Boys soccer ends league season as co-champs, on to CIF

The Claremont High School boys soccer team officially became the Palomares League champions Tuesday night as they soundly defeated South Hills, 9-2, on a warm winter evening in Claremont. However, they will have to share the honor, because the Diamond Bar Brahmas also won on Tuesday. The two teams have identical 9-1 records and are co-champions.

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Basketball sails over Diamond Bar

Claremont junior Davis Haley drives to the basket on Friday during the Pack’s home conference game against Diamond Bar. Haley had a tem high 15 points leading Claremont to a 77-39 victory. With the win the boys strengthen their third place spot in Palomares League which is good enough to qualify for the CIF tournament. COURIER photo/Steven felschundneff

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Girls, boys soccer win in dramatic fashion

About halfway through the girls varsity soccer game on Tuesday coach Tim Tracey was ready to call foul on the number of fouls coming from the referee. Coach Tracey even drew a yellow card himself as he complained a bit too vociferously about the officiating. In the end, it was a foul from Claremont’s rival Diamond Bar that set up a free kick and the game’s only goal, as the Pack defeated the visiting Brahmas 1-0 in Palomares League action. COURIER photo/Steven Fleschundneff

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CHS cruises to win in wake of big game against Diamond Bar

Claremont High School boys soccer would be having a record breaking year if not for Diamond Bar. The Pack’s one loss in the Palomares League was two weeks ago against the Brahmas, who have stubbornly refused to lose. But the Pack is still having a remarkable year as they added another game to the win list Tuesday in a 3-0 victory over Bonita at CHS.

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