Illpolo.com :: 2012 Boys Preview
The 2011 season wrapped up with Fenwick claiming their eighth straight state title after a 15-9 title game win over St Ignatius. Can the Friars make it nine in a row?
Teamwork is next step in Wolves’ growth as a program - Lincolnwood Review
Niles West boys water polo coach John Przekota said his program is building right on schedule as it enters Year Three. Przekota started the program in 2010, running it as a club team. Last spring, the Wolves took the jump up to varsity, going 9-20 and finishing eighth in the then-nine-team CSL.
Loyola’s talented lineup will face early challenges - Northbrook Star
With the return of five starters, including senior standout Charlie Dowdle, the Ramblers are looking to be one of the best in the state again. Loyola, ranked No. 5 in the Illpolo.com preseason poll, will get a tough test Monday when it travels to play eight-time defending state champion and top-ranked Fenwick in Oak Park.
Illpolo.com :: 2012 Girls Preview
Fenwick silenced their doubters last season to reclaim the girls' state title with wins over H-F, Mother McAuley, and Stevenson in May. Will the Friars continue to excel in 2012 as they look to defend their title against a plethora of title contenders?
New Trier turns to Caywood as netminder - Wilmette Life
New Trier, ranked 11th in the preseason poll by Illpolo.com., will hit the pool with sophomore Hannah Caywood minding the net. Caywood is one of five varsity veterans back in the pool for the Trevians, who finished 20-11 last season and lost to Loyola in a sectional final.
Olympic-hopeful Swenson leads Ramblers - Glencoe News
It won’t take long for Loyola girls water polo coach Rich Schici to find out where his team stands in the state. That’s because Loyola was scheduled to start the 2012 season against Fenwick on Monday. The Friars — the preseason No. 1 team at Illpolo.com — are the defending state champions, and winners of three of the last four titles.
Titans will make do with smaller numbers - Glenview Announcements
Glenbrook South returns four players with significant varsity experience from last season, and the Titans will need all of them more than ever.
Young Evanston squad to feature more balance - Evanston Review
Evanston girls water polo coach Claire Howie isn’t making any promises regarding this year’s team. After all, the Wildkits lost Ellis O’Connor, one of the state’s best players, and have only two seniors on the roster.