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Boys’ water polo dominates Mountain View

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In an assertive victory, the Palo Alto High School varsity boys’ water polo team (3-4) beat the Mountain View Spartans (0-3), 13-4, Saturday during a home game.

Coming from a frustrating 15-10 defeat against the Los Altos Eagles Thursday, the Vikings went into Saturday’s match hoping to redeem themselves. According to senior co-captain Luke Thieman, the team intended to put more emphasis on where they fell short against the Eagles.

“We lost a tough one in the last league game,” Thieman said. “[But] we [knew] that we could continue to get better from that… so we had a lot of confidence.”

In the first quarter, the Vikings excelled on the offensive, controlling the flow of the game. Senior co-captain Siddhartha Sahasrabuddhe was especially dominant, evading several defenders and scoring the first goal of the match. From there, the Vikings continued progressing, making strong passes and shots, eventually managing to place the ball in the net two more times. On the defensive, though the Vikings put up a valiant effort, the Spartans were able to find an opening and score, ending the quarter 3-1.

In the second quarter, the Vikings picked up heavy momentum, establishing significant separation from the Spartans. Contrary to the first quarter, the Vikings overwhelmed the Spartans on the defensive, with junior goalkeeper Eitan Green being a stand-out and stopping numerous close shot attempts — keeping the Spartans scoreless in the quarter. On the other hand, Thieman and fellow senior co-captain Loic Ijzerman maintained the team’s commanding attacking nature, both scoring multiple goals and ending the quarter 6-1.

In the third and fourth quarters, the Vikings continued with their offensive aggression, with a total of seven goals being scored over the final half. Green resumed shining on defense, blocking and preventing several shots, not allowing Mountain View to make any significant headway. Thieman and Ijzerman remained unstoppable, facilitating goals and breaking through Mountain View’s defensive lines. Although the Spartans made a minor comeback towards the end of the game — scoring three more goals — ultimately it was too late, with the match ending in a 13-4 Viking victory.

According to Thieman, the team was expecting a lower-intensity match compared its past games.

“We were a little bit looser [and] had a little more fun today,” Thieman said. “[We had] a little bit more confidence on our game and we knew that we could go put some pressure on and have a good win.”

Head coach Ethan Look said he was extremely content with the players’ performance and believed their preparation beforehand was responsible for it.

“We just worked on our game plan [and] we got a couple of different offensive and defensive sets that we like to work on and [we] just [worked] on those, making sure that they were in the right place,” Look said. “It was hard to say before the game what kind of talent Mountain View was gonna have so we kind of had to prepare for everything.”

Thieman said that although the team did well, there is still room for improvement.

“Obviously there’s always things to work on,