Rams break through for win

  • Monday, May 7, 2018 1:00pm
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TACOMA – Sure enough, Wilson was Ram tough.

Wilson High outlasted Bainbridge 15-6 in girls varsity water polo late last week, as the Ram offense proved to be as prolific as prophesied.

Still, the Spartans saw some success on the offensive end during the game.

Four Bainbridge players scored in the contest.

The Spartans were once again led offensively by Grace Carson, who finished with a hat trick.

Jillian Webb, Emma Gace and Frances Weller each added a goal to Carson’s three.

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