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Emma Hodges, Redondo Union; Kelly Hoyt, Palos Verdes
Hodges and Hoyt Named Bay League Co-MVPs

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Young Leads St. Margaret’s Girls to Southern Section Championship

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Merchant Powers Palos Verdes Past Westlake in Semis

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Chaminade girls lacrosse at Palos Verdes girls lacrosse
No. 3 PV Advances With 17-7 Win Over Chaminade

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Kelly Hoyt, Palos Verdes
PV Girls Bring Culver City’s Season to an End

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Palos Verdes girls lacrosse vs. Poway
Palos Verdes Girls Beat Poway for Third in a Row

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Kelly Hoyt, Palos Verdes
Palos Verdes Girls Clinch Share of Bay Title

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Palos Verdes girls lacrosse
No. 3 Palos Verdes Coasts Past Costa

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Palos Verdes girls at Peninsula
Palos Verdes Girls Roll Past Peninsula

Picking up right where its offense left off Thursday, the top-ranked Sea Kings girls jumped out to an early lead and rolled past host Peninsula 17-3 in a Bay League matchup.

Palos Verdes girls at Agoura
Kelly Hoyt Returns, Sparks Palos Verdes Girls Past Agoura

Senior captain Kelly Hoyt took the field Thursday for the first time since a knee injury ended her junior season last spring and scored three goals to spark an inspired Palos Verdes squad to a 16-4 victory over No. 8 Agoura.

Redondo Union at Palos Verdes
Merchant Twins Help No. 3 Sea Kings Dethrone No. 1 Redondo

No. 3 Palos Verdes (2-0) defended its home turf over Bay League rival and No. 1-ranked Redondo Union (3-1) on Wednesday in a back-and-forth 10-8 victory.