Water polo: Tracy boys lose three at Napa tourney
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Sep 05, 2012 | 1106 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Tracy High’s varsity boys water polo team dropped to 1-4 on the season after losing all three of matches at the Napa High Tournament.

The Bulldogs opened with a 14-1 loss to Napa, with Vince Mello scoring Tracy’s only goal on an assist from Taylor Mellick. Mello also had three steals.

Tracy lost the second game to Cardinal Newman, 14-2, with Anthony Singh and Ian Hutton scoring goals and Ivan Diaz tallying an assist. Chris Ramon had two steals.

Tracy lost its third game to San Rafael. Ramon scored three goals, Mellick scored two and Hutton tallied one. Chris Kenneday had three steals and Singh had an assist.



Varsity girls: American Canyon 7, Tracy 6

Tracy’s varsity girls (1-1) played at close match on Thursday, Aug. 30, at American Canyon High, but dropped the game after penalties allowed American Canyon to outscore Tracy in the fourth quarter.

Allie Britt and Sarah Agee scored two goals each, and also had one assist each. Courtney Eddy and Annie Foote each scored a goal. and Dallyce Marglon had six saves and two steals.



Varsity boys: American Canyon 16, Tracy 3

American Canyon’s varsity boys outplayed Tracy through all four quarters, with Tracy also suffering from penalties that often left the Bulldogs outmanned in the pool.

Taylor Mellick scored two goals for Tracy and Ian Hutton scored a goal. Chaz Samaniego had eight saves in the goal and Vince Mello also had a save.

• Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

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