KW High School Girls and Boys Played at the Brantford Tournament, News (K-W Water Polo)

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Nov 28, 2015 | Calin Dragoiescu | 4334 views
KW High School Girls and Boys Played at the Brantford Tournament

The high school girls played four games in Brantford on Sat. Nov. 21. The games were against Hamilton and York, we played each team twice.  The girls played well the first two games and won both contests.  In the second match up against Hamilton our team’s small bench started to affect the play.  The girls were tired but we still hung in there to squeak out a victory.  The last game against York the girls were exhausted, and it was all they could do to finish the game.  York won handily but our team had a great day of learning in the water.
Or U16 boys played four games against York and Hamilton as well in Brantford. The boys played well, winning all four games, and despite the long day, they kept their heads and executed the tactics we set out for them. The U16/U18 boys group is a combined 13-1 in games this season between the three weekends we've had, and we're looking to keep up this strong play moving forward into 2016.



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