Water Polo - 2014 Season

mukisa

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Ok, this is not as in depth as normal...but here are the updated rosters excluding incoming freshmen for the boys 2014 season. There is not much chatter for the girls side, but if there is interest, I'll put one together for the girls too.

Included: Current roster w/updated grades & cap #. It runs together, sorry. Graduated players. Coaches (updated any changes that I know about). 2013 finish.

GLEN OAK

ANDREW FLOOD 12 3
ANDREW FARINA 12 5
ALEX RIBBE 10 6
MALCOLM GUY 12 7
SAM KINNEY 12 8
JACOB GROW 10 9
NOAH KEE 11 13
JEFF SWAN 11 15
ZACH MOORE 12 16
ROB BIRONE 12 18

Graduated:
JOHN KILCHENMANN C 1 / 17
TRISTAN SEDLAK C 2
DEREK CONLEY C 4 / 1A
MIKE MUELLER C 10

COACH:
JEFF BURROWS
JASON TAYLOR
ERIC SPAULDING

2013 Finish: 7th in South Regional

MASON HIGH SCHOOL
“COMETS”

MARK IANNUZZI 12 1
TOBY STEWART 11 2
DONALD BLEASDALE 12 3
GREG GRUSECK *** 12 4
JACKSON THOMAS 11 5
ART KUMTHEKAR 11 9
ADAM MANGUIAT *** 12 11
BRAD SIEKMANN 12. 22

Graduated
DAVID JIAO 11 15
TREVOR GIBB 10 20
LINCOLN MOSER 12 21


Graduated:
CESAR CARILLO C 7
AUSTIN SPIKER C 8
SCOTT JONES C 13

COACH:
MARK SULLIVAN
AJ Sofio
MEREDITH GRUSECK

2013 Finish: 3rd at S. Regionals / 6th at States


MILFORD HIGH SCHOOL
“EAGLES”

KANE GORMLEY 10 1 / 2
MAX WOODSON 11 6 / 1A
JAKE WHITAKER 11 7
TREY POND 10 8
DANIEL WOOD 10 10
NOAH FRYE 10 11
NATHAN BUTTRAM 11 12
JOSH WEAVER 11 13
TONY STORCH 10 14
TYLER KARAN 11 16
BEN BRUNING 11 17
CHARLIE HAUSFELD 10 24
JAROD HIGGINS 10 25


Graduated:
JACK NOLL 12 5
ALEX HAHN *** 12 18
JOSH FRITZ *** 12 20

COACH:
KEVIN METZGER
Sam Mizener
Caitlin Brown

2013 Finish: 6th in South Regionals


PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL
“VIKINGS”

WILLIAM CHENEY 12 1
MITCHELL ADKINS 12 2
JESSE KUFELDT 10 3
McKINLEY GILMORE 10 4
ANDY POWELL 11 6
ALLEN MOTT 12 12
RILEY HINKLEY 11 16


MAX GALSTER 12 5
COLIN ROBLIN 12 9
DUSTIN DYKES *** 12 10
JAKE MAZZONE *** 12 18
DJ SVENSSON *** 12 20

COACH:
Gary Tameris
Jaclyn Tameris

2013 Finish: 5th in South Regional


SYCAMORE HIGH SCHOOL
“AVIATORS”

GREYSON MARKS 12 1A
LUCAS McCUTCHEON 11 5
CALEB FRANCIS 11 7
JORGE VINALES 12 8
ALLEN ZOU 12 11
MARK HANCHER *** 12 13
RICK NIU 12 21
ETHAN MAY 12 22
DAVID WANG 11 23
ADAM IOAS 12 24

JON QUANTZ *** 12 1
BEN HAMMER 12 4
GRANT GIRTEN 12 6
KURT HELTMAN 12 10
AARON PANG *** 12 16
NOLAN CONNOLLY 12 18
JACOB THORN 12 19
LOGAN MATHER 12 20
AARON MYERS 12 25
MAX CAPPELL 12 26

COACH:
NICHOLAS HELLWIG
Jessen Link

2013 Finish: 4th South Regionals


UPPER ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
“GOLDEN BEARS”

