16U Kraken Girls Help Make SW Stingrays the New Leader in the Eastern Conference, News (K-W Water Polo)

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16U Kraken Girls Help Make SW Stingrays the New Leader in the Eastern Conference
Submitted By Scott Mueller on Mon 12 31, 18
The following is an excerpt of an article written by Monique Dykstra and posted on Water Polo Canada on 12.19.2018...

The 16 and under girls have a new leader in the Eastern Conference as the South West Stingrays rode a 3-0-0 performance in Etobicoke to the top of the standings. The strong performance by South West has also brought a couple of individual Stingrays to the tops of the NCL statistics page. Field player Sarah August is now the leading scorer for the entire NCL in the 16 and under girls category with 32 goals, and Teodora Mikic has the best goals-against average in the NCL for any 16 and under goalie who has played more than two games.

Many of these South West girls were part of the KW Inferno teams that won three straight silver medals at the 14 and under Eastern National Finals from 2015-2017. It certainly looks like they are in the hunt for some hardware at the 16 and under level, now.

You can read the full article, titled South West Girls, Maverick Boys, ride perfect weekends in Etobicoke to top of NCL standings located here.

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With solid coaching in place, our girls are BACK and they are DETERMINED.

Best of luck to the Stingrays for the upcoming NCL event in Gatineau, Quebec, January 11 - 13.

Go Stingrays Go!

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