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  Getting ready to throw the ball, junior Ryan Meyers (left) looks for an open teammate to pass the ball to. Recieving the ball, junior Cameron Schulte catches a ball thrown to him during a morning practice. The waterpolo team has a 9-1 record so far this season

Men’s water polo starts season off strong

Erin Sullivan, staff reporter
April 20, 2018

With a 9-1 record, the men’s water polo team started off strong this season, according to Head Coach David Lieberman. Just like every year, Lieberman has high hopes for his team to play well enough to...

Polo   passin:  Senior leader, Tucker Nienhaus, looks to fellow teamates for a pass during the Titans’ match against GBN on April 11. The Titans defeated the Spartans 19-10.

Men’s water polo looks to qualify for State tournament

Emily Zimbler, staff reporter
April 21, 2017

After a close loss to New Trier in the Sectional final last year, the men’s water polo team looks to strong senior leadership and younger players to step up to the plate  this season, according to head...

TOUGH TOMMY: Attempting to avoid a Maine West defender, senior captain Tommy Hagerty shoots the ball as the shot clock runs out during a game against Maine West on May 5. The Titans beat Maine West by a score of 11-5.

Men’s water polo places second in Sectionals

Sophie Hensley, co-sports editor
May 27, 2016

With an overall record of 27-6, the 2016 Men’s Water Polo team has had a generally successful season with a few setbacks, according to Head Coach David Lieberman. Senior captain Tommy Hagerty acknowledges...

Titan of the month

Titan of the month

Sam Casey, Asst. Sport Editor
April 24, 2015

The Oracle’s monthly Q & A with an athlete that was nominated by the Sports editors and voted on by South students. Senior attack Danny Dragman started playing water polo as a junior and is now...

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