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Girls soccer winds up ?magical? season

All good things must come to an end. Such was the case on Tuesday as the CHS girls soccer team broke their winning streak with a tough 1-0 loss to Aliso Niguel High School in Orange County.

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Spring has sprung as Little League baseball revs up

The stands were full of people, with all the Claremont City Council Members in attendance Saturday to recognize the longest-running youth sports program in the city, Claremont Little League. Claremont's Little League was established in 1959, one year after the Dodgers moved to California from Brooklyn. Claremont Little League has played longer than the Dodgers at Chavez Ravine. This year, the league consists of 420 players from ages 5 to 15, on 36 different teams, from t-ball to juniors.

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CHS championship dreams a reality

Claremont High School girls soccer are the CIF Southern Section champions after beating Bishop Amat 2-0 Saturday at Mission Viejo High School. Claremont ends the season with a 27-1-4 overall record and has either defeated or tied all of its opponents this season. This was also the 7th shutout in a row for the tough CHS defense. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Native Claremonter dons the purple and gold

When former Claremonter Jacquelyn Umof was a little girl, she knew she wanted to be a businesswoman. She loved playing with her toy business kit, setting up shop in her room and dreaming up ways to sell her merchandise. With her childhood dream igniting the momentum, the 26-year-old Webb Schools alumna and University of Southern California merit scholar and graduate is indeed running her own business: RallyBabe, an online women’s casual-but-glitzy attire and sorority clothing store. However, what Ms. Umof probably didn’t know as a little girl was that her business aspirations would play second fiddle—for now—to her current status as a Laker Girl for the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team.

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