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Sports Roundup: October 25

Girls cross country ran at the Mt. San Antonio College Invitational last week, finishing fifth in the varsity standings. This was the final tune-up race before league finals. The team is currently ranked 12th in CIF and will look to qualify for the CIF prelims this Saturday when they race in the Prep League finals at Pierce College. Races start at 8 a.m., so head out to support the team! 

Boys cross country ran in the Mt. San Antonio College Invitational last week. The team had a great day and finished first in the varsity event. Four of our runners finished in the top 11. This is the perfect time to shine as the runners look to qualify for the CIF prelims at 8 a.m. this Saturday in the Prep League finals at Pierce College. Please come support the team! 

The football team traveled to Sage Hill to play in a third straight Homecoming road game of the season. The Wolves had already spoiled the previous two and wanted to make it three in a row. The Wolves came out slow and Sage Hill took advantage with a 14-point lead going into halftime. However, the Wolves would not be denied as they outscored Sage Hill 33 to 6 in the second half! The Wolves remain undefeated and are ranked No.1 going into their Homecoming game this Friday night vs Chadwick at 6 p.m. We would love to see everyone out there cheering on the Wolves in hopes of winning a league title! 

The girls tennis team played three games last week and went 2-1. The Wolves started off beating Poly 12-6 and kept their hopes of a league title alive. The next game was at Chadwick where the Wolves tied in sets 9-9. After tallying all of the games, Flintridge Prep lost 66-76. The Wolves then played Providence in their senior night game and won 17-1. This win clinched the tie for the first girls tennis league championship in school history!Congratulations to the whole team and coaching staff. We now await the CIF playoff draw to see who we play next Tuesday in the first round of playoffs! 

Boys water polo beat La Salle last Wednesday 22-11, bouncing back from a loss the previous day in a big way. The game featured strong contributions from all members of the team. The Wolves then played in the Ayala Varsity Tournament over the weekend. The team went 1-3 playing several strong teams, and we know this will help us when the playoffs roll around. The Wolves played their senior night game on Tuesday, October 24 against Chadwick, beating them 12-11 and securing a second-place league finish! The playoff draw will come out this weekend, and the boys may have a home game for the first round. 

Girls volleyball finished league play in third place and headed to the playoffs looking good! The Wolves played Santa Fe High School on the road and battled from start to finish. In every game, Santa Fe got to 20 first and the Wolves were able to battle back and win all three games, winning the match 3-0. This was the Wolves' first playoff win since 2005! The team then went to Culver City for the second-round game on Saturday. The Wolves, hampered by injury, played hard, but the defensive play of Culver City proved to be the difference. The Wolves eventually fell 0-3. I want to thank all the girls on the team this year for an outstanding season with 18 wins, which is the most wins since 1998! We thank all the seniors who have given so much over the last four years and wish you luck as you head to college next year!