Water Polo: West third at Newark Memorial
by TP staff
Sep 20, 2012 | 2034 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Wolf Pack boys finished with a third-place trophy at the end of a weekend of water polo at Newark Memorial High in Newark.

West went 2-1 for the tournament Friday, Sept. 14, and Saturday, Sept. 15, and has a 6-3 overall record.

West 11, Granada 7

West beat Granada of Livermore in the third-place game Saturday. Leading the scoring for West was senior Kevin Oetken with four goals.

Senior Bradley McCain scored three, and fellow seniors Ken Kurita and Matt Dunniway scored two each.

Newark Memorial 18, West 5

The host team beat West in the second game of the tournament Saturday. Oetken scored four goals for West, and Kurita added one.

West 11, Livingston 9

The Wolf Pack beat Livermore in the opening game Friday.

McCain scored four goals, Oetken scored three goals, Kurita scored two goals and Chris Weaver and Dunniway scored one each. Jacob Thomassen had six saves.

Kimball sweeps Tracy

The Kimball Jaguar water polo teams defeated the Tracy Bulldogs at all four levels Sept. 13 at Tracy High.

Varsity boys: Kimball 20, Tracy 6

The Jaguars were relentless against the Bulldogs, taking an 8-2 lead in the first half and continuing to outscore Tracy in the second half.

Kimball junior Trevor Trew and sophomore Reese Maxfield led the way for the Jaguars with six and five goals, respectively.

Steven Cole and Justin Riccobono scored three each, Daniel Van Niekerk scored two and Logan Steinberger.

Tracy sophomore Taylor Mellick scored two goals for his team and had two steals.

Chris Ramon, Anthony Singh, Ivan Diaz and Austin Lowe all scored goals.

Chaz Samaniego had nine saves in the goal, and Vincent Mello had five saves.

Varsity girls: Kimball 12, Tracy 3

Kimball’s girls took a 7-1 lead in the first quarter and built on that lead at the end.

Junior Colby Chase led the Jaguars with four goals. Senior Sydnie Black scored three, Jhacky Romero and Kaitlyn Traut scored two each and Tahnee Trew scored one.

Annie Foote scored two goals for Tracy, and Courtney Eddy scored one. Allie Britt had three assists and four steals. Goalie Dallyce Marglon had 11 saves.

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