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Girls and Boys Water Polo take on the ferocious Morro Bay Pirates

Victory for the boys

Bearcat Varsity water polo made a big splash in the first opening home games at Municipal Pool against Morro Bay HS. 

The Boy’s Varsity team came out on top, overpowering the Pirates in a 12-5 sweep. Conner Rocha led the victory by scoring 5 of the 12 points earned. Seniors, Jacob Baier and Mike Brown, followed closely behind by scoring 3 points each.

Boy’s Varsity Captain Nolan Severson said the biggest challenge they faced was how physical the game was. “A lot of the physicality went unseen and unpunished, so that definitely made it a pretty brutal game in terms of us fighting with Morro Bay. There was punching going on, there was tackling, drowning and kicking. A lot of kicking. I got punched a couple times by a kid on the other team, but we still won by a good margin.”

Shipwreck for the girls

Girls Varsity fell one goal short in their loss against the Pirates, with a score of 7 -6. Captain Leanna Reed complimented her team’s work ethic despite the loss. “I’d say I was happy with the game. The girls played well. We stuck it out to the end. I think we showed Morro Bay and ourselves that no matter the score, we’re still gonna pour our all into it.”

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