This year, the Water Polo team is smaller than ever, and that just means that they have to work harder than before.

Everyone on the team has to put effort towards the game or they will not get the outcome they desire - everyone matters this year.

The varsity team’s majority consists of mostly freshmen and sophomores, so the team has a lot to look forward to. 

The team has to work hard all through morning and afternoon practices, and if even one person doesn’t give effort, it hurts the team more than it hurts them.

The morning practices are from 6:00-7:30, and the afternoon practices are from 1:30-5:00.

Our rival is Estancia who they have beat for the past 12 years straight, along with winning the league for the past 10+ years.

This year they have to work extra hard, or the boys might not beat Estancia and lose their streak of 12 years.

The Coaches

Coach of the boys team, Cody Serrano, coach of 8 years.

Coach of the girls team, Dustin Serrano, coach of 8 years.

The Seniors and Juniors

The upperclassmen this year which lead the team and keep everyone in order are

Senior, Team captain, Liam Fairion, water polo player of 8 years and Newport Beach Lifeguard. 

Senior, Jordan De La Jara, water polo player of 7 years.

Senior, Louie Sanchez, water polo player of 4 years, and one of our goalies.

Senior, Geoffrey Gaites, his first year doing water polo, and one of our goalies.

Junior and co-captain, Wyatt Juelfs, water polo player of 7 years.

Junior, Luke Duncan, water polo player of 3 years.

Junior, Eddie Serrano, water polo player of 3 years. 

Junior, Paul Pham, and his first year doing water polo.

Junior, Nickolas Ibarra, and his first year doing water polo

The Sophomores and Freshman 

Sophomore, Wes Brazda, water polo player of 6 years.

Sophomore, Teddy Wheelan, water polo player of 2 years.

Sophomore, Omar Babovic, water polo player of 2 years, and our starting goalie.

Sophomore, Lucas Trask, water polo player of 2 years.

Freshman, Ayden Alcazar, water polo player of 4 years, and one of our centers.

Freshman, Dylan Rothenberg, water polo player of 5 years, and one of our centers.

Freshman, Luke De La Jara, water polo player of 4 years.

Freshman Nathan Ruiz, water polo player of 5 years.

Freshman, Kembe Howerton, and his first year doing water polo.

Freshman, Ryan Taylor, and his first year doing water polo.