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Update: CHS softball and sports round-up

Brittany Attaway, Nadine Valdez, Roe Keirns and Chloe Amarilla all had their final home game on Tuesday as the Pack took on visiting South Hills. Overheard from the South Hills dugout at the top of the sixth inning on Thursday: “This is going to be a big inning. I can just feel it.” Boy,was that an understatement. South Hills defeated Claremont High School 7-0 on Thursday in Claremont, anchored by an explosive sixth inning during which the Huskies could do nothing wrong, putting six runs on the board. Photo by Brett O’Connor

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Latest news this week from CHS sports competition

Claremont High School boys tennis capped off a winning season by defeating the visiting Bonita Bearcats, 12-6, in the final match of the season. The Pack moves into this week’s Palomares League finals as the second place team with a record of 8-2, both losses were to first place Diamond Bar. The doubles team of Naveen Mohideen and Eric Davis swept the competition. Check out our complete sports round-up inside.

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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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