Sanger girls water polo is a prevalent topic on campus

As the transition between fall and winter sports is upon us and Thanksgiving break is on the horizon, Sanger girls water polo is a prevalent topic on campus.

The Apache girls polo team has had an outstanding season, and their upcoming playoff game will be against Clovis High on Friday for the Central Section Division 1 Championships. The game will take place at 5pm at the Sanger pool. On Saturday the 4th Sanger beat Bullard 12-5, and on Tuesday Sanger won versus Clovis North by a score of 10-4. Varsity water polo player Kayla Grünberg says, “this is the first time in many years where we are in the finals, and we can’t wait to win Valleys.” She added that this tight-knit team is really able to trust a teammate and their judgment under the pressure of an intense game, which is an important piece of being a successful team.” Grünberg emphasized that the Sanger High girls water polo coaches, “encourage us and push us to be our best… taking care of any situation with their wisdom and strength.” The coaches are significant pieces of the team and exemplary leaders of the organization. They hope to come out with a team win on Friday.

A few other upcoming events for Sanger athletics are the first round playoff football game versus Bullard on Thursday the 9th (@ McLane). Also, cross country had CMAC championships on November 8th and will have some runners in the CIF Valley Championships on November 16th.


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