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  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Backs: Braden Lynch, Alta Loma, Sr. Backs: Logan Moran, Claremont, Sr. Tight End: AJ Salgado, Glendora, Sr. Wide Receiver: Jacob Horne, Bonita, Sr. Wide Receiver: Ethan Durham, Bonita, Sr. Wide Receiver: Aalias Williams, Bonita, Sr. Wide Receiver: Ryan Campuzano, Claremont, Jr. Place Kicker: Noah Carlton, Ayala, Sr. Down Lineman: Josh Hixson ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    La, a junior singles player at Claremont, said she played St. Margaret’s Seychelle Balog several years ago, but La quickly noticed Balog’s style of play was much different now. So, La had to come up with a game plan on the fly, and it didn’t take ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    While many believe that Flintridge Prep and host Bonita are the favorites in the Bonita girls basketball tournament this week, keep a close eye on Los Altos, who opened the tournament with a 66-32 win over Claremont, which also was its season opener. The Conquerors’ seem to have it all as Emma Magana nailed six three-pointers to finish with ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    BIG WINS: Los Altos girls and Maranatha boys basketball open with tourney wins While many believe that Flintridge Prep and host Bonita are the favorites in the Bonita girls basketball tournament this week, keep a close eye on Los Altos, which opened the tournament with a 66-32 win over Claremont. The Conquerors seem to have it all, as Emma ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Steven Alvarez scored 19 points, Allen Moser and Jacob Maldonado each pumped in 12 points. In other first-round games, Claremont defeated Montebello 52-40 and Adelanto routed Alhambra 73-37 La Mirada 63, Torrance 51: Sophomore center George Ochoa imposed his will on the Tartars as he led all scorers with 20 points with Jalen Reyes contributing ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Four more football coaches have gone at least 20 years between section titles, three having ties to the Inland area. Bob Baiz went 22 years between titles (Fermin Lausen in 1962 and Claremont in 1984), as did Myron Miller (Ramona in 1989 and Tustin in 2011). Dave DeWoody went 21 years between 8-man titles at Ambassador (1975) and Riverside ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Colton Swinth (15:10.2) from Maria Carrillo High of the CIF North Coast Section, took top honors. The Claremont boys team turned in one of the more impressive efforts of the day in Division II. The Wolfpack finished in third place in the team standings. Jack Keough-Lansford (15:14.3), a sophomore, was the leading runner for Claremont.
  • The Press-Enterprise
    That ends Redlands’ season at 9-2, the first nine-win season since legendary Redlands coach Frank Serrao led the 1978 team to a 9-1 mark. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps’ women’s soccer team was playing with house money as it was, having reached the NCAA Division III Round of 16 after missing the SCIAC Tournament. But an at-large berth and ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Redlands East Valley’s boys got within a hair of a runner-up plaque before taking a strong third in Division 2. Senior Matthew Casillas was seventh in 14:46.6. Claremont’s boys were right behind in fourth. The Wolfpack girls, winners of three consecutive section titles, placed second in D2 behind Newbury Park. Sophomore Maddie Coles ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Anderson, a native of Jackson, Tenn., is the ninth-ranked recruit from Arizona, where he plays for Dream City Christian in Phoenix. The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s soccer team used second-half goals 3:33 apart from Ethan Tyng and Samay Rahim to dispose of host Trinity, 2-0, and capture its NCAA Division III soccer regional last weekend.