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Water Polo Week in Review

Last Tuesday the boys and girls varsity topped Pennington in a shortened game.  The JV also came out on top with the game ball going to Tim Zurcher.

On Wednesday the varsity boys were in a shoot-out at Hill with game tied 9-9 at half.  The defense got down to business in the second half holding Hill to 3 goals leading to a 16-12 victory.  This win was critical for seeding in the Eastern Championships November 3-4.  Connor McGoldrick led the offense with 8 goals picking up the game ball award.
The JV jumped out on Hill JV 5-0 at half led by Jimmy Paolini's 2 goals.  Mike Vinci chipped in a goal and Conor Foley scored his 2nd, both in the 3rd quarter and the boys held on for a 7-5 win.  Jimmy Paolini picked up the game ball.

Friday, the varsity boys jumped out 6-2 on Episcopal after the 1st quarter  Non starters jumped in not missing a beat sealing an 18-8 win.  Game balls will be awarded to seniors Jared Karpf and Charles Guinta.  Jared and Charles scored 1 and 2 goals respectively.

The JV was looking for revenge after an 11-7 loss at EA 2 weeks ago.  The game was tied 6-6 at half, a 13-11 lead after 3 and final winning score of 17-14.  John Horan will be awarded the game ball leading the team with 6 goals.
Posted by on Monday October, 15, 2012 at 09:28AM

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