Girls Volleyball shocker: Claremont stuns No. 1 St. Lucy’s in sweeping fashion, 25-22, 27-17, 25-22

The skinny: Claremont (13-6, 4-2) handed St. Lucy’s (14-4, 5-1) its first league loss as the Wolfpack beat the Regents 25-22, 25-17, 25-22. Briana Holes scored 12 kills, Ariana Holmes scored 11 kills and Rylee Jackson had 30 assists and 10 digs for Claremont.

Other Scores
Sierra League

Chino Hills 3, Ayala 2
Hacienda League
Diamond Bar 3, Diamond Ranch 0
Los Altos 3, Rowland 1
Montview
Gladstone 3, Sierra Vista 0
Azusa 3, Duarte 0
Bassett 3, Workman 2
La Puente 3, Ganesho o
Valle Vista League
Covina 3, Wilson 1

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  • Go Regents

    What happened? How did St. Lucy’s fold?

  • patrick

    Perhaps its not that St.lucys folded, but rather Claremont is not as bad you think they were???

  • Go Regents

    No. I am pretty sure Claremont is nowhere as good which is why they lost in 3 when they were at St. Lucy’s.

    Back to my question. Was someone hurt? Did we play backups? What happened?

  • Go Wolfpack!

    Wow!! Give credit where credit is due!! you think the only way claremont could win is if lucy’s was missing players??!! ALL of lucys starters were playing!! Claremont dominated the match start to finish!!

  • patrick

    Claremont 3, Chino Hills 0

    Claremont (14-5, 5-2) swept Chino Hills (19-8, 4-3) 25-20, 25-16, 25-23. Taylor Scott had 17 kills, Briana Holmes had 12 kills and Rylee Jackson had 37 assists for the Wolfpack. Karly Shockey had 13 kills and Shelley Anderson had 32 assists for the Huskies. ….

    Go Regents??….Still convinced that Claremont is NO good as you stated above??

  • http://www.insidesocal.com/tribpreps/2011/10/girls-volleybal-51.html volleyball stuffer

    You’re wrong about that Go Regents. Claremont played an amazing match AND is a much better team than the one we swept earlier in the season. Don’t be surprised to see them take second in the Sierra, if not vie for first. As for what happened to Lucy’s that day? No fingers to point. The entire team was off their game. It happens. It just makes the Tuesday Lucy’s-Chino Hills match all the more interesting…