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Saturday Sports Update: The Winter Season is Coming to A Close


Boys Basketball makes a jump-shot. Photo courtesy of freshman Logan Yazzie. 

  San Luis Obispo High School’s athletes are preparing to enter the spring sports season, and are leaving winter with many victories and some losses in their wake.

  Expressions has all the latest scores and updates that you need to know during this exciting time for SLOHS sports!

Boys & Girls Soccer

  Despite a victorious season, the Girls Soccer season is now unfortunately over. They lost their first CIF game 3-0 against Sanger at home on Thursday, February 15, and ended the season with an impressive 14-3-4 streak. Good job girls! – junior Addi Woods

  Boys Soccer had a great 2023-2024 season. They played their last game of the season on Feb 14, and unfortunately, got knocked out of CIF. They had a great season, with an overall record of 14-5-1, and a league record of 7-2-1, they finished the season in first place, and had an amazing season. Good job boys! – freshman Porter Hales

Boys & Girls Basketball

  The Girls Basketball team had an amazing season this year!  They have a record of 12-16, and 2-8 in league. Their most recent game was against Liberty and fell short to a score of 32-48 and were knocked off against the CIF D2 first round. What an amazing team and season they have had! – freshman Eric Ozuma Basilo

 The Boys Basketball season has ended with a final win loss ratio of 13-16. They made it to the playoffs but lost their first playoff game against Garces Memorial, 48-58. Hopefully next year will be better, we’ll see what happens then. – senior Olin Fow

Boys & Girls Wrestling 

  Girls and Boys Wrestling competed at CIF last weekend and did very well, placing eighth in the competition. At the CIF tournament, junior Romeo Saligan placed third, senior Kadin Trahan placed seventh, and senior Chance Evans won the entire competition. These wrestlers along with sophomore Haley Sarabia and senior Abigail Russell will be competing this weekend at the Masters Tournament in Fresno. In order to continue on to state, Boys Wrestling must place in the top ten, and Girls Wrestling will need to place in the top four. This will be a big meet for the teams, we wish them luck! – sophomore Vyolet Burrus


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