CHS tennis program sets sights high with new coach

The Claremont High School girls tennis program has survived several head coaches over the past few years, which undoubtedly contributed to recent lackluster performances like ending the 2014 season tied for last place. The team could use a little stability, and may have found just that in their new coach Kathy Settles. Check out our complete sports coverage inside.

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CHS water polo team ready to repeat

Claremont High School boys water polo started practicing this week for the upcoming season which begins next month. The Pack will have a lot to prove as the defending champion but without key players like Steven Cagle, who graduated last year. Claremont does have a tough squad however with Bruno Snow, Johnathon Wong and Ian Waasdorp returning. More in our next edition. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Coach wears many hats for CHS

Claremont High School head football coach Coco Jarin speaks with his team following practice on Monday in Claremont. Coach Jarin instructed his team to strive everyday to be better and set high personal goals. He is confident about his team’s chances for the upcoming season with a couple of key players returning to the roster and a new quarterback. The Pack has a scrimmage against Don Lugo on August 21. Be sure to see our latest sports gallery! COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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NASCAR driver has talent to compete

Ricky Schlick has been on a tear since he first appeared in the COURIER six years ago. Back then he was in elementary school and racing miniature bandolero cars. Now the 18-year-old Claremont resident is a rising star on the local NASCAR circuit, which is equivalent to Double-A, two steps from the majors, in baseball terms.

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