Poly/Riverside Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo

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Water Polo Season Ends in the Quaterfinals

The Riverside Poly Water Polo Boys’ Water Polo Team entered the playoffs as the number one seed but feel to a tough Villa Park HS squad in the quarterfinals. The game was a tough back and forth game that was played in Orange County. The Bears fell in Double OT when a Villa Park HS

Athletes of the Week “CIFSS Finalists Girls Water Polo Team”

This honor does not do justice to the 2016-2017 Riverside Poly Varsity Girls Water Polo Team for their efforts from this season. The Girls magic run ended this past Saturday at Woolett Aquatic Center with a Finals loss to Schurr High School out of Montebello. The Lady Bears had a tremendous season in which they

The Drive for Five!

The Girls Water Polo Team has been designated the second seed in the CIFSS Division 2 Playoffs. This recognition caps a fantastic regular season for the Lady Bears. The Lady Bears will play their first home game on Thursday, 2/16/17 at Riverside Poly High School. The girls will face Palm Desert High School (26-3) which

Fall Season Review

The Riverside Poly Athletic Department completed another successful Fall Season on November 16th at Woolett Aquatic Center with the CIFSS Semi-Final Loss to Oaks Christian in Boys’ Water Polo. The Riverside Poly Athletic program added another four league titles (Boys Water Polo, Girls Tennis, Girls Golf, and Girls Cross Country) to its long and storied

Athletes’ of the Week (Final Fall Addition)

Senior Michael Swieca Junior Levi Murtaugh As the Fall Season finished out and the Winter Season begins, we have one last installment for the Athlete of the Week for the Fall Sports. Michael Swieca and Levi Murtaugh are our final Fall Athletes to be recognized. Michael and Levi, along with a strong team surrounding them,

Poly Water Polo Destroys IVL – Athletes of the Week

The Riverside Poly Men’s Water Polo Team completed a clean sweep of the Inland Valley League last Wednesday by beating John W. North High School 26-7. That completed an undefeated League season as well as winning the Inland Valley League Carousel. The Bears will have one last non-league match this coming Saturday versus #1 Division