ALEX RABE 10 1 / 17
CHRISTOPHER WALKER 11 2
COREY MILES 12 3
DOMINIC LEBRON 10 5
SEBASTIAN IMITOLA 10 6
ETHAN FISCHER 11 7
AUSTIN GORSKI 12 8
TEDDY KHABIRI 11 9
DREW WILSON 10 10
WILL SEARS 10 11
PARKER NERI 10 12
ANDREW KIBBE 10 13
IAN WATSON 12 15
NEBYAT MAMO 11 18 / 1A


Graduated:
ZACH NEWCOME *** 12 4
THOMAS TRACE *** 12 20
RYAN BAAS 12 22

COACH:
MIKE de BEAR
ELLIOTT KEEFER

2013 Finish: Regional Runners-Up / 5th Place at States


NAPOLEON HIGH SCHOOL
“WILDCATS”

DEREK MEIENBURG 11 1 / 9
JACOB HAROLD 11 4
JON CREAGER 11 8
AARON CARROL 10 11
QUINN NYE *** 12 15
AARON DREWES 11 16
KYLE KREINBRINK 10 18
CHRIS ARNO 12 19
MATTHEW BUCHHOP 11 20


Graduated:
AUSTIN MAHLMAN 12 7
JONNY SMITH *** 12 13
BENNET JANSSEN 12 17 / 1A
AVERY WITT 12 23

COACH:
MIKE NYE
TYLER HAASE
TANA JUNGE
MICHAEL RETCHER

2013 Finish: 6th at Regionals

NEW ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL
“EAGLES”

VICTOR AFONSO 11 1 / 11
PARKER EDMAN 3
HARRISON JENNY 11 5
JORDAN GUNDLACH 12 9
NICKHIL MALAKALADALLI 11 10

Graduated:
MAX GLICK *** 12 2
GRIFFIN SPYCHALSKI *** 12 6
BRENDAN MURPHY *** 12 7

COACH:
JJ SPANGLER
ORION SWANSON

2013 Finish: 7th at Regionals

ST. CHARLES HIGH SCHOOL
“CARDINALS”

NAME GRADE CAP
JACK LUMPE 12 1A
ANDREW ALFRED 12 3
DEREK NGUYEN 11 4
AUSTIN BEAM 11 5
WIL PRICE 10 6
ADAM GRYZBICKI 12 8
DAVID ALLEN 11 9
JOEY HICKMAN 12 10
SAM SMITH 12 11
STUART DECKER 10 12
JAMES GRODESKY 10 13
TYLER WELTY 12 14
BRIAN LANDERS 12 15
HANNES KABELKA 10 16
NOAH MILLER 12 17
BRYCE LONG 11 18
ALEC RODERER 10 19
BEN SUGAR 10 20
NICK WARD 11 21
VINCENT SEARS 11 23
JOE HELLER 11 24
ADAM LIESER 11 25
CONNOR TIMMONS 11 26
JOHN LEWIS 10 27
JACK CARLIN 10 29
COLIN HAWES 11 31

Graduated:
DYLAN HAMMON *** 12 1
CASEY HORAN 12 2
ANDREW HOFFMAN *** 12 7
FRANZ KABELKA 12 22

COACH:
GEOFF GEAR
NATE COHEN
SAM KOCHER

2013 Finish: 3rd at Regionals / State Champions

ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL
“BOMBERS”

MATT DOYLE 12 1
ADAM DORNOFF 10 1B
JOSH FOGARTY 12 4
ALEX LUTMER 12 5
LIAM MORAN 12 6
MAC BRIELMAIER 11 7
NATE JONAS 11 8
ALEX PUTHOFF 11 9
GRAHAM LINDQUIST 12 11
GORDON WHEELER 10 12
CHARLIE LIEBSON 10 13
GRANT HOUSE 10 14
MAX WESTERKAMP 11 16
TREVOR KUNCL 10 17
SEAN BRANDABUR 10 18
PATRICK GUYE 11 21
ZACH GROENE 10 22
PATRICK HUDAK 10 23
CONNOR TRAGESSER 10 24
PETER NELSON 10 25

Graduated:
KEVIN BOYLE *** 12 2
KURT NELSON *** 12 3
JACOB WESTERKAMP *** 12 10
MIME MONTAGUE 12 15
ROBERT KUYATH 12 19
COLLIN SCOTT 12 20
VIKRAM CHATERJEE 12 26

COACH:
JEFF CARR
MIKE ROBERTS
JOHN WALLACE
NICK LONG
T. COURTNEY ROBERTS M.D.

