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  • Los Angeles Times
    I think we’ve done a better job of competing against each other, while having fun.” Winning is fun, and the Sea Kings hope to keep it going. If they can get past Huntington Beach, which won the Division 3 title last year, the Sea Kings will play in the Division 1 final at 11 a.m. Friday at the Claremont Club.
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Tazelaar dominated the opening set, registering eight kills on her 12 attacks. Defense leads Aquinas football past Oak Hills in Division 5 playoff game Elijah Monroe, Rancho Cucamonga football race past Murrieta Valley Chaffey football eliminates Claremont Carter football continues turnaround with high-scoring playoff win over Elsinore Citrus ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    I want to get a good, strong education.” So, she announced last week that she would be attending Claremont McKenna and playing for Division III Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. “I think it comes down to height,” Liebhart said of Holmes’ Division I opportunities. “She could be a phenomenal (Division I) libero, but I give her credit. She had a ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Baldy. Claremont beat Diamond Bar, Ontario and Montclair by an average score of 41-14, while Chaffey won those games by an average of 44-17. The closest of any of those six games was last week when Chaffey beat Ontario 24-20 in the Cat Bowl. That was ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    The Indians were hoping to earn a wild-card berth, but they were denied in CIF Southern Section Division XI. Teams earning at-large entries into the playoffs from the division were Pasadena (6-3), Claremont (6-4), Brentwood (7-3) and Laguna Hills (5-5). It is the fourth straight season Burroughs has not made the playoffs.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Previous: 10 Last week: defeated Claremont, 39-23 Next: at Highland, Friday, 7 p.m. 11. El Monte (10-0) Lions reached the semifinals last year, now they believe they’re ready to win it all in Division 12 as the top seed. Previous: 11 Last week: defeated South El Monte, 45-14 Next: vs. Ocean View, Friday, 7 p.m. 12. Monrovia (9-1) Wildcats ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Five additional area tennis teams received seeds in their respective divisions. Claremont (14-1) is the No. 4 seed in Division 2. The Palomares League champion opens at home Wednesday against Santiago (9-5), the Big VIII League runner-up. Montclair at Alta Loma were given the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds, respectively, for the Division 3 playoffs.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Bonita (8-2) Even though Bonita is No. 2 seed in Division 9, because it finished third in the Palomares, it will be on the road in the first round. Previous: 10 Last week: defeated Claremont, 39-23 Next: at Highland, Friday, 7 p.m. 11. El Monte (10-0) Lions got the semifinals last year, now it believes it’s ready to win it all in Division 12 ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    In addition to Los Osos, 11 other area teams earned entry in the playoffs via the at-large selection process: Santiago in Division 3; Chaparral, Damien, Great Oak and Murrieta Mesa in Division 4; Citrus Hill and Etiwanda in Division 5; Temescal Canyon in Division 8; Claremont in Division 11; and Diamond Bar and Rim of the World in Division 13.