Kentridge’s Adrian Tirtu (11) defends Auburn Riverside’s Tommy Marchant. COURTESY PHOTO, Tracy Arnold

Ravens top Chargers in water polo; Kentridge hosts Middle School Night on Tuesday

  • Sunday, October 22, 2017 2:03pm
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Auburn Riverside defeated Kentridge 15-11 in a North Puget Sound League match Thursday.

Tommy Merchant had Ethan Clever each had five goals for the league-leading Ravens (11-1, 12-3 overall).

Kentridge hosts Middle School Night at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Lindbergh High School Pool, 16740 128th Ave. SE, Renton.

Middle school students with student ID and their parents will be admitted free.

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