BHS still the best in boys water polo

PORT ORCHARD – A 21-7 win against South Kitsap High in a conference matchup Tuesday, Sept. 19 continued the Spartans’ flawless streak in boys varsity water polo.

The Bainbridge boys thus advanced their season record to 5-0 overall.

Once again, perennial powerhouse and senior cocaptain Sam Kapel led the team’s scoring efforts. He notched 10 goals throughout the match.

Gabe Nathan and Miles Hogger each put up three.

Sky Baird managed two, and Sam Chapman, Will Thompson and Max Eyrich each chipped in one.

It was actually a doubleheader victory for BHS against SK, as the JV squad had just earlier that same night gone 12-2 against the host team.

The Spartans took the road next to play in the T-Hills Tournament in Oregon from Friday, Sept. 22 through Sunday, Sept. 24.

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