Winning records highlight CHS’ strong play in sports


Claremont did very well in the tournament play over the weekend defeating El Segundo 14-2, Estancia 19-3, Northwood 13-4, and Los Altos 10-9. The Pack is now 16-6 overall and 3-1 in Palomares League with league games started back up on Thursday with a match against Bonita at home.


The Wolfpack defeated visiting South Hills 1-0 in Palomares League action at CHS. With the win the boys stay undefeated in league with a 5-0 record and are in first place. On Friday they travel to La Verne to play the Bonita Bearcats.


Claremont lost an away Palomares League match to South Hills 1-0 on Wednesday in Covina. The loss brings the Pack’s record to 15-2-1, 4-1 in league, and moves the girls down a notch to second place in league standings. On Friday they face Bonita at CHS.


The Pack lost a close game to Glendora, 65-61 on Tuesday in Claremont. Glendora led for most of the game and were up 37-26 at the half. Claremont played much better in the second half but could not erase the deficit they inherited from the first half. Kyle Scalmanini had 21 points, followed by Jacob Lopez with 12 and Davis Haley with 11. Claremont is now 15-8 overall, 3-2 in league, and face South Hills on Friday in Covina.


Vivian Webb Water Polo defeated Rowland 5-0 on Friday in Rowland Heights.

Webb’s Lindsay Jung was the top scorer with three goals followed by Emily Chu with two. Webb is now 13-4 overall and 2-0 in league they hosted Baldwin Park on Monday

Webb boys basketball lost to Saddleback Valley Christian 108-57. Webb’s top performance came from Stephen Chai with 19 Points, six rebounds and four assists, followed by Lachlan Ashenmilller with eight points, six rebounds four assists. Saddleback’s John Scherer had 44 pts and set school record for most 3 pointers in a game

Webb is now 5-9 over all and 0-2 in league and had an away game against Orangewood on Monday.

Webb voys soccer defeated Saddleback Valley Christian 2-0 on Tuesday in San Juan Capistrano. The Gauls are now 10-1-3 and 4-0 in league.

Girls soccer also won their away game against Saddleback Valley Christian, 3-1. With the win the Gauls are now 8-0-1 and 3-0 in league.

—Steven Felschundneff


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