Girls Golf moves on to team CIF

Claremont High School’s Maryn Santiago drives off the third tee on Wednesday during the Palomares League Finals at Western Hills Country Club in Chino Hills. None of the Pack’s six varsity players made the cut for the CIF individual match however Santiago and teammate Juliana Gomez were named to the second team all Palomares League.

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CHS water polo team muscles its way to victories

Claremont senior Bruno Snow looks to shoot over the outstretched arm of Bonita’s Ethan Johnson-May during the first half of the Pack’s Palomares League opening game on Tuesday in La Verne. The Wolfpack easily handled the Bearcats, 12-4, and will face Ayala on Thursday. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Ayala fights back but can’t overcome a Pack attack

The Claremont High School girls varsity volleyball team celebrates after winning a particularly tough point on Tuesday during the Pack’s 3-1 defeat of visiting Ayala High. Claremont was clearly the dominant team and easily won the first set, however they may have underestimated Ayala, and the Bulldogs came back to win the second set. After that Claremont showed their strength, winning the final two sets. With the victory Claremont remains undefeated in Palomares League play with a 3-0 record. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Hard work has CHS girls golf ahead of competition

Claremont High School senior Allison Gallegos hits off the fourth tee on Wednesday during the Pack’s Palomares League match against Glendora, in La Verne. Claremont narrowly lost to Glendora, 217-221, however they have won every other match so far this season and have a 6-1 record. Be sure to check out our complete sports coverage. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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