Varsity water polo keeps spirit high

Kimiko Okumura, Highlander Editor

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Junior Clara Romani walks the hallway during school, showing her water polo spirit with her neon outfit.

Junior Clara Romani walks the hallway during school, showing her water polo spirit with her neon outfit.

Senior Kristen Denney

Senior Kristen Denney sports her slippers that the girls varsity team decided to buy together. “We dress up on game day to show our spirit and let everyone know we’re playing,” said senior Chelsy Sesma.

 

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Lady Scots practice passing and taking shots to the goal to warm up before the game begins.

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The game starts off with aggressive offense from Castilleja High School, and equally aggressive defense from Carlmont.

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Junior Katelyn Mcgrath takes a breath of air as she swims toward the ball, hoping to reach it before her defender.

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Denney scans the water for open players as she works to fight off her defender.

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Denney and Romani put their hands up, preparing to deflect the shot, as goalie Isabel de Wood positions herself in the best spot to block the ball. “We will definitely be working on our defense and communication,” said coach Bernice O’Connor.

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Denney keeps the ball out of her defender’s reach as she pushes her way toward the goal.

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Denney holds the ball out of her defender’s reach as she looks for an open pass.

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Senior Elise Dimick looks for an open area to shoot the ball as the Castilleja goalie reaches out of the water to block the ball.

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After passing the ball to her teammate, senior Sam King pushes her defender away.

 

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Despite losing to Castilleja 6-4, Lady Scots show their sportsmanship by congratulating the Gators.

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