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CHS track setting records in winning season

In just seventeen minutes and 26 seconds, four Claremont boys—senior Sergio Espinoza, junior Owen Bishop, senior Tab Backman and junior Ryan Renken—crossed the finish line for the 4 x 1600 meter relay in first place, shattering the Claremont High School record by 24 seconds and setting the fourth fastest time nationwide for 2016. Read about their story and how CHS boys tennis continues to roll.

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Pitching dominates as CHS softball loses opener

Former major league pitcher Warren Spahn once said that “Hitting is timing and pitching is upsetting timing.” And that is exactly what Bonita junior Destinee Lopez did to Claremont at home on Wednesday, as the Bearcats blanked the Pack 3-0 in the Palomares League opener. Lopez pitched the entire game, striking out 14, with many batters frozen watching the umpire punch them out.

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Boys volleyball stands strong in tough loss

The Burbank Bulldogs probably assumed they would easily win their matchup with Claremont on Wednesday. After all, Claremont is currently in last place in the Pacific League while Burbank is ranked second, just behind Burroughs. From the very start, however, it was clear the Wolfpack was going to be competitive.

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Teen judo champ tightens belt

From HEALTHY LIVING: On March 19, Claremont High School senior Spencer LaMott was promoted to first-degree black belt by his senseis at Goltz Judo. He has nine more black belts to go, but the teen is well on his way to becoming a judo master. The belt switch-up, from brown to black, is just one of many achievements Spencer, 18, has garnered in his sport of choice. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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