On Sept. 6, boys’ water polo defeated Montclair HS with a score of 11-8.
The home game marked a comeback for the Wildcats after losing their first game of the season just the previous week.
Captain Lucas Maestro (10) shares his thoughts on his team’s performance and expresses his hopes for the rest of the fall season.
“I think that after Tuesday’s game we can all take away that we are slowly coming together as a team and that our transition [into the season] is coming along smoothly,” Maestro said. “This year a lot of our younger and more inexperienced players are improving, so I hope that we can not only do well this season but also in years to come.”
Additionally, Noah Wong (11) shares how proud he was of his performance, as well as how he plans to grow and learn from the experience.
“I was playing goalie which is a position that I am not normally assigned to,” Wong said. “Still, I was able to block most of our opponent’s shots. With that being said, I think I need to pay more attention to the game overall moving forward. This is something that I will work to improve upon so I can give up less goals in the future.”
Boys’ water polo will take on Ayala HS on Sept. 13.