CHS get early season win with timely hitting

UPDATED: The Claremont boy’s baseball team defeated Pasadena High, 6-3, Tuesday at Claremont High, starting their overall season strong with 11 hits and four runs by the sixth inning. Head coach Geoff Ranney said they did better when a few players stepped up, including senior Brent Hollinger who managed to get hits when the team needed it most. Since last season, the Wolfpack had trouble putting the ball in play, along with hitting with runners in scoring position. But after this game, it seems the team found a way to avoid old habits. “I have never seen a level of intensity that I have never seen before,” Ranney said. The next game is away at Alta Loma High Thursday. The time is still to be determined.

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Pack can’t hold on in CIF tournament

Claremont High School senior Omar Mahmoud and freshman Kyle Scalmanini gang up on Elsinore High School senior Tommy Wilson on Tuesday during CIF southern section playoff action at CHS. Though the Pack worked hard against the higher ranked Tigers they trailed most of the game and were eliminated from the tournament by a score of 68-66. Check out complete game story. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS Boys overpower visiting Ravens 3-1 in CIF action

Claremont High School forward Tomas Negritto, center, celebrates with teammate Mark Ramos on Thursday evening after Negritto scored the Wolfpack’s third and final goal during first round CIF playoff action at CHS. Claremont out shot the visiting Vista del Lago Ravens throughout the game winning 3-1 and advancing to the next round. Check out our game story.

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Boys soccer wins final home game

Claremont’s Javon Turner attempts to head the ball past Charter Oak goalkeeper Ernesto Flores on Thursday during Sierra League action at Claremont High School. The two teams were scoreless after regulation time but the Pack drove in a single goal in overtime to win 1-0. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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