2013 Finish: Regional Champions / State Runner-Up

SYLVANIA WATER POLO
“MAPLE LEAFS”

NOAH LeSTRANGE 11 1
SETH MITCHELL 10 4
NICK VLASNIK 11 5
JAKE HASSLEBACK 11 6
ROBERT DISALLE *** 11 7
JACOB PERINO *** 12 8
CHRIS CROPPER 12 9
ZAC FRAME 12 10
ZACH MERCER 11 12
JACOB MEEKS 12 13
JOHN SCHLACHTER *** 12 19

Graduated:
None

COACH:
PETE DANKERT
JAKE WECHSEL

2013 Finish: 5th at Regionals

THOMAS WORTHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
“CARDINALS”

BRENDON ARMITAGE 11 1 / 9
LUKE PORTEUS 12 2
WILLIAM FORD 12 4
TOMMY KESSLER 12 5
STUART MUELLER 11 7
MICHELE BOSCHULTE 11 10
COREY HANNIGEN 11 11
GRANT SMITH 12 13
DANIEL MAXWELL 10 15
REID WOLLETT 10 17
THOMAS STIMPERT 12 18
BRADY ROESCH 12 21
IAN BANKS 11 22


Graduated:
CORY LAWELL *** 12 6
JAMES MILLER *** 12 8
MATT JONES 12 12
MATT REED *** 12 14
MICHAEL WOLF *** 12 19

COACH:
JOHN WOLF
RICK YURICH

2013 Finish: Regional Champions / 4th at States


TOLEDO ST. FRANCIS HIGH SCHOOL
“KNIGHTS”

WILL VANDINI 12 1
BEN GORDON 12 2
JACK ROMANOFF 12 4
EVAN WILLIAMS 12 6 / 1A
CHRISTIAN SOBCZAK 12 8
LOGAN SCHOFIELD 11 12
AARON BORGMAN 12 13
WARREN LEE 12 16
GRANT LAZENBY 12 18

Graduated:
JACK BARONE 12 3
SAM NUSBAUM 12 5
JACK DiSALLE 12 9
NICK BIRKEMEIER 12 10
NOAH PEEPS *** 12 11
NICK BRODIE 12 21

COACH:
DAVE EISENSTEIN
ROBERT BRNDER
ADAM BORGMAN

2013 Finish: Regional Runner-Up / 3rd at States


WORTHINGTON KILBOURNE HIGH SCHOOL
“WOLVES”

DOMINIC CATANZARITE 11 1
GERIK MELVIN 11 5
HENRY O’HARRA 10 8
MIKE WEIRICK 10 9
GILBERT SOTO 11 10
GRAYTON GIESMAN 11 12
CHASE FICKELL 11 14
MICHAEL MOUSOU 12 15
CONNOR JORDAN 11 16
ANDREW COOK 11 17


Graduated:
MASON SCHAAF *** 12 2
JONATHON HADDAD 12 4
RIKU KAIDA *** 12 6
DILLON CASTELLI 12 7
BEN WALLIN *** 12 11

COACH:
JOHN WOLF
RICK YURICH

2013 Finish: 4th at Regionals


Good luck to all teams this year. Have fun with the debate.
 
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aquacard

Member
Thanks mukisa. Great information.

Does anyone know if they have changed the state tournament this year? Looking at the referees' schedule it appears that the regional tournaments have been eliminated. It looks like the Girls will play at Mason on the weekend October 17 & the Boys play at Worthington & Ohio Wesleyan the following weekend. Is that correct? Have the regional tournaments been scrapped? If so, is the state tournament a 1 and done? Or is there some sort of group play or double elimination? Remember last year, St. Charles won the state but finished 3rd in the North regional. Without the expanded regional representation at the state tournament St. Charles may not have even been there.
 

mukisa

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Thanks mukisa. Great information.

