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Early Graduate Austin Receives Full-Ride Football Scholarship to USC

CHS football coaches (from left to right) Terrance Lynch, Mike Collins, Ryan Campuzano, and Shane Hile stand behind graduated senior Jordan Austin (center). Austin signed to USC on Dec. 19 in the health room at CHS and has already started his football career at USC.

Chrissie Meyer, Kelly Meyer, Reporters

February 2, 2014

  At the end of June 2013, senior Jordan Austin received a full-ride football scholarship to the University of Southern California (USC). Although Austin was also recruited by Washington State, Notre Dame University, Stanford University, and University of California, Los Angeles, he ult...

Pickleball Becomes Brand New Frontier in Racquet Sports at CHS

Freshman Jesse De La O swings his racquet in an attempt to hit the wiffleball in a pickleball match.

Michelle Wang, Reporter

February 2, 2014

Forget tennis and forgo badminton. Pickleball is moving through the nation one shortened tennis court at a time. Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines the gameplay of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. The game itself is relatively new, and has been introduced to select PE classes at CHS. PE...

Bivans Seas the Opportunity to Row Competitively

Kikesa Kimbwala, Reporter

February 2, 2014

As most sports require students to stay on school grounds for practices long after school hours, junior Hannah Bivans is on a team that requires a large body of water, a racing boat, and an hour commute to her practice. For over a year, Bivans has participated in the sport of rowing, also known as ...

Cornell Rebounds as Basketball Coach

Cornell Rebounds as Basketball Coach

Mohi Andrabi, Reporter

February 2, 2014

After taking a two year break from coaching, assistant varsity coach Aaron Cornell has returned to assist the varsity boys basketball team in making a run at CIF Championships. Aside from having to adjust to an altered style of play and new players, Cornell is excited for a new season with the Wolf...

Claremont Pilgrim Pacers Stress the Importance of Exercise

Grace (left) and Bill (right) Moremen enjoy staying active by race-walking.

Kelly Meyer, Reporter

January 24, 2014

No matter what age a person may be, exercise always remains an important part of life. Exercising is an essential part of having a healthy lifestyle, and Claremont senior citizens Bill and Grace Moremen have the expertise of keeping active. For over 25 years, the Moremens have trained and compe...

Newly Found Knee Ligament Gives Hope to Injured Athletes

Senior Luke Englebert injured his ACL during his Cross Country race this season. Englebert is optimistic about the ALL discovery.

Chrissie Meyer, Reporter

January 9, 2014

This past October, orthopedic surgeons from the University Hospitals Leuven in Belgium discovered a new ligament during a knee dissection, as reported by the Journal of Anatomy. The ligament, the Anterolateral Ligament (ALL), should be able to help doctors understand more about how the knee works a...

Alumni Umansky and Minaie Bring Their Passion for Soccer to CHS

Alumni Jason Umansky (left) and Paymon Minaie (right) are both coaches for the CHS boys soccer teams. Umansky is assistant for JV, and Minaie is the assistant for Frosh/Soph.

Jacob Landsberg, Reporter

January 8, 2014

After playing with the CHS boys soccer team last year, alumni Jason Umansky and Paymon Minaie hope to continue their CHS legacies by coaching boys soccer at CHS. Former two-year varsity player Umansky and former one-year varsity player Minaie both graduated from CHS last year and decided to come back t...

New Girls’ Volleyball Coaches Serve Up Experience and Energy to CHS

From left to right: New CHS volleyball coaches Mainor Ramos, Kate Daniels, and Alan Comerford pose together.

Phumanee Nosavan, Reporter

October 17, 2013

The freshman, JV, and varsity girls’ volleyball teams are starting the school year off with new coaches. Alan Comerford, Kate Daniels, and Mainor Ramos are experienced in handling new players to become ideal team players. Although each of the coaches have their own individual set of goals as well as practic...

Claremont Crazies Celebrate the Spirit of CHS Pack Pride

Claremont Crazies Celebrate the Spirit of CHS Pack Pride

Gavin Derleth, Reporter

October 17, 2013

The Claremont Crazies make themselves known at various school events with the sea of maroon and black as well as the constant cheering and chanting. The student section at any CHS event is fittingly called the Claremont Crazies section, and they can be seen wearing a mix of wolfpack gear and of course,...

Cheer Coach Resigns Midseason; Govea to Fill the Position

Cesar Govea stepped in to help coach the varsity cheer team when they were temporarily without an adviser. Govea was named the new official varsity cheer coach on Friday, Oct. 11, and has already started working with the talented team.

Savannah Daniels, Reporter

October 17, 2013

After a year and a half of service at CHS, varsity cheerleading coach Heather Holland resigned from her position. On Oct. 4, her varsity replacement was announced as Cesar Govea, and the new junior varsity coach as Katrina Clemente. The future cheer adviser is to be announced in November. The varsity coach...

A Morning Cup O’ Joe Causes A Latte Damage to the Student

Michelle Wang, Reporter

October 17, 2013

Whether it be from a Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino or a quick Monster energy drink, children and teens consume caffeine at a crazed pace. Over the past 30 years, young adults’ and childrens’ average consumption rate of caffeine has increased by more than 70%. Several studies have shown the ill effe...

Athletes Hope Sochi Olympics Changes Mindset of Russian Leaders

Michelle Wang, Reporter

September 27, 2013

The Russian anti-gay crackdown has begun. Students watching the Olympics should take into account the following. With the upcoming 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, many issues have been brought to the spotlight concerning Russia’s prominent anti-gay stance. Russia’s president, Vladmir Putin, has...

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