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5 Questions for Turlock water polo's Zach Glidden
Zachary Glidden
Turlock High water polo's Zach Glidden answers questions about his time playing for the Bulldogs. - photo by FRANKIE TOVAR / The Journal

Q. What is the hardest part about playing water polo?

A. “Water polo is a hard sport. You have to have a lot of stamina, keep up with everybody, keep up with the game.”

Q. Turlock is currently in a three-way tie for first place in the CCC. What’s it going to take from your team to claim that top spot outright?

A. “We've got to go out and play our game. Pretty much have a good offense, play good defense, come out strong.”

Q. What kind of mentality does it take to play water polo?

A. “You've got to have a heads up attitude and always want to win; strive to win.”

Q. It’s your senior year and water polo season is nearly over. Do you have plans to continue competing in the pool after high school?

A. “I’m undecided at this moment. I might go and play at MJC next year, I might not. It just depends on how I feel at the end of the year.”

Q. What’s your fondest memory from your time as a Bulldog athlete?

A. “Winning a lot of games; having fun with my teammates.”