Don’t forget to submit your nominations for players of the week by Tuesday each week. Player of the Week, Girls Tessa Welch, Memorial HS (Houston), Grade 12 In two big victories over top teams in Houston she scored seven goals, had five steals, three field blocks, and four assists.
If there’s a water polo job in Texas that Chris Cullen does not have we’d like to know about it. Today he talks with Joe about becoming the NISCA Regional Chairperson, a position connected with selecting All-American prep water polo players from Texas and beyond each year. We also
Don’t forget to submit your nominations for players of the week by Tuesday each week. Player of the Week, Girls Kaylee Goodwin, Grade 12, Hebron Kaylee racked up 15 goals, five steals, four assists, and earned five ejectionsin Hebron’s 2-0 weekend vs Lake Highlands and MacArthur. Kaylee has now
Austin College went to Pennsylvania and returned undefeated after four entertaining matches, including wins over Division II Gannon and Mercyhurst. We talk with two of their award-winning athletes Lexi Wong and Sophie Oliver. Jeff Chandler is a two-time state high school championship winner at Cy-Creek and is in the
For the week of March 29 we have three players of the week. Congratulations to them. And don’t forget to submit your nominations for players of the week by Tuesday each week. Player of the Week, Girls Cayleigh Carter, Grade 12, Guyer She’s the top scorer in north Texas.
It’s back. The ranking system is fixed and the coaches’ votes have been tallied. TXWP Coaches’ Poll 3/31/2021 Boys Also receiving votes: Foster, Guyer, Carroll, Jersey Village, Brazoswood, Strafford, Cypress Creek Girls Also receiving votes: Carroll, Sterling Current high school coaches who want to join our panel and vote
For the week of March 22 (yes, this is late!) we have three players of the week. Congratulations to them. And don’t forget to submit your nominations for players of the week for this past week, March 23-27. Player of the Week, Girls Adrienne Grimes, Grade 12, St. Agnes
We’re very late. We know. But better late than… whatever. James is in Wyoming, which Joe makes fun of. So the remote location makes audio sound subpar, or more subpar than usual. This week we recap some of the top high school events and select our first players of
The Cal Baptist men finished this bizarre season with an upset win over Air Force to earn their first ever Western Water Polo Association Championship and are now headed to Los Angeles for NCAA Championships, the program’s first. There they’ll face perennial top-four UCLA and look to stage a