As boys water polo ends the season 20-6, senior and co-captain Will Rowell said the team’s performance this season has been better than expected.
“We didn’t really know what to expect going into it, but we’ve been playing well and winning games,” Rowell said.
Julien Chow, also a senior and a co-captain, agreed and cited the team’s second league championship in a row as proof.
“The juniors really stepped up this year when we needed them to,” Chow said.
Chow said the team has moved up to a more competitive league.
“Because (we won league championships), we have been moved up to Open Division for CCS, which is (considered the) private school league,” Chow said.
Overall, Rowell said the season has been a success. He also said the team is reaping the benefits of hard work.
“Our team dynamic is really good — we all enjoy being around each other and are all good buddies outside of the pool,” Rowell said. “But, we know when to start taking things more seriously and can really focus when we need to.”