By Dan Albano | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: February 8, 2019 at 2:17 am | UPDATED: February 8, 2019 at 12:30 pm Foothill goalie Kristen Hemmila watched the trick play by San Marcos unfold right in front of her cage Thursday night with about 40 seconds left in the CIF-SS Division 1 girls water polo quarterfinals. Like she had throughout the tightly-contested match, Hemmila communicated with her field defenders but she didn’t stop there. The sophomore deflected an open chance by the reigning Division 1 champion to seal a 5-4 victory that sent the host Knights to the semifinals against top-seeded Laguna Beach on Wednesday in Irvine. San Marcos ran an underwater play coming out of a timeout with 41 seconds left in the fourth period that freed a shooter at the point from 6 meters. About three Knights in the field raised their arms to block the attempt but Hemmila deflected the shot toward the upper corner off the post. Foothill knocks off defending D1 champ San Marcos 5-4 thanks to this save late by Kristen Hemmila v the underwater trick play👀‼️@ocvarsity 🤽♀️💦💯 pic.twitter.com/bReGN2ilCo — Dan Albano (@ocvarsityguy) February 8, 2019 Hemmila grabbed the rebound and Foothill called… Read full this story
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