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  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    West Covina will be in a football league with Don Lugo, Claremont and Chaffey. Whatever the situation, Maggiore expects to win. “The expectations are the same,” Maggiore said. “The expectation is that players are going to buy in and work hard and ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    West Covina was in CIF-SS Division 9 this past season, and could drop to Division 10 or 11 in 2020. West Covina will also move next season into a new four-team league for football with Don Lugo, Claremont and Chaffey. Whatever the situation, Maggiore said he expects to win. “The expectations are the same,” Maggiore said. “The expectation ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    “For a team that has been so watertight defensively this year, it was desperately disappointing to give up two goals that easy.” Somehow, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s water polo team did what nobody else could do: Hold Whittier’s high-octane offense without a second-half goal. Yet, it still wasn’t enough to carry the Stags past ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    At the El Rancho Blue Pride Tournament, Schurr repeated as tournament champions with an impressive 55-47 victory over Claremont. Jonah Ronquillo was the game’s leading scorer with 22 points, and Saul Buenrostro added 15. Ray Flores was named tournament MVP. St. Paul defeated Jurupa Hills 63-55 in the third-place game. At the Azusa Tournament ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    At the El Rancho Blue Pride Tournament, Schurr repeated as tournament champions with an impressive 55-47 victory over Claremont. Jonah Ronquillo was the game’s leading scorer with 22 points, and Saul Buenrostro added 15. Ray Flores was named the tournament’a MVP. St. Paul defeated Jurupa Hills 63-55 in the third-place game. At the Azusa ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Eastvale Roosevelt 60, Los Altos 57: Danielle Pineda scored 19 points with Emma Magana and Madelyn Roel, each scoring contributing 10 points apiece, but it was not enough as the Mustangs pulled out a narrow win over the Conquerors at Claremont High. For the second time this season, Roosevelt will take on Flintridge Prep for the tournament title ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    “It’s a player awards; they did all the work,” Nunemaker wrote on his Twitter account. It appears that Los Altos might be the only team that might give Flintridge Prep a test at the Bonita/Claremont girls basketball tournament. The Conquerors had no trouble defeating Rialto 70-10 at Claremont High School in pool play action. Danielle ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Los Altos 70, Rialto 10: The Conquerors had little trouble in throttling the Knights in pool play action at Claremont High School. Danielle Pineda led all scorers in the scoresheet with 18 points, and Madelyn Roel added 14 points with nine rebounds and eight assists. Walnut 46, Chino Hills 44: Elle Yick scored the winning basket in the final ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    At the end of the night, it was clear the Rebels had all of the correct answers. In one of its more dominant performances of the season, Flintridge Prep (5-1) easily dispatched the host Bearcats 66-33 in pool-play action at the Bonita/Claremont Tournament. It was evident that Flintridge Prep was the better team. The Rebels outscored Bonita 48 ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Bowens had an interception return (98 yards) for a touchdown, five tackles, two pass breakups and one quarterback hurry. • The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s basketball team in general, and forwards Kate Parrish and Lindsey Cleary in particular. The Athenas set the school record for most points in a women’s basketball game with their 104 ...