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After tough fight Pack shares league title

A heartbreak moment for the Pack came late in the first half of Wednesday’s match when Lexi Deahl beat Glendora keeper Sarah Reyes but then saw her shot sail over the net. The two teams battled it out for 100 minutes but neither was able to score and so both were named co-champions of the Palomares League.

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CHS boys basketball strings together wins for strong finish

Claremont High School boys basketball is having one of their best seasons in recent memory. As the regular season winds down, the Wolfpack, 7-2 in league and 19-8 overall, is solidly in second place behind Palomares League leader Bonita. There is even a slight chance Bonita could falter in their final game Thursday and be joined by Claremont as a co-champion.

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Girls water polo grabs tough win over Ayala

Claremont’s Helena Sandhagen chases a loose ball on Tuesday during the Pack’s 14-12 victory over the Ayala Bulldogs in Chino Hills. Sandhagen had two goals during the game including one that was initially blocked but drifted in on the current. Despite a shaky start the Claremont girls eventual found their form defeating Ayala 14-12. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Winning records highlight CHS' strong play in sports

The CHS boys soccer team defeated visiting South Hills 1-0 in Palomares League action at CHS. With the win the boys stay undefeated in league with a 5-0 record and are in first place. On Friday they travel to La Verne to play the Bonita Bearcats. Girls soccer lost an away Palomares League game to South Hills 1-0 on Wednesday in Covina. The loss brings the Pack’s record to a strong 15-2-1, 4-1 in league, but moves the girls down a notch to second place in league standings. On Friday they face Bonita at CHS.

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