All Girls Water Polo Teams Win League

Player Rosalie Rauenzahn pushes through the water.

On Wednesday Varsity Girls Water Polo won against Santa Maria High School in their own pool. Santa Maria and Morro Bay were tied ending the fourth quarter at 4-4. Since the game was tied they went to over time receiving two extra quarters. Santa Maria scored the first point in overtime. Morro Bay later scored a fifth point making the game tied again. Morro Bay scored another point, ending the game with the final score of 6-5.

The record for girls Varsity was 15-4. Nipomo High School was Morro Bay’s rival this year. The first team they played against Nipomo Morro Bay lost to them by 1 or 2 points. The second time  they won by six points being eligible to be in first place. Lillianna Castaneda was extremely shocked and happy after finding out that they had won first place in league. Castaneda was asked how she thought her team would do in the CIF, she replied, “As long as we work really hard and help each other we can get pretty far.”

JV girls Water Polo played last Saturday against Santa Maria and Pioneer Valley. Both games were at Pioneer Valley. JV girls also won first place in league with a score of 20-0 against Pioneer Valley and 12-2 against Santa Maria. This year JV went undefeated. Lilly Marshall described her team as being super happy, loud, and enthusiastic. Marshall was also asked how she thought her team would do in the CIF, she replied, “ Good, we get along pretty well.” For both these teams, this was accompanied by their first league win in Morro Bay High School history.

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