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Five Lodi Water Polo and Swim Foundation teams qualify for Junior Olympics

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Posted: Monday, June 25, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 7:04 am, Mon Jun 25, 2012.

Five teams from the Lodi Water Polo and Swim Foundation have the chance to take on the nation’s best.

The club’s 14U boys, 16U girls, 16U boys, 18U girls and 18U boys squads all recently qualified for the Junior Olympics, which take place at Stanford University July 28-31.

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1 comment:

  • Ron Werner posted at 4:25 pm on Tue, Jun 26, 2012.

    Ron Werner Posts: 101

    My son's first JO's was 1999. Before To-Lo or Lodi Water polo Foundation there was Big Valley Water polo club. Players from Lodi, Tokay, St. Marys and Lincoln combined on one team, coached by guys like Matt Thomas, Mike Leabo and Eric Scharar. That might have been the very first club team from this area to go to JO's. Becasue they had an all-star team of the best local talent, our guys were pretty confident. Their first game was against Commerce. Looking at the short, skinny guys from this mostly Hispanic section of LA made our guys even more confidant. Anyone who knows water polo know that the folks in Commerce take their water polo seriously. Big Valley got spanked and opened their eyes to a whole new type of water polo they had not seen before. JO's is a great experience for young players. It's great to see Lodi Water polo Foundation sending 5 teams. Good Luck and have fun.



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