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Nicole Rabadi

WSC water polo fights hard during their home game against Sage Hill on their Senior Night, as many Webb students cheered them on in the stands. Logan Causley (‘22) holds onto the ball, looking for someone to pass to. Nick Lee (‘22) gets open to receive the ball. Matthew Gooch (‘22) defends himself against opponent on the other team.

WSC Water Polo

Record: 2-11

Howie Kalter, mathematics department faculty:

Challenges: “A challenge this season was missing many of our senior players. So, we had a lot of new players coming up to varsity, and they stepped up and made up our varsity program.”

Successes: “I think one of our biggest successes was that we started the season off with 0 goalies and now we have three very confident goalies, and they had a great season.”

Highlight Athlete: “Mathew Gooch (‘22) and Nick Lee (‘22) had great seasons. Our goalie Viraj Nigam (‘23) was amazing, starting goalie this season.”

Nick Lee (‘22):

Challenges: “A challenge this season was COVID; our first six games got canceled because of new COVID restrictions, so we just had a lot less experience than the other teams.”

Thoughts on the season: “I feel like the season went well, we missed a lot of games because of COVID restrictions, but we played really well. We had a lot of fun in league, and we had a lot of new faces who came in and made a big impact on the program.”

Favorite memory: “My favorite memory has to be the Sierra Vista game where everyone had the opportunity to score. Our new players scored a lot as well, I think I scored 10 goals and Gooch scored 8. It was a really fun game.”