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It’s been just over a month since Caleb Settles, a rising junior at Claremont High School, was named the 2022 Inland Empire boys varsity tennis player of the year. The title was awarded to Caleb by the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin following the 16-year-old’s recent season as a versatile doubles and singles player for the Wolfpack.

On Saturday, Claremont High School cross country team presented a $2,015 check to Jeff Blezien, campaign development manager for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training.

The Claremont High School Cross Country Team, also known as CXCP, is holding its annual 24-hour relay to help raise donations for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training, a nonprofit company […]

Claremont High School junior Benjamin Schulz took a four-hour trip with his parents down to Buchanan High School to race in the CIF State Championships for the boys track and field 400-meter dash. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo

On Saturday, May 21, parents, coaches, volunteers, and players of Claremont Little League gathered at College Park to put to bed another successful season of baseball. But before afternoon festivities and trophies were handed out, scores and titles had to be settled during the finals of the city tournament. And of course, there’s the ranking home run derby champ 10-year-old Reds’ Mattias Arredondo. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo.

Claremont High School’s senior pitcher Aiden Ross throws a fastball to Alta Loma junior batter Dominic Paris during the top of the third inning at CHS on Tuesday. Ross enjoyed not only a shutout 5-0 victory in which he pitched all seven innings, but he also got a run batted in as a hitter for the first time since recovering from a broken finger. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo

On Saturday at College Park, 489 youth baseball players received a ceremonial introduction including a parade in front of friends and family as part of opening day festivities for the 2022 Claremont Little League season.

Vivian Webb girls varsity soccer team celebrates with hugs and cheers after defeating Arrowhead Christian in the Division 6 CIF-Southern Section championship game on Saturday at Faculty Field in Claremont. In a thrilling game the Gauls edged past the Eagles, 3-2, for the victory and the title. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo.

Claremont High School senior forward Emilio Rivas sits midfield on Friday following the Pack’s 3-1 loss to Riverside Polytechnic High School in the quarterfinal round of the CIF-Southern Section Division […]

Claremont senior center, Sidney Sparks, drives past Santiago High School sophomore center, Neryah Lokeni, to snag an easy two points on Saturday during the first round of the CIF Division […]

Jim Munsey moderates the memorial service for baseball coach Jack Helber at the CHS gym on Saturday evening, February 5. Helber, 81, coached players of all ages from little league to college. Most recently he was assistant baseball coach for the Wolfpack at Claremont High School. In the photo exhibited at the left, is Helber with a young Mark McGwire. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

Tuesday evening saw another victory for the Claremont high school girls’ varsity soccer team, who dispelled of a competitive Bonita Bearcats team, 2-0, at home.

It may be an overused cliché but it’s truly the end of an era for Claremont High School’s distance runners. Following the team’s trip to the CIF California State Meet last weekend, Bill Reeves announced he had official retired as the Wolfpack’s cross country coach.

by Gabriel Fisher The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas volleyball team was two sets away from returning to the NCAA DIII Women’s Volleyball Championship final, but they lost to Calvin University in the […]

A three-mile run, the pacer test, then a series of weight room exercises, these three signs indicate to a soccer player the high school season is right around the corner.