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    Boys Varsity Soccer

    Post  katherinebay on Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:19 am

    Soccer isn’t about winning, or about scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around for that matter; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The boys varsity soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The boys varsity soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard for them to tell whether their season ahead of them was looking dim or bright because of their unanimous score. On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Salle’s territory, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses.

    On Dec. 21, the boys varsity soccer team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    After being fully rested during the winter break, the team came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team had Burbank as their opponent, in which they tied 4-4. The boys varsity soccer team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover too, when they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the boys varsity soccer team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1.

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    Re: Boys Varsity Soccer

    Post  ashleychi on Thu Feb 04, 2010 12:44 pm

    EDIT 1

    Soccer isn’t about winning, or about scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around for that matter; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The boys varsity soccer [Boys Varsity Soccer] team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The boys varsity soccer boys varsity soccer [Boys Varsity Soccer] team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard for them to tell whether their season ahead of them was looking dim or bright because of [change to 'based on'] their unanimous score. On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Salle’s territory [just say 'La Salle'], hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses.

    On Dec. 21, the boys varsity soccer [delete] team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    After being fully rested during the winter break, the team came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team had Burbank as their opponent [change to 'played against Burbank'] which they tied 4-4. The boys varsity soccer [delete] team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover too, when they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the boys varsity soccer team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1..

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    Post  katherinebay on Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:33 pm

    Soccer isn’t about winning, or about scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around for that matter; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The boys varsity soccer Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard for them to tell whether their season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program galled Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year,” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    After being fully rested during the winter break, the team came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover too, when they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the Boys Varsity Soccer team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1.

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    Re: Boys Varsity Soccer

    Post  ashleychi on Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:57 pm

    EDIT 2

    Soccer isn’t about winning, or about scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around [rewrite as 'Soccer isn't about winning, scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around']for that matter [delete]; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The boys varsity soccer [delete] Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard for them to tell whether their season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program galled Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year,” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    After being fully rested during the winter break, the team came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover too, when they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the Boys Varsity Soccer team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1..

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    Re: Boys Varsity Soccer

    Post  katherinebay on Fri Feb 05, 2010 8:20 pm

    Soccer isn't about winning, scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard for them to tell whether their season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program galled Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year,” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    After being fully rested during the winter break, the team came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover too, when they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the Boys Varsity Soccer team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1. On Feb. 3, the team played against Burroughs and lost 0-3 while their game against Muir resulted in yet another loss of 1-3.

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    Post  ashleychi on Sun Feb 07, 2010 12:23 am

    EDIT 3

    Soccer isn't about winning, scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard for them [delete] to tell whether their [replace with 'the'] season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program galled [called] Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year,” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    After being fully rested during the winter break, the team came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover too, when [change to 'Hoover, where'] they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the Boys Varsity Soccer [delete] team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1. On Feb. 3, the team played against Burroughs and lost 0-3 while their game against Muir resulted in yet another loss of 1-3.. [?]

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    Post  katherinebay on Mon Feb 08, 2010 12:11 am

    Soccer isn't about winning, scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard to tell whether the season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program called Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year,” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    After being fully rested during the winter break, the team came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover, where they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1. On Feb. 3, the team played against Burroughs and lost 0-3 while their game against Muir resulted in yet another loss of 1-3.

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    Re: Boys Varsity Soccer

    Post  ashleychi on Mon Feb 08, 2010 12:54 pm

    EDIT 4

    Soccer isn't about winning, scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard to tell whether the season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program called Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year, [no comma]” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    After being fully rested during the winter break [awk], the team came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover, where they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1. On Feb. 3, the team played against Burroughs and lost 0-3 while their game against Muir resulted in yet another loss of 1-3.

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    Post  katherinebay on Mon Feb 08, 2010 9:47 pm

    Soccer isn't about winning, scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard to tell whether the season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program called Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team had a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    The team took winter break as a time to recuperate from all of the stressful games and came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover, where they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1. On Feb. 3, the team played against Burroughs and lost 0-3 while their game against Muir resulted in yet another loss of 1-3.

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    Post  ashleychi on Tue Feb 09, 2010 12:32 pm

    EDIT 5

    Soccer isn't about winning, scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard to tell whether the season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program called Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team had [replace with '[participated in'] a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    The team took winter break as a time to recuperate from all of the stressful games [delete] and came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover, where they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1. On Feb. 3, the team played against Burroughs and lost 0-3 while their game against Muir resulted in yet another loss of 1-3

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    Re: Boys Varsity Soccer

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:44 pm

    FINAL

    Soccer isn't about winning, scoring goals, or even kicking a ball around; it’s about teamwork, stamina, and improvement. The Boys Varsity Soccer team exemplifies all of this as they kicked off to a new season.

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team started off their season against La Salle on Dec. 3, tying 0-0. It was hard to tell whether the season ahead of them was looking dim or bright based on their unanimous score. Soon after this game, the team went to Camp Pendelton so they could take part in a program called Camp Goals. Senior Tyler Chan said, “It was meant to form bonds between our teammates, as we worked together to meet a common goal. The camp made our team stronger and a more cohesive unit.”

    On Dec. 7, the team played against Maranatha and defeated them 3-0. One day later, the team traveled to La Cañada, hoping to beat them to turn their previous win into a winning streak. Sadly, their ends just didn’t meet when they brutally lost 1-5. Their next competitor was Bishop Amat, where they tied 1-1. The team then had a tied game of 2-2 against Hoover and had a loss of 0-1 against Pasadena. Up until this point into the season, their scores have fluctuated greatly as their results rolled back and forth on a scale of wins and losses. Junior Andrew Chin said that he “expects to win their conference next year” with a hopeful attitude.

    On Dec. 21, the team participated in a Monrovia tournament against Gladstone and had yet another loss of 1-2. That same day, they had a game against Rowland and continued their losing streak when they scored 2-4. The next day, the team regained their strength and won 3-0 against Ontario Christian.

    The team took winter break as a time to recuperate and came back into the season stronger than ever. Their game against Burbank was successful when they beat them 3-0. Sadly, their scores just went downhill from there. On Jan. 11, the team played against Burbank which they tied 4-4. The team then lost 0-1 against Muir,1-3 against Glendale, and 1-2 against Cresenta Valley. The team didn’t have such great hopes for their game against Hoover, where they took a tough loss of 0-1. Pasadena was their next competitor on Jan. 27 where they tied 2-2. Two days later, the team finally had a triumphant win against Burbank with a score of 4-1. On Feb. 3, the team played against Burroughs and lost 0-3 while their game against Muir resulted in yet another loss of 1-3.

    The recent rain storm took its toll by putting the team down in the dumps for their game against Glendale. With that said, their accounted loss of 1-4 certainly brought the team’s self-esteem even lower. Their last game of the season was against CV and the team scored ___. To make matters even worse, their overall score this season was 4-10-4 and unfortunately the team did not qualify for this year’s CIF. Hopefully next year, the team will get their act together and make our school proud.

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