Looking cool in the pool; APS Knights get first win of the season


The Southerner

Luke Paddock takes advantage of the goalie coming out and shoots past him to score one of his three goals in the first half. Paddock finished tied with Ryan Switzer with a game high five goals.

The APS Knights bounced back from an overtime loss to beat the Lakeside B team 13-7 and get their first win of the season. Luke Paddock and Ryan Switzer both had five goals for APS, which started a new rotation system to get many of its inexperienced players some time in the pool. Goalie Joe Bradley had an impressive game for the Knights, shutting out Lakeside in a key second quarter to give his team a four goal halftime lead that they never lost.

“It was a good game,” Bradley said. “It was a little rough at the beginning, but once I got warmed up, I was able to knock down some shots. It was awesome.”

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