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Girls water polo: More experienced Tokay Tigers squad hopes for fantastic finish

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Molly Bria of the Lodi Flames looks for an open shot as she’s guarded by Brooke Mahoney, left, and Abbey Grundmann of the Tokay Tigers at the Tokay High School pool on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012. Mahoney will be counted on to produce on the offensive and defensive sides of the pool as the Tigers shoot for a league title.

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Sarah Watt started her coaching career with them at the freshman-sophomore level. She guided them through an up-and-down varsity debut. And now, she’s thrilled to watch the core of the Tokay Tigers varsity girls water polo team make a big splash as seasoned veterans.

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Molly Bria of the Lodi Flames looks for an open shot as she’s guarded by Brooke Mahoney, left, and Abbey Grundmann of the Tokay Tigers at the Tokay High School pool on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012. Mahoney will be counted on to produce on the offensive and defensive sides of the pool as the Tigers shoot for a league title.