Bainbridge water polo team breaks even at state tourney

ROGERS HIGH SCHOOL, PUYALLUP - The Bainbridge High School boys water polo team is making waves at the state championships. They won one of their first two games Wednesday, Nov. 13.

In an extremely close game, the Spartans managed to pull out a victory with a game-changing point in the last two seconds of play against Auburn-Riverside for a final score of 10-9 Bainbridge.

They lost the second match 15-4 to Roosevelt High.

Bainbridge plays its next two games at Curtis High School at 3 and 7:40 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15.

The final games of the state tournament will be held at Curtis High Saturday, Nov. 16, with individual team game times as yet to be decided by Friday’s results.

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