Wolfpack adds one to the win column

Claremont’s Jack Stark and Johnny Abrolat block a shot from Diamond Ranch during the Pack’s 3-1 victory over the Panthers on Tuesday in Claremont. After falling behind 1-0 in the Hacienda League matchup, Claremont rallied taking the next three sets and earning the win. The boys are now 2-2 in league which is good enough for third place and a shot at making the playoffs if they can hold on to that rank. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Wolfpack AD leaves job(s) he loved for 40 years

Since his planned retirement went public last month, Claremont High School Athletic Director Rick Dutton has heard the same comment over and over from well meaning acquaintances: “I bet you won’t miss the parents.” But Mr. Dutton, 63, says that nothing could be further from the truth.

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Spring sports getting into the swing of things

Claremont number two seed Christian Settles returns a shot from Bonita’s Bennett Williams on Monday during a Palomares League varsity tennis match at CHS. Settles eventually defeated Williams 6-4 after a very long final game giving a boost to the Pack in its 14-4 victory over the Bearcats. Claremont tennis looks strong again this year with a 4-0 record leading into their match with the very competitive Diamond Bar team on Tuesday. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Busy sports week as teams match up in League play

Claremont High School narrowly lost a Palomares League game to visiting Bonita, 5-4, in extra innings on Wednesday. The Pack came out strong with three runs in the first inning and a fourth in the second, but was shut out by the Bearcats the rest of the way. The winning run came in the ninth inning to end the game.

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