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.