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2001 Girls' Water Polo

2001 Varsity AWARD WINNERS
First Team All League
Renee Moyer
Second Team All League
Natasha Peterson
Honorable Mention
Melissa Martin & Ashley Gilb
Most Valuable Player
Renee Moyer & Natasha Peterson
Most Improved
Lauren Hall
Iron Man
Brittany Bruckner
Clan Pride
Melissa Martin
2001 Junior Varsity AWARD WINNERS
Most Valuable Player
Johanna Ellefson
Player of the Year
Codi Robinson
Most Improved
Melissa Flores
3.5 GPA or better
Amy Cappellucci - Shawna Dinnen - Ashley Gilb*3.79 - Renee Moyer - Christy Prescott - Lauren Hall - Kendyl Williams - Codi Robinson - Alyssa Talkington
94% (30 out of 32) of the girls' water polo team earned a GPA of 3.0 or higher during the regular season
Ayala Tournament First Place
Clan Pride Moments
Brittany & Katie
The Gang
I survived Hell Week
Stopping the ball with your face hurts!
Meghan & Shawna
Ashley gleams in the sun
Coaches before the game-NERVES?
Lauren & Renee
Amy,Shawna,& Nicole
Amanda & Johanna
Varsity Girls
J.V. Girls are all wet!
In other girls water polo:

La Habra 9, St. Lucy's 3: Natasha Peterson scored four goals and Katie Goins added three to lead La Habra over St. Lucy's in the championship game in the Ayala Tournament. Renee Moyer scored two goals for the Highlanders (6-0). _


Undefeated La Habra won the Chino Hills Ayala tournament last weekend, defeating Glendale St. Lucy's in the final, 9-3, to give Coach Eugene Char plenty of reasons to smile.
Leading scorer Natasha Petersson, a sophomore, junior Katie Goins and senior Renee Moyer have helped the Highlanders to their best start.
"I never thought we'd be 6-0," Char said. "We have more wins now than we had combined over the last two seasons. To start off like this has really given the kids some confidence."
In other nonleague girls matches:

La Habra 7, Los Altos (HH) 6 (OT): Renee Moyer scored five goals as the Highlanders (8-1) defeated the host Conquerors (1-8).


Girls rule the pool during early games

The girls have practiced hard in their preseason so they could egg beat their way to the top in competition.
Friday, December 22, 2000
By Katie Locke
Staff writer

The girls’ Varsity Water Polo team has really come far since last year and is motivated to be competitive against the opponents.

Star players sophomore Natasha Peterson and senior Renee Moyer work hard and do well in the games. “They always do their best,” said Coach Eugene Char.

With tough practices everyday, the team has become strong. “The players have made a big improvement since last year,” commented Char. “Practices are really hard at first because there’s so much work involved but you get used to it after a while,” said sophomore Millie Urrutia.

The team members also prepared in a summer training program, in which they played more than 25 games. “The girls did really well. Even though they didn’t win a lot of games, they really improved,” said Char. “The summer helped us prepare for the school year a lot,” said sophomore Alyssa Talkington.

The team is shooting to make the CIF championships. “I think our team is doing really well this year and I hope we make it to CIF,” said sophomore Codi Robinson.

“There is a chance we will be upsetting a lot of other teams in CIF, due to our competitiveness,” said Char.

“While it is important to win, it is imperative to compete,” said Moyer.

In the JV tournament the girls won 3-2. They also played Costa Mesa on Dec. 19 and won 6-4. Peterson scored three points while Moyer scored the other three. Varsity went 6-1 in the Ayala Tournament held Nov. 30 to Dec. 2


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