CHS stumbles against stiff competition as season closes

It was another week of mixed results for Wolfpack sports against the Chino Hills Huskies. On Friday evening, boys and girls basketball were beaten, girls soccer drew and boys soccer produced a victory. Heading into the final week of regular season play, Claremont will determine their playoff seeds with matches against Charter Oak and Ayala.

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Win propels CHS boys soccer into first-place tie

The Wolfpack held off a strong surge from the Chino Hills Huskies, then put the game out of reach when Cameron Lorek sealed the game with a score of 3-1 on Friday. Claremont has now won 3 matches on the road and is tied for first place with rivals Damien with identical 6-2 league records. Coach Fred Bruce-Oliver sent his team out in a 4-3-3 formation, using his wingers to spread the Huskies’ back line thin. Kyle Del Campo took over in goal for the injured Nick Serabyn. Claremont’s back 4 defenders kept a high, flat line throughout the game to counter long balls over the top. “Whenever we perform well, we keep the lineup the same,” explained Coach Bruce-Oliver.

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Boys keep marching on

Claremont High School midfielder Ben Santia heads the ball on Friday during the Pack’s game against Chino Hills at CHS. Santia scored the first 2 of Claremont’s 3 goals giving the boys their third straight win. More in our next edition COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Fred Claire helped bring Dodger Blue to greatness

The overall message was that we should “view life through the front window and not the rearview” when Fred Claire spoke to a packed house at Claremont Place on Wednesday. Mr. Claire was the Dodger’s general manager from 1988 to 1998, and is the author of My 30 Years in Dodger Blue. Mr. Claire exemplifies the idea that people can always reinvent themselves. As audience members munched on mini hot dogs, popcorn and Cracker Jacks, Mr. Claire recounted his long career in the sports world.

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