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Bulldog Boys Water Polo Finish Second in State

From democrat herald.com: The West Albany boys finished second in the 5A tournament, falling to Parkrose12-4 in the title game. Colby Huddleston finished with two goals and Braxton Reece and Eric Formiller both had one goal. “We hung with them in the first half but they broke away in the third,” Nelke said. “We had

Girls Water Polo Takes 5A State Championship

From democratherald.com: The West Albany High girls water polo team overcame a slow start and took the state 5A title with a 13-9 win against Hood River at the Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center on Saturday. Erica Rietmann was strong in the goal with seven blocks, two coming on penalty shots. Kylee Crofcheck led the scoring

Bulldog Football Advances on Strong Defense

The Bulldogs defense held tough when it needed helping to deliver a 20-16 victory over Silverton in state quarterfinal action. West Albany moves on to play Wilsonville at 2:15pm on Saturday, November 17 at Hillsboro Stadium.

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 05 – Nov 11

Nov 06 Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Crescent Valley High School Crescent Valley High School 7:00 pm | West Albany High School Nov 09 Girls Varsity Water Polo vs. Hillsboro High School State Championships 1:15 pm | Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center Nov 09 Boys Varsity Water Polo vs. Hood River Valley High School State Championships 3:30

West Albany Water Polo Teams Advance to State Championships

The Bulldogs boys and girls water polo teams will take the next steps towards state titles as they begin play in the State Championship tournament on November 9-10 at Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center. The girls team will face Hillsboro on 11/9 at 1:20pm. The boys will follow in a game against Hood River at 3:40pm.

Girls Soccer Advances to Semifinals

The Bulldogs advanced to the semifinals round of the 5A state girls soccer championships with a 3-2 victory over Silverton on Saturday. Next up the Bulldogs will host Crescent Valley on Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 7:00pm. Ticket prices will be $5 for students (K-12) and $8 for adults.