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Strong start fizzles for CHS

Three Burroughs High School players stretch to keep the ball alive after a shot was blocked by Claremont High School’s Donovan Robinson and Stephen Zetterberg on Tuesday during their conference match at CHS. Despite strong play, and winning the first game, the pack lost 3-1. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Healthy Living: Zumba! Principal has fun getting fit

In a workout room at the Claremont Club on Monday, 30 women gave their all, shimmying, samba-ing, salsa-ing and shuffling their way to fitness. Two brave men were also among their ranks, one of them Steven Boyd, principal of San Antonio High School. A 4-year member of the Claremont Club, he decided 2 years ago to enliven his fitness routine with the aerobic dance sensation Zumba and he’s never looked back. Like most people, time and a busy work schedule had crept up on Mr. Boyd over the years, adding a few pounds.

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Winning in championship style

Junior Sarah Bratman clears 7 feet while competing in the pole vault on Tuesday during Claremont High School’s track meet with visiting Ayala High School. Both the varsity and junior varsity girls defeated the Bulldogs and became Sierra League champions. Check out all our sports coverage inside. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Sports round-up: Boys tennis on a roll

The Wolfpack keep rolling in the Sierra League with another 2 victories. Claremont defeated Ayala last week 11-7, then beat South Hills 13-5. It is looking like first place is assured for the Pack, as they have 4 more league matches in the regular season. Claremont hosts Damien and then travels to Chino Hills this Friday, April 18 at 3:15 p.m. Next week, the Pack host Charter Oak on Tuesday, April 23 at 3:15 p.m. Check out our complete coverage.

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