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Tides win girls water polo title; all-tourney teams

Post by Doug Pacey / The News Tribune on May 24, 2010 at 2:27 pm with No Comments »
May 24, 2010 2:27 pm

Gig Harbor defeated Curtis on Saturday for the girls water polo state championship. The Tides beat the Vikings 4-3, getting three goals from Laura Biggs and one from Lora Donaldson. For Curtis, Molly Berger scored twice and Olivia Start once.

Here are the placing from the tournament and the all-tournament teams:

State Champ – Gig Harbor
2nd Place – Curtis
3rd Place – Auburn-Riverside
4th Place – Stadium
5th Place – Wilson
6th Place – Rogers

Offensive Most Valuable Player
Lauren Biggs, Gig Harbor

Defensive Most Valuable Player
Lauren Christianson, Curtis

Coach of the Year
Mike Kelly, Gig Harbor

All State Teams
First Team

Lauren Lott, Gig Harbor
Lauren Biggs, Gig Harbor
Leslie Hughes, Gig Harbor
Lauren Christenson, Curtis
Sarah Berger, Curtis
Nicole Curtis, Auburn-Riverside
Lizzie Menefee, Stadium

Second Team
Lora Donaldson, Gig Harbor
Ashley Streich, Gig Harbor
Melissa Seiber, Curtis
Molly Berger, Curtis
Carly, Hill, Auburn-Riverside
Jenny MacKenzie, Auburn-Riverside
Gwendolyn Crabtree, Stadium

Honorable Mention
Kiera McMenimen, Gig Harbor
Chelsey Noland, Curtis
Malia Mason, Auburn-Riverside
Abigail Wojtanowicz, Stadium
Victoria Turnbull, Wilson
Brianna Sherwood, Wilson
Sarah King, Rogers
Tiana Cabaug, Rogers
Lindsay Bowden, Enumclaw
Shaye Hogerhuis, Enumclaw
Tess Rumbaugh, Auburn Mountainview

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