The Wolfpacket

Do transgender athletes have an advantage in sports?

Meghan Mason, Reporter

January 28, 2020

The current generation of high school students is more inclusive and accepting of a diverse range of gender identities than any previous generation. While today’s older generations grew up in a time when there was no social recognition of the wide range of gender identities, young people today are...

Blowout games: a boon or a burden to competitive sports?

Stephen Nazareth and Charlie Warren

January 28, 2020

Stephen Nazareth - Reporter The hot sun beats down on the backs of a demoralized football team. The score: 45-0, and it is only halftime. This type of situation, while rare, is familiar for any person who has competed in sports at some point in their lives. Now, some schools are taking action to prevent...

Color guard gets a period; why are other teams different?

Color guard gets a period; why are other teams different?

Dilyn Lopez, Reporter

January 28, 2020

While the traditional notion of a class includes pencils, desks, and erasers, maybe it is time to revise that “textbook” definition to include classes without textbooks and allow antsy athletes a period to practice their sport during the school day. Many students at CHS are on sports teams, and with...

CHS athletes all have guts, but only select sports get glory

CHS athletes all have guts, but only select sports get glory

Kathryn Enriquez, Reporter

January 28, 2020

Today’s youth have options to participate in a variety of different sports from a young age, and while their interests and a wide array of sports are still present in high school, it is obvious that the popularity of individual sports among the student populace at CHS is uneven. Sports such as football...

Claremont Cross-Country Shows Support for Saugus High School

Claremont Cross-Country Shows Support for Saugus High School

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Assistant Sports Editor

December 14, 2019

Often, we feel helpless in the face of tragedy, and that we cannot do anything to make change, but we can show empathy for victims of the many menaces of the world, and make efforts to reach out — even small actions have the potential to change the world for the better, no matter how cliché it sounds....

Claremont Turkey Trot Draws Dedicated Participants Despite Rain

Meghan Mason, Reporter

December 14, 2019

The rain beat down on the Claremont sidewalks on the morning of November 28th 2019, but the town’s strongest citizens braved the harsh weather in order to compete in the city’s annual Thanksgiving Day race, the Claremont Sunrise Rotary-Turkey Trot. The yearly fundraiser, run by the Claremont Rotary...

CHS Girls Varsity Tennis Hits New Highs

Kathryn Enriquez, Reporter

December 14, 2019

Girls varsity tennis made CHS history, placing second in the CIF Division II Team Championship. For the final match, the girls faced the Woodbridge Warriors at the Claremont Club. The teams had tied on sets at 9-9 with the tiebreaker determined by the won games. In a narrow finish the Warriors edged...

Claremont Cross-Country Celebrates Another Season of Success

Dilyn Lopez, Reporter

December 14, 2019

Claremont’s beloved cross-country team has had their fair share of wins this season. Throughout the summer and fall, they put much time and effort to succeed in the sport that they love. To cap off their season, the girls’ team placed seventh at the Nov. 30th CIF State Championships, led by junior...

Fall Sports CIF

November 19, 2019

Football Varsity Football has an overall record of 6 wins and 3 losses and conference record of 6 wins and 2 losses. The team qualified for CIF but sadly lost to the first seed Chaffey High in the first round. Cross-Country Varsity Boys’ league record of 60 wins and 0 losses Varsity Girls’ league record of 58 wins and 2 losses Both t...

Mysteries with Meghan: The Deceptive Duality of CHS’ Coaching

Meghan Mason, Reporter

November 19, 2019

Here at The Wolfpacket, committed investigative reporters work day and night to solve mysteries that have perplexed CHS students for years. This month, The Wolfpacket investigates a question that is always in the back of athletes’ minds: why do coaches act the way they do, and how can they be both...

Mrs. Castillo: The Only Female PE Teacher, Now Making CHS History

Ady Bolinger, Reporter

November 18, 2019

For the first time in CHS history, CHS has only one female PE teacher: Coach Rosalinda Castillo. With all of the responsibility of the girls’ locker room resting on Castillo’s shoulders, extra stress for Brenda Moore (the beloved CHS proctor), and the safety of the girls in the locker room in question,...

Mr. Pettibone: Beloved Physics Teacher and Dedicated Marathoner

Mr. Pettibone: Beloved Physics Teacher and Dedicated Marathoner

Stephen Nazareth, Reporter

November 18, 2019

Many students know Ryan Pettibone as a physics teacher on campus, but outside of the classroom he is an avid runner. Pettibone frequently participates in and trains for marathons. On Nov. 9, he competed in the Revel Big Bear Marathon, which takes participants over a scenic route through the San Bernardino...

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