BHS boys claim water polo win over Bellevue

The Bainbridge High School varsity boys water polo team scored a 16-9 win against Bellevue Thursday, Oct. 25.

It was the island squad’s last home match of the regular season — as the state tournament is set to begin Thursday, Nov. 8 at Curtis High School — and also Senior Night at the Bainbridge Aquatic Center. Sam Chapman and Makai Ingalls were recognized.

Against Bellevue, Spartan goals were scored by Chapman, Max Eyrich, Thomas Defawe, Oskar Bannister, Nathaniel Lapin and Gabe Nathan.

Later, the JV boys tied 8-8 with the Bellevue B squad. BHS eventually won with a rock-paper-scissors decider.

The Spartan schedule included one final match, on the road Saturday, Oct. 27 against Newport.

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