CHS varsity baseball ends CIF bid, looks to next season

The Claremont High School boys varsity baseball team season ended after the Wolfpack lost the first round of CIF to Cypress High School on Thursday, May 18 by a score of 2-0. It was a tight game, with no scoring until the 5th inning. The fact that Claremont was able to keep up the pace for most of the competition against the Centurians, who were ranked 4th seed coming into CIFâ??says a lot for the team, said head boys varsity baseball Coach Geoff Ranney.

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Boys volleyball gets co-championship, ends playoff bid

The Claremont High School boys varsity volleyball team ended their brief CIF playoff run when they were clawed by the South Pasadena Tigers on Thursday, May 10. The final score for the second-round playoff match, was 3-1. After the Wolfpack won the first game 19-25, the Tigers “came out with a lot of momentum” in round 2, and kept it going for the rest of the competition, according to CHS head volleyball coach Bernie Wendling. CHS played well, coach Wendling said. South Pasadena played better. “They told us, ‘That’s the best game we played all year,’” he said.

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CHS softball seniors head for college ball clubs

With no wins, the Claremont High School girls varsity softball team has weathered a tough season. When it comes to matriculation, however, the Wolfpack is 2-0. There were only 2 seniors on the team and both are moving on to play softball at the college level. Nina Gurgian (3rd and 1st bases) will be playing with the Comets at Mayville State University in North Dakota, while Emily Viggers (1st base) will play ball for the Princeton Tigers.

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After tough loss, CHS tennis eyes CIF

It was heartbreak time for 3 members of the Claremont High School varsity tennis team, who fell to Ayala after advancing to the finals in Sierra League competition on Wednesday, May 2 at The Claremont Club. The Wolfpack's loss in singles competition came after a nearly 3-hour grudge match between CHS junior Alan Leahy and Ayala's Tomas Aranguiz. Tomas also knocked out CHS sophomore Brandon Yeoh during semi-finals earlier in the day. More sports in our Saturday edition.

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