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Teen judo champ tightens belt

From HEALTHY LIVING: On March 19, Claremont High School senior Spencer LaMott was promoted to first-degree black belt by his senseis at Goltz Judo. He has nine more black belts to go, but the teen is well on his way to becoming a judo master. The belt switch-up, from brown to black, is just one of many achievements Spencer, 18, has garnered in his sport of choice. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS track gets fast start with blistering times

The Claremont High School Wolfpack track and field team is off to a strong start, highlighted by a double victory over Ayala Tuesday, including a good showing at California Relays over the weekend. At the California Relays, held at Cerritos College, the team set blistering fast times. The girls and boys almost swept all distance relays—girls and boys both won the 4 x 1600 and the 4 x 800 relays, and the girls won the distance medley relay, while the boys came second in that event.

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CHS girls softball handily beats Covina

Claremont Junior Savannah Hentz slides into third base for a triple on Wednesday during the Pack’s non-conference game against Covina in Claremont. Hentz scored on a sacrifice ground ball on the next play helping to set up Claremont’s 8-2 victory over the Colts. COURIER photo/Steven felschundneff

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Pitching, hitting give Pack a win over Miller

Good pitching from sophomore Jack Noble combined with 11 hits gave Claremont a solid 5-2 win over A B Miller Tuesday in Claremont. The team put in a much more focused effort including some very good fielding which made the difference in the final score. Junior Matt Hohn had two singles for three at bats and came up with some key defensive plays at third base. The Pack is now 2-3 in early season play. More details in our next edition.

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