Shimizu soars at water polo

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Santa Barbara Community College freshman Kelee Shimizu, a 2017 Waiakea graduate, is a member of the No. 1 water polo team, which captured its second straight Cal Regional title. The Vaqueros (29-3) secured their second consecutive trip to the State Final Four, which runs Friday-Saturday at San Luis Obispo. Shimizu (on the right holding the trophy) has 10 goals and 14 assists in 32 games.

Santa Barbara Community College freshman Kelee Shimizu, a 2017 Waiakea graduate, is a member of the No. 1 water polo team, which captured its second straight Cal Regional title. The Vaqueros (29-3) secured their second consecutive trip to the State Final Four, which runs Friday-Saturday at San Luis Obispo. Shimizu (on the right holding the trophy) has 10 goals and 14 assists in 32 games.

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Shimizu soars at water polo

  • Santa Barbara Community College freshman Kelee Shimizu, a 2017 Waiakea graduate, is a member of the No. 1 water polo team, which captured its second straight Cal Regional title. The Vaqueros (29-3) secured their second consecutive trip to the State Final Four, which runs Friday-Saturday at San Luis Obispo. Shimizu (on the right holding the trophy) has 10 goals and 14 assists in 32 games.

Santa Barbara Community College freshman Kelee Shimizu, a 2017 Waiakea graduate, is a member of the No. 1 water polo team, which captured its second straight Cal Regional title. The Vaqueros (29-3) secured their second consecutive trip to the State Final Four, which runs Friday-Saturday at San Luis Obispo. Shimizu (on the right holding the trophy) has 10 goals and 14 assists in 32 games.

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