DP Waterpolo CIF final

Adam Gelman (9) passing the ball to set up for a goal
Adam Gelman (9) passing the ball to set up for a goal
Jayden Garcia

The Dos Pueblos Boys Water Polo team had their last game of the season on Saturday Nov. 11. The Chargers made it to the division two CIF finals against the San Marcos Royals. However, the Chargers would eventually lose 9-6 to the Royals.

The first half of the game had the most points scored, with Jaden Moore scoring the first point. Both sides continuously fought for the lead, swapping multiple points before halftime. Goalie Reggie Robles blocked multiple shots from the Royals, while the Chargers were able to score a few times, giving them the chance to be up 5-4 at halftime.

In the third quarter, despite their attempts, the Chargers would be unable to score any points. However, the Royals would score three points in the third quarter, putting the Chargers down by two with a score of 7-5.

The last quarter was the last chance to score, with the Chargers trying to score enough points to tie or win the game. However, they would only score once more, while the Royals would score two more points before the end of the fourth quarter.

During the last few minutes of the game, the Royals defended against the Chargers offensive, ultimately running out the clock.

The game was a victory for the Royals, with both teams playing until the end. The Chargers did better than the last two times they played against each other, with the first game against the Royals being a 12-6 loss for the Chargers and the one following being a 10-6 loss.

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