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Dolphins sports teams begin march into new season
By Steve Breazeale and Steve Sohanaki
The 2014 prep sports winter season is on the horizon. In our annual preview, we get you caught up on all the Dana Hills High School winter sports programs as they head into the new year.
Make sure to follow us on Twitter @SouthOCsports for in-game updates, stories, news and more for all of the winter sports teams.
The Dana Hills boys soccer team is all-in on an offensive-minded approach to 2014.
After a down year that was full of change. The Dolphins girls soccer team will rely on a mix of young and experienced players this season.
The boys basketball team will not have the size that has pushed them to league titles and playoff appearances in the past. Instead, the Dolphins will play a more up-tempo, fast-paced style as they move to the South Coast League.
The girls basketball team has a new head coach and a young roster.
Injuries plagued the Dolphins girls water polo roster last year. They return healthy, looking to reach the playoffs for a second consecutive year.
The wrestling team will battle their way through the tough South Coast League schedule with an experienced and veteran roster.