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Girls’ Varsity Water Polo triumphs over Chino Cowboys

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Abby Le
The Bulldogs were able to secure the victory in a high-scoring game against the Chino High School Cowboys.

On Friday, the Ayala Bulldogs took on the Chino Cowboys during both schools’ Senior Night matchup. The Bulldogs took the victory, winning 17-12, putting their record at 9-16.

The Bulldogs were off to a great start, taking the first quarter 5-1. The Cowboys were able to put one goal on the board, due to a five-meter shot. Ultimately, the Bulldogs pulled away quickly, scoring five of their own and establishing an early lead in the game.

Ayala and Chino Hills lined up next to the water for their final sign-off of the season—the final sign-off of their high school careers for the seniors. (Abby Le)

In the second quarter, the Bulldogs continued to pull away, scoring seven more goals and putting them up at 10 points. On the other side, Chino scored another two points, putting them at three points total. The game was set at 10-3 at halftime, the Bulldogs with a heavy lead.

At the start of the second half, the Cowboys saw sights of a comeback, as they scored five goals in the third quarter. Ayala was able to add three more points onto their lead, sufficient enough to avoid a late-game comeback from Chino. Going into the final quarter, the score was 13-8 in favor of Ayala.

In the final quarter, the Bulldogs scored another four goals to round out their victory. The Cowboys were able to put up final efforts, scoring four themselves, but the game ultimately went to Ayala with a final score of 17-12.



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Abby Le, Staff Member
Abby Le (12) is a reporter for The Bulldog Times, and this is her first year on staff. This year, Abby is looking forward to expanding on her writing skills and opening the door to new connections with people, both on and off the staff. She is excited to see how far BDT will go and all the progress the staff will make as individuals. Abby is also involved in clubs around campus, such as Key Club and National Honor Society, but takes on many interests outside of school as well. She enjoys writing music to post on her social media, is a diehard Swiftie, enjoys dominating gold Valorant lobbies, and has a mild caffeine addiction.
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