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Saturday, April 18 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Saturday, April 18, 2009 11:30pm



90 total games take place on Saturday. The first swim-off for Illinois teams actually takes place in Florida, as Fenwick (boys) looks for their second out-of-state win against St Andrews (FL) at the Ransom Everglades Tournament. The Friars won their first game over Gulliver Prep (FL) on Friday and also play the hosts before advancing to the championship round of the tournament. Here is a look at the other action that got started on Friday and continues on Saturday:


Fenwick results: The top-ranked Friars won both of their contests on Saturday in Florida and finished their trip to the Sunshine State with a 3-0 record. They earned wins over both Ransom and St Andrews on Saturday to go along with their Friday win over Gulliver Prep.


Lyons Tournament (Boys)

Only two games remain in the opening round at the Lyons Tournament, but a lot is left to be decided before the championship round begins on Saturday afternoon in Lagrange. The hosts beat Stevenson but will have to escape a challenge from Loyola at 1:00pm in order to advance to the title game. The same goes for Oak Park, as the Huskies beat York but will have to beat St Ignatius to get to the final game. York and Stevenson both went 1-1 on Friday night and look set to meet in the third-place game barring any surprises in the first two games of the day.

Final Results: Oak Park edged Lyons 11-10 in the title game; York beat Stevenson 8-6 for third place; Loyola held off St Ignatius 11-7 for fifth place


Naperville Central Tournament (Boys)

The opening round concluded on Friday night, as nine games were played at both Naperville Central and Naperville North High School. Naperville Central, Mundelein, and Glenbrook South each went 2-0 on the night to advance to the championship bracket of the tournament. The Redhawks will look to cement their status as the #2 team in the state; Glenbrook South is looking to build momentum for another run at a state tournament bid; Mundelein is finally at full strength and will look to surprise both teams on Saturday afternoon.

Final Results: Naperville Central held off Mundelein 13-7 and topped GBS 17-3 to win the title; Mundelein claimed second with a 10-8 overtime win over GBS; Naperville North finished fourth after going 2-0 on Saturday, while Buffalo Grove went 2-0 to finish in seventh place.


Sandburg Tournament (Boys)

Neuqua Valley and Sandburg proved their status as favorites at the Sandburg Tournament on Friday with opening round wins, while Andrew and Hinsdale South also won and will have a shot to knock off the aforementioned teams on Saturday afternoon. With four games down, eight more first-round games still remain before the tournament breaks down into the championship round.

Final Results: Neuqua Valley defeated Sandburg 10-8 to win the title; Hinsdale South edged Andrew 8-7 in the third place game; Prospect tipped R-B 10-9 for fifth place


St Ignatius Tournament (Girls)

The hosts passed the first test of their tournament with a 6-4 victory over New Trier on Friday night and also beat Marian 11-2 in the nightcap. Loyola and Homewood-Flossmoor were also winners on Friday night. The tournament has no championship round, but key matchups on Saturday begin at 9:00am with Loyola facing H-F. The Ramblers also face a tough test at noon against New Trier.

Final Results: St Ignatius finished the weekend with a 4-0 record; Loyola and New Trier finished their game in a 6-6 tie; the Ramblers went 3-0-1 while the Trevians finished the weekend with a 2-1-1 record.


St Viator Tournament (Girls)

Prospect won two games on Friday and will need one more win to advance to the St Viator Tournament's championship game on Saturday. Other contenders include St Charles North and Wheeling, as both teams won their first games on Friday night and will play at 11:10am. But with seven total games left to play before the final round, a lot can still happen in Arlington Heights on Saturday afternoon.

Final Results: Wheeling beat Prospect 5-3 in the tournament final and finished the weekend with a 4-0 record


York Tournament (Girls)

Lyons advanced to the championship game at the York Tournament with Friday wins over Riverside-Brookfield and Naperville North. They await the winner of the York-Andrew contest that gets underway at 10:00am; the Dukes won their first game over Barrington 9-8 and need one more win to advance to take on Lyons for the tournament title. The Fillies bounced back from a loss to York by beating Andrew and putting themselves in position to play in the third place game, where they will face either Naperville North or Riverside-Brookfield (who play at 9:00am).

