Kentridge tunes up for division championships | Boys prep water polo

  • Monday, November 4, 2019 12:05pm
  • Sports

Kentridge’s Erik Leber, above, fires a shot against Wilson during boys water polo action Friday. The goalie had taken the ball from a Kentridge player and was out and away from the cage when Leber stole the ball and scored.

The Chargers prevailed 14-8 on senior night.

Kentridge plays Kennedy in a nonleague match at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Tukwila Pool. Kentridge, which finished second in Division 2 West (Gig Harbor was first), is preparing for the championships this weekend. The Chargers face Kennedy again at Rogers High School of Puyallup this Friday. The match begins at 3 p.m.

Below photo:

Kentridge senior Alek Freutel, (No. 9), looks to pass the ball to a teammate while being guarded by a Wilson player.

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