Boys soccer readies for CIF play; sports roundup

In the low-scoring world of soccer, one might be tempted to think the Claremont and South Hills boys varsity teams were playing baseball last Friday. But they were, in fact, playing soccer, as the Wolfpack ran over the Huskies 7-1, clinching the Palomares League championship. It seemed like everyone on the field scored a goal, led by Justin Munevar who had two. Other players who contributed a goal were: Nick Kim, Jack Kolodge, Nick Loeffler, Steven Mancia and Tomas Negritto.

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Jose Jarin hired as new CHS football coach

Jose Jarin was named as varsity football coach at Claremont High School during the Thursday, February 6 Claremont Unified School District board meeting, according to CHS Principal Brett O’Connor.

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CHS soccer wins propel boys to national ranking

Boys soccer continues to be the bright star in winter sports for Claremont High School with two more wins this week, propelling the Pack to an impressive 17th California state rank and 54th national rank. Last Friday, the boys defeated Diamond Bar at home by a score of 2-0. The game’s top performance came from junior Jack Kolodge, with one goal and one assist. Senior Justin Munevar also scored, and senior Digby Strogen had an assist.

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Pack can't squeeze victory from South Hills

Claremont’s Anthony Dominguez, 138 pounds, appears to have Johnathon Godinez under control moments before he pinned his South Hills opponent Thursday at CHS. The Wolfpack, which has a very young team, did very well against the Huskies winning several key matches but losing the meet by 42-34. More in our next edition. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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