Final Results: Lyons beat Barrington 16-3 in the title game; York bounced back from a 12-10 loss to Andrew with a 11-4 win over R-B to finish third; Andrew beat Naperville North 8-5 to claim fifth place


Other tournaments on Saturday that get underway include New Trier (boys), Latin (boys and girls), Vernon Hills (girls), Elk Grove (girls), and Highland Park (girls). Check the Live! Scoreboard all day long beginning at 9:00am for scores and other updates as we follow the action on



Friday, April 17 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Friday, April 17, 2009 9:50pm



Fenwick 11 Gulliver Prep (FL) 4

Fenwick won their opening game in Florida, beating Gulliver Prep 11-4 on Friday afternoon. Brian Barron scored 5 goals and Will Rigali added 3 scores to lead the offense, while Chris Wendt and Dan Barron each recorded 6 steals on the defensive end for the Friars. Goalie Matt Napleton recorded 10 saves in the win for Fenwick, who takes on St Andrews (FL) at 8am EST and Ransom Everglades (FL) at 9:40 EST.


York 12 St Ignatius 8

Colin Albue, Marc Krolikiewicz, and Mark Olalde each recorded 3 goals to lead York to a 12-8 victory over St Ignatius in the first game of the Lyons Tournament on Friday afternoon.


Mundelein 10 Buffalo Grove 3

Mundelein 16 Naperville North 11

The Mustangs won both of their first round games at the Naperville Central Tournament, defeating Buffalo Grove 10-3 and Naperville North 16-11 on Friday night. Pat Falconer scored 6 goals, Mike Begrowicz added 5 scores, and Brandon Horsch and Will Davidson each added 3 scores in the two-game set for Mundelein.



Lincoln-Way Central 12 Stagg 2

Anna Whyte, Brittany Mozerka, Jessica Graf, Sarah Hanly, and Stacy Wymer each scored 2 goals in Lincoln-Way Central's 12-2 win over Stagg.


York 9 Barrington 8

Grace Nelson scored 4 times to lead York to a 9-8 win over Barrington in the opening game of the York Tournament on Friday night.


Prospect 10 Lockport 7

Meg Dix scored 5 goals to lead the Knights past Lockport 10-7 at the St Viator Tournament. Prospect also beat Palatine 8-5 to improve to 2-0 in the first round of the tournament.



Thursday, April 16 (Update #2)

By Aaron Brown

Thursday, April 16, 2009 9:20pm




Sandburg 15 Homewood-Flossmoor 8

Cody Siemeck recorded 8 goals to lead Sandburg past Homewood-Flossmoor 15-8 on Thursday night.


Morgan Park 18 Juarez 9

Curtis Webb, Denzell Blackmon, Richard Leigh, and Zachary Wenner all scored 4 times to lead Morgan Park to an 18-9 win over Juarez in the Chicago Public League game on Thursday.


Buffalo Grove 18 Elk Grove 3

Matt Cooney scored 5 goals, Matt Block added 4 scores, and goalie Dan Schmitz recorded 13 saves and 4 assists in Buffalo Grove's 18-3 win over Elk Grove.


Fremd 14 Palatine 12

Zach Vendelogt recorded 9 goals and 8 steals to lead Fremd past Palatine 14-12. Brent Caras and Evan Ruggiero both added 2 scores, while Chris Mackey totaled one goal, 6 assists, and 12 steals for the Vikings.


Barrington 15 Conant 4

Mike Byron recorded 5 goals and Mike Reindl added 3 scores in the Broncos' 15-4 win over Conant in the Mid-Suburban West Conference contest on Thursday.


Naperville Central 17 Neuqua Valley 12

Chris Depew, Mark Menis, and Ryan Stanley each scored 4 goals to lead Naperville Central to a 17-12 win over Neuqua Valley.


Lincoln-Way North 22 Bradley 6

Kyler VanSwol scored 10 goals in Lincoln-Way North's 22-6 victory over Bradley.


Lockport 14 Lincoln-Way Central 8

Kevin Moran and Pat Cavanaugh each scored 4 goals to lead Lockport to a 14-8 win over Lincoln-Way Central. Joe Hernandez and Larry Formosa also added 3 goals apiece in the win for the Porters.


Glenbrook South 11 New Trier 9

Chris DeLetto scored 5 goals and added 5 steals and Ben Hengels totaled 4 scores and 5 assists as Glenbrook South used a 3-1 run in the fourth quarter to break an 8-8 tie and beat New Trier 11-9 on Thursday. Bill Farmer scored 4 goals and drew 5 ejections in the loss for the Trevians.



Fremd 21 Palatine 1

Erika Lauraitis scored 5 goals, Danielle Chemello added 4 scores, and Allison McCarthy and Brittany Bochenko both tallied 3 scores to lead Fremd to a 21-1 victory over Palatine.


