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State Tournament Results – Day Three Wrap-Up: Wilson Wins State Championship

The Washington State Boys Water Polo Tournament concluded on Saturday with a new State Champion. The Wilson Rams beat the Curtis Vikings 10-7 in the championship game.

Earlier in the day, second-year team Lakes beat Auburn Riverside 16-10 in the first game of the day, and Rogers beat Auburn in the second, to advance Rogers and Lakes into the afternoon's game for third and fourth place.

in Saturday's 12:45 game, Emerald Ridge beat Auburn Mountainview 10-8, to earn the Jags a seventh place finish; Mountainview finished eighth. Auburn Riverside won the 2:15 game over Auburn to earn the Ravens a fifth place finish, and the Trojans sixth. Lakes came out ahead in the Lakes-Rogers game, to put Lakes in the top three in just their second year fielding a team.

Kyle Peart of Wilson earned the tournament's Offensive Most Valuable Player Award, and Skyler Loth of Curtis earned the Defensive MVP Award. Lakes coach Mike Wallen was voted Coach of the Year by the tournament's competition committee.