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Weekly Sports Roundup

Boys Basketball is off to a great start this season with an overall record of 6-3. The whole team is steadily improving and contributing. The Wolves finished 2nd place in the San Gabriel Tournament last week, losing to Eastside HS 47-48! Bouncing back from that tough loss, they beat St. Bonaventure on Saturday 58-52 and will be looking to improve on their record Tuesday vs Marshall HS. The Wolves will start league play this Thursday as they travel to Chadwick.

Girls Basketball won their first tournament of the year over Thanksgiving break, going undefeated in the Muir Invitational Tournament. They followed that up by winning their last two non-league games over Milken Community School 86-27 and Mark Keppel 65-61. The Wolves are currently competing in the Covina High School Tournament, where they won their first match over Sierra Vista 65-16 with everyone in their line-up contributing to the team’s success. Their next tournament game will be vs Wilson HS on Wednesday, December 7.  

Boys Soccer season started last week, and they lost two close games: first to La Salle High School by a score of 3-4 and to St. Francis High School 0-2. In both games, they played well and had their chances to score but just came up short. The Wolves had a great bounce-back game Monday where they beat Duarte High School 7-0 in a match that saw all players get meaningful minutes. The Wolves will start league play this Friday when they travel to Chadwick.

Girls Soccer played their first match of the year last week and came out on top as they beat Temple City 2-1 in a very hard-fought game. With the game tied 1-1, both teams had chances to score, but it was the Wolves who were able to capitalize on a free kick late in the game to seal the win! The Wolves will start their league play this week against Westridge on Wednesday and Chadwick on Friday. Both will be played at home on the Memorial Field at 3:15 pm.

Girls Water Polo is off to a 3-3 record and just competed in the Claremont High School Water Polo Tournament where they won their first two games, beating Heritage High School 17-2 and then facing Burbank High School later that night once again winning 17-4. The Wolves had a heartbreaking loss in the first game on Saturday when they played Ramona High School, losing in extra time 5-6. The team played well despite being shorthanded with a few missing players. The Wolves will play their first two league games at home this week, Tuesday vs Mayfield and Friday vs Poly.