Lincoln-Way East 12 Andrew 5

Katie Paul and Laura Cempel both scored 3 times to lead Lincoln-Way East to a 12-5 win over Andrew on Thursday. Alyssa Toland and Brittany Becvar also scored 2 times in the win for the Griffins. Kayla Kutinac led the Thunderbolts with 2 scores in the loss.


Latin 5 Young 4

Brittany Wallace scored 3 goals to lead Latin to a 5-4 victory over Young.


Lincoln-Way Central 12 Lockport 3

Stacy Wymer scored 3 goals and Lauren Dundek and Sarah Hanly both scored 2 times to help lift Lincoln-Way Central to a 12-3 win over Lockport.


Buffalo Grove 9 Elk Grove 4

Kathryn Emerson scored 5 goals and goalie Jessica Lundin made 9 saves to lead Buffalo Grove to a 9-4 victory over Elk Grove in the MSL East matchup on Thursday evening.


Naperville Central 15 Neuqua Valley 2

Haley Nelson scored 5 goals and Abbey Kerth, Emily Wooten, and Tori Davis each scored 2 goals apiece to lead the Redhawks to a 15-2 win over Neuqua Valley. Sam Virella also made 8 saves and allowed 2 goals in the win for NC. Jeanette Nolte and Shianne Gillespie each recorded goals in the losing effort for the Wildcats.


Waubonsie Valley 10 Hinsdale Central 6

Nikki Mandl and Sabina Kastanova each scored 3 goals to lead Waubonsie Valley to a 10-6 win over Hinsdale Central on Thursday. Mallory Smith scored 3 times and Caitlin Connor added 2 goals for the Red Devils in the loss.


Sandburg 9 Homewood-Flossmoor 8 (OT)

Stephanie Pouder recorded 17 saves and Michelle Kuyper scored 3 goals as Sandburg outlasted Homewood-Flossmoor 9-8 in the SouthWest Suburban Conference contest on Thursday night. Alyssa Turza also scored 2 goals for the Eagles, who narrowly remained undefeated in the conference. Katie McHugh scored 3 times, Michelle Mayer added 2 goals, and Vikings' goalie Sophie Schloen recorded 13 saves in the loss.


Riverside-Brookfield 15 Stagg 9

Katherine Pike scored 6 goals, Jojo Tabor had 4 scores and 8 steals, and Lisa Thomas recorded 3 goals and 11 steals in R-B's 15-9 victory over Stagg on Thursday.



Thursday, April 16 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Thursday, April 16, 2009 12:30am


Recognition: The Guide to Getting Recognized on

By Aaron Brown


Over the past seven years, the main goal of this web site has remained the recognize as many boys' and girls' water polo players for their performances throughout the season. I'd hesitate to count how many players over that time have had their name appear on the site, but the number is probably far too great to count. And judging by the total number of hits the site is nearing (1,000,000), that's quite a few people who have read about those players over that time.


Which brings me to the point of the article - how to get recognized on The main reason I decided to type this out at midnight on a Wednesday during Week 6 of the season is because I have been getting a handful of e-mails from parents and players that are confused as to why certain players get recognition from the site, while others never get mentioned. Trust me when I tell you that between 95-98% of the information that I receive on a daily basis gets posted on the site. There really isn't much that goes into deciding who to include and who to exclude...all legitimate information usually finds its' way onto the site. Which means that if someone's performance hasn't been recognized, it is very likely that no one took the time to report the information to the site.


To read more of this article, click here...



Wednesday, April 15 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 11:55pm



Glenbrook South 11 Deerfield 3

Mark Halfen recorded 3 goals to lead Glenbrook South past Deerfield 11-3 on Wednesday.


Morgan Park 20 Mt Carmel 6

Richard Leigh scored 6 goals to lead Morgan Park past Mt Carmel 20-6.


Fremd 16 St Viator 12

Brent Caras scored 6 goals, Zach Vandelogt added 5 scores, and Thomas Orlowski scored 3 times to lead Fremd to a 16-12 win over St Viator. Chris Mackey also added a goal, 6 assists, and 12 steals in the Vikings' win.


Rolling Meadows 12 Hersey 4

Pat Lebuhn scored 8 goals to lead Rolling Meadows to a 12-4 victory over Hersey on Wednesday. Dan Vockerath also scored 2 times in the win for the Mustangs.


Loyola 15 Conant 2

Charlie Shaw and Conor Murphy each scored 4 goals to lead the Ramblers to a 15-2 victory over Conant.


