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Water Polo charges the Woodlands

Junior Megan Bowers with the ball.

Sarah Bieker

Junior Megan Bowers with the ball.

Charlie Bose, Sports Editor

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It was a tough weekend for Water Polo, as the boys lost to the Woodlands 13-4 and the girls fell 10-2.

“Even though we lost,” Katie Johnson said, “We’re still are probably going to head to playoffs.”

Water Polo’s next game is at a tournament which starts this Thursday at 4 p.m. and will continue into Friday.

Sarah Bieker
“Yeah…” Bernard Irava paused, “We played the Woodlands, they’re the best in our area. We lost bad.”

 

 

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