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Boys water polo team record improves from previous years

Boys water polo team record improves from previous years

Eli Shafer, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Throughout campus, the boys water polo team exists as one of the smallest school sports. There are six Inglemoor students on the team—three of whom are enrolled in full Running Start and spend all of their time away from the school. Senior captain Billy Surdyk said the small team size presents many ch...

Fish out of water

Northshore polo team defends against a daring shot made by Bellevue in their final match of the season.

Christian Barlow, Sports Editor

October 30, 2017

With the fall sports season at its end, the water polo team, who remained diligent through a tough season, are hoping their team of fresh faces will continue to grown and improve their game. Captain Tate Anderson said the team (of which two thirds of their athletes are in their first year) wil...

Water Polo continues to improve their fundamentals

Water Polo continues to improve their fundamentals

Parker Albin, Reporter

December 1, 2015

The boys water polo team jumps into the steamy pool every night at 8 p.m.. Daily drills, training and team bonding are what allow the boys water polo team to become a stronger team as a whole. Since they have not had a very large turnout for players this season, the team decided that creating a unified...

Waterpolo treads to improvement

Senior captain Dylan Mutal moments before he scores his first of two goals in their 10-4 loss to Newport. Mutal scored a total of two goals that game and is one of the team’s leading scorers along with fellow senior goalie Lamar Hendrikse who also scored two goals, one of which was from goal.

Joey Matsuzawa, Reporter

November 6, 2014

With practices running late into the evenings and having to adjust to three different pools, the boys’ water polo team has had endured it all. Since it was started in 2012, the team has been plagued with setbacks. The sport has never had more than 25 people turn out and have even had their swimsui...

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