Oak Park 12 York 4

Tommy Poulos scored 6 goals and Armando Lee and Dylan O'Connell each scored 2 times in Oak Park's 12-4 win over York in the West Suburban Conference matchup. Marc Krolikiewicz scored 2 goals in the loss for the Dukes.


Highland Park 11 Libertyville 10 (OT)

Nate Kelley scored the game-winning goal in sudden death overtime to propel Highland Park to an 11-10 win over Libertyville. The teams entered the first overtime session tied at 9-9, and both teams recorded one goal apiece at the end of the two three-minute periods. Nate Moyer totaled 5 goals in the victory for the Giants.


Lincoln-Way East 14 Sandburg 5

Kyle DeGroot scored 6 goals and Karl Zoellick added 3 scores to lead the Griffins to a 14-5 win over Sandburg to takeover first place in the SouthWest Suburban Conference on Wednesday night.



Sandburg 13 Naperville North 4

Alyssa Turza scored 4 goals and Stephanie Pouder recorded 10 saves to lead Sandburg to a 13-4 win over Naperville North on Wednesday afternoon. Alex Bielski and Jamie Pappanastos both scored 2 times in the win for the Eagles. Kayle Westman scored 2 times in the loss for the Huskies.


Fremd 20 St Viator 3

Erika Lauraitis scored 6 goals and added 11 steals, Katie French scored 5 goals, Allison McCarthy scored 4 times, and Amy Ruiz added 3 goals as Fremd defeated St Viator 20-3. Melanie Wood scored 2 times to lead the Lions in the loss.


Schaumburg 21 Vernon Hills 13

Danielle Kappel and Nicole Mundie both scored 7 times to lead Schaumburg past Vernon Hills 21-13. Dana Andrea and Kelly Steininger each scored 4 goals in the loss for the Cougars.


Highland Park 4 Libertyville 3

Alex Bolling scored 2 goals and goalie Mariana Irwin recorded 17 saves, including the game-saving block with three seconds remaining to help Highland Park hold off Libertyville 4-3. Nessa Higginson and Sarah Mocogni each added one goal in the win for the Giants.



Tuesday, April 14 (Update #2)

By Aaron Brown

Tuesday, April 14, 2009 11:23pm



Buffalo Grove 9 Hersey 5

Matt Cooney and Matt Block each scored 3 goals, Kevin Reilly added 2 scores, and Brad Lotzer tallied one score in BG's 9-5 win over Hersey on Tuesday.


Stagg 18 Bradley 10

Drew Stoffel, Ian DeBruyn, and Nick Vasdekas each scored 4 goals to lead Stagg past Bradley 18-10.


Morgan Park 18 DeLaSalle 6

Curtis Webb, Denzell Blackmon, Richard Leigh, and Zachary Wenner each scored 3 goals each to lead Morgan Park to an 18-6 win over DeLaSalle. 


Maine East 9 Von Steuben 7

Chris Scanlon scored 4 goals and Danny Ward and Steven Tom both scored 2 times to lead Maine East to a 9-7 victory over Von Steuben on Tuesday night. Alex Hrnjak stopped 15 shots in goal in the win for Maine East.


Glenbrook South 19 Lake Forest 11

Ben Hengels scored 7 goals and added 5 assists and Chris DeLetto recorded 6 goals and 2 assists to lead GBS to a 19-11 victory over Lake Forest. Mike Gannon led the Scouts with 8 goals in the loss.


Stevenson 11 St Patrick 10

Ali Khan recorded 4 goals, Alex Rembialkowski and Ty Kuper each scored 2 times, and goalie Adam Weisberger recorded 13 saves (including a penalty shot block) to lead Stevenson past St Patrick 11-10.


Hinsdale South 14 St Charles East 9

David Auclair scored 5 goals to lead the Hornets to a 14-9 win over St Charles East on Tuesday night. Dan Cigler added 3 scores and Brent Zurawski added 2 goals in the win for Hinsdale South.


Barrington 11 Fremd 8

Mike Byron (4 goals), Mike Reindl (3 goals), and Brendan Lesniak (2 goals) led the Broncos to an 11-8 win over Fremd on Tuesday night. Brent Caras scored 3 goals to lead the Vikings in the losing effort.


Lockport 11 Homewood-Flossmoor 6

Brian Cavanaugh, Joe Hernandez, Kevin Moran, Larry Formosa, and Pat Cavanaugh each scored 2 goals to lead Lockport to an 11-6 win over H-F.


