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Trojan polo ends season

AMANDA JONES, shown here in a September game against Ponderosa, scored a pair of goals for Oak Ridge during Tuesday's final game. Mother Lode News photo by Pat Dollins.
AMANDA JONES, shown here in a September game against Ponderosa, scored a pair of goals for Oak Ridge during Tuesday's final game. Mother Lode News photo by Pat Dollins.

AMANDA JONES, shown here in a September game against Ponderosa, scored a pair of goals for Oak Ridge during Tuesday's final game. Mother Lode News photo by Pat Dollins.

JOSHUA VERNER proved to be one of the Trojans' major assets this season. Mother Lode News photo by Pat Dollins.

Oak Ridge High School’s varsity water polo teams both found themselves eliminated from the playoffs this week.

The Oak Ridge boys team took on Jesuit Thursday at the Community Services District pool. Despite excellent defensive playing from Shane O’Rourke and Jeffrey Chambliss and aggressive offense from Joshua Verner, Riley McNamara and Garrison Yeandle, the visiting Marauders managed to outscore the Trojans for a 15-5 win.

The girls faced Lodi Tuesday for an overwhelming 5-13 loss. Ashley Adams and Amanda Jones scored three and two goals, respectively. They finished the season with a strong 20-13 record.

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