Torrey Pines Junior Varsity Water Polo team in Carmel Valley wins tournament

Torrey Pines High School Junior Varsity Water Polo team won first place at the recent Junior Varsity Eagle Invitational Tournament. The team won every single game and “Coach Annie was amazing. She even did a pool-side dance to cheer the student athletes on before she got thrown into the pool after they won the Championship.”

Related posts:

  1. San Dieguito Academy Boys Water Polo continues to grow
  2. CCA Boys Varsity Soccer Team Grossmont Tournament finalists
  3. Torrey Pines JV soccer team tops at tournament
  4. Carmel Valley’s Torrey Pines Pop Warner cheer squad wins national championship
  5. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U8 Blue Team wins tournament division

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