An abundance of hitting and serving errors by
Glendora made the Claremont High School
varsity girls volleyball’s journey to victory
much easier on Tuesday night.
The Wolfpack started fast and successfully held off every comeback
attempt by the Tartans en route to an impressive road sweep by
scores of 25-12, 25-19, 25-15.
“We have a main goal but we’re making sure we’re taking care of
the individual goals as well,” said CHS coach Chris Duarte-McDermott.
Thanks to Pomona-
Pitzer, the University
of Redlands women’s
soccer team’s No. 18 rating on
D3Soccer.com will be shortlived.
On the same day as the release of the
Division III rankings, the Sagehens successfully
opened up Southern California
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
(SCIAC) play by taking the bite out of
the Bulldogs in a 2-0 shutout Wednesday
The Claremont High School football kicked off their season in proper fashion with a 24-20 win. CHS cheerleaders line the field to rally the crowd as the football team enters the field before the Wolfpack's game against The
Kennedy Fighting Irish in Claremont. COURIER photo/Jonathan Gibby
The Claremont High School
varsity girls tennis team
will have to wait until the
end of September to begin the
2011 season. But the group can
barely conceal its excitement about
a possible CIF run.
Coach Tom Spinosa believes this year’s
squad not only can win the Sierra League
but also go deep into the CIF Southern Section
playoffs. Most of the players on this
year’s roster are returning players from last
This may be recreation softball, but don't tell the players that. The game can be serious business. PNS Flyers Eddie Thia tries to avoid getting tagged out
by CGU Flames Danielle Batol during a Claremont Adult
Co-ed Softball game in Claremont. Mr. Thia was called
out on the play. More in Sporting Life. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Emma Rankin, 20, of Bradford, England calls
out the next team to play during a "World Cup"
competition among the 7- to 10-year-olds at
Padua Park. Ms. Rankin came to Claremont with members of UK International Soccer
Camps to coach soccer to local youth. COURIER photo/Lucio Villa
The Claremont Fastpitch 14-and-Under all-stars were not able to build on last year’s 4th place finish in last week’s Western Nationals in Spokane, Washington. Claremont won once out of 4 games in the double elimination tournament, bringing an end to the most successful season for Claremont Fastpitch in 2011.
Pilgrim Place residents
Bill and Grace Moreman
have found race
walking to be a fountain of
youth in their twilight years.
The local couple competed in race
walking events at the 2011 World Masters
Athletics Championships in Sacramento
from July 6th through 17th and
won a combined total of 7 medals. Mr.
Moreman, 83, won a gold medal as part
of Team USA in the 10K event and
won individual silver medals in the 5K,
10K and 20K categories.
The Claremont Fastpitch 14-and-Under All-Star team
completed the first step in qualifying for the Amateur Softball
Association’s (ASA) Western Nationals in Spokane,
Washington during the first week in August. The next challenge
is getting there.
Though Etiwanda won the 17th Annual Claremont
Varsity Passing Tournament last week, Claremont still
managed to take home another prize.
Held last Friday and Saturday, the Wolfpack went 7-1
in the 7-on-7 tournament, defeating Summit High School
(Fontana) in the consolation final. The Eagles defeated
Villa Park in the tournament championship game.