Vote: Top girls water polo player of the week, Oct. 7 (Poll Closed)

  • Riley Haag, Princeton – The second-year captain is one of the Vikings’ top defensive players. In the Oct. 1 game against Milford for Senior night, she scored on eight of the nine shots she took. She had three assists, nine steals, one block, winning the sprint-off in the quarter she sprinted. At the Milford Invitational, she had two assists, four steals and a block in two games.
    820 votes

  • Olivia Shields, Sycamore - She has shown much improvement from last season to this season. This is only her second year playing and she is already a starter for the team. This past weekend at the Milford Invite she scored 5 goals, made 4 steals and drew 3 ejections.
    224 votes

  • Fiona Halloran, Mason – The senior is wrapping up her high school career in notable fashion: The Comets co-captain is a USA Water Polo Academic All-American and is an anchor of her team being among the team leaders in most all categories including minutes played, shots taken, goals, assists, and steals.
    396 votes


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