Sasquatch Water Polo Club Wins 8th Consecutive Tournament

Sasquatch Water Polo Club won their 8th consecutive tournament this weekend, defeating the San Diego Sea Lions in the final in Scottsdale, AZ. The Sasquatch were led on offense by 2-meter set Mike Emery, who scored 5 goals, and left-handed driver Davey Carson, who scored 4 goals. On defense, the Sasquatch were led by goalie Troy Wiltbank, who made 10 saves.

The Sasquatch started the tournament strong, winning their first 3 games by a combined score of 28-5. In the semi-final, they faced a tough opponent in the Santa Barbara Sharks, and they were able to pull out a 10-8 victory.

In the final, the Sasquatch faced the San Diego Sea Lions, who were the only team to defeat them this season. The game was close throughout, but the Sasquatch were able to pull away in the 4th quarter to win 12-10.

The Sasquatch’s 8th consecutive tournament victory is a testament to their hard work and dedication. They are a well-coached team with a lot of talent, and they are always one of the top teams in the country.

Sasquatch’s Defense Leads the Way

The Sasquatch’s defense was the key to their victory in the tournament. They held their opponents to an average of just 5 goals per game, and their goalie Troy was outstanding, making 10 saves in the final.

The Sasquatch’s field defense was led by their 2-meter defender, Brian Stone. The defenders were able to shut down the opposing team’s top scorers, and they were also able to get their hands on a lot of balls, which prevented the other team from getting easy shots.

The Sasquatch’s defense was a major factor in their victory in the tournament. They played a great set of games, and they were able to hold off a very talented San Diego Sea Lions team.

Sasquatch Water Polo Team Wins Half Their Games In Arizona, Yet Somehow Crowned Tournament Champions

In a stunning result, Sasquatch IPA proved champions of the Desert Duel for the eighth straight year in defeating Oregon State University and Team Of Texas (TOTEX).

Scottsdale and Make Arizona Great Again defeated Sasquatch in the preliminary games, but as IPA veteran driver Shawn Turner stated, “That don’t mean $&#%”.

Up next for Sasquatch is a defense of their Seafair open water title in early August.

Practices continue through the spring and summer and social team VP Mike Emery continuely reminds members to focus on the future. He pointed out, “Just because we’re champs doesn’t mean we need to be nice.”

  • Scottsdale (11) vs Sasquatch IPA (6)
  • MAGA (7) vs Sasquatch IPA (5)
  • TOTEX (8) vs Sasquatch IPA (9)
  • OSU (7) vs Sasquatch IPA (12)

2018 Desert Duel