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  • KAP7 Renews as Official Water Polo Ball for CIF Central Coast Section

    May 30, 2023 2 min read

    Central Coast Selection (CCS) and KAP7 International, Inc. (KAP7) have announced the renewal of an agreement with KAP7 as the Official Water Polo Ball of the Central Coast Selection.

    "We are excited to continue our partnership with Central Coast Section as their official ball for the next 5 years," said Bradley Schumacher, President of KAP7. "KAP7's mission is to support water polo across multiple levels, worldwide. We thank the CIF CCS for their support and trust in KAP7." "KAP7's mission is to support Water Polo across all levels, worldwide. It is a natural extension for us to support the efforts to provide student-athletes with the opportunity to someday compete for a true State Championship. We thank CCS for their continued support and trust in KAP7.”

    About KAP7, International, Inc.

    Founded by aquatic greats Bradley Schumacher and Wolf Wigo, KAP7 was formed to design and build innovative world-class products for the water polo community. The company's products are "Built by Water Polo Players, For Water Polo Players". KAP7 is committed to growing the sport of water polo around the world. A portion of every sale goes back to the sport. KAP7 is comprised of former collegiate, Olympic, and club athletes.

    About the Central Coast Selection (CCS)

    The Central Coast Section (CCS) is one of ten (10) sections that make up the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). The CIF has a proud tradition in providing equitable athletic competition for more than 1,570 high schools (both public and private) in California. Since its beginning in 1914, the CIF has grown to become the largest youth agency in the nation, serving over 770,000 student-athletes each year in the interscholastic athletic activities of California’s secondary schools. The CIF is organized under the State Department of Education and is governed by the CIF Federated Council, while operating as ten semi-autonomous, geographical Sections. Learn more about the CCS here

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