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Ayala Boys’ Water Polo seals victory against the Olympian High School Eagles

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Aniya Grant
Bulldogs in the boys varsity water polo wins an amazing game against Olympian High School.

On October 7, boys’ varsity water polo won their match 16-6 against the Olympian High School Eagles. This is Ayala’s 9th game of the season, and prior to this game, their record was set at 5-3. 

The first quarter determined that this was going to be a rough match for both of the teams. However, Ayala pushed through, scoring four goals, whereas the Eagles scored three. Ayala merely took the lead with the score by the end of the quarter set at 4-3. 

As the second quarter began, once again both teams presented themselves to be competitive, but Ayala was still in the lead following an additional three goals scored this quarter. The Eagles followed close behind scoring two goals during this time. By the end of the quarter, the score was set at 7-5, with Ayala in the lead. 

In the third quarter, Ayala scored three more goals, putting them further ahead in the game. The Eagles scored a single goal, but still presented themselves to be a tough challenge for Ayala. By the end of the quarter, the score was 10-6, with Ayala still maintaining the lead. 

The fourth and last quarter would seal the victory for Ayala as they scored six goals within this time. This made the final score 16-6, with Ayala taking the win. 

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Aniya Grant, Staff Member
Aniya Grant (9) is a staff member for The Bulldog Times, and this is her first year on staff. She looks forward to gaining more experience in student journalism, and building new relationships around campus. Aniya hopes to learn more about the students of Ayala through her writing, and is excited to collaborate with her peers to fully experience the art of journalism. In her free time, she enjoys baking and encouraging her mom to try her new concoctions. She also loves playing soccer with her friends and teammates, and she has been playing for 6 years as of now.
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