Lake Oswego's Carlo Cremona named MVP of Class 6A boys water polo tournament
They threw it harder.
They blocked it better. They scored when their teams needed it most.
And in response, they — Oregon's best high school boys water polo players — have been honored with Class 6A all-tournament recognition for the 2021 fall season.
Lake Oswego junior Carlo Cremona was named MVP of the Class 6A state tournament after leading the Lakers to a Three Rivers League championship, a 34-0 overall record and their first-ever Class 6A state championship.
Here's a list of the best players from Lake Oswego and Lakeridge high schools who were honored this year. You can see the complete list of honorees here.
Most Valuable Player: Carlo Cremona, jr., Lake Oswego
First team — Carlo Cremona, jr., Lake Oswego; David Morgan, sr., Lake Oswego; Collin Parker, sr., Lakeridge; Hudson Schneider, sr., Lake Oswego. Goalie: Lincoln Buckner, sr., Lake Oswego.
Second team — Sean Davitt, sr., Lakeridge; Maxwell Spurr, sr., Lake Oswego. Goalie: Colby Larrance, sr., Lakeridge.
Honorable Mention — John Allison, jr., Lakeridge; Kane Saur, fr., Lake Oswego; Miles Campion, sr., Lake Oswego.
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