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Girl’s water polo plays for first place in League

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Girl’s water polo plays for first place in League

Senior Kaya Ortega passes the ball. Photo courtesy of Brian Crowe.

Senior Kaya Ortega passes the ball. Photo courtesy of Brian Crowe.

Senior Kaya Ortega passes the ball. Photo courtesy of Brian Crowe.

Senior Kaya Ortega passes the ball. Photo courtesy of Brian Crowe.

Megan Kim, Staff Writer

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The FUHS varsity girls’ water polo team beat Troy High School 11-8 on Tuesday thanks to the top scorers of the game: senior Kaya Ortega (4), sophomore Sophie Zener (2) and junior Erica Barton (2). This is the first time any of the current varsity players have beaten Troy.

This win not only earned them a guaranteed spot in CIF, but a chance to play for the first place spot in League.

The team will take on Sunny Hills High School tonight in hopes of earning the title of League Champions.

Come out and support girls varsity water polo tonight at Sunny Hills High School at 7 p.m.!

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Megan Kim, Copy/Opinion Editor

Class of 2019. Varsity golf captain. NHS Secretary. G2 pen enthusiast. Passionate about spreading love and kindess to the world. "Those who stand for nothing,...

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