POLAHS Girls Soccer Opens Crosstown League Victorious

The Port Of Los Angeles High girls soccer team would not waste any time in getting their Crosstown League experience started off right.

Behind a stellar hat trick from sophomore defender Isabela Van Antwerp, the Polar Bears knocked off host South Region No.2 of Los Angeles, 5-0. Senior forward Nikki Bonilla and junior forward Melissa Rodriguez scored the other two goals for POLA, who will host Animo South Los Angeles on Friday, 4pm at the San Pedro Field Of Dreams.

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