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MIHS water polo ranked No. 1

October 1st, 2012 at Mon, 1st, 2012 at 12:36 pm by Megan Managan

UPDATE: The MIHS girls soccer team is currently ranked No. 5 in the 3A state rankings.

In the first Washington high school water polo rankings of the year, the Mercer Island boys team took the top spot, coming in ranked No. 1.

The team, currently undefeated in league play, will play the No. 2 team, Bellevue this evening at the King County Aquatic Center. Check out the rest of the rankings here.

In volleyball, the Islanders moved up to the No. 2 spot, only behind Prairie. In cross country, the Islander girls are up to No. 6 in the state and the boys team sits at No. 9. After beating Interlake on Friday night, the football team is ranked No. 8 in the state. This week’s girls soccer rankings have not yet been released.

I’m the sports reporter at the Mercer Island Reporter newspaper. On this blog you’ll find extra bits and pieces to stories I’ve written, behind the scene looks at teams and observations on the sports in our area. I’ll field questions here, and ask a few too. You can follow me on Twitter (@MIRsports ) or send me an e-mail.

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