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CHS coaches offer three skills camps for girls

CHS coaches offer three skills camps for girls

Claremont High School coaches will offer sports camps for athletes who are interested in joining girls sports teams next year. Camps will be offered in tennis, water polo and basketball.

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Noah Song gets drafted by Red Sox; track, rowing, Webb highlights

Noah Song gets drafted by Red Sox; track, rowing, Webb highlights

Navy pitcher and Claremont High School graduate Noah Song was drafted on Tuesday by the Boston Red Sox during the MLB draft. “I am super excited about being drafted and my head is still whirling,” Song said in an interview with the Navy Sports Information Office. “I really like the organization and the Red Sox area scout has been great throughout the process. Boston is a place that is steeped in the tradition of winning and I am really excited to have been selected by the Red Sox.”

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Former CHS baseball player has huge career at Navy

Former CHS baseball player has huge career at Navy

Navy pitcher and Claremont High School graduate Noah Song has been selected as a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy—awarded each year to the top college baseball player—by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, according to a news release from Navy baseball. Earlier this month Song was also selected as a semifinalist for USA Baseball’s Golden Spikes Award.

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Stapp and Weisman advance in CIF tennis, complete roundup

After a big day of very competitive tennis, Claremont High School’s number-one seed doubles team of Ben Stapp and Jason Weisman won all three rounds during opening day of the CIF individual championships Wednesday at University of Redlands. All five CHS boys tennis players won first-round matches during the tournament, with Weisman and Stapp getting a 6-0, 6-3 victory, and number-two Joey Anagnos and Lucas Rival winning 6-1, 6-1.

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