The Kimball High girls varsity water polo team led Tracy’s all-league selections as seniors Tahnee Trew and Kaitlin Traut both made the Valley Oak League first team, and junior goalie A.J. Lee was named to the all-VOL first team .

The Kimball girls were the best performers among the local teams as they finished second in the Valley Oak League, behind Oakdale High, and got as far as the second round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II playoffs.

Making the all-VOL first team from the Kimball boys varsity team were seniors Reese Maxfield and goalie Conner Miller.

Kimball girls (18-10, 6-2 Valley Oak League)

Tahnee Trew, senior, first team

Kaitlin Traut, senior, first team

A.J. Lee, junior, first-team goalie

Courtney Moberg, senior, second team

Kamryn Lucero, sophomore, second team

Michaela Smith, junior, honorable mention

Kimball boys (13-13, 2-6 Valley Oak League)

Reese Maxfield, senior, first team

Conner Miller, senior, first-team goalie

Brandon Nusser, senior, second team

Logan Steinberger, junior, second team

Sam Sosa, junior, honorable mention

Nick Pearlman, junior, honorable mention

Tracy girls (2-8 Tri-City Athletic League)

Lane Fishburn, junior, second team

Tessa Robinson, junior, second team

Brooke Ornellas, senior, honorable mention

Tracy boys (2-8 Tri-City Athletic League)

Nick Ramon, senior, second team

Taylor Mellick, senior, second team

Kor Hurst, sophomore, honorable mention

West girls (0-10 Tri-City Athletic League)

Gabriella Orihuela, freshman, second team

West boys (0-10 Tri-City Athletic League)

No selections 

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