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The Wolfpack girls basketball team lost the 2013 opener last week to South Hills 46-22, but rebounded with a huge win against conference rivals St. Lucy’s. Kegee Limbe, Melissa Oei, and Danna Robles all finished in double figures for the Pack, who finished the game with 17 steals as a team. Claremont’s strong 4th quarter propelled the team to a 47-39 victory. Claremont travels to Chino Hills on Wednesday, January 16 at 4:45 pm, and then hosts Charter Oak on Friday, January 18 at 4:45 pm.

Claremont boys basketball hung tough with Damien for 3 quarters, but ran out of steam in the 4th, losing 63-55. Chris Edward’s 20 points on 64% shooting, and Korey Hackett’s 13 points were not enough for the Wolfpack, who are now 1-1 in Sierra League play. The Wolfpack play their game at Chino Hills and host Charter Oak directly following the Lady Pack’s games.

Claremont girls soccer notched their 2nd league win with a 2-0 victory over St. Lucy’s on Friday. Goals from Merin Arft and Megan Renken either side of halftime made it a comfortable win for Claremont. The Wolfpack host Chino Hills this Wednesday, January 16 at 5:30 pm, and travel to Charter Oak this Friday, January 18 at 5:30 pm.

The Wolfpack boys soccer team lost another nailbiter to Damien, falling 2-1. Claremont went into the half tied 1-1 with the Spartans, but gave up a late goal for their first loss since December 6. Claremont travels to Chino Hills this Wednesday, January 16 at 5:30 pm, and then plays Charter Oak at home on Friday, January 18 at 5:30 pm.

Webb boys basketball has endured a rough start to 2013 after finishing 2012 with 3 wins in a row. The Gauls lost to Pasadena Poly 49-41, then were downed 69-50 by Flintridge Prep. Webb’s next league game is away at Rio Hondo this Friday, January 18 at 7:30 pm.

Vivian Webb soccer has also had a rough 2013. After a close 1-0 defeat at Mayfield, the Gauls lost 4-0 to Pasadena Poly. Must-win league matches against Chadwick and Westridge are forthcoming.

Webb boys soccer team bounced back from its only loss of the season last week to beat a tough Pasadena Poly squad 4-2. Webb’s record improves to an impressive 8-1.

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