Contributed photo/ Gene Helfman photo
                                Left: Siri Dye (22) and Shayna Gruenwald (11) go up to block a shot against Shoreline Christian as Quinn Dye (20) and Grace Zoerb (4) look on. Right: Reese Hamilton (24) brings down a rebound as Lichen Johnson (5) and Quinn Steckler look on. Both Lopez teams were victorious.

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