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Denise Chen runs a 1600-meter race against Alta Loma on May 4, which she won, gliding past her competition.

Freshman Denise Chen experiences immediate stardom on the Claremont running scene

Boushra Bettir, Reporter May 10, 2021

Denise Chen is a locally well-known runner who has been making her mark these past couple of years in club, middle school, and now high school running. Chen is currently a freshman at CHS who has been...

#FreeSedona: Oregon Women’s Basketball star Sedona Prince sues NCAA

#FreeSedona: Oregon Women’s Basketball star Sedona Prince sues NCAA

Casey Shoultz and Ady Bolinger May 10, 2021
“If you aren’t upset about this problem, then you’re a part of it,” she concluded.
The team walks onto the field at an away game.

Football ends long drought with undefeated 2021 season

David Begazo, Reporter May 10, 2021

  After 17 seasons without the trophy, the CHS football team are once again the top dogs after defeating Chaffey 38-0 in the San Antonio League championship game, capping off a dominant season...

Unjust, transphobic legislation segregates transgender athletes

Unjust, transphobic legislation segregates transgender athletes

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter May 10, 2021

Transgender athletes’ rights are under attack as five states have implemented a bill banning transgender women from playing on women’s sports teams, and 34 more aim to follow. With this discriminatory...

Tennis times: April 23rd recap

Cheng Li Han, Tennis Reporter May 10, 2021

On Friday, April 23rd, Claremont High School played Glendora High School. The team never lost a single set. In singles, #1 Josh Bonner won both of his sets 7-5 and 6-4, and #2 shingles Xabi Glovsky...

An exploration of the relationship between mental health and sports

An exploration of the relationship between mental health and sports

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter April 19, 2021

The relationship between playing sports and physical health is cut and dry; those who play sports are, on the whole, healthier. However, the connection between athletes and mental health is far more obscure....

A picture speaks a thousand words: evidence of disparities between softball and baseball batting cages

A picture speaks a thousand words: evidence of disparities between softball and baseball batting cages

Meghan Mason, News Editor April 19, 2021

The following photos show CHS softball’s only batting cage in comparison with the adjacent JV baseball batting cage. The softball batting cage net is full of holes, meaning it does not stop balls...

In-person PE; not a priority

In-person PE; not a priority

Izzy Thomas, Reporter April 19, 2021

Three words: PE, Locker, Room— widely known as one of the grossest places on the planet and defined by Urban Dictionary as “the most awkward place in school.” Anyone who has attended public school...

Tennis times: April recap

Cheng Li Han, Tennis Reporter April 19, 2021

Claremont played Etiwanda on Thursday, April 1st, the week before spring break. The team came ready to play, and played really well. In singles, #1 Josh Bonner, #2 Xabi Glovsky and #3 Reginald Wang...

art | Galen Adolph

Wellness and the outdoors: spend some time with “yo’ mamma” Nature

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Sports Editor March 22, 2021

After finishing their homework for the day, a student grabs a pair of shoes and steps outside to go for a walk. Perhaps it is the absence of their homework load, the exposure to the elements, or the perception...

The pack beat Chino Hills 28-0 last Friday.

The pack is back: some competitions, practices begin after yearlong hiatus

Izzy Thomas, Reporter March 22, 2021

With the start of second semester and the consistent decrease in LA County COVID-19 cases, CHS sports have been slowly returning to the games and practices athletes have had to miss so much of this...

Cross-country runners round a turn during their dual meet against Bonita High School on March 6.

Up and running, cross-country becomes first athletic team to be back competing

Sequoia Clark, Features Editor March 22, 2021

On Feb. 20, staggered out along the length of Ayala High School’s football field, and roughly six feet apart, 36 runners assumed their positions along a makeshift starting line. The stands are empty,...

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