High school sports roundup: March 10, 2023

by Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com

Claremont High School


Claremont defeated Diamond Bar, 8-1, at home March 4. The Pack then hosted Monrovia on Wednesday to conclude the Saints Tournament, winning 3-0 and bringing its record to 4-6.

The team starts the Lions Tournament at 3:15 p.m. Friday at Brookhurst Park against South East High. Play continues with a home doubleheader Saturday with Glendale at 11 a.m., followed by Chaparral at 3 p.m. Palomares League play starts at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 14 at Glendora.


Claremont opened Palomares League play with a 1-0 loss at Glendora March 3. The team then traveled to Colony Tuesday, losing 10-0. On Wednesday, the Pack hosted Bonita and came away with 2-1 win. The team is now 3-4. Next up is a 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 14 road game with Ayala.

Boys golf

On March 2, the team began Palomares League with a 221-230 victory at Glendora. Claremont is 1-1.

Results from the Oak Hills Tournament Monday: the team placed fifth overall out of 24 schools. Sophomore and captain Will Middleton finished seventh overall shooting five over par 77 at Spring Valley Lake Country Club.

After losing to Rancho Cucamonga 207-209 on February 28, Claremont sought their revenge Wednesday, but results were not made available to the Courier prior to press time. Next up is Chino Hills on Wednesday, March 15, at Marshal Canyon Golf Course. Tee-off is 2 p.m.

Boys volleyball

The Wolfpack began Baseline League play at home on Tuesday with a 3-1 victory against Damien. The result brings CHS’ record to 7-5.

Claremont was at Etiwanda after press time Thursday. The team then travels to Chino Hills on Friday for a 4:15 p.m. clash, then hosts Los Osos at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 14.

Claremont High junior Caleb Sapp, right, redirects a ball Tuesday during the Wolfpack’s 3-1 Baseline League opening win against Damien. Courier photo/Andrew Alonzo

Boys tennis

Claremont hosted Los Osos on March 2, winning 11-7. The Pack then opened Palomares League play at Glendora Tuesday and won, 17-1. The boys are 3-1.

The Wolfpack welcomed Colony after press time Thursday. Bonita visits at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 14.

Boys and girls swim and dive

The teams traveled to Glendora Wednesday for a Palomares League meet. Results were not made available to the Courier. The boys are 2-0, the girls 1-1.

Claremont will host Bonita at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15.

Boys and girls track and field
Results from the March 2 Palomares League meet: For the boys, junior Lukas Gamans placed second in the 100- and 200-meter races, senior Zach Leeper took third in the 200-meter dash and second in the long jump, and senior Sebastian Grannis was third in the 800 and 1,600. Sophomore Simon Rockwell and junior Max Neely were second and third, respectively, in the 3,200. Senior Wesley Baldavia took home gold in shot put, as did senior Caden Campuzano in the high jump. Junior Andrew Marks placed second in pole vault and junior Eric Ott was third in the long jump. The boys also took second in both the 4×100 and 4×400 relays.

On the girls side, sophomore Sade Escalante placed third in the 100-meter race, junior Alanna Heem took third in the 200, and freshman Annika Graham-Scanlon was second in the 400. Junior Denise Jie Yi Chen took first and freshman Joy Cheng was second in the 800. Joy took first in the 1,600-meter race while junior Angelina Diaz was third. Juniors Alexa Gossett and Emily Noyes were first and second in the 3,200. Junior Katie Ray took second in shot put and third in discus. Freshman Katherine Truttmann placed third in the long jump. The girls also took second in both the 4×100 and 4×400 relays.

Results from the March 4 Fullerton Distance Carnival: For the boys, senior Benjamin Schulz finished third in the 400-meter run and senior Sebastian Grannis was first in the 800. The team took first in the 4×800 relay. For the girls, junior Denise Jie Yi Chen again took home the gold in the 1,600. The Wolfpack took second in the 4×800 relay.

Full results from each meet are at athletic.net.

The Wolfpack hosted Alta Loma Wednesday and will welcome Ayala at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15.

The Webb Schools


Calvary Chapel Downey dealt Webb an 11-1 home loss on March 3. On Wednesday, the team traveled to Pacifica Christian Orange County. Results were not made available to the Courier. The series continues at 3:30 p.m. Friday at Webb. The team’s record stands at 1-1-1.

On Tuesday, March 14 Webb hosts Fairmont Prep, and on Saturday, March 18 welcomes Calvary Chapel Downey.

Boys golf

After a 213-256 victory on February 28, Webb again defeated West Covina on March 2, 223-263, at South Hills Golf Course. Webb then welcomed Bonita on Tuesday, snagging a 214-240 victory. The boys are 3-0.

The Gauls traveled to Pasadena Poly after press time Thursday. San Joaquin League action begins at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 14 at Fairmont Prep.

Boys volleyball

Webb fell to Garey, 3-0, at home March 3. The team, now 1-5, rescheduled its Tuesday Academy League opener against Southlands Christian.

Webb hosted Newport Christian after press time Thursday. Sierra Vista will come by Friday for a 4 p.m. game. The team returns to action at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 14 at Samueli Academy.

Boys tennis

Webb dealt South Hills an 11-7 loss March 2. On Tuesday the Gauls beat Arrowhead Christian Academy 14-4, boosting its record to 3-0.

On Friday, the team travels to Pasadena Poly, then Damien makes the trip to Webb for a 3:30 p.m. game Tuesday, March 14.

Coed badminton

Webb played Fairmont Prep Monday, winning 18-3. Wednesday saw the team at Chino Hills but the results were not made available to the Courier. Its record is 2-0.

Play continued after press time Thursday at Walnut. On Tuesday, March 14 Diamond Bar travels to Webb for a 3:30 p.m. match.

Boys and girls swim and dive

The boys team beat out 11 teams to win the March 2 league cluster with a score of 102. The girls finished second with 109.

On Friday, the teams welcome Pasadena Poly at 3 p.m. Webb is back in action at home Thursday, March 16 for a second league cluster. The first event is at 3 p.m.

Boys and girls track and field
The boys placed first with 53 points and the girls second with 43 at the March 3 home meet with Montclair, Northview and Arrowhead Christian Academy. The teams traveled to California High School after press time Thursday for a meet against hosts Wiseburn Da Vinci and Wilson.

The team’s first league cluster is set for 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 14 at home.


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