Schaumburg 19 Conant 3

Chris Corbett scored 7 goals to lead the Saxons to a 19-3 victory over Conant on Tuesday night in MSL West action.


Oak Park 11 Young 5

Tommy Poulos scored 5 times and Armando Lee added 3 scores to lead Oak Park past Young 11-5.


Waubonsie Valley 13 York 7

Jim Zuponeck scored 4 goals, Cameron Weber added 3 scores, and Kyle Apple scored 2 goals as Waubonsie Valley beat York 13-7. Marc Krolikiewicz scored 3 times in the loss for the Dukes.



Naperville Central 8 New Trier 7

Haley Nelson scored 4 times, Abby Kerth and Emily Sejna each scored 2 goals, and goalie Sam Virella recorded 11 saves in the 8-7 win for the Redhawks. Ryanne O'Donnell scored 3 goals in the loss for the Trevians.


Andrew 13 Lincoln-Way North 4

Ashley Stromberg and Leah McCarthy both scored 3 times and Kayla Kutinac and Natalie Fisher both scored 2 goals to help lift Andrew past Lincoln-Way North 13-4. T-Bolts goalie Katie Sharp recorded a shutout in the second half in the victory. Taylor Nelson scored 2 goals in the loss for LWN.


Fremd 12 Barrington 9

Erika Lauraitis scored 7 goals, Katie French added 3 scores, and Allison McCarthy scored 2 times to lead Fremd to a 12-9 victory over Barrington. The win gives the Vikings a two-game advantage over the Fillies in the MSL West race.


Bremen 18 Richards 4

Emma Martinus tallied 6 goals, Catherine Vivado added 5 scores, and Julie Velcich recorded 11 saves in Bremen's 18-4 win over Richards on Tuesday.


Homewood-Flossmoor 11 Lockport 5

Michelle Mayer and Rebecca Matthews each scored 3 goals and Maya Holst added 2 scores in H-F's 18-4 win over Lockport. Maggie Knowles scored 3 times and Jackie Bart added 2 scores in the loss for the Porters.


Hinsdale Central 12 St Charles North 5

Caitlin Connor scored 7 goals and goalie Carolyn Chen recorded 16 saves to lead the Red Devils to a 12-5 victory over St Charles North. Emily Sullivan and Kate Otten both scored 2 goals in the loss for the North Stars.


Glenbrook South 6 Northside 4

Michelle Durkin scored 2 goals and GBS used a 4-2 second half run to come-from-behind to beat Northside Prep 6-4. Monica Pinkus scored 2 goals in the loss for the Mustangs.


Neuqua Valley 11 Naperville North 2

Jeanette Nolte, Jennifer Nehls, and Jessica Zimmerman each scored 3 times to lead the Wildcats to an 11-2 win over Naperville North.


Young 11 Oak Park 9

Gail Wilcoxen scored 5 goals, Gabriela Cabrera added 3 scores, Karina Zizumbo scored 2 goals, and Yadi Casimora added one score in Young's 11-9 victory over Oak Park.


Fenwick 15 St Viator 2

Lisett Calderon scored 3 goals to help lift Fenwick past St Viator 15-2 on Tuesday evening.


Mundelein 16 Deerfield 5

Evelyn Kurzac, Alice Denny, and Sarah Honda combined to score 12 goals and lead Mundelein defeat Deerfield 16-5.


Lincoln-Way East 10 Lincoln-Way Central 9

Maude Kingsbury recorded 13 saves to help Lincoln-Way East beat rival Lincoln-Way Central 10-9 on Tuesday night.



Tuesday, April 14 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Tuesday, April 14, 2009 6:45pm


The IHSA announced the brackets for this year's state tournament earlier today in Bloomington, IL. Here is a quick look at the way the brackets turned out:



GAME 1: Glenbrook North sectional winner vs Lyons sectional winner


GAME 2: Barrington sectional winner vs LWC sectional winner


GAME 3: Fenwick sectional winner vs UIC sectional winner


GAME 4: Neuqua Valley sectional winner vs Vernon Hills sectional winner



GAME 1: Barrington sectional winner vs Lyons sectional winner


GAME 2: Fenwick sectional winner vs UIC sectional winner


GAME 3: Glenbrook North sectional winner vs Vernon Hills sectional winner


GAME 4: Neuqua Valley sectional winner vs LWC sectional winner



Monday, April 13 (Update #2)

By Aaron Brown

Monday, April 13, 2009 10:25pm



9 boys/9 girls games on Monday...Sandburg vs Bradley (boys) has been rescheduled due to problems with Bradley's pool. Bremen (girls) improved to 15-1 on the season with an early afternoon 13-3 win over Argo, while Bremen's boys team also beat Argo 15-5 earlier today.



