BHS wins again in girls water polo

  • Monday, May 6, 2019 9:46am
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Bainbridge scored early and often against South Kitsap in girls varsity water polo and whupped the Wolves 19-4 earlier this week at the Bainbridge Aquatic Center.

Nine Spartans scored on South Kitsap.

Bainbridge was led by Grace Carson and Lila Schroer, who scored four goals each.

Milena Broom, Kristina DuPont, Frances Weller, Maja Carroll, Kylie Jones, Amelia Fraik, and Vivian Morrow each contributed a goal.

The Spartan junior varsity team earned a win over SK.

The JV team won in a shutout: 10-0.

Julia Weller led the JV Spartan squad with three goals.

Carroll contributed two, while Ghenwa Ramadan, Schroer, Julianna Moeller, Julia Tlapa and Melony Bourgeois added one goal each.

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