Feb 14

Moreno leading the way for La Sierra

Rabecca Moreno required a bit of swaying to offer water polo another chance. Rabecca tried this sport at a very early age. Still, she wanted to devote her energy and time in improving her swimming time as a fresher. One of the coaches of the Moreno’s high school convinced her to attend the team practice of the club team during off season and her new passion for water polo born very quickly.

One of Moreno’s high school coaches convinced her to attend a club team practice during the offseason, and a new passion quickly was born. Rabecca Moreno told that she was very hesitant to play at first since she did not have too much confidence in herself. She did not think that she could be that good of a player. But when she started playing, she totally loved that. She decided that she was going to work hard to be the best player she could be.

Rabecca has been a 3 year standout for the girls water polo team of Riverside La Sierra. She was selected as a captain for her season year. At present, she leads the Eagles with ninety one goals. Rabecca is the top driver of the team and she is also among the leaders in steals and drawn ejections.

Jennifer Cieslik, the Eagles coach, stated that Moreno is a player who is never satisfied with where she is. Constantly, she attempts to search ways to improve her game. She puts in much time in the swimming pool and the weight room, and it is great seeing all of that paying off for her.

Dec 13

Seventh Central Coast Section win for Sacred Heart

Nothing was lucky about number seven for Sacred Heart Prep Atherton girls water polo squad. Top seeded Gators fleshed out their bequest in the pool with a 7th back-to-back Central Coast Section Div. II title following a 14 – 7 win over number three Castilleja Palo Alto at Santa Clara International Swim Center earlier on Saturday.

According to reports, Jon Burke, the coach of Sacred Heart Prep Atherton girls, told that the smiles are the same each year, and it is about the girls. For them, each one of these is different. The coaches would be there, but these girls are going to change. And for them, the Central Coast Section championship winning experience of is something they would probably never forget.

The winning was made even greater by the performance of Maddy Johnston, who got the back of the cage 7 times in her very first Central Coast Section finals. And this could have been more, but Maddy was subbed out in the middle through the 2nd quarter after pulling her 5thgoal and saw confined action the rest of the path as Sacred Heart Prep led 10 – 2 at the halftime.

Burke told that Maddy Johnston was on fire, they never had an athlete in 7 years score 7 goals in a Central Coast Section championship. And to do that as a freshman is very impressive. Another player told that it is really an amazing feeling to win the Central Coast Section championship.

Oct 13

Waterpolo: Glendale boys survives late

The water polo team of Glendale High boys appeared to get off a fast start playing a ranked team. The Nitros achieved that effort before holding for a 12 – 11 non league victory on Friday against Los Altos.

Glendale, now ranked number one in newest CIF Southern Section Division Five poll, got a team high 6 goals from Arman Momdzhyan, that includes the winner with around 2 minutes still left in the 4th quarter to serve the Nitros ameliorate to 16 – 6. Manuk Piloyan and Artak Arzumanyan hit 3 goals each for Nitros, who secured a 5 – 1 lead following the 1st quarter against a Los Altos team which is 6th in the division. Continue reading →