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Pitching, hitting give Pack a win over Miller

Good pitching from sophomore Jack Noble combined with 11 hits gave Claremont a solid 5-2 win over A B Miller Tuesday in Claremont. The team put in a much more focused effort including some very good fielding which made the difference in the final score. Junior Matt Hohn had two singles for three at bats and came up with some key defensive plays at third base. The Pack is now 2-3 in early season play. More details in our next edition.

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Errors sink CHS baseball in loss to Chino Hills

Assistant baseball coach John Ellis has a mantra, of sorts that he repeats during the game: “Routine plays, played routinely,” which unfortunately was sorely missing Wednesday as Claremont High was soundly defeated by Chino Hills 11-2 at CHS. A combination of eight errors and too many wild pitches by Claremont gave away what was otherwise a competitive game.

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CHS spring sports show promise for upcoming season

Claremont High School boys tennis starts this season with a lot of new players and a new coach, Kathy Settles. However, coach Settles is not new to CHS, being both a parent and the coach of the girls team. “We are going to be good this year,” said coach Settles. “We brought in four freshman who are playing year round so they have added a ton of depth."

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CHS boys, girls soccer teams eliminated from CIF play

Claremont High School’s CIF bid came to an end Wednesday as the boys soccer team, the last CHS team standing, lost their second round playoff game, 1-0, at Quartz Hill High School near Lancaster. The previous day, the girls soccer team lost to San Luis Obispo in a shootout after a scoreless tie at the end of overtime. The Tigers landed two more penalty kicks than the Pack, winning 4-2.

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