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Olivia Kistler, Dos Pueblos water polo (left); Erick Nisich, Dos Pueblos wrestling (right)

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Olivia Kistler, Dos Pueblos water polo (left); Erick Nisich, Dos Pueblos wrestling (right)


Athletes of the Week

Olivia Kistler (Dos Pueblos Water Polo) and Erick Nisich (Dos Pueblos Wrestling)


Olivia Kistler, Dos Pueblos water polo

The top-ranked DP girls brought the SoCal Championships trophy back to the 805 for the first time since 2011. Kistler, a senior, had three goals, four assists, seven steals, and earned two exclusions in wins over Corona del Mar and defending champion Laguna Beach.

Erick Nisich, Dos Pueblos wrestling

The senior heavyweight pinned his Oxnard Pacifica opponent in the decisive final bout to send the Chargers into the CIF finals. In the Channel League finals, he won by pin over Ventura, helping the Chargers win their fourth straight league title.

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