Golden West Girls Varsity Water Polo

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“Battle for the Paddle”… What a Battle!!!

It took six overtime periods before the winner of “Battle for the Paddle” was decided. That hard fought win allowed the Trailblazer girls water polo team to retain the Paddle for another year and also to take 1st place in the WYL. Congrats to our GWHS girls! GO BLAZERS!!! [complete_gallery id=”93052″ class=”alignnone” layout=”masonry” ]

Trailblazer Athlete of the Week (10/20-10/25)

Let’s congratulate our Trailblazer Athletes of the Week (10/20 – 10/25) Mary Akin and Sheldon White. Mary Akin– Girls Water Polo –  last week Mary broke the school record for drawn kick outs, which was 38 kick-outs! Mary has been a 3 year Varsity Player who has been one of the main reasons for this

Girls Water Polo go 4-1 at Western States Tournament

This past weekend the Varsity Girls went 4-1 at the Western States Tournament in Modesto, CA. Losing their first game to Granada High School 9-6, the Blazers rallied and took control of the following three games against Gregori (16-2), Golden Valley (13-9), and Clayton Valley (12-5), leading them to the championship game at the pool

GWHS Girls Polo Move into 1st Place in WYL

The Golden West girls beat the Miners 11-10 in overtime in a battle for first place in the WYL. After completion of the first round of league, the Blazers are alone at the top of the WYL with a league record of 5-1. Melanie Henriksen led the team with five goals, with Mary Akin to follow

GW Girls Water Polo Nearly Shuts Out Redwood

The Lady Trailblazers swam to an easy win 10-1 against the Rangers at the GWHS pool on Wednesday night. Leading the scoring was Madeline Pace and Melanie Henriksen who each netted three goals to lead the Trailblazers to another WYL win. The Lady Trailblazers are 3-1 in league and will face Lemoore on the road

JV Girls Water Polo Wins Visalia Water Polo Tournament

The JV girls water polo won five straight games this past weekend to capture the championship title at the Visalia JV Girls Tournament. The JV girls beat Clovis Saturday morning to advance into the championship game that afternoon, where they met up with Clovis East. It was a back-and-forth game for the first three quarters

GW Girls Water Polo Open League With Win Over MWHS

In their first game of the 2014 WYL season, the girls varsity water polo team took care of business by beating MWHS at home on Tuesday afternoon. The girls jumped out to a 5-2 lead over the pioneers and then held on to that same margin for an 8-5 victory. Leading the scoring was Melanie Henriksen

Girls Water Polo Maul the Mustangs

The GWHS water polo varsity girls team had no problem taking care of business as they beat Tulare Western 24-2. Cassandra Nevarez led the scoring with 5 goals, Melanie Henriksen followed with 4. Lauren Roebuck, Jezraiah Cabasa, and Madeline Pace had 3 goals each. The varsity girls are now 5-2 in their pre-season games. [complete_gallery id=”77282″

GWHS Girls Compete in Central Valley Shootout

On Friday the Varsity girls jumped in to their first tournament of the year up at the Central Valley Shootout in Clovis. They lost their first game 8-2 to a tough Sanger team. In the first half, the Trailblazers showed strong defense and held Sanger to 2 goals. But in the end, Sanger showed their

Varsity Girls Water Polo off to a Great Start

If the first game is an indicator of how the GWHS girls water polo team is going to do this season, well…it should be one exciting season! The girls faced off with the Porterville Panthers last Wednesday and saw a game the took two overtime periods before a victor was decided. In the end, the