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Capital Wave 16U Girls and Ottawa Titans 16U Boys solidify themselves as Eastern Conference contenders

With only two months left in the 16U regular season, last weekend’s games in Markham proved to be crucial for the final standings in the Eastern Conference. Capital Wave’s 16U Girls entered the weekend in fourth place with 25 points. They started the weekend by reeling off three straight wins against the Mavericks (8-5), KW Inferno (7-3) and St-Lambert (8-7). After a loss to top ranked Dollard Black, Capital Wave finished off the weekend with two more wins. The last win against CAMO (7-5) was huge as it provided the girls with a buffer between them and CAMO. The regular season is now over for Capital Wave who finished with 40 points and are now sitting alone in second place. CAMO still have a chance at second place with three games to play in their regular season.

The Ottawa Titans’ 16U boys also secured the second place in the Ontario Division of the Eastern Conference. The weekend did not start smoothly for the Titans as they lost their first game to the Mavericks, who had already clinched the top spot in the division. However, after the loss, the Titans strung together four straight wins to clinch second place in the division. Their leading scorer Simon Fabisiak scored an amazing twenty goals over the weekend which pushed him to third in scoring in the Conference.

Dollard Black’s 16U girls continued their undefeated season going 3-0-0 in Markham. Their own Casey Taylor added seven goals over the weekend and added to her Conference leading total of fifty-three goals. With the wins in Markham, Dollard Black clinched first place in the Conference with four games left to play.

In Langley, Fraser Valley’s 16U boys gave the undefeated Pacific Storm all they could handle and held them to an 11-11 draw. It was a back and forth affair the whole game where Fraser Valley tied the game with a little more than a minute to go. In the same weekend, Pacific Storm’s 19U Men’s team faced off against Fraser Valley in another tough game in which the Storm came out on top 13-12. The win propelled them ahead of Fraser Valley and are currently sitting in second place.

WPC would like to especially thank the Fraser Valley Water Polo Club, and the Toronto Golden Jets, for hosting the two events last week.

This week in the NCL

The MLWP regular season will come to a close this weekend with twenty-four games being played in Toronto. There will also be six games played in Montreal featuring 16U boys, 16U girls, and 19U Women’s teams.



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