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CHS girls tennis marches forward to tougher foes

Claremont handled Beverly Hills on Friday 14-4, and faces Troy this week in the CIF-SS Division II Quarterfinals. The winner will march on to play the victor between highest-seeded San Marino and El Dorado high schools on Thursday, November 8. The score from the Wolfpack’s match against Troy will be in our next edition and posted online.

 

BOYS WATER POLO

Claremont beat Ayala and Charter Oak last week to close out the regular season in 2nd place in the Sierra League, and is gearing up for the CIF playoffs. The score from the Wolfpack’s wildcard game against Thousand Oaks will be in our next edition. If they win, CHS moves on to face Orange Coast League-winner Laguna Beach away on Thursday, October 8.

 

FOOTBALL

Claremont lost this season’s final game 58-22 to Ayala. The Wolfpack finish with a 3-7 overall mark in this rebuilding year, and return a number of key players to next year’s team.

Webb lost to Chadwick 52-0 to wrap the season on a low note. The Gauls end with a season record of 1-9, and will look to returning players to improve on their mark for next season.

 

College scoreboard

MENS SOCCER

Citrus 0, Allan Hancock 0

SCIAC Final

C-M-S 2, Whittier 0

C-M-S earns automatic bid to NCAA Championships

WOMENS SOCCER

Citrus 0, LA Pierce 0

SCIAC Final

Chapman 4, P-P 1

 WOMENS WATER POLO

Citrus 15, Cuesta 13

LA Pierce 16, Citrus 8

LA Valley 15, Citrus 8

MENS WATER POLO

P-P 12, C-M-S 9

Santa Monica 15, Citrus 11

FOOTBALL

Citrus 43, Long Beach 24

Chapman 34, C-M-S 14

Redlands 70, P-P 0

SWIMMING

P-P Fall Relay Meet

WOMEN: P-P finished 1st out of 3.

MEN: P-P finished 1st out of 3.

—Chris Oakley

sports@claremont-courier.com

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