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Winter Sports Recap

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The second Trimester at Livermore High School is almost over and with that comes the end of winter sports this year. These sports include Girls and Boys Basketball, Girls and Boys Soccer, and Wrestling.

Girls Basketball at the JV level went 8-18 and ended their season with a win against cross town rival Granada High School with a final score of 32-30.

The Varsity Girl Basketball team went 5-21 with many close games such as 62-61 loss to El Cerrito. They also had a blowout game with a 51-34 win against San Jose High School.

The Boys JV Basketball team went 1-9 with a close loss to Kennedy High School having beaten Concord High School.

The Varsity Boys Basketball team went 4-21 having played at a holiday tournament. Boys Varsity also had some close losses such as the 57-55 loss to KHS

Girls JV Soccer went 4-10-2 having blown out Washington High School, Moreau Catholic High School, and Northgate High School 6-0. They also had many close games including 2 ties vs both Foothill High School and Dougherty Valley High School.

Girls Varsity Soccer went 18-5-1 having blow out MCHS, Newark Memorial High School, and, Alameda High School 6-0 while they also blew out WHS 7-0. Among their wins were 2 victorious matches against GHS.

Boys JV Soccer went 2-14 having beaten Richard and Mt. Eden High School with close loses against Amador Valley High School, FHS, California High School, Dublin High School, and Castro Valley High School.

Boys Varsity Soccer went 6-15-2 having beaten GHS once 2-0 and had close losses against DHS, MEHS, NMHS, and DVHS.

LHS wrestling had a very good season and three wrestlers, Ximena Pulido (10), Xavier Williams (11), and Mya Waechtler (12) were all state qualifiers going 2-2, 0-2, and 2-2 respectively. Waechtler went to top 12 in state and received The Pursuing Victory with Honor Award which was presented to her before the state finals.

All scores and records can be found on Maxprep, as well as on the respective Livermore High School athletic pages.

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John Clapp, Sports Editor

John Clapp is a 16 year old sophmore attending Livermore High School. He plays football in the fall and runs track in the spring. He is a Latin student...

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