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On Thursday, the Claremont High School girls tennis team added a fifth consecutive title to their history after they defeated Glendora High School at home, 16-2. The match not only closed out Palomares league play, but also extended the team’s unbeaten run to 12 matches.

The CHS girls varsity tennis team continues its dominance in the Palomares League with an impressive 15-3 win over the Alta Loma Braves on Tuesday, Followed by an equally commanding victory over Glendora, 16-2, on Thursday.

Claremont HS Girls' Volleyball Team in Action

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com Claremont High School girls volleyball has reached the tail end of a very competitive Palomares League season which came to a head on Wednesday when […]

On Tuesday, Claremont High School cross country coach Bill Reeves’ frustration was growing. He had a room full of antsy teenagers but school health officials were concerned that it was over 100 degrees and might be too hot to exercise outside.

The defending San Antonio League champion Claremont High School Wolfpack football team is off to a rough start this season, but that may be part of the plan.

Claremont hosted Colony for its first home football game of the season on Friday. The fans and band were back in full swing, cheering for the Pack and a 13-6 […]

Claremont Little League All-Stars

All three Claremont Little League All-Star Teams won crucial playoff games on Tuesday, advancing to the state championships for the first time in league history. The 10-year-olds defeated West Covina […]

Kelly Xu holds trophy

Claremont High School golf phenom Kelly Xu added another victory to her trophy case Tuesday, winning the seventh Southern California Golf Association’s Women’s Amateur Championship title with a five-stroke lead. […]

CHS girl varsity basketball team

Claremont High School’s girl varsity basketball was ready to stage the ultimate comeback during Wednesday night’s CIF quarterfinal game against San Dimas High School. Unfortunately, the script was written against […]

Claremont High School boys tennis team

Claremont High School boys tennis completed their relentless march through the postseason, clinching a CIF Southern Section Division 1 title by defeated Palos Verdes on Friday in Palos Verdes. The […]

by Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com Strong play from freshman David “DJ” Brownlee and Junior Brodrick Bohren set the stage for a decisive victory as the Pack defeated visiting Foothill High […]

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com Claremont High School girls soccer is on a tear with three big shutouts in the CIF Southern Section Division 2 tournament, including a stunning victory […]

Defense leads CHS to championship

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com If one word could sum up Claremont High School football’s season it would be zero. Claremont gave up zero points, delivering three shutouts in San […]

Claremont High School senior Max Suckley is thinking fastball all the way during away game action against Ayala High School, Wednesday. The CHS varsity baseball team ended up losing the […]

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com Friday night as Claremont High School senior running back, Isaiah Love, sprinted down the sidelines after catching a pass from quarterback Ricky Murillo, it was […]

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com To paraphrase Prince’s tune “Nothing Compares 2 U,” it’s been 10 months and eight days since they took the sports away. But this Saturday the […]

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com Claremont High School’s football coach, Shane Hile, wants to get a custom tee shirt made—on the front it will say “keep eight feet apart,” and […]