Bremen 15 Argo 5

Josh Fitting and Peter Dryan combined to score 8 goals to help lift Bremen past Argo 15-5 on Monday.


Rolling Meadows 8 Prospect 7

Pat Lebuhn totaled 5 goals, Damian Fitzsimmons scored 2 times, and Dan Briggs added one score in Rolling Meadows' 8-7 victory over Prospect in the MSL East matchup.


St Viator 16 St Charles North 11

Eric Primdahl recorded 8 goals and added 7 steals to lead St Viator to a 16-11 win over St Charles North on Monday night. Gregg O'Connor also scored 3 times in the victory for the Lions. Michael Nield scored 5 times and Alex Waskelo added 4 goals in the loss for St Charles North.


Latin 13 Young 10

Jacob Himmel scored 5 goals and AJ Galainena added 4 scores in Latin's 13-9 victory over Young on Monday. The Romans broke a 4-4 tie early in the third quarter and outscored Young 9-5 in the second half to emerge with the four-goal win.


Mundelein 16 Palatine 6

Frank Lukacs, Mike Begrowicz, and Pat Falconer each scored 4 times to lead Mundelein to a 16-6 victory over Palatine on Monday.



Bremen 13 Argo 3

Nora Plank recorded 4 goals to lead Bremen to a 13-3 victory over Argo on Monday afternoon.


Naperville Central 15 Hinsdale South 4

Haley Nelson scored 4 goals and Emily Wooten and Claire Fleming each added 3 scores to lead Naperville Central to a 15-4 victory over Hinsdale South in nonconference action. Hillary Ceselik scored 3 goals for the Hornets in the loss.


Latin 9 Lane 3

Ashley Henderson scored 3 goals to lead the Romans to a 9-3 victory over Lane on Monday evening.


Lyons 12 Homewood-Flossmoor 5

Kirby Kaptur scored 4 goals and Emily Ronning and Angela Cusack each added 3 scores to lead the Lions to a 12-5 road victory over Homewood-Flossmoor. Allie Grimes, Katie Doyle, and Megan McNichols each added one goal apiece in the win for LT. The Vikings got goals from Hannah Ongman, Katie McHugh, Maya Holst, Michelle Mayer, and Rebecca Matthews in the losing effort.


Richards 13 Stagg 11

Melissa Pantone scored 7 goals to lead the Bulldogs to a 13-11 win over Stagg on Monday. Corinne Stoffel tallied 7 goals for Stagg in the loss.


Monday, April 13 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Monday, April 13, 2009 3:45am


Recent updates:

The Illpolo Report - Summary of the fifth week of the season

The Starting VII - Preview of the sixth week of the season

Super Ballers - Find out which players were named Super Ballers after Week 5

Ballers of the Week - Check out which 43 players earned 'Baller status' for Week 5

Week 5 Updates - Game recaps and news from Week 5 of the 2009 season



Sunday, April 12 (Update #1)

By Aaron Brown

Sunday, April 12, 2009 9:30pm


The rankings after the fifth week of the season have been updated:


Top 25 Rankings





Week 5 Updates


Check out the complete Week 5 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.




Week 4 Updates


Check out the complete Week 4 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.




Week 3 Updates


Check out the complete Week 3 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.




Week 2 Updates


Check out the complete Week 2 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.




Week 1 Updates


Check out the complete Week 1 Updates from the 2009 water polo season.




Donations Needed To Support

By Aaron Brown

Sunday, February 21, 2009 9:55am


PLAINFIELD, IL I need your help! My mission is to ensure that the sport gets the proper coverage that these boys and girls deserve, starting with this web site and hopefully moving towards the newspapers. I will do everything I can to make this happen, but if I could get some assistance I would be greatly appreciative.


I don't know how long I can keep this pace up...the cost of web hosting, wireless Internet, domains, travel expenses, gas, and the time spent volunteering can be very difficult when all is said and done. To make a donation, have an advertisement placed on the site, or to become a sponsor, either click the PayPal link or read the following contact information:


Any donations can be made to No Limit Water Polo, which is a not-for-profit organization. If you are interested in helping out or have questions, you can contact me by e-mail at, by phone at (847) 331-6520, or by sending mail to:

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