Kentwood’s Josh Maloy, left, looks to pass the ball as Kentridge’s Steven Rosengren defends. COURTESY PHOTO, Tracy Arnold

Kentridge tops Kentwood in water polo season opener

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Kentridge defeated Kentwood 17-6 in a season-opening boys water polo game at the Covington Aquatic Center on Tuesday.

Koji Yoshima, a junior, led the Chargers with six goals. Sophomore Erik Leiber had four goals, Milo Anderson scored three and Mac Brennan added two. Steven Rosengren and Adrian Tirtu each scored a goal.

For Kentwood, Alex Maloy had a hat trick, Jan Grobbelaar scored a pair of goals and Dallas George added another.

Kentridge took on Auburn Mountainview on Friday at the Lindbergh pool.

Hunter Arnold, a 2013 Auburn Mountainview graduate, is the new coach of a young Kentridge team.

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