HIGH-SCHOOL WATER POLO
Four teams contesting state championships
FOUR AREA teams were competing for the state championships on Friday and yesterday, Saturday, as Clear Creek’s boys and girls were joined by the Clear Falls boys and Clear Springs girls at Flower Mound.
In the opening round the Clear Creek girls were taking on San Antonio O’Connor as The Post went to press, while the Wildcats’ boys were facing San Antonio Marshall.
Another San Antonio school, Alamo Heights, awaited both the Clear Springs girls and the Clear Falls boys.
The girls’ championship game was being played on Friday afternoon, with the boys’ championship due yesterday, Saturday.
Clear Creek’s Scott Lyle was named South region’s most valuable player, while teammate Jared Castillo was selected to the boys’ first team and Forrest Austin, Stephen Binion, Tripp Gaffney and Max Pfotenhauer were each named to the honorable-mention squad.
For the Creek girls, Helena Terrell and Olivia Todd received first-team honors, while Nicole Herrick and Maddie Robertson made the second team, with Megan Todd being named to the honorable-mention squad.
For Clear Falls, Jeremy Wauls and Brian Silverstri were named to the all-regional boys’ team, while Katelyn O’Donnell received the equivalent honor for the Knights’ girls squad.
Clear Springs was represented by Marcelo Maril, Callum Harris, Brandon Ennis and Kiel Haner on the boys’ side and Elsa Ybarra, Logan Reed and Kaylie Free on the girls’ all-region team.
Clear Brook’s Jacob Arend made the boys’ all-region squad, while the Wolverines were represented in the girls’ team by Kayla Cotter.