Shelby Kraft of Los Osos chooses San Diego State too

Los Osos High School water polo standout Shelby Kraft is headed to San Diego State.

The reigning Most Valuable Player in the Baseline League declared her intention only a few days after Grizzlies teammate Delaney Parks did the same.

 

She says it is a nice coincidence. The two didn’t always plan to go to the same school, this one just happened to be that high on both their lists.

“It really was one of my top schools all along,” she said. “A lot of it had to do with academics. It has the program I want and a post-graduate too so i can stay at the same school.”

Kraft is looking to pursue a career as a registered dietician.

San Diego State is one of seven schools Kraft visited, five of which are Division I. That quintet included Long Beach State, San Jose State, Indiana, and Arizona State. She made the trip to Long Beach with Parks..

Kraft, also the Daily Bulletin Player of the Year, also liked what the water polo program had to offer so it was the best of both worlds.

“I really liked the coaches,” she said, “Of course San Diego is nice too so I liked everything about it.”

 

he water polo program had to offer so it was the best of both worlds.

“I really liked the coaches,” she said, “Of course San Diego is nice too so I liked everything about it.”

 

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Delaney Parks of Los Osos picks San Diego State

Los Osos High School water polo standout Delaney Parks has made a verbal commitment to San Diego State.

Parks had some high profile schools from which to chose. She also visited Long Beach State, San Jose State, Michigan and Indiana.

“I liked all the schools,” she said. “But from the first time I stepped on the campus it felt like the perfect place. I liked the coaches and the players and I could see myself being very happy there for four years.”

Parks, who also compete for the Foothill Water Polo Club, helped the Grizzlies to CIF titles both her freshman and sophomore years. She has earned All-Baseline League honors all three years.

She plans to pursue a career in sports marketing or public relations.

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Los Osos girls ranked No. 1

The Los Osos High School girls water polo team has picked up where the boys left off.

The Grizzlies are ranked No. 1 in Division 3 to start the season. That lofty ranking comes on the heels of the boys team winning a CIF title in Division 4 after being ranked No. 1 all season.

The girls open the new season on Thursday against Simi Valley Royal.

There is a lot of local representation in Division 3. Joining Los Osos are Upland at No. 3, Ayala at No. 8 and St. Lucy’s at No.9.

In other divisions, Bonita is No. 4 in Division 4.

Chino is No. 3 in Division 7, with Don Lugo in the same poll at No. 9.

 

 

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