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CHS football stumbles, gaining only 39 yards on offense

Claremont lost convincingly to Charter Oak 35-0 on Friday night. The Wolfpack had 2 interceptions by Oliver Brown and one by Cinque Gales, but could only manage 39 yards of total offense. The Chargers’ 271-yard rushing performance dominated the game and controlled the clock. The Wolfpack are now 3-6 in league and play their final game of the season at home against Ayala (5-4) on Friday, November 2 at 7 p.m.

Webb football fell to Flintridge 40-13 on Saturday. The Gauls had an early lead but gave up 3 unanswered touchdowns in the first half. Ricky Gonzales had a kickoff return for a touchdown, and Webb gained 129 yards of offense. But Webb turned the ball over twice and the Rebels brought a powerful ground attack for the conference win. Webb next plays Chadwick at Harbor College on Friday, November 2 at 7 p.m.

 

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

CHS took last Thursday’s game against Charter Oak in straight sets. They followed this performance by winning 4 matches and losing 2 in the Crescenta Valley tournament last weekend. The Wolfpack now have a 5-4 league record. Claremont’s final match of the season is against Ayala, and the score will be in Saturday’s COURIER.

Vivian Webb fell to Pasadena Poly in a heartbreaking 5-set match on Thursday, dropping the Gauls’ league record to 6-5. VWS has clinched a playoff spot already, and has one match left to push for a better seeding. Results from the match remaining against Chadwick will be in Saturday’s COURIER.

 

BOYS WATER POLO

Claremont put in a solid showing at the Steve Pal Memorial tournament in Orange County this weekend, winning 3 games and losing 2. The Wolfpack play their final regular season game this Thursday, November 1 at 4 p.m., when they take on Charter Oak at home.

Webb dropped their penultimate game against Flintridge 17-15 on Friday. The Gauls were unable to close out the game, and were clipped in the last quarter after a spirited offensive performance. The Gauls still can make the playoffs with a win this week when they travel to Prep League #1 Pasadena Poly.

 

CROSS COUNTRY

Webb’s boys and girls teams ran in the Prep League Finals race at LA Pierce College on Saturday. The girls were unable to qualify for CIF, but the boys team had 7 runners in the top 25 finishers. Joe Rode, Chris Hernandez and Mason Lin all ran sub 18-minute races for the Gauls. Webb qualified for the CIF preliminaries, which will take place at Mt. SAC on Saturday, November 10.

 

College sports scoreboard

FOOTBALL

Citrus 32, El Camino 18

Occidental 31, P-P 27

Redlands 41, C-M-S 0

 

WOMENS VOLLEYBALL

Citrus 3, Canyons 0

C-M-S 3, Occidental 1

La Verne 3, C-M-S 0

Redlands 3, P-P 2

Chapman 3, P-P 0

 

CROSS COUNTRY

SCIAC Championships (9 teams)

WOMEN: C-M-S finished 1st, P-P finished 3rd

MEN: C-M-S finished 1st, P-P finished 2nd

 

WOMENS WATER POLO

Cuesta 20, Citrus 6

 

MENS WATER POLO

UCSD 12, P-P 3

P-P 18, Caltech 6

UCSD 16, C-M-S 5

C-M-S 14, Whittier 11

Cuesta 19, Citrus 4

 

WOMENS SOCCER

P-P 1, La Verne 0

Citrus 7, LA Valley 0

Cal Lutheran 1, C-M-S 0

 

MENS SOCCER

C-M-S 8, Cal Lutheran 1

P-P 4, La Verne 0

Canyons 4, Citrus 0

—Chris Oakley

sports@claremont-courier.com

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