High school sports roundup: week of September 29, 2023
by Andrew Alonzo | firstname.lastname@example.org
Claremont High School
After last week’s bye, the Wolfpack returns at 7 p.m. Friday at South Hills. The team then travels to Chino Friday, October 6.
Boys and girls cross-country
Results from the Chaffey Invitational on September 23: Claremont placed fourth in the boys junior race at 107 points, fifth in the senior boys race (139) and the sophomore boys race (173) while the freshmen boys took eighth in their race with a score of 144. The junior girls snagged third overall with 78. Full results are at finishedresults.com.
The Pack hits the road Saturday for Cedarcrest Golf Course in Washington for the 16th annual Twilight XC Invitational, then on to Woodward Park in Fresno for the 44th annual ASICS Clovis Invitational, set for 8 a.m. Saturday, October 7.
Girls tennis (5-2)
CHS thrashed Glendora, 13-5, at home September 21. Claremont fell at Los Osos Monday, 14-4, before beating Colony Tuesday, 16-2. The Pack capped the month at Bonita after press time Thursday.
The team welcomes Ayala Tuesday, October 3 before visiting Alta Loma Thursday, October 5 at 3:15 p.m.
Girls volleyball (12-9)
Results from the Freeway Games tournament: the Wolfpack began play with two 2-0 shutout wins over Heritage and Cajon on September 22, but were then blanked by Roosevelt, 2-0, followed by another 2-0 loss to Yucaipa and a 2-1 victory over Bonita on September 23. Claremont hosted Alta Loma Monday and won, 3-0, before Wednesday’s trip to Glendora yielded a 3-0 loss.
The team hosts Colony Monday, October 2, then Bonita Wednesday, October 4, with both games at 4 p.m.
Girls golf (5-1)
Claremont took fourth overall at the Great Oak Tournament with a score of 436 Monday at the Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course. Bonita dropped by Marshall Canyon after press time Thursday.
Next, CHS hosts Ayala Tuesday, October 3, at 2 p.m.
Boys water polo (4-5)
CHS beat Los Altos at home Monday, 15-10, before being thrashed at Alta Loma Wednesday, 27-1.
Claremont hosts Glendora Monday, October 2, then travels to Colony Wednesday, October 4. Both games are set for 4 p.m.
The Webb Schools
Webb narrowly lost, 15-14, at Silver Valley September 22 before Temecula Prep dropped by after press time Thursday.
The Gauls have a bye next week, then head to San Jacinto Valley at noon Saturday, October 14.
Boys and girls cross-country
Results from Tuesday’s home meet between Webb, Montclair, Education First Academy, and Garey, as well as Saturday’s Bellarmine Invitational at Griffith Park in Los Angeles will be posted at athletic.net.
A San Joaquin League cluster is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, October 10 at Avalon High School.
Girls tennis (8-3)
Webb welcomed Crescenta Valley Monday, losing 15-3 before shutting out Tarbut V’ Torah, 18-0, Tuesday in Irvine. The team then hosted Fairmont Prep after press time Thursday.
Pacifica Christian pay the Gauls a visit Tuesday, October 10 before Western Christian stops by Friday, October 13. Both matches are set for 3:30 p.m.
Girls volleyball (7-13)
Results from the Chadwick Varsity Tournament on September 23: the team were shutout three times in a row: 2-0 against Chadwick, 2-0 result versus Brentwood School, and 1-0 by Cerritos.
Webb hosted Western Christian Monday and fell, 3-1. The Gauls then lost to Capistrano Valley Christian, 3-0, on Tuesday. The team is off next week and returns Monday, October 9 at home with Fairmont Prep followed by a trip to Western Christian Wednesday, October 11at 6:15 p.m.
Girls golf (6-1)
Webb defeated West Covina, 248-317, at home September 21, then beat Pacific Christian Tuesday, 244-330, at Marshall Canyon. Vista Meridian forfeited Monday’s contest, and Samueli came by after press time Thursday.
Webb is back at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday, October 11 at Tarbut V’ Torah.
Boys water polo (13-3)
The September 21 contest between Montclair and Webb was scrapped. The Gauls came out on top at Edgewood September 22, 18-3, before sinking Nogales at home Monday, 20-8.
Following a brief break, the Gauls receive a 3:30 p.m. visit from Edgewood Tuesday, October 10.