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CHS track prepares for stiff state competition, Volleyball says goodbye to big season

It has been unusually cool for May in Southern California, and Tuesday afternoon it was dark and looked like rain. “I love this weather,” said senior Annie Boos, as she finished a short training run. Boos has reason to be upbeat—she will be heading off to the CIF finals this week as one of the fastest competitors in the 1600- and 3200-meter races.

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Doubles team takes league, but Pack ousted in CIF play

Claremont High School boys tennis claimed the Palomares League doubles championship title on Thursday as Christian Settles and Jason Weisman defeated Glendora’s Tommy Folsom and Justin Lay (3-6, 6-1, 6-2) at the Claremont Club. The Pack claimed four of the eight draws for the final bracket, which certainly helped Claremont reach the finals in both doubles and singles.

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Pack claims league doubles title

Claremont doubles players Christian Settles and Jason Weisman celebrate after winning a particularly difficult game on Thursday during the Palomares League Championships at the Claremont Club. Settles and Weisman defeated Glendora’s Tommy Folsom and Justin Lay (3-6, 6-1, 6-2) to become the league doubles champions. More in our next edition. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Winning streak sends CHS straight to CIF playoffs

The Claremont High School boys volleyball team play a short game against each other on Tuesday during practice at CHS. The Pack had an amazing second half of league play with a five game winning streak that has elevated them to first place and a Hacienda League title. CIF begins next Tuesday but the schedule has not been finalized. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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