Does anyone know if they have changed the state tournament this year? Looking at the referees' schedule it appears that the regional tournaments have been eliminated. It looks like the Girls will play at Mason on the weekend October 17 & the Boys play at Worthington & Ohio Wesleyan the following weekend. Is that correct? Have the regional tournaments been scrapped? If so, is the state tournament a 1 and done? Or is there some sort of group play or double elimination? Remember last year, St. Charles won the state but finished 3rd in the North regional. Without the expanded regional representation at the state tournament St. Charles may not have even been there.
No regionals, just 1 weekend for states.

It will alternate years as to which gender is first, and one will be south and the other north. But will be held at 2 pools - example this year Mason and syc. Host states. Top placed games stay at mason. But the lower place games shift to Sycamore.

You must win to win. But each team will have a place.
 

swimfan

Member
So is the change of format because as new teams are added the realignment of the regionals will not be balanced competitively? Or are there other reasons? When you say the lower place games will shift to a deep / shallow pool, does that mean that the initial games will be in deep pools. It will be interesting to see how Ohio Wesleyan works out, its a deep pool but as I recall doesn't have a lot of seating. Any idea how many attend the state tournament? Last year's final seemed pretty well attended with all the X fans and an all Cincinnati final for the girls.
 

mukisa

New member
So is the change of format because as new teams are added the realignment of the regionals will not be balanced competitively? Or are there other reasons? When you say the lower place games will shift to a deep / shallow pool, does that mean that the initial games will be in deep pools. It will be interesting to see how Ohio Wesleyan works out, its a deep pool but as I recall doesn't have a lot of seating. Any idea how many attend the state tournament? Last year's final seemed pretty well attended with all the X fans and an all Cincinnati final for the girls.
New states because it was just overall too much with too few. You could win states to a team you beat already in the post season, or that beat you. Now you have to win out. It's cheaper this way too - fewer travel weekends / hotel / gas / pool - it's just better.

I believe to accommodate all teams to a place it wasn't possible in 1 pool. So a second pool works. But the 1st round games will be all deep for sure. 1-4 place games definite all deep. Then not sure what places move away.

Last year states was very well attended. Having 3/4 teams from Cincinnati making states finals was very helpful in those numbers. Specific - I don't know. It will help having the genders separate. As you won't have the families of the girls teams at boys states, visa versa.

You'll see a few more teams over the next couple of years too as the Columbus area is offering a non-polo playing schools team and moose in Cincinnati is doing the same. Polo's future looks bright. You will also see a change in the USAWP ODP structure too. Ohio is now with W. PA & MI in the "Great Lakes zone". Should help with numbers and opportunities. Moose took 44th in 18's and 48th in 16's nationally and both teams were within 1 of beating Cali teams. Had kids from every Cincinnati school and a Columbus school on the team. Loving it! Plus more and more ohio kids are starting to get looked at by college coaches...and 1st tournament of HS season this weekend! Get pumped!
 

swimfan

Member
Thanks for the notification OhioWaterPolo. Here is the preseason poll for the Boys. According to www.ohiowaterpolo.com the rankings will have added importance this year because they will be the official seeding for the state tournament. Since the tournament is a 1 weekend affair with all teams participating this will mean that a high ranking is important. To win the tournament a team has to win all its games. Presumably, the coaches will cast an honest ballot and not try to improve their own team's seeding by overstating its place. Wondering if including the referees in the later season balloting might ensure more accuracy in the ranking. I suppose the logistics could be a problem as not all the coaches voted. In this day and age of email it doesn't seem that difficult of a process.

Boys' preseason rankings (8-15-14)
1 St. Charles 167 (8)
2 St. Xavier 148
3 Mason 144 (3)
4 Thomas Worthington 140
5 St. Francis 136
6 Upper Arlington 133
7 Sycamore 125
8 Princeton 86
9 Milford 85 (1)
10 Worthington Kilbourne 74
11 Napoleon 67
12 Sylvania 54
13 Oakwood 33
14 Perry 31
15 New Albany 16

Also, it looks like Canton Glen Oak & Dayton Carroll are not competing this year. Hopefully they still have teams but will compete like the Columbus Hawks as JV squads. However, Massillon Perry seems to have a team. If Glen Oak still has a team that would be 2 in the Canton area. Would be nice to see Cleveland schools fielding teams. Club teams like the Hawks may be the way to grow the sport. Remember St. X started as a club team (although not sure there were players from other schools on the team). Anyway, good luck to all! It will be interesting to see how things progress - who is overrated & who is underrated.
 

rjones

Member
Bears number 6...no way! Guess it's just preseason so the Bears will climb. Fortunately they won't have to rely on the bias of a poll to assume their number 1 status at the end of the year.

