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Women's Water Polo Preview / Mens CIF Review

Updated: Feb 14, 2020

by Jasper McGrath

With fall sports coming to a close, winter sports are starting to take their turn. A hopeful women's water polo team is hoping to bring home a CIF title to Point Loma High School. Men's water polo had a great season, with a 17-4 record. Unfortunately, they didn’t have as much luck in CIF, falling 8-4 against Grossmont. Point Loma High School is a strong, supportive community and gave a final farewell to the seniors who may have taken their spot in the pool for the last time. Their words and mentoring have taught younger teammates new skills of physicality and sportsmanship. They will definitely be missed by the players of PLHS. 

Women's water polo is coming up fast, with tryouts going on this week. Coach Monica will be leading JV, with Coach Ken instructing varsity. Last year, varsity had a fantastic season, starting off 3-0 in league play. All teams are expected to be even more dominant this year, so watch out D1 high schools. We spoke to some coaches and players about how they felt about the upcoming season. 

Coach Monica, said she was excited but nervous for women's water polo. “It will definitely be nice to switch up to girls water polo, after that long season of boys.” 

Players were just as thrilled if not more. “I can’t wait to get back in the pool and represent PLHS after the long year off,” said Rebecca Sadler. 

The season has jumped right off to a good start, with all levels being 1-0. Check out the PLHS website for game schedule here, and try to support them at their home pool. (Address: 2902 Marcy Ave, San Diego, CA 92113) GO POINTERS!

*images from @pointlomaaquatics on instagram

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