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Sports Round Up: September 13, 2023
Football team celebrates on the field

Boys cross country ran at the Laguna Beach Invitational last Saturday and did quite well. 9th grade took first place, 10th grade took fourth place of 11, and 11th and 12th grades did not have enough runners to field a team, but the runners still put up some good times. The next race will be the Prep League cluster meet on Tuesday, September 19 in Long Beach.

Girls cross country ran in the Laguna Beach Invitational on Saturday; despite the hot temperatures, they had a solid day. Four girls finished in the top 25 for their grade levels and several others recorded solid times. The next race will be the Prep League cluster meet on Tuesday, September 19 in Long Beach.

Football hosted Mammoth High School on Friday night. The team started the game a little slow and both teams scored early. However, the Wolves were able to put together a few scoring drives in the second quarter to pull away. In the end, the Wolves won the game 54-29, improving their record to 3-0 for the season. Their next game will be at Thatcher on Saturday, September 23 at 2 p.m. 

Girls tennis won all three matches last week! The Wolves started the year on a 3-0 run, including their last win over Flintridge Sacred Heart on Friday. They played a solid game and never looked back after the first serve, winning the match 16-2. Their next match will be Tuesday, September 23, 3:45 p.m. vs. Westridge at John Muir High School as they start league play.

Girls volleyball played two league matches last week. They traveled to Chadwick on Wednesday where they came out on fire, winning 3-0 and not giving up more than 17 points in any game. They then traveled to Westridge where they unfortunately fell 0-3 in a tough match. This brings their overall record to 9-4 and league record to 3-3. Their next game will be on Tuesday, September 19, 4:45 p.m. at Rio Hondo.

Boys water polo played two games last week. First, they went on the road and lost a tough game to Temple City 12-14 in a great battle. They then came home to host St. Francis on Friday, and this game was one of the best the Wolves have played this year, winning 22-12. This brings the Wolves' overall record to 5-5. Their next game will be on Tuesday, September 19, 3:30 p.m. at Glendale High School.