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By Zach Cavanagh
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Seven Select Colleges on Fall Signing Day
Seven San Clemente student-athletes made their official college choices on Fall Signing Day on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
The seven come from different sports and will attend seven different universities:
Blake Bowen, men’s soccer, San Diego State; Ellyn Casto, women’s soccer, University of San Diego; Juliette Clark, women’s water polo, Pomona Pitzer; Hanna Farnsworth, beach volleyball, Long Beach State; Raeonna Flores, softball, Concordia-Irvine; Delainey Iles, women’s lacrosse, Liberty University; Malia Yim, women’s volleyball, George Washington.
These athletes will be honored in a larger ceremony at San Clemente High School on National Signing Day in February.
Water Polo Finishes Eighth in Division 1
The back-to-back South Coast League champion Tritons found a tough road in the Division 1 playoffs, but their valiant effort went for naught.
San Clemente lost to Laguna Beach, 10-8, in the seventh-place match on Nov. 8 at Beckman High School in Irvine. The Tritons lost their first consolation game at Santa Margarita on Nov. 6 in overtime, 11-10, and fell in the Division 1 opener at Harvard Westlake, 12-9, on Nov. 1.
Junior Hayden Kahn led San Clemente in the playoffs with 12 goals. Juniors Everett Prussak and Christain Hosea scored five each.