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CHS Boys dominate over Alta Loma

Claremont High School senior Andrew Guerra gets tangled up with Alta Loma sophomore Dylan Moinian while chasing a rebound on Thursday in Claremont. The Pack never trailed in their 69-45 victory over the Braves but the visiting team did tie the game briefly in the third quarter. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Youth sports get early gift from Sunrise Rotarians

Early Christmas gifts made their way to a surprised group of coaches this week as Claremont’s Sunrise Rotarians bestowed $8000 to the city’s youth sports. Santa Claus and a parade of Sunrise Rotarians arrived at the Youth Sports Committee meeting last Tuesday, checks in hand. The unexpected interruption came without any complaint from committee members as members of the service club handed over their largest donation yet to Claremont’s budding athletes, thanks to the success of their fifth annual Turkey Trot charity run

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CHS sports stay competitive in tourney play

Claremont boys basketball showed composure and a fluid offensive unit at last weekend’s Sonora Tournament, finishing with 2 wins and a loss. First the Wolfpack beat Downey in double overtime 86-80, and then followed up by beating Diamond Bar 44-32. In the Pack’s final game against King, they could not recover from a rough 2nd quarter. Claremont lost 65-61 to close out the weekend. Top performances in the game were from Omar Mahmoud, who had 21 points and 4 assists, and Max Allen, who scored 14 points. The Wolfpack will travel to Ontario on Wednesday, December 19 at 6:30 p.m. More sports coverage inside.

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Webb sports discovers their winning ways; CHS has tough week

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