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High school sports roundup: March 24, 2023

by Andrew Alonzo |


Claremont High School

The Pack hosted Glendora March 16 to begin Palomares League play and won, 7-6. The Tartans exacted their revenge on March 17, dealing Claremont a 5-1 loss. Tuesday’s game at Colony was rescheduled to 3:30 p.m. Friday.

Results from the Lions Tournament on March 18: Claremont hosted Victor Valley and won, 5-1. Play resumes 11 a.m. Saturday at CHS when they host Indian Springs. The team is 7-8.

The Wolfpack hosted Colony after press time Thursday. The team return to the diamond in April.


Claremont’s March 16 home game against Alta Loma was rescheduled, as was Tuesday’s against Glendora. The team was shutout, 3-0, at Ayala March 17. The Pack are 3-5.

The team hosted Colony after press time Thursday. They then welcome Alta Loma Monday, March 27, Glendora on Wednesday, March 29 and travel to Bonita Thursday, March 30. Games are set for 3:30 p.m.


Boys golf
The Wolfpack beat Glendora, 195-202, on March 16 to begin Palomares League play. The team’s Tuesday home match against Colony will be made up Friday. Wednesday’s meeting with Chino Hills was canceled. Claremont is 3-2.

The Wolfpack traveled to Colony after press time Thursday. Claremont welcomes Damien at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 29.


Boys volleyball
Claremont extended its shutout streak to three on March 16 at Rancho Cucamonga with a 3-0 win.

Results from the Santiago Tournament: CHS opened play on March 17 with a 2-0 win over Diamond Ranch, followed by a 2-1 victory over El Dorado that evening. Action resumed March 18 with a 2-1 win over Elsinore, capped by a 2-0 win against Santiago.

The Pack beat Santiago on the road Tuesday, 3-1, to bring its record to 16-5.

Claremont hosted Upland after press time Thursday. Damien welcomes the team next Thursday, March 30 at 4:15 p.m.


Boys tennis
At Ayala on March 16, the Wolfpack dealt the Bulldogs a 10-8 loss. Claremont hosted Bonita and won, 12-6, the following day. Tuesday’s home match against Alta Loma was rescheduled to 3:30 p.m. Friday. The boys are 6-1.

The Pack welcomed Glendora after press time Thursday. The boys host Arcadia at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28.


Boys and girls swim and dive
Results from the March 17 and 18 Mt. San Antonio College Winterfest meet are available at The teams hosted Colony on Wednesday. The boys (4-1) won, 137-21, and the girls (2-3) triumphed, 136-25. The Pack are off until early April.


Boys and girls track and field
Results from the March 15 Palomares League meet at Ayala: the teams placed second. The boys had 29 points and the girls 32. Full results are at

The teams also participated in the 20th annual California Relays at Woodrow Wilson High School in Long Beach on March 17 and 18. Results are at

The Wolfpack welcomed Bonita after press time Thursday.



The Webb Schools

Webb beat Fairmont Prep, 12-5, on March 17. On Saturday the Gauls hosted Calvary Chapel Downey and lost, 7-5. Monday’s home game against Pacifica Christian Orange County was rained out, as was Tuesday’s versus Western Christian. Webb is 3-3-1.

The Gauls head to Western Christian Friday, then welcome the Lancers Saturday at 10 a.m. Tarbut V’Torah stop by Tuesday, March 28 at 3:30 p.m.


Boys golf
The Gauls opened league play at Fairmont Prep on March 15 with an unusual win. After the first five golfers tied at 215 strokes, Webb’s sixth man broke the deadlock by having fewer strokes than his opposition, giving Webb the victory. Avalon then fell 209-225 to Webb the following day. The team’s Tuesday game at Western Christian was postponed. Its record stands at 6-0.

The Gauls hosted Damien after press time Thursday. Next up is Fairmont Prep at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28.


Boys volleyball
The team was shutout twice at Southlands Christian on March 16, both by a 2-0 score. On Tuesday, Webb shutout Newport Christian, 3-0, at home. Its record is 2-9.

The Gauls welcomed Calvary Chapel Downey after press time Thursday. On Friday, the team travels to Newport Christian for a 5 p.m. game. The boys are back in action at home Tuesday, March 28 for a 4 p.m. against Hamilton.


Boys tennis
The Gauls bested Fairmont Prep, 16-2, on March 16. They were set to welcome Tarbut V’Torah on Tuesday, but the match was rescheduled due to weather. Webb is 5-0.

The team was at Western Christian after press time Thursday. It hosts Segerstrom at 3:15 p.m. Friday, then Fairmont Prep at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28.


Coed badminton
Diamond Bar dealt the team a 19-2 home loss March 15. The Gauls followed that with another home setback on March 16, 15-6 at the hands of Rowland. Webb bounced back against Mayfield/Loyola March 17, winning 13-8. The team is 4-3.

Webb will be back in action Friday at home against Wilson, then against Chino Hills on Monday, March 27, followed by a trip to Wilson Wednesday, March 29. Each game is set for 3:30 p.m.


Boys and girls swim and dive
Webb hosted a league meet on March 16, but results were not available. The boys remain 0-1 and the girls 1-0.

Results from the Mt. San Antonio College Winterfest meet are available at There, Webb freshman Maya Chin set new school records in the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 5:10.78 and in the 200 yard freestyle at 1:57.28.

Webb hosted Mayfield after press time Thursday. Teams are back in action at 3:30 p.m. next Thursday, March 30 at Charter Oak.


Boys and girls track and field
Webb freshman Nicole Samson placed seventh in the varsity girls 1,600-meter race at the Arcadia Distance Challenge on March 18. The teams also competed in the Cravon Gillespie Monrovia Wildcat Invitational on March 18. Results are at

Wednesday’s home meet was canceled. The Gauls are at South Pasadena High Friday and Saturday for the 77th Pasadena Games Field Event, then host a San Joaquin League cluster at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 28.


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