The CVHS girls varsity water polo team qualified for the NCS (North Coast Section) tournament. With schools from around the area participating, the Trojans played in division one as the 12th seed out of 12 teams.
This is a high achievement for the water polo girls varsity team considering its only the team’s third year since starting in CVHS. The girls have worked very hard to be selected to play in NCS with their scores from West Alameda County Conference. The team had placed fifth in the WACC with a 13-13 win/loss record.
“I think it’s amazing that our team made NCS. We’ve really come together as a team this season. We’ve all worked so hard,and I’m so happy that we get to be the first Castro Valley water polo team to make NCS. I love my team and am so proud of what we accomplished this season. I can’t wait to see how Castro Valley water polo excels in the future,” said senior and captain Olivia Gilman-Chun.
Unfortunately, the girls varsity water polo lost their NCS game to James Logan High School at 13-3 on Nov. 1.