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Little League All Stars runner up in state tournament

It started in June as a tournament of 400 teams, but as of this week that had been whittled down to just two. The Claremont Little League 10-year-old All Stars took on Thousand Oaks in the Southern California State Championship final on Tuesday at Stearns Champions Park in Long Beach. Unfortunately, the boys will have to settle for runner-up status after falling to Thousand Oaks 10-6.

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Little league 10-year-old all-stars last local team

The Claremont Little League 10-year-old All Stars are the last local team still alive in Southern California State Championship Tournament in Long Beach after both the 14- and 12-year-old teams lost in recent weeks. The boys started the tournament on Saturday with a 14-7 win over Chula Vista, thanks to some amazing pitching and a home run by Lucas Rhoa.

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Claremont All Stars battle it out with La Verne

Claremont All Stars battle it out with La Verne

The 12-year-old Claremont All Stars Little League team played against the La Verne All Stars Tuesday at College Park. La Verne got some great pitching from Cody White, who threw a no hitter for three innings leading his team to a 6-1 victory over Claremont. It is a double elimination tournament, so Claremont had one more chance to advance in a rematch with La Verne after press time on Wednesday.

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Claremont women build friendships on and off the field

Claremont women build friendships on and off the field

As the story goes, it all started at a faculty party in the late 1970s when Pitzer professors Ann Stromberg and Steve Glass, along with Claremont City Attorney Wynne Furth, got to talking about soccer. Ms. Stromberg and Ms. Furth were inspired by watching their children compete in games sponsored by the American Youth Soccer Organization, and wondered why there wasn’t a league for adult women.

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