TPHS Junior Varsity Water Polo Team sizzles — again!

The Torrey Pines High School Junior Varsity Water Polo Team shined recently in another competition. They played in the Championship game of the Junior Varsity Fall Classic and took 2nd place. The final game went to 8-8 in the last quarter and TPHS lost in overtime by 1 point to Eastlake. The boys missed throwing Coach Annie in the pool this time but they are very proud of winning all but one game in the entire tournament. They are determined “to get Coach Annie wet the next time for sure!”

Related posts:

  1. Torrey Pines Junior Varsity Water Polo team in Carmel Valley wins tournament
  2. CCA Boys Varsity Soccer Team Grossmont Tournament finalists
  3. San Dieguito Academy Boys Water Polo continues to grow
  4. TPHS Varsity Tennis team undefeated, wins La Jolla Country Day Tennis Invitational
  5. Falcons water polo team enjoying greater depth

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