Pirates water polo scrimmages against MICDS

Brandon Tiepelman, Sports writer

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The Pattonville Pirates played a third game in three days when they scrimmaged against the MICDS Rams on Thursday. Scores were not recorded due to it being only a scrimmage, but the game very aggressive with many ejections getting called on both teams.

MICDS is known for having elite teams, being consistently in the state championship discussion, and having been coached by Don Casey who has been with the team for over 30 years.

When junior Austin Brower was asked how he felt about playing MICDS, he was excited about the challenge.

“I was excited to play against a team that had much more experience than us and who have a coach who has coached longer than Coach Crockett has been alive.”

The next water polo game for Pattonville will be Tuesday, March 20, against the Parkway North Vikings at Pattonville.

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