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Water polo dives into new season

Water polo dives into new season

Danielle Joseph and Ellory Moran
April 21, 2023

With a competitive and enjoyable environment, the varsity girls’ water polo team seeks to end the season strong Micheal Stancik, Varsity Girls’ Water Polo Head Coach, said. Stancik explained that...

Spring Sports Preview 2019

Boys' Water Polo Boys’ water polo, led by head coach David Lieberman, is diving into the pool this season. According to Lieberman, his goal for the team is to win conference and make it to state. He...

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...

Mens Water polo ends season with a loss to New Trier

Men’s Water polo ends season with a loss to New Trier

Jonathan Lee, staff writer
June 11, 2015

Finishing the regular season with a strong second place finish in conference, the men’s water polo team looked to succeed in sectionals and state. However, their post season came to an end after a 12-8...

Men’s water polo looks to win sectionals

Sam Casey, Asst. Sports Editor
April 24, 2015

Despite starting off the season being somewhat lethargic, the men’s water polo team is improving with each game they play, according to head coach David Lieberman. Lieberman believes the team was...

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