Valhalla Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo

  • Overall Record: 3 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Boys Water Polo – League Champs

The Boys Water Polo Team finish the League Season Undefeated! Santana – 9/22 – Win 12-5 Granite Hills – 9/27 – Win 15-12 Helix – 9/29 – Win 17-9 Grossmont – 10/3 – Win 13-9 Santana – 10/10 – Win 19-9 Granite Hills – 10/12 – Win 14-7 Helix – 10/25 – Win 12-10 Grossmont

Coach Houston on Union-Tribune Radio

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview that Union-Tribune radio had with our very own Coach Kent Houston, Head Coach of the Boys Water Polo team. The team recently won the San Diego Open and will play for the outright league title this Friday.

Valhalla High School Boys Varsity Water Polo beat Helix High School 12-10

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 5:30 PM Valhalla High School AWAY 12 Helix High School HOME 10 Game Recap Helix came out fired up against the Norsemen today, and made it quite a game. The Norsemen’s 5 goal 2nd quarter was enough to get a lead and hold it, but the scotties were hot on our

CIF Playoffs – Fall Sports

Cross Country – D2 CIF Finals – Sat 11/18 at Morley Field at 8am Football – #10 Seed in D1 – Bracket First Round – Lost #7 Rancho Bernardo 26-6 Boys Water Polo – #7 Seed in Open – Bracket Quarterfinals – Lost #2 Bishops 15-3 Girls Volleyball – #9 Seed in D2 – Bracket First Round – Beat

Water Polo beat Grossmont to Win S.D. Open Title

Saturday, October 21, 2017 5:30 PM Grossmont High School AWAY 11 Valhalla High School HOME 12 Game Recap OMG What a final for the San Diego Open, featuring two each county teams that know each other very well. Friendly league rivals Valhalla and Grossmont. And what a game they delivered. An incredibly exciting game that

Valhalla High School Boys Varsity Water Polo beat Alta Loma High School 11-8

Saturday, October 21, 2017 1:00 PM Alta Loma High School AWAY 8 Valhalla High School HOME 11 Game Recap Semi final game of the San Diego Open pitted the Norsemen against Alta Loma, an unknown team from out of the area. The Norsemen jumped on the Braves fast and early to a 5-1 1st quarter