APS water polo team belittles Titans, increases record

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Today, the APS Knights water polo team traveled to the Cumming Aquatic Center to take on the Titans of Blessed Trinity Catholic High School. The Knights dominated the game from the start, leading the Titans 7-1 in the first half. Blessed Trinity had a slight rally in the third quarter, scoring three goals, but due a consistent performance by APS, the Knights stayed ahead and ended up winning the game 11-4.
Though most APS goals are usually scored by a core group of star players, seven different players scored the 11 APS goals today, demonstrating the growing talent on the team. Goals were scored by North Atlanta players; sophomore Chaz Torres,  junior Sam Cimowsky and junior Dillon Diamond and Grady players; senior Kate de Give, junior Ryan Switzer, senior Troy Kleber and senior Luke Paddock.
Paddock, who scored four goals for APS, was pleased with how the team played.
“I thought we did very well as a team,” Paddock said. “I was very impressed with how we came together there at the end.”
But, as always, there is room to grow as a team.
“One thing we need to improve on is passing and spreading out on offense,” Paddock said.
This week’s win increased the Knights’ divisional record to 4-1. The next game for the APS water polo team is next Thursday, Sept. 13, against The Wildcats, a combination of Wheeler High School and a club team called Kraken, at Pace Academy at 6:00.
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