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Top-Seeded Nighthawks Take Down Dolphins Water Polo in Quarterfinals
Following a double overtime victory in the first round of the CIF-SS Division 2 Championships, the Dana Hills girls water polo team traveled to play top-ranked Murrieta Valley in the quarterfinals. Murrieta Valley powered its way past the Dolphins 16-10 thanks to a stout first-half defensive effort. The Nighthawks outscored the Dolphins 11-2 in the first two quarters.
Dana Hills defeated Long Beach Wilson 9-6 in double overtime in the first round on Feb. 18.
The Dolphins went 15-16 on the season and finished third in the South Coast League.
Dolphins Basketball Falls to Cypress in Overtime
Four quarters of regulation could not separate the Dana Hills and Cypress girls basketball teams in a CIF-SS Division 1A first-round matchup on Feb. 18. In overtime, Cypress emerged with a 56-47 victory.
Dana Hills senior guard Maddy Bloom scored a team-high 26 points and sophomore Peyton Romo scored 17 points, pulled in 10 rebounds and recorded 10 steals in the loss.
The Dolphins went 16-8 overall on the season and finished second in the Sea View League.
Edison Gets Golden Goal in CIF Playoff Win Over Dolphins
The Edison girls soccer team scored the decisive goal in double overtime of its game against Dana Hills in the first round of the CIF-SS Division 1 Championships on Feb. 18 to seal a 3-2 victory.
The Dolphins and Chargers each scored twice in the second half, which forced the game into overtime.
Dana Hills went 6-5-10 on the season and finished third in the South Coast League.