For those who haven't seen the girl's ranking...the coaches got it right.

Girls' preseason rankings (8-15-14)
1 Upper Arlington 123.5 (5.5)
2 Sycamore 116.5 (0.5)
3 Mason 95 (3)
3 Milford 95 (1)
3 Thomas 95
6 Napoleon 94
7 Kilbourne 63
8 Princeton 53
9 St. Ursula 51
10 AMDG 46
11 Sylvania 29
12 Perry 28
13 New Albany 21

Should be a sweep like in '12.
 

aquacard

Member
Looks like the rankings are pretty much based on last year with some adjustments for lost seniors. Until play begins it is not clear where teams should be ranked in the poll. rjones as usual has his beloved Bears taking it all. He may be right, but not because he knows, just because that's always his prediction. When your prediction is always the same...odds are once in a while you will be correct. Not sure who all is playing in Napoleon this weekend but that kicks off the season and should give some idea how accurate the preseason ranking is. Are any teams going to Michigan next weekend? That's always a good test with Rockford, Pioneer and Huron. Good luck to all. Hope its another competitive season.
 

colspolofan

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RJones, just wondering what happened with your beloved Bears in '13. Why no sweep last year as both the boys and girls lost. Agree with Aquacard that we won't know much until this weekend is complete. Saw that StX's varsity squad is in Michigan this weekend. Have to wait until later to see how they stack up against the Ohio competition. Also curious to see how Mason plays with one of their top players back in action.
 

rjones

Member
First weekend and the Bears are 4-0. They easily beat 2 teams ranked above them. They're obviously ranked too low!
 

colspolofan

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Rjones, us looked good this weekend. That being said the st x team they beat was the jv team. No one really knows what that team is like until their varsity squad plays against the other ohio varsity squads.
Thoughts about the rest of the teams?
 

swimfan

Member
In the Napoleon tournament no team looked dominating, but SC, UA, Thomas and Mason all looked good even though Mason was 1-3. Mason has one outstanding player and one very good player that they rely on significantly. Thomas has a solid squad, with at least 3 strong players. UA is quite fast and has several good players one of whom generates much of their scoring (Reminiscent of Adam Rabe several years ago). SC looks to have the most depth. They have around 30 player on the team and were substituting 6 players at a time! In the Mason game they scored 13 goals and had 7 or 8 different scorers. This year's state tournament will favor a deep team like SC because there is not a dramatic fall off at the bottom of their team. They will be able to rest their top players and let the second and third lines play against a weaker opponent. UA, Thomas and Mason probably won't have that luxury because they don't appear to have that kind of depth.

The rest of the field was a bit weaker. St. Francis went 0-4 but gave SC a strong game. St. Francis seems to always start slowly. They could sneak up on people as the season progresses. Kilbourne has a clear top 7, the rest are inexperienced. Milford and Sycamore looked average. Napoleon, Sylvania and Perry don't appear to be able to challenge the top teams. Princeton is an unknown as they weren't there. Chad Packer stepped down as their coach and Gary Tameris has taken over. Suspect that it will take a few years for Gary to build his program.

The real wild card is St. X. Didn't get to see them play and not sure how many they lost last year, but their JV squad wasn't bad. As you would expect, they are good swimmers and have good coaching. Heard their varsity went 1-2 in Michigan, but there's no shame there, as they were competitive in the games they lost. We all should acknowledge that Michigan high school water polo is stronger than Ohio's by quite a bit. Ohio's top teams generally would be second tier teams in Michigan. In recent years Ohio's best has not been able to hang with Michigan's best.

