72-0 Loss: What Happened?

By Andre Rodas, Sports Editor

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  • Number 24, Bryan Gomez, makes an astonishing kick on the field while focusing on the game.

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  • Miguel Morales commentating for the 2nd home game of the season.

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  • As number 24, Bryan Gomez kicks the ball into the goal, While Number 6 Jonathan Phoris preps the ball for him.

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  • The drill team preps for the second home game of the season. Staying in sync they quickly turn around to pose with the team.

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It was a rough night for the varsity football team on Friday night, Sept. 6, as they suffered a devastating 72-0 loss against the Manual Arts Senior High School Toilers. 

Despite the devastating loss, which may have been the biggest loss ever for the team, players remain optimistic that the only way to go is up.

This is the second consecutive loss for the Wolves, whose performance against the Polytechnic High School Parrots the previous week was less than stellar. They lost 42-14. 

Although it was a rough night, it was “an eye opener for the team,” said junior Joel Zafra (#67). “We will continue to work harder and persevere through these moments. Don’t count us out just yet.”

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