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Girls win Palomares League title

Claremont pole vaulter Lyling Irwin clears nine feet six inches to claim first place in the event on Tuesday during the Pack’s home Palomares League meet with Glendora. Lyling’s vault earned the girls a narrow 69-67 victory and an eighth straight league title. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS track continues to rack up wins

With dark clouds gathering over the San Gabriel Mountains and a cool, stiff, westerly wind, it certainly did not feel like April in Southern California as Claremont hosted Diamond Bar for a Palomares League track and field meet on Tuesday. Watching the girls’ 400-meter race, head coach Veronica Amarasekara said, “We have a prevailing wind,” and then, with a smile and a sweeping gesture toward the finish line, she added, “pushing them right down into CIF.” COURIER photo/Liam Brooks

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Claremont track runs over the Brahmas

Claremont senior Annie Boos leads three other Claremont runners, Jax Heckers, Sydney Hwang and Janelle Baeskens, as they take the top four places in the 800-meter race on Tuesday during the Pack’s home Palomares League track and field meet with Diamond Bar. Claremont easily defeated Diamond Bar and will face a very competitive Glendora for the league title next week. COURIER photo/Liam Brooks

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Wolfpack adds one to the win column

Claremont’s Jack Stark and Johnny Abrolat block a shot from Diamond Ranch during the Pack’s 3-1 victory over the Panthers on Tuesday in Claremont. After falling behind 1-0 in the Hacienda League matchup, Claremont rallied taking the next three sets and earning the win. The boys are now 2-2 in league which is good enough for third place and a shot at making the playoffs if they can hold on to that rank. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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