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Wolfpack fails to make splash

Sophomore Katrina Strash is the fastest breaststroke swimmer on the Claremont team and she did not disappoint on Wednesday taking second in the 100-meter event. However the girls varsity team lost to Diamond Bar, 117-53, while the boys varsity team lost by 127-43. Be sure to check out our complete CHS sports coverage inside. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS boys get marathon win

After losing the first game on Tuesday, Claremont High School Varsity Volleyball Coach Bernie Wendling told his team to toughen up and start focusing on the game. It seemed to work, as the Wolfpack rallied to defeat visiting Glendale High 3-2 in an exciting Pacific League match. From the start, Glendale came out swinging and forced Claremont to play catch-up, with the Nitros doing a better job of putting plays together with superior communication. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS baseball strong hitting leads to late inning win

Claremont High senior Ryan Betancourt tags out Covina sophomore Austin Wolford after Wolford attempted to steal second base, ending the third inning on Tuesday at CHS. The pack had 13 hits to the Colts three but only won by a single run at 3-2. Be sure to see our complete story. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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San Antonio High basketball in new sports league

UPDATED: Sophomore Angel Rangel looks for an open teammate on Friday as the San Antonio High School Lions take on the Hillside High School Hawks in the first ever game in the newly formed Inland Valley League. The idea started last September when San Antonio Principal Sean Delgado proposed the idea to his colleague over at Hillside Principal Tamette Rappa. The league is open to continuation high schools in the area and will include soccer.

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