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Medford's boys water polo team split a doubleheader at the Amazon Pool in Eugene, falling 14-2 in the opener against Sheldon before rebounding for a 15-4 win over Willamette on Saturday.
Medford got goals from Cyrus Christianson and Cody Schultz in a league match against Sheldon, with goalkeeper Geoffrey Pine recording 15 blocks.
Against Willamette, Christianson tallied five goals while Schultz had three to lead the way. Pine managed eight blocks in goal for the nonleague victory.