High school sports roundup: December 16, 2022
by Andrew Alonzo | firstname.lastname@example.org
Claremont High School
On December 10, the Wolfpack hosted Diamond Ranch and lost, 67-54. A December 13 trip to Covina yielded another setback, 52-46.
The Wolfpack are back in action on Tuesday, December 20 at Rialto. Tip-off is set for 6:30 p.m.
Results from the Claremont/Bonita Tournament: the Wolfpack hosted Temecula Valley December 6 and won easily, 56-21. On December 8 the team defeated Chino Hills, 54-44, then bested Walnut, 50-46, on December 9. Claremont then defeated Summit, 47-35, at Bonita December 10.
The Pack trounced visiting Rancho Cucamonga, 60-20, December 13. The team traveled to Corona Del Mar after press time December 16.
Claremont begins Palomares League play with a 5:30 p.m. game at Glendora Thursday, December 22.
The Wolfpack defeated Riverside Poly, 3-0, on December 9, and Don Lugo, 6-2, December 13.
Claremont’s December 16 match against Chino Hills was played after press time.
The team will close out the year December 22 at the San Gorgonio Tournament against a TBD opponent, with the first game set for 8:30 a.m.
The Wolfpack began its preseason with a 3-2 win against Etiwanda December 8. Claremont hosted South Hills after press time December 15.
At 8 a.m. Saturday, December 17, the Pack will kick off the Claremont Holiday Classic against a TBD opponent. Nonleague action continues at home 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 20 against Bloomington.
Girls water polo
Results from the Ayala Tournament: on December 9, the Wolfpack lost, 17-10, to Sunny Hills, but followed it up with an 18-14 win over Yorba Linda. On December 10, Claremont beat Vista Murrieta, 14-11, and Edison, 12-11.
The team played Etiwanda December 14. Results from that game were not made available to the COURIER prior to press time. On December 16, the team will play in the Chino Hills varsity tournament to conclude its 2022 season.
Boys and girls wrestling
Boys results from the December 9 Gabrielino Tournament were not made available to the COURIER prior to press time.
Claremont’s lady wrestlers placed 29th out of 46 teams at the December 10 Mater Dei Tournament. No Wolfpack athletes medaled.
On December 14 the girls traveled to take on Dana Hills. Results were not made available to the COURIER prior to press time.
On Tuesday, December 20, both teams will host Glendora at 6 p.m. to begin Sierra League action.
The Webb Schools
On December 9, Webb fell at Ontario, 76-35. The Gauls began Academy League play at Tarbut V’Torah Tuesday, December 13 and lost, 67-47. The team hosted Pomona after press time Thursday.
Webb will return to action after the new year.
Results from the Rick White Classic: the Gauls were thrashed by Garey, 59-19, on December 6 to begin tournament play. On December 8 against Pilibos, the team was again dealt a decisive, 60-20 loss. On December 9 Webb seemed to have turned it around in a major way, blowing out San Gabriel Mission, 45-5, before losing big to Monrovia, 42-23, later that day.
The team opened Academy League play December 13 with a loss at San Gabriel Academy, 42-33. Webb hosted Avalon after press time December 15.
The Gauls lost at Arrowhead Christian, 2-0, on December 8. On December 13, the boys began San Joaquin League play with an 8-2 home win against Capistrano Valley Christian.
The red-hot Webb girls soccer team just keeps on winning.
On December 8, the Gauls traveled to Arrowhead Christian and came away with a 5-3 victory, then dealt St. Lucy’s a 3-0 shutout December 10.
The Webb girls kicked off San Joaquin League play in style December 13 at Capistrano Valley Christian with a 7-0 win. It hosted Glendora after press time December 15.
The team has won 27-consecutive games, including all competitions.
Girls water polo
The Gauls hosted Rowland December 7 and lost, 15-3. Webb then traveled to Paramount after press time December 15.
On December 9, Webb lost to Pomona on the road, 33-30. The Gauls followed it up with victories over Covina, 38-28, and Ganesha, 59-6, on December 13.
The team traveled to Calvary Chapel Christian after press time December 15 for a meet against the hosts and California School for the Deaf.