The Northwest Water Polo Club 14U squad is, from left to right, Alan Jiang, Drake MacNichols, Lucas Li, Hebu Patil, Brad Burton, Kevin Zhang, Fan Uren, Giancarlo Marquez, Torger Peterson, Alex Rowland, Austin Quick, Finn Friedland, Ramzi Megalli and Shelton Helton (not pictured, behind Friedland). Courtesy photo

The Northwest Water Polo Club 14U squad is, from left to right, Alan Jiang, Drake MacNichols, Lucas Li, Hebu Patil, Brad Burton, Kevin Zhang, Fan Uren, Giancarlo Marquez, Torger Peterson, Alex Rowland, Austin Quick, Finn Friedland, Ramzi Megalli and Shelton Helton (not pictured, behind Friedland). Courtesy photo

Northwest Water Polo Club squads shine at Junior Olympics

Teams feature Bellevue-area players.

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Northwest Water Polo Club’s 14U boys recently placed third in the gold bracket at the 2019 Junior Olympics in Irvine, California. The club’s 18U boys placed fifth in the gold bracket at the same tournament, which was hosted by USA Water Polo.

Both teams feature players from Bellevue.

The 14Us include Interlake High players Jiang, MacNichols, Patil, Burton and Zhang; Li from the International High School; and Rowland from Newport High.

The 18Us include Interlake High players German, Freese (playing at John Hopkins University this fall) and Arendale; Chen and Singh from Bellevue High; and Marlow, from the International High School, who is a former USA Water Polo Futures National Team member.

The Northwest Water Polo Club 18U squad is, from left to right, Alex Marlow, Alex Chen, Nick German, Tej Singh, Keegan Klien, Max Black, Chris Freese, Justin Sim, Max Eyrich, Cameron McCaw, Hal Goulter, Tyler Perry, George Arendale and Declan McJilton. Courtesy photo

The Northwest Water Polo Club 18U squad is, from left to right, Alex Marlow, Alex Chen, Nick German, Tej Singh, Keegan Klien, Max Black, Chris Freese, Justin Sim, Max Eyrich, Cameron McCaw, Hal Goulter, Tyler Perry, George Arendale and Declan McJilton. Courtesy photo

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