The 16U Team Sask girls went undefeated this weekend in Water Polo action in Surrey BC.
Alexandra Andrist, Josephine Andrist, Gabby Jocelyn, Mikayla Hack and Breanna Sinclair from the Estevan Sharks were part of Team Sask this weekend and came home with the following scores:
Team Sask wins over Edmonton Tsunami 9-8
Team Sask wins over Calgary Renegades Gold 21-12
Team Sask wins over Fraser Valley 16-14
Team Sask wins over Calgary Renegades Black 14-13
Team Sask wins over Pacific Storm 10-6
16U Team Sask boys came home with a 3-2 record. Ethan Elliott, Cameron Gillingham and Lyndon Sauder from the Estevan Sharks were part of Team Sask this weekend and came home with the following scores:
Team Sask lost to Fraser Valley 11-15
Team Sask wins over Calgary Wild 11-5
Team Sask wins over Team Manitoba 22-13
Team Sask wins over wins over Edmonton Mako Tsunami 14-12
Team Sask lost to West Coast Warriors 3-15
This concludes the regular season for 16U NCL with the next action being in Calgary for Western Finals in April. All teams will once again face off based on divisional standings and try to earn a top 2 placing to move onto Nationals
Also, Fourteen players from the Sharks Atom teams traveled to Brandon as part of an ambassadorship program. Along with the Winnipeg team, the Sharks are helping Brandon establish a club. It was a single day, just-for-fun tournament. This is the first time our athletes participated in anything like that. They are used to a high level, competitive play. It was a refreshing change for the athletes. There are plans for the Sharks to host the new Brandon team in the fall.