Claremont high school sports roundup 10.24.12

Warehouse to pack sports fans into volleyball facility

Tenants of a Monte Vista packing warehouse are making space for Claremont’s newest sports facility. Planning commissioners Tuesday gave unanimous approval for a portion of the 3-acre north Claremont warehouse to be transformed into a privately operated club volleyball facility, used for both training and tournament purposes. Commissioners welcomed the dual opportunity to fill a city vacancy while encouraging visitors for volleyball practices and tournaments to take advantage of Claremont restaurants and shops.

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Error prone football adds up to sound defeat for Claremont High School

The Wolfpack lost Friday night’s homecoming game against a strong Chino Hills team 57-12. After last week’s excellent display and upset over Damien, Claremont was confident they could avoid mistakes and hold firm on the defensive side of the ball. But the Sierra League’s 2nd place Huskies put their foot on the gas early, and never looked back.

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CHS water polo wins; complete sports updates

The Claremont Wolfpack broke the game open during the 2nd quarter against the Charter Oak Chargers on Tuesday, cruising to a solid 25-13 win during a crucial road league match. Coach Kristin McKown tried to spread the offense out as much as possible in a pool that looked like it was designed for children. In the end, it was Claremont’s superior possession and tendency to break up the Chargers passing that gave them complete control in this contest.

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