Cypress, CA - Going against Golden West College, the top-ranked team in the state with a record of 5-0 coming in and outscoring its opponents 101-11 does not fear or concern the Chargers. After trailing only 2-1 after one period and playing pesky water polo, the Chargers put up a fight. The game remains close as the Rustlers lead only 10-3 going into the final period and their depth of talent kicks in to defeat the Chargers 15-4. Monique Dorado leads Cypress with 2 goals while Kelsey Kendall has 8 saves in the net.
The Chargers are heading to the Chaffey tournament this weekend.