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    reginaliu

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    Boys Water Polo

    Post  reginaliu on Sun Nov 08, 2009 7:40 pm

    The past season has been a season of perseverance and learning for the boys of the Varsity Water Polo team as the season resulted in a league record of 1-6 and the team finished sixth in league. The team was very young this year, so Coach Janice Clark hopes that this “growing season” will have “laid the groundwork for continued improvement next year and in the future.”
    Though the majority of the team will have another chance to prove their abilities in the sport, there will be four seniors that will be graduating. These seniors include the two co-captains of the team, senior Ian Ford and senior Andrew Bryne.
    The members of the varsity team will be given a week off to rest and relax, but seeing as swim season is approaching in the second semester, the boys can’t expect the rest of the year to be relaxed.
    “They will swim during sixth period in order to stay in shape for swim season. We'll be busy out at the pool for the remainder of the school year,” Coach Clark explained.
    Although the Varsity Water Polo team’s overall record was 2-20, Coach Clark and the students and staff of AHS have much to be proud of as Coach Clark stated, “The water polo boys [kept] a good attitude, [supported] each other as a team, and [worked] hard to improve throughout the season.”

    lenakalemkiarian

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    Re: Boys Water Polo

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Tue Nov 10, 2009 11:37 am

    The past season has been a season of perseverance and learning for the boys of the Varsity Water Polo team as the season resulted in a league record of 1-6 and the team finished sixth in league [finishing in league]. The team was very young this year, so Coach Janice Clark hopes that this “growing season” will have “laid the groundwork for continued improvement next year and in the future.”
    Though the majority of the team will have another chance to prove their abilities in the sport, there will be four seniors that will be graduating. These seniors include the two co-captains of the team, senior Ian Ford and senior Andrew Bryne.
    The members of the varsity team will be given a week off to rest and relax, but seeing as swim season is approaching in the [delete in the] second semester, the boys can’t expect the rest of the year to be relaxed.
    “They will swim during sixth period in order to stay in shape for swim season. We'll be busy out at the pool for the remainder of the school year,” Coach Clark explained.
    Although the Varsity Water Polo team’s overall record was 2-20, Coach Clark and the students and staff of AHS have much to be proud of as Coach Clark stated, “The water polo boys [kept] a good attitude, [supported] each other as a team, and [worked] hard to improve throughout the season.”

    reginaliu

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    Join date : 2009-09-03

    Re: Boys Water Polo

    Post  reginaliu on Tue Nov 10, 2009 12:13 pm

    The past season has been a season of perseverance and learning for the boys of the Varsity Water Polo team as the season resulted in a league record of 1-6, finishing in sixth. The team was very young this year, so Coach Janice Clark hopes that this “growing season” will have “laid the groundwork for continued improvement next year and in the future.”
    Though the majority of the team will have another chance to prove their abilities in the sport, there will be four seniors that will be graduating. These seniors include the two co-captains of the team, senior Ian Ford and senior Andrew Bryne.
    The members of the varsity team will be given a week off to rest and relax, but seeing as swim season is approaching in second semester, the boys can’t expect the rest of the year to be relaxed.
    “They will swim during sixth period in order to stay in shape for swim season. We'll be busy out at the pool for the remainder of the school year,” Coach Clark explained.
    Although the Varsity Water Polo team’s overall record was 2-20, Coach Clark and the students and staff of AHS have much to be proud of as Coach Clark stated, “The water polo boys [kept] a good attitude, [supported] each other as a team, and [worked] hard to improve throughout the season.”

    lenakalemkiarian

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    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Boys Water Polo

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Wed Nov 11, 2009 11:28 pm

    The past season has been a season of perseverance and learning for the boys of the Varsity Water Polo team as the season resulted in a league record of 1-6, finishing in sixth [too many seasons, fix] . The team was very young this year, so Coach Janice Clark hopes that this “growing season” will have “laid the groundwork for continued improvement next year and in the future.”
    Though the majority of the team will have another chance to prove their abilities in the sport, there will be four seniors that will be graduating. These seniors include the two co-captains of the team, senior Ian Ford and senior Andrew Bryne.
    The members of the varsity team will be given a week off to rest and relax, but seeing as swim season is approaching in second semester, the boys can’t expect the rest of the year to be relaxed.
    “They will swim during sixth period in order to stay in shape for swim season. We'll be busy out at the pool for the remainder of the school year,” Coach Clark explained.
    Although the Varsity Water Polo team’s overall record was 2-20, Coach Clark and the students and staff of AHS have much to be proud of as Coach Clark stated, “The water polo boys [kept] a good attitude, [supported] each other as a team, and [worked] hard to improve throughout the season.”

    reginaliu

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    Join date : 2009-09-03

    Re: Boys Water Polo

    Post  reginaliu on Wed Nov 11, 2009 11:31 pm

    The past season has been one of perseverance and learning for the boys of the Varsity Water Polo team as it resulted in a league record of 1-6, finishing in sixth. The team was very young this year, so Coach Janice Clark hopes that this “growing season” will have “laid the groundwork for continued improvement next year and in the future.”
    Though the majority of the team will have another chance to prove their abilities in the sport, there will be four seniors that will be graduating. These seniors include the two co-captains of the team, senior Ian Ford and senior Andrew Bryne.
    The members of the varsity team will be given a week off to rest and relax, but seeing as swim season is approaching in second semester, the boys can’t expect the rest of the year to be relaxed.
    “They will swim during sixth period in order to stay in shape for swim season. We'll be busy out at the pool for the remainder of the school year,” Coach Clark explained.
    Although the Varsity Water Polo team’s overall record was 2-20, Coach Clark and the students and staff of AHS have much to be proud of as Coach Clark stated, “The water polo boys [kept] a good attitude, [supported] each other as a team, and [worked] hard to improve throughout the season.”

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Boys Water Polo

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:44 pm

    The past season has been one of perseverance and learning for the boys of the Varsity Water Polo team as it resulted in a league record of 1-6, finishing in sixth. The team was very young this year, so Coach Janice Clark hopes that this “growing season” will have “laid the groundwork for continued improvement next year and in the future.”
    Though the majority of the team will have another chance to prove their abilities in the sport, there will be four seniors that will be graduating. These seniors include the two co-captains of the team, senior Ian Ford and senior Andrew Bryne.
    The members of the varsity team will be given a week off to rest and relax, but seeing as swim season is approaching in second semester, the boys can’t expect the rest of the year to be relaxed.
    “They will swim during sixth period in order to stay in shape for swim season. We'll be busy out at the pool for the remainder of the school year,” Coach Clark explained.
    Although the Varsity Water Polo team’s overall record was 2-20, Coach Clark and the students and staff of AHS [change to Coach lark, the students, and the staff at AHS] have much to be proud of as Coach Clark stated, “The water polo boys [kept] a good attitude, [supported] each other as a team, and [worked] hard to improve throughout the season.”

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