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CHS baseball edges Upland to enter CIF playoffs

Claremont High School senior Jeremy Giles celebrates as he crosses home after ripping a homerun over the centerfield fence in the 6th inning of the Pack’s wild card playoff game against the Upland High School Scots on Tuesday in Upland. Led by the pitching of sophomore Tyler Witt, the Wolfpack narrowly defeated the Scots, 5-4, and will advance to the regular CIF playoff bracket. See our complete story. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Not all CHS teams will move on to CIF play

SWIMMING AND DIVING Claremont swimmers finished 3rd in the Sierra League after a strong end-of-season surge. In all, 10 athletes will go to CIF. Those swimmers include the girls 200 medley relay team of Mary Hanna, Morgan Stockham, Samantha Duran, and Melissa Oei. For the boys, Jacob Altree, Jack Mammone, Ben Jardine, Luke Miller, Dylan Tarazona and Thomas Randles all qualified. Check out the other sports inside.

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CHS boys volleyball sail past Quartz Hill in CIF action

Claremont High School’s Eran Beechor makes a diving save with Jared Butz on Tuesday during the Pack’s first round CIF playoff game against Quartz Hill. The Wolfpack easily defeated the Rebels 3-0 to advance in the CIF tournament. Check out our complete coverage with slideshow. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Claremont high school sports roundup

BASEBALL The Wolfpack batted their way to a 10-1 shellacking of Charter Oak on Tuesday. Josh Chua and Nick Costello each had 3 RBI, while Tyler Witt threw a complete, 3-hit game. With 3 games to go in the regular season, Claremont needs to win out to retain the #2 spot in the Sierra League. More sports coverage inside.

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