Girls Water Polo:
If Pasadena only won a single game this year (as their record shows on their MaxPreps page), at least it was over Muir.
The Bulldogs defeated the Mustangs, 18-10, on Wednesday afternoon.
Dylan Robertson had 13 goals, and actually outscored Muir’s offensive output by three goals on her own.
Robertson had two goals in the first period, four in both the second and third, and finished the fourth quarter with two more scores.
For Muir, Isabella Leyva, Savannah Ortiz, Ivy Samuel, and Celeste Sharp had two goals apiece for the Mustangs.
Rita Robles had a solid day in goal, saving 17 shots for PHS.
Pasadena scoring: Dylan Robertson 13, Faith Keith 1, Marisol Novo 1, Daniella Novo 1, Ariel Yanez 1, Lindsay Freiberger 1.
Muir scoring: Isabella Leyva 2, Savannah Ortiz 2, Ivy Samuel 2, Celeste Sharp 2, Kylie Kitani 1, Noel Johnson 1.
Records: Pasadena (1-10, 1-6); Muir (7-10, 0-5)
Pasadena’s Remaining Schedule:
1/31: Hoover at PHS
2/2: Glendale at PHS
Muir’s Remaining Schedule:
1/28: Muir at Glendale
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