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High school sports roundup: December 23, 2022

by Andrew Alonzo |

Claremont High School

Boys basketball
Claremont lost 78-43 at Rialto on December 20. The team’s December 22 Palomares League kickoff game against Glendora took place after press time.

Next week the Wolfpack will participate in the Damien Tournament. Its first game is set for 6:30 p.m. Monday, December 26 against Charter Oak.

Girls basketball
Claremont traveled to Corona Del Mar on December 16 and won, 39-22, for the team’s 11th consecutive victory. The Pack began Palomares League play at Glendora after press time December 22.

The team plays in the Edison Tournament at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 27 against Newport Harbor.

Boys soccer
On December 16 the boys beat Chino Hills 2-1. The varsity team will play CHS alumni on Friday, December 23 at home for the inaugural Fred Bruce-Oliver alumni classic. Kick-off is set for 4 p.m.

Claremont will close out the year at the San Gorgonio Tournament at the San Bernardino Soccer Complex. Claremont played its first game against Redlands at 11:10 a.m. December 22, with the final results coming in after press time.

Girls soccer

Results from the Claremont Holiday Classic: the girls began with a 3-2 win over Rancho Cucamonga on December 10 and followed it up with another victory, 1-0 over Western Christian. On December 17 Claremont lost to Upland, 1-0, before bouncing back against Bishop Amat with a 3-2 win to take third place in the tournament.

The Wolfpack welcomed the Huskies of South Hills December 15 and won, 1-0. Claremont beat Bloomington 2-0 on December 20.

The girls will also close out 2022 at the San Gorgonio Tournament at the San Bernardino Soccer Complex, with their first game set for 11:10 a.m. December 22 against Rialto.

Girls water polo
The Pack will open up the new year with Palomares League action at Glendora on January 4. The match is set for 4 p.m.

Boys and girls wrestling
Both teams hosted Glendora December 20 to begin Sierra League action. The girls tied 12-12 while the boys were dealt a 66-18 loss.

Claremont junior Eduard Libunao attempts to pin his Glendora opponent during the Pack’s December 20 Sierra League opening home meet against Glendora. The Tartans won, 66-18. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo

The Webb Schools

Boys basketball

On December 15, Webb hosted Pomona and were dealt a 76-35 loss.

Girls basketball
The Gauls began Academy League play at home against Avalon on December 15 and lost, 59-17.

Girls soccer
The red hot Webb girls soccer team kept their winning streak alive with a December 13, 3-0 win at Glendora. The team has now moved into fifth place in the all-time CIF record book for consecutive wins with 28.

Sixth year Webb Schools girls varsity soccer head coach Malick Mbengue has guided his team to a 28-game win streak, the fifth longest in CIF-Southern Section history. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo

Girls water polo
The Gauls won big, 13-7, at Paramount on December 15.


Boys wrestling
The boys lost to California School for the Deaf, 60-24, then beat host Calvary Chapel Christian, 36-33, on December 15.


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