The Wolfpack lost Friday night’s homecoming game against a strong Chino Hills team 57-12. After last week’s excellent display and upset over Damien, Claremont was confident they could avoid mistakes and hold firm on the defensive side of the ball. But the Sierra League’s 2nd place Huskies put their foot on the gas early, and never looked back.
The Claremont Wolfpack broke the game open during the 2nd quarter against the Charter Oak Chargers on Tuesday, cruising to a solid 25-13 win during a crucial road league match. Coach Kristin McKown tried to spread the offense out as much as possible in a pool that looked like it was designed for children. In the end, it was Claremont’s superior possession and tendency to break up the Chargers passing that gave them complete control in this contest.
Claremont scored 21 points in the 4th quarter to beat Damien 34-14 Friday night. Fueled by interceptions from 5 different players to add to 4 sacks on the night, the Wolfpack defense bent but did not break against the Spartans. Cecil Fleming and Lane Giammalva had strong offensive performances, combining for 3 touchdowns. Craig Myers efficiently completed 13 of 16 passes for 182 yards and a score. Claremont (3-4) has its homecoming game this Friday, October 19 at 7 p.m. The Chino Hills (4-2) Huskies will be Claremont’s opponent.
The professional soccer team Los Angeles Galaxy hosted a Claremont clinic on Wednesday, with more than 200 youth players between ages 5 and 14 turning up to receive world class coaching. The event signified the continuing efforts of the Claremont American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) and the LA Galaxy to develop talent and promote health in children of all ages. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
South Hills High School senior Aaron Parham makes a leaping catch over the reach of Claremont High School senior Christian Bagnerise on Friday during their Sierra League conference game in Covina. After catching the ball, Parham turned and lunged into the end zone for South Hills' first touchdown of the game. The Huskies defeated the Pack 42-27 making CHS’ record 2-4-0 for the season. More in Wednesday’s edition. COURIER Photo Steven Felschundneff
VIVIAN?WEBB: The Vivian Webb girls volleyball team continued their excellent season with a straight sets win over Flintridge, although they fell to Mayfield the following match. VWS coach Jack Coberly, in his fifth year, and adopted a youth focus, bringing a number of freshmen and sophomores into the varsity fold.
CHS: The Wolfpack enjoyed 2 victories last week against Bonita and South Hills. Both matches were won in straight sets, and Claremont has rocketed up the Sierra League standings.
This fall season, the Claremont Sunrise Rotary made a donation to the 2012 Claremont High School football team. The money went toward purchasing new helmets for the players. In the wake of so many high profile head injuries involving football players in professional and youth leagues, CHS decided the safety of its young men was paramount and fitted each player with the new Riddell Revolution Speed helmets.
The Wolfpack returned to winning ways this week, beating Northwood High 31-14 Friday night. Quarterback Craig Myers threw for 327 yards and 2 scores and also rushed for 2 touchdowns. Running back Cecil Fleming rushed for 145 yards and Lane Giammalva added 112 yards receiving and a score, as Claremont pulled away from the Timberwolves after the first quarter. This is a bye week, so Claremont’s next game is October 5 at 7 p.m. at South Hills High in West Covina. Check out our news briefs from all CHS sporting events.
The Claremont High School girls volleyball team is returning from a strong showing in the 2011 season. The Wolfpack ended the season winning 70 percent of their matches, finishing with a 7-3 League record and tying for 2nd place in the Sierra League.
This season, Erika Williams stepped into the fold to help Claremont reach its lofty goal of winning league and advancing far into the CIF southern section playoffs.
The Summer Olympics may have ended in August, but for students at El Roble Intermediate School the competition has just begun.
Last week, the physical education department kicked off its popular Olympics Unit, a school tradition since the early ‘90s, with a procession of students representing 16 countries, set to the Olympics theme. Delegates from each group waved flags representing nations like the US, Russia, China, Mexico and France, bringing an international atmosphere to the opening ceremony. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Claremont’s varsity football team put in a lackluster performance against the visiting Bonita Bearcats, dropping its 4th game of the season 61-20. The Wolfpack team was confident following last week’s emphatic victory against Walnut, but let it all unravel late in the first quarter.
Penalties, crucial errors, and miscommunication were the order of the day for Claremont, who suffered a humbling loss to a better-prepared team on their home turf.
It became apparent the Bearcats’ physical style of play would win out in individual battles on the field.
Claremont High School sports teams have returned to league play, with athletes preparing for several match ups next week. As part of our expanded sports coverage, here's a rundown on how the Wolkpack is doing. Number-one singles
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Junior quarterback Paul Manus struggles into the end zone with 2 Great Oak defenders in tow on Friday during the Pack’s season opener at CHS. The Claremont football team lost Friday's home, non-conference game against Great Oak by a score of 38-14, however, they showed some definite drive in the process. After being completely outplayed during most of the first half, and trailing Great Oak 31-0, Claremont put together a strong set of offensive plays culminating with junior Cecil Fleming’s dash into the end zone with just 15 seconds to spare. After the half the Pack came out fired up and scored again when quarterback Manus ran the ball in bringing the score to 31-14. Unfortunately for Claremont, Great Oak quickly scored again ending any hope that the Pack would come out ahead. CHS’ next game will be August 31 against Glendora High School at Citrus College. More in Wednesday's edition. COURIER Photo / Steven Felschundneff
The Claremont High School varsity football team is starting competition earlier than usual this year, as the Sierra League season has been moved up to better accommodate playoff games.
On Friday, August 24, the Wolfpack faces off against Great Oak High School at a home game beginning at 7 p.m. The week after that, on Friday, August 31, CHS players will travel to Citrus College to vie against Glendora High School.