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Girls varsity soccer wins last game of the season

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David Jung
Girls varsity soccer wins their last game of the season before moving on to CIF.

On Wednesday, January 31, girls varsity soccer won their game against Claremont High School, 4-1. This game was both team’s last match of the season, excluding CIF, and it was Claremont’s senior night. This sets Ayala’s final record at 12-6-2 overall, and 6-3-1 in the Palomares League. Claremont’s final record is 12-7-3 overall, and 4-5-1 in the league.

As the first half started, both teams had something on the line that they desperately wanted. Ayala’s goal was to make it to CIF, which was something they wanted to achieve from the start of the season. Claremont’s goal was to win this game as it was their senior night and one last victory would be a successful way to end the season. This being said, each team gave it their all and were able to score one goal on each other, setting the score at halftime at 1-1.

As the second half began, both teams were eager to take the win home. However, Ayala was able to score three goals, putting them in the lead. On the other hand, Claremont was not able to score. This set the final score at 4-1, with Ayala taking the win.

Since this was the last game of the season, final placements were allocated in the league. Ayala came in second, and Claremont came in fourth throughout the six teams in the league. 



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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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David Jung (10) is a writer for the Bulldog Times, and this is his 1st year on staff. David hopes to write articles for future members to read and for them to write stories that will surpass his own. He looks forward to seeing how the process will work out and seeing all members in action. He is also part of the Ayala Tennis team, being in J.V . In his free time, he enjoys playing video games, listening to music, making model kits, reading all kinds of books, eating many sweets, and taking good naps (if he can in the first place).
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