Kentridge junior Adrian Tirtu, right, defends Auburn Mountainview senior and captain Truman Sulewski during district playoff action. COURTESY PHOTO, Tracy Arnold

Kentridge junior Adrian Tirtu, right, defends Auburn Mountainview senior and captain Truman Sulewski during district playoff action. COURTESY PHOTO, Tracy Arnold

Auburn Mountainview denies Kentridge, earns ticket to state in boys water polo

  • Friday, November 10, 2017 4:28pm
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Auburn Mountainview turned back Kentridge 7-6 at the regional boys water polo tournament last week, earning a ticket to this week’s state showcase at Curtis High School in University Place.

The Lions had beaten Wilson but lost to Bainbridge Island, setting up an elimination match with the Chargers. Auburn Mountainview pulling ahead early and used stout defense to preserve the win.

Auburn Mountainview dropped a 12-5 decision to Gig Harbor for the No. 3 seed to state.

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