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Girls Water Polo Update

Daniel Ho, Sports Reporter

The girls water polo team lost their most recent game against Palisades high school 20-3. They currently have a 1-3 overall record, and a 1-2 league record, playing in Western league, one of the toughest leagues in the city. They are still working hard to improve from last years 1-10 overall record and 1-6 record in league.

“We need more team dedication to improve, but our team chemistry and our ability to execute plays better has improved a lot,” says goalie Ali Diaz. “We want to make it at least to the semi finals of playoffs this year.”

This year’s team has a good chance of making it there. Many members play club water polo outside of school, and some members even made it to the junior olympics.  Be sure to keep an eye out for the girl’s Water Polo team as they continue to progress throughout their season. Their next home game will be against San Pedro high school on January 14 at 3:00 pm.

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