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No. 1 Vaqueros overpower Citrus 17-4

Freshman Hana Wigzell tallied a season-high three goals. (Photo by Ken Sciallo/Sevilla Photography)
Freshman Hana Wigzell tallied a season-high three goals. (Photo by Ken Sciallo/Sevilla Photography)

Emma Fraser collected six goals and three steals in the first half on Wednesday night as No. 1 SBCC cruised past Citrus 17-4 in a WSC women's water polo match at San Marcos High.

Santa Barbara won its fourth straight game to improve to 17-1 overall and 3-0 in conference. The Vaqueros have won 27 straight conference games. Citrus is 3-8 and 2-1.

The Vaqueros led 10-0 at the half and 11-2 after three quarters. SBCC is 5-1 at home this year and 24-1 all-time in five years.

Meagan Mckillican added three goals and two steals. Hana Wigzell had a season-high three goals and Kemi Dijkstra scored her sixth hat trick of the season. Nicole Poulos made five saves and three steals while boosting her record to 12-1.

The Vaqueros tied their season high by scoring 17 goals for the fourth time. SBCC is third in the state, averaging 13.1 goals per game.

Fraser is No. 1 in the state with 76 goals and she's 22 ahead of No. 2 Sabrina Esteves of West Valley.

The Vaqueros will travel to Santa Monica for another WSC game on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 3:30 p.m.