BHS girls qualify for state

  • Friday, May 25, 2018 11:30am
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TACOMA – The Bainbridge Spartans tallied two wins in last week’s regional play in girls varsity water polo to secure a spot in the state championships this week.

Bainbridge rolled to a 9-6 win over Auburn in the Spartans’ first regional game last week at Curtis High, then fell to Auburn-Mountainview 18-9 in the next.

Bainbridge bounced back to beat Peninsula, 7-4, in the following game.

The Spartans were upended by Enumclaw, 8-1, in their final regional game.

The Washington Girls High School Water Polo State Championships started Thursday, May 24 (also at Curtis High in Tacoma) and will continue through Saturday, May 26.

The Spartans were scheduled to face off against Curtis, Region 1’s No. 4 seed, in the first game of the championships.

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