Anyway a great beginning. This week UA and St. Francis go to Ann Arbor. That may tell us more about UA as they play Rockford - defending Michigan state champ. Meanwhile X is hosting a tournament at their pool - not certain what teams are playing there.
 

rjones

Member
We all should acknowledge that Michigan high school water polo is stronger than Ohio's by quite a bit. Ohio's top teams generally would be second tier teams in Michigan. In recent years Ohio's best has not been able to hang with Michigan's best.
Maybe other top Ohio teams are 2nd tier but not the Bears. This weekend we will play Rockford & Pioneer last year's top 2 Michigan teams. UA will prevail!
 

aquacard

Member
Meanwhile X is hosting a tournament at their pool - not certain what teams are playing there.
St. Charles varsity B team is scheduled for the X tournament. On Saturday Sycamore is hosting a JV tournament - St. Charles' JV is scheduled to play there. St. Charles has 32 players on their roster. Don't know how many X has, but I expect that X & SC have the largest teams. Good luck to all this weekend, especially UA & StF at the early bird. Would like to see a strong showing by the Ohio teams in Michigan.
 
X, SC, Sycamore, Milford, Thomas, Oakwood, Kilbourne, Napoleon, Mason & Princeton are scheduled for X's tournament this weekend.
 

aquacard

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Friday Night Water Polo Scores:

From Cincinnati:
X 10, Sycamore 8
Kilbourne 9, Napoleon 4
Oakwood 13, SC jv 12
Mason 12, Thomas 11
Milford 20, Princeton 9

From Ann Arbor:
UA 12, East Kentwood 4
Rockford 15, UA 3 (UA's looking kind of 2nd tier rjones)
 

aquacard

Member
Saturday Water Polo Scores:

Cincinnati:
At St. X
Thomas 13, Sycamore 11
StX 14, Kilbourne 1
Napoleon 17, Princeton 12
Mason 14, SC B 9
Milford 15, Oakwood 11
Thomas 17, Princeton 7
Sycamore 11, SC B 7
Mason 8, StX 7
Napoleon 16, Oakwood 11
Milford 6, Kilbourne 4

At Sycamore:
StX jv Blue 12, Mason jv 5
StX jv White 6, Sycamore jv 4
StX jv Blue 12, Sycamore jv 4
SC jv 18, Sycamore jv 10
SC jv 11, StX jv Blue 9
SC jv 16, Mason jv 8

Michigan:

UA 8, Saline 5
AA Pioneer 11, UA 5
StF 10, AA Pioneer B 5 (Friday)
AA Huron 16, StF 2 (Friday)
AA Skyline 11, StF 3
Hudsonville 11, StF 3
 

OhioWaterPolo

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Logo Design & Trivia

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If you have a great idea for an Ohio Water Polo Logo, please submit them to webmaster@ohiowaterpolo.com.

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Thank you for following and keeping up with the updates about Ohio Water Polo!
Keep this sport growing!

-Ohio Water Polo
 

aquacard

Member
This weekend's Water Polo Scores:

JV:
SC 20, Sycamore 9
SC 20, Princeton 7
SC 26, Milford 5
UA 21, Mason 9
UA14, X 9
UA 17, Sycamore 4
Oakwood 18, Sycamore 5
Oakwood 15, Mason 5
Oakwood 19, Milford 6
X 16, Princeton 0
Mason 15, Princeton 10

Varsity:
Milford 18, Princeton 7
Princeton 17, Perry 16 (PS)
Milford 18, Princeton 7
Mason 12, Sycamore 10
Perry 15, Milford 9
X 16, Princeton 9
Mason 17, Milford 14
Sycamore 16, Perry 8
X 8, Mason 7
 

swimmer24

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Not sure of the scores but I think Thomas beat McDowell in Erie and lost to north Allegheny and erie prep, prep by a bit more
 

aquacard

Member
Thomas beat McDowell 13-12; They lost to North Allegheny 13-11 and Cathedral Prep 16-8. Kilbourne lost to Cathedral Prep 21-9 and McDowell 16-13. Believe they played North Allegheny but have not seen a result.
 

aquacard

Member
Sycamore defeated Princeton last night both varsity & JV.

St. Charles beat Kilbourne 23-3 in varsity match & 18-6 in JV game.
 

aquacard

Member
In the past the only thing to close the outdoor pool has been lightening. They will just play through rain and cool temperatures. And they have the indoor pool that will keep going regardless of weather. Remember some years ago when a power outage on Sunday didn't stop play.
 
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