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CHS football banquet stirs memories, honors past players

For former CHS football players who have gone onto busy careers and lives, their high school glory days have likely receded into a dim memory. On Friday, March 30, the past came alive as 5 former Claremont High School footballers were honored at the 21st annual Claremont Wolfpack Football Hall of Fame Banquet. This year’s inductees played for CHS in eras ranging from the ‘50s to more recent decades. While he never tossed the pigskin for the Pack, team physician Dr. Duane Styles also received a special recognition award.

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Mother nature ends CHS marathon

The Claremont High School boys varsity baseball team participated in a marathon this Thursday, April 4. This was no fundraising run-walk but a neck-and-neck battle with Damien that saw the teams tied, 3-3, at the bottom of the 13th inning when the game was called due to darkness. The score was a disappointment, considering CHS had a 3-1 lead until the fifth inning. The Pack came out swinging, picking up 3 runs in the bottom of the first inning. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS teams fall to Damien but show strengths

Damien High School always provides stiff competition for CHS sports teams, and this past week was no exception. The Spartans managed to beat the Wolfpack boys varsity swim, track and golf teams, all in a 2-day period. It was a different week, but the same problem when boys varsity baseball—who lost to Damien 4-2 on March 16—faced the Chino Hills Huskies on Wednesday, March 21. Despite strong pitching, the team lost by a score of 3-1. See our complete sports round-up.

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Spring sports spectacular in session at CHS

Claremont High School is kicking off its spring sports season with enthusiasm and high hopes. There’s new blood at CHS in the form of head coaches Louise Miclat and Geoff Ranney, both CHS graduates, who newly helm the Wolfpack varsity boys tennis and varsity baseball teams, respectively. Athletic Director Rick Dutton is pleased with their efforts so far.

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