 17 valuable ATP World Tour points. “It was probably the most aggressive tennis of my career.”
In just a little over one week, 18-year-old Deiton Baughman has played one of the best junior tennis players in the world, and also one of last year’s best in college tennis.
The Carson resident, who signed a pro contract with IMG back in April, on Wednesday beat NCAA runner-up Alex Sarkissian formerly of Pepperdine, 6-3, 6-3, in the first round of the 19th annual Claremont Club Pro Classic to advance to the second round.
Fresh off play at the recent US Open, a three-time NCAA team champion from USC and one currently listed in the top 15 ITA preseason singles rankings for UCLA got off to good starts at the 19th annual Claremont Club Pro Classic.
Raymond Sarmiento of nearby Rancho Cucamonga beat wild card Kelvin Kim, 6-2, 6-2, in the first round of singles on Tuesday.
Just last Thursday, Sarmiento was in New York competing in the first American Collegiate Invitational where he lost to rival and reigning NCAA singles champion Marcos Giron in straight sets.