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CHS boys squeak by for 10-9 win

It’s not 2015 anymore, when Claremont boys water polo seemed to win every game effortlessly. Now the Pack has to work a little harder, which may be a good development. It certainly seemed so on Tuesday when Claremont narrowly defeated Glendora, 10-9, in Palomares League action at CHS. The boys came out strong and built a sizeable lead, outscoring the Tartans, 4-1, with goals from Ryan Scott, Alex Stockwell, Ian Waasdorp and Mason Stark. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Girls cross country places second at Clovis

Claremont High School’s girls’ varsity cross country team finished in second place in the prestigious Clovis Invitational Girls championship race on Saturday in Fresno. Claremont scored 132 finishing behind Great Oak at 102 points but ahead of 23 other scoring teams, including top nationally-ranked Buchanan High School, which took third with 142 points.

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Wolfpack bucks the Bulldogs: see updated story

Claremont High School girls varsity golfers Jett Legacion and Amanda Gale have some company in the form of a mule deer, as the Pack takes on visiting Ayala on Tuesday at Marshall Canyon Golf Course. Claremont girls earned their fifth straight win, defeating the Bulldogs 234-257. More in our next edition. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Girls tennis captures top rank after defeating Ayala

Claremont High School’s girls varsity tennis stunned three-time Palomares League defending champions, Ayala High School 11-7 on Thursday in Chino Hills. The Pack’s doubles teams led the way winning 6 of 9 sets.

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