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Claremonter sets out to amaze with his acrobatic past

Claremont resident David Linden has spent his life putting on a show. His memoir, The Amazing Balancing Man: My Life as an Acrobat, Circus Performer, Stunt Man and Comedian, is no exception. It’s a story of determination, derring-do and the balancing act he performed, literally and figuratively, to make his way in show business. The book, which was released in October, is available through Amazon and Xlibris.

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Pack can't fend off Bearcats

Claremont High School senior Quincy Hailes is fouled as he drives for the net on Friday during the Pack’s conferences match against Bonita High School at CHS. Claremont played a competitive game but a miserable third quarter cost them dearly as they lost to Bonita 88-83. More in our next edition. COURIER Photo/Steven Felschundneff

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CHS boys soccer notches two strong wins and more

Boys soccer had a blow out victory over South Hills on Wednesday winning 7-2 in front of an enthusiastic home crowd. CHS junior Jack Kolodge kicked a hat trick as well as one assist. Other top performances came from senior Justin Munevar with two goals, junior Mato Pacheco and sophomore Osvaldo Lopez, who each scored once. Special recognition goes to Ibraheen Hafuda for his two assists. Check out our complete sports coverage inside.

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SPORTS ROUND-UP: Hard loss for CHS girls and more

Claremont High School girls basketball lost what looked like an easy win against Glendora on Friday night at CHS. The Pack led the momentum, and the scoring, throughout the first half but Glendora showed their ability to catch up tying Claremont at the half and going ahead when it really counted to win by a score of 44-41. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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