CHS sports scene continued to evolve in 2015

This year was a time of firsts and lasts in Claremont sports—a time to say goodbye to longtime coaches and welcome new ones. It was also the end of a dynasty and the inception of others. It was the first football season in over 20 years without Coach Mike Collins, after he retired in December 2014. And in June, cross-country coach Rob Lander took a job leading Chaffey College’s program.

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Pack takes second place in Holiday Tournament

Claremont High School girls soccer won their semifinal match against South Hills only to lose to Los Osos in the final claiming the runner up trophy in this year’s Claremont Holiday Classic tournament. The Pack is off to a great start this year with an 8-1-2 record even though the team is relatively young. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS girls suffer tough loss after big Rancho comeback

Claremont High School junior Jai Williams tries to regain control of the ball after Rancho Cucamonga’s Juliann Salinas tried to steal on Tuesday during the first round of the Claremont Tournament. The Pack lost in the final seconds, 52-50, after leading most of the game. The tournament continues this evening at CHS. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS cross country team finishes hot season at state finals

Claremont High School cross country completed their very successful season with double fourth-place finishes in the California State Championships on Saturday in Fresno. Claremont was expected to do well; after sweeping the Palomares League they went full- force into the post-season meets, culminating in a third place for the girls and fifth for the boys at the CIF Southern Section finals.

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