High school sports roundup

by Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com

Claremont High

Boys water polo

On Monday, October 3, the Pack hosted Colony for a Palomares League match and won 15-2. Then on Wednesday, October 5, the team hosted Bonita and pulled off a stellar comeback win, ending up 10-6 winners on senior night.

Senior attacker Davin Castillo lead the comeback charge with four goals across four periods. Senior hole sets George Unkovich and Wyatt Brandt each netted two goals, as did senior winger Ian Hoon.

Claremont hosts the Varsity October Classic tournament this weekend and is set to play Chaparral at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, October 7. Depending on Friday’s result, the team will play TBD opposition at 9 a.m. on Saturday, October 8.

The Pack travels to Ayala for a 4 p.m. match Monday, October 10, and on Wednesday, October 12, will host Alta Loma at 3:30 p.m.

Girls volleyball

Claremont won 3-0 at Colony in Palomares League play on Thursday, September 29. Then on Tuesday, October 4, the Pack traveled to Bonita where they lost, 3-0. The team’s Thursday, October 6 home game against Ayala took place after press time.

On Monday, October 10, the team will travel to La Canada for nonleague action at 6 p.m. The Pack will close out Palomares League play on Tuesday, October 11 with a 4:30 p.m. game at Alta Loma.


On Friday, September 30, Claremont won at home against South Hills, 28-13, in nonleague action. Senior running back Caden Campuzano scored three of the Wolfpack’s four touchdowns, finishing the game with 60 rushing yards on 14 carries, as well as 72 receiving yards with three receptions. He also completed a 10-yard pass to senior wide receiver Zack Leeper.

Full stats from Friday’s game are available at maxpreps.com/games/9-30-2022/football-22/claremont-vs-south-hills.htm?c=0wjqjh3DFEelvUHKmSgrPA#tab=box-score&schoolid=.

The result boosts CHS’s overall record to 3-2 ahead of Friday’s final nonleague game at Covina. On Friday, October 14, the team will travel to Chaffey to open up San Antonio League play. Kickoffs are set for 7 p.m.

Boys and girls cross-country

Key results from the Temecula Twilight Invitational on Saturday, October 1: in the showdown boys three-mile race, the team came in second out of 14 schools with a score of 134. Glendora came in first with a 94. CHS junior Andrew Lee placed 11th out of 94 runners in the heat with a time of 15:26.

In the showdown girls three-mile race, the team placed fourth out of 10 schools with a score of 107. CHS junior Denise Jie Yi Chen placed 5th out of 77 runners with a time of 17:07.40.

CHS also had runners compete in the freshman, sophomore and junior varsity three-mile races. Full results and times are posted at ca.milesplit.com/meets/486692-temecula-twilight-2022/info#.yyumfy1h24I.

On Saturday, October 8, the teams will compete in the Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park in Fresno. Races begin at 8 a.m. Details and runners’ times will be posted at ca.milesplit.com/meets/486067-asics-clovis-xc-invitational-2022/results#.yzvyps-1h3fc.

The teams will have a bye this week before returning to action on Saturday, October 22 for the 74th Annual Mt. San Antonio College Cross-Country Invite, held at Mt. SAC in Walnut. Results and times will be posted online at athletic.net/crosscountry/meet/213391/register.

Girls golf

Last Thursday, September 29, the girls faced Ayala at home in Palomares League play and lost by a single stroke, 214-215. Then on Monday, October 3, it played in the Walnut Invitational, finishing 11th out of 22 schools with 428 strokes. The Pack returned to league play after press time Thursday, October 6, against Glendora at Marshal Canyon.

Claremont has a loaded schedule next week, when starting Monday, October 10, it will travel to the Western Hills Country Club to face Ayala; on Tuesday, October 11 it hosts Bonita at Marshal Canyon; and on Thursday, October 13, the team will play a designated away game against Bonita at Marshal Canyon. Tee times for all matches are 2:30 p.m.

Girls tennis

On Thursday, September 29, the Pack traveled to Ayala and came away with a 17-1 Palomares League win. Then on Monday, October 3, the team swept Colony, 18-0, to pick up a road win. Claremont’s home match against Glendora on Thursday, October 6, was played after press time.

The team is back in action next Monday, October 10 as they travel to Los Osos for a nonleague matchup. Then on Thursday, October 13, the Pack travels to Bonita for a league contest. Both are set for 3:15 p.m.


The Webb Schools

Boys water polo

The boys did not see any action following last week’s round up. The team’s Thursday, October 6 home Mountain View League game was forfeited by Workman as they could not field a team.

The Gauls return to the water next Tuesday, October 11 when they host Nogales at 4 p.m. for a league match. The team will then host Edgewood at 4 p.m. Thursday, October 13.

Girls volleyball

Last Thursday, September 29, the Gauls bested Tarbut V’Torah, 3-1, at home in San Joaquin League play. The team’s Thursday, October 6, away matchup against Western Christian was played after press time, as was its Friday, October 7 match against Pacifica Christian Newport Beach.

The team is back in action next Wednesday, October 12 when they travel to Pacifica Christian for a 5:30 p.m. match.


The team had a bye this week and will return to Manzanita League action on Thursday, October 13 with a 7:30 p.m. game at California Military Institute in Perris.

Girls golf

On Thursday, September 29, Fairmont Prep forfeited the San Joaquin League matchup, giving Webb the automatic win. The team’s Thursday, October 6 game against Samueli Academy was played after press time.

Next Tuesday, October 11, the team will travel to Fairmont Prep. Tee off is set for 3:30 p.m.

Girls tennis

On Thursday, September 29, the Gauls came away with a 12-6 San Joaquin League road win over Western Christian. The team’s Friday, October 7 nonleague game against the Pandas of Immaculate Heart was played after press time.

Next Tuesday, October 11, Webb plays at Fairmont Prep at 1 p.m. for a league contest.

Boys and girls cross-country

Key results from a nonleague meet against Garey and Montclair on Thursday, September 29: the boys placed first overall. Unfortunately, the girls team did not finish with five runners and were given a “did not finish.”

Key results from the Bellarmine/Sacred Heart Invitational on Saturday, October 1: the boys finished fourth out of 17 schools in the three-mile white race with a score of 118. Webb senior Etienne Griffon placed fifth out of 112 runners with a time of 17:43.5. His senior teammate Garrett Cordova-Caddes finished in seventh at 17:54.4. The girls did not field a team for this meet.

More meet info and times can be found at athletic.net/crosscountry/meet/207373/info.

The teams are out of action until Tuesday October 18, when the Gauls host a San Joaquin League cluster. Results will be posted online at finishedresults.trackscoreboard.com once available.


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