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Sophomore goaltender Tyler Haugh (2015)

Men's Water Polo dismantles Wekiva
3/18/2015 11:13:00 PM

Sophomore Tyler Haugh broke the school record for saves in a game as Men's Water Polo buried host Wekiva, 24-2. Haugh finished with 20 saves, eclipsing Nik Lachinski's record of 19 set last year against Lake Nona, as well as six steals and an assist as the Panthers surged to their fifth straight victory and 12th in their last 13 games.  Junior Jack Campbell scored a career-high five goals and added five steals while Anshul Devnani pitched in with five goals, two steals and an assist in just one quarter of work as the Panthers (14-2) jumped out to an 11-0 lead in the first seven minutes and led 18-0 at the half. Evan Staton scored three times, assisted on two and added three steals. Corbin Chamberlain scored twice, assisted on three more and picked up four steals. Plenty of contributions from everyone: Ethan Shafer (goal, two assists, four steals), Andrew Sweet (goal, two assists, steal), Alex Afanasiev (goal), Parker Sellers (goal, two assists, three steals), Andrew Tobiasen (goal, two assists, two steals), Connor Campbell (goal), Jake Meisenheimer (goal, two steals), Rob Skjersoa (goal), Alex Kaiser (goal, assist), Wesley Sweet (two assists, four steals) and Stefan Klumb (steal).  DP took a season-high 41 shots with a 58.5% success rate, and racked up 37 steals, also a season-best. After ten games in nine days, DP gets a breather from competition and will be back in action April 1st against both Edgewater and Apopka with an opportunity to wrap up the Metro West Conference Championship.

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