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In photo at the top, Sydnee Thomas scores a goal for Palomar in Tuesday's victory over defending state champion San Diego Mesa in San Diego. Directly above: goalie  with a block. The Comets won 6-5 in the second 3-minute sudden-death overtime period.-- Photos by Hugh Cox

Rowan's OT goal beats '15 state champs

SAN DIEGO (9-21-2016) -- Kelly Rowan, a freshman out of Great Oak High School, dropped in a goal early in the second 3-minute overtime on Wednesday, lifting visiting Palomar to a 6-5 women's water polo victory over defending CCCAA state champion San Diego Mesa.

Goalie Jordan Heimback had a big day for the Comets (4-2, 2-0) with 19 blocks, 6 steals and 2 assists.

Rebekah Blackburn scored 2 goals. Dallas Fatseas, Emma Thomas and Sydney Thomas each had 4 steals.

The score was tied 4-4 after regulation and 5-5 after each team scored in the first two 3-minute overtime periods.

Comets come from behind for PCAC win

SAN MARCOS (9-14-2016) -- Led by Emma Thomas (left) and Sydney Thomas (right), Palomar came from behind to win its Pacific Coast Athletic Conference women's water polo opener on Wednsday, defeating San Diego Miramar 7-3 at Ned Baumer Aquatic Center.

Emma Thomas led the Comets (3-2 overall) with three goals and five steals. Sydney Thomas contributed two goals and four steals.

Other leaders for Palomar: Dallas Fatseas with three assists, and goalie Jordan Heimback with seven saves, two steals and two assists. The Comets trailed 1-0 after one quarter, then battled back to take a 3-1 halftime lead.

Palomar will play its home opener against defending California community college state champion San Diego Mesa on Wednesday, Sept. 21.

Comets open season with a 2-2 split

MISSION VIEJO (9-10-2016) -- Palomar opened its 2016 women's water polo season with a pair of solid victories on Friday, defeating Saddleback 11-7 and Grossmont 7-2 on Day 1 of the Saddleback Tournament.

On Day 2, the Comets dropped back-to-back decisions to Sierra 12-6 and Fullerton 13-2 and will take a 2-2 record into their home opener, a Pacific Coast Athletic match-up against San Diego Miramar on Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Miramar.

Palomar 11, Saddleback 7 -- Top scorer for the Comets was Emma Thomas (left) with 5 goals. Sydney Thomas contributed 6 steals. Jordann Heimback had 12 blocks in the goal.

Palomar 7, Grossmont 2 -- Emma Thomas scored 3 goals as Palomar came right back to defeat the Griffins. Jazmin Handorf had three steals. Helmback reocorded eight saves.

Sierra 12, Palomar 6 -- Rebekah Blackburn, Dydney Thomas, Emma Thomas, Jazmin Handorf and Dallas Fatseas scored 1 goal each for the Comets. Torrey Hirning had 4 assists, wth Sydney Thomas and Kelly Rowan adding 1 assist apiece. Emma Thomas contributed 5 steals. Heimback had 8 saves, 3 steals and 1 assist.

Fullerton 13, Palomar 2 -- Emma Thomas scored both the Comets' goals and led Palomar for the tournament with 11. Blackburn and Handorf assisted on the two goals. Heimback contributed 8 saves and 2 steals.

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