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Pack loses on missed opportunities

Claremont senior Ryan Betancourt slides under the tag of Glendora’s Caleb Watkins to steal second during the fifth inning of the Pack’s league match up with the Tartans on Wednesday at CHS. Claremont played a pretty good game but had trouble getting clutch hits and left many runners on base, which ultimately led to their 4-1 defeat. Be sure to check out our complete sports coverage inside. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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After recount, CHS boys and girls track win big

Last Thursday evening, many members of the Claremont High School girls varsity track team left campus thinking that even though they had strong individual performances, the team had lost the meet. Turns out, they were wrong. An error in the initial results tabulation had Glendora narrowly defeating Claremont, but in fact, the Pack edged out the Tartans 73-63.

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CHS track wins dual meet

In an apparent show of solidarity four girls varsity distance runners Jax Heckers, left, Janelle Baeskens, Tess Rounds, and Annie Boos cross the finish line to sweep the 1600-meter event on Thursday during a dual, boys and girls, track meet with visiting Glendora. In very close competition, Glendora was initially declared the winner but a calculation error reversed the result giving the victory to the Pack 73-63. The boys also won by 84-47. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Wolfpack softball edges Ayala for win

The Claremont High School varsity softball team won their Palomares League opening game over Ayala, 4-3, on Wednesday in Chino Hills. The Pack came out swinging, getting on the board first when freshman Lani Moreno hit a double, and then scored on a single by pitcher senior Roe Keirns. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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