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It’s a wrap: CHS athletes continue strong play

Claremont cross country continues to roll over the competition with impressive results on Saturday at the Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park in Fresno. Boys varsity came in third behind Great Oak and Canyon, missing second by only three points.
Jonah Ross was the Pack’s top finisher in 16th place with a time of 15:36, which was a personal record on that course. Just behind Ross were Mike Lowrie at 15:38  and Adam Johnson at 15:48, racking up two more personal records.

The girls varsity team came in fifth out of 26 teams on a phenomenal performance from sophomore Annie Boos, who not only had a personal record at 18:23, but also set a school record for the Woodward Park course. Tess Rounds was just behind at 18:27, which would have been a school record if not for Boos’ run. Rounding out the top three was Jax Heckers at 19:03.

Girls golf played their final Palomares League match last week against Ayala High at Marshall Canyon Golf Course. The top three Claremont players did very well, outshooting Ayala. However, the Bulldogs had more consistency and beat Claremont 253-285. Co-medalists were Claremont’s Allison Gallegos and Ayala’s Allie Montero, who both shot a 47. Claremont’s Vanessa Lopez also had a good day, shooting a 49.

Girls volleyball enjoyed another victory defeating Diamond Bar 3-1 on Tuesday at CHS. Georgie Jackson had a match-high 24 digs and the team had 12 service aces and 77 digs. Scores for the four games were 25-14, 21-26, 25-17, 25-12. The Wolfpack is now 4-0 in league and 12-6 overall.

Water polo easily defeated Diamond Bar, 20-3, last Thursday in the Palomares League match-up at Diamond Bar. Top performances came from freshman Ian Waasdorp with four goals, one steal and  one assist; sophomore Bruno Snow with three goals and four steals; senior Jack Mammone with three goals and one assist; and senior Stanford Lee with three goals and one steal. Also noteworthy was Johnathon Wong, who scored just one goal but set up teammates with five assists.
The Pack is 2-0 in league and 7-8 overall. They played Glendora on Tuesday but results were not available.
—Steven Felschundneff
steven@claremont-courier.com

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