Water polo aims to start seasons on high note





Boys varsity water polo is looking to have a rebound year after a poor showing last year. The team has a lot of juniors and they are off to a good start with a 2-1 record coming out of the Brentwood Tournament at Heritage High School last weekend.

Along with having a general more successful season than last year, the team aims to win the CVC, according to junior Kyle Gard.  

With a game on Wednesday 8/30 against Maclatchy, the team still has some things to work on such as, “Improving on communication and reset plays on offence” Gard said.

With high hopes, the team is excited for this year and the challenge of winning the CVC.


After a dominating 20-1 win against Casa Roble on Thursday and a strong showing in last weekend’s Brentwood Tournament at Heritage High School, boys JV water polo looks to build on its preseason success.

Still, even after these wins, sophomore Anthony Ames thinks the squad can improve in some areas before league,

“The team needs to work more on communication, but other than that we will be good this year,” Ames said.   

Besides trying to be competitive in every game possible and win the CVC, it’s also a development year for the players before they make the jump up to varsity.

“One of our other goals is to develop into really good players and to learn the game,” Ames said.