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The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

Photo courtesy of Nicole Giles

CHS welcome new soccer coach Nicole Giles

Callum Stewart-Glavin, Reporter November 18, 2022

Nicole Giles, previously the assistant varsity coach for girls soccer, has been promoted to Co-Head coach of girls varsity soccer this year. Giles attended CHS as a high schooler. She played on CHS’s...

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Athlete of the month: Cassidy Allen

Kate Mitchell, Reporter November 18, 2022

Cassidy Allen is one of the few extremely dedicated female wrestlers on the co-ed CHS team. With the exception of her sophomore year (due to the COVID-19 pandemic) Allen has participated in two years of...

Boys Water Polo Dominates Division 1 Tournament

Boys Water Polo Dominates Division 1 Tournament

Kyle Chen, Reporter November 18, 2022

Water polo is one of the only sports not played on solid land. The sport requires an intricate skill set, including the endurance, stamina, speed, and strength to swim up and down a 25-30 meter pool. It...

Badminton + Tennis = Pickleball

Badminton + Tennis = Pickleball

Jocelyn Hannan, Reporter November 18, 2022

When talking about a fun outdoor activity, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Walking a dog, playing football, having a picnic? An uncommon activity among them is none other than…pickleball....

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Athlete of the Month: Star Quarterback Nathan Giles

Lorenzo Cano, Reporter October 21, 2022

Under bright Friday night lights, a crowd of hundreds has their eyes on one player: Quarterback Nathan Giles. His every throw dictates how the game will go for the Wolfpack. In his attempts to move the...

CHS Student-Athletes conflicted with a “PACK”ed schedule

Kate Mitchell, Reporter October 21, 2022

Many students at CHS are student-athletes, and with only so many hours in a day, these students are forced to choose between their extracurriculars and school work. Most sports teams in and out of high...

Obscure sports clubs at CHS

Obscure sports clubs at CHS

Callum Stewart-Glavin, Reporter October 21, 2022

Sports are inherently a major part of the high school experience. Students must either take a second year of P.E. or complete four seasons of a sport in order to get P.E. credits. Many are familiar with...

Allumini Dillion Tate

Alumnus nominated for award

Cheng Hao Li, Reporter October 21, 2022

Normally athletes are known for what they achieve on the field, but not what they do off of it. Dillon Tate is one of those special athletes whose accomplishments extend beyond athletics. He is quietly...

Drum major: Max Dvorak September Athlete of the Month

Drum major: Max Dvorak September Athlete of the Month

Lorenzo Cano, Reporter September 30, 2022

A grandiose symphony of music, a glorious combination of woodwinds, brass, and percussion all conducted by one head drum major: Max Dvorak. Being the head drum major, there lies a great responsibility...

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Serena Williams Leaves Tennis

Kat Griswold and Natalie DeWees September 30, 2022

On Friday, September 2nd at the 2022 US Open, Serena Williams competed in what will likely be her final professional tennis match. In August, Williams wrote an article for Vogue in which she announced...

Girls Tennis is off to a Successful Start

Girls Tennis is off to a Successful Start

Areesh Zaidi, Reporter September 30, 2022

When thinking of the Girls Varsity Tennis team, one can just about hear the sound of neon, green tennis balls bouncing against the cement of the tennis courts at Claremont High School, and players running...

Cricket: An Underrated Sport

Naisaa Khedia, Reporter September 30, 2022

The ball zooms ferociously towards the batter, hitting the ground before the commentator screams sixer! Screams roar through the stadium, celebrating the winning country. The same screams echo through...

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