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  • Girls Water Polo: Clovis High beats Clovis West to win Central Section D-I crown

    The top-seed Cougars bear No. 2 Clovis West 5-3 to reclaim the Central Section Division I title. Senior goalie Cassidy Crouch had 13 saves for Clovis High, which captured its fourth Valley title in seven years.

The top-seed Cougars bear No. 2 Clovis West 5-3 to reclaim the Central Section Division I title. Senior goalie Cassidy Crouch had 13 saves for Clovis High, which captured its fourth Valley title in seven years. amoreno@fresnobee.com
The top-seed Cougars bear No. 2 Clovis West 5-3 to reclaim the Central Section Division I title. Senior goalie Cassidy Crouch had 13 saves for Clovis High, which captured its fourth Valley title in seven years. amoreno@fresnobee.com

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