Shore Aquatics had multiple girls’ water polo players spend time with the USA Water Polo recently. Maya O’Dea (14 years old) and Jermonie Billingsly (12) were selected in the USA Water Polo Olympic Development Selection Camp and took home first place. Katherine O’Dea (11) was in the USA Water Polo Olympic Development Championship. Ava Bishop […]
Great action shots from Moore League swimming prelims on Monday at Cabrillo High courtesy Tracey Roman.
A pair of Shore Aquatics boys’ water polo teams took home gold medals from the KAP 7 Tournament last weekend. The 16U and 18U teams both took first place at the elite tournament. 16U: Kai Goeku, Devon Brett, Alex Gonzales, Carson Krueger, Andrew Lear, Jake Lugenbuehl, Sean Steffen, Cameron Torres, Dylan Walty, Lucas Ocampo. Coach […]
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Shore Aquatics had six boys’ water polo players selected to the Olympic Development Program regional teams. Clinton Haltom, Max Miller, Zack Crenshaw, Sean Tunnicliff, Zack Crenshaw, Gray Carson and Wiley Haga all made the roster, and four of them played in their respective National Championship games in Riverside earlier this month. Max Miller and his […]
The state’s longest league championship streak will be on the line again this year, as Wilson tries to win a 47th consecutive Moore League title. The Bruins are led once again by a coach steeped in the tradition of the school’s storied aquatics program, Eric Berg. “We were lucky that the top seniors that graduated […]
The Long Beach Poly girls’ swim team is trying to make history this year as they try to win a fourth consecutive Moore League championship. If they succeed, they’d be the first school other than Wilson to four-peat in the Moore League. Longtime coach Kalani Caldwell said there’s advantages and disadvantages to being the hunted, […]
A Long Beach water polo legend passed away last week as Bob Horn passed away at 87 after a long illness. Horn was known most for his legendary career as a men’s swimming and water polo coach at UCLA, but he was a two-time All-American player at Long Beach State in 1957 and 58. Horn […]
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The Aquatic Capital of America held its third annual Hall of Fame banquet last week, on the deck at the Pete Archer Rowing Center. The ACOA inducted 14 worthy athletes in a star-studded event hosted by five-time Olympian and Long Beach legend Tony Azevedo. “Growing up in Long Beach, I knew we were a hotbed […]