DB Boys Soccer Loses First Match


Emily Kim, Asst. Sports Editor

The Diamond Bar High School soccer team’s winning streak was broken on Tuesday by the Claremont Wolfpack.

In their second match against the Wolfpack, the Brahmas hoped to have a repeat of their winning game in January but instead lost with a score of 3-0.

The game was marred by an altercation that broke out amongst the Brahmas and a Claremont player. Coaches and players soon broke up the fight but tension remained high.

According to soccer players, five seniors were suspended from school over an incident that occurred in the locker room after the game.

When coach Kemp Wells was asked about the game he refused a reporter’s request for a comment on the altercation.

“So in the game the only thing you care about is the fight? So you’re going to write an article just about a fight?” Wells said.

“So listen very carefully. That’s the reason why things like that happen because people like you who are reporting only care about the fight. We’re still in first place but you just care about a fight. OK, so you can hit the road,” Wells said.

Diamond Bar remains first in league with a 7-1 record, tied with Claremont, and hopes to recover from Tuesday’s loss against the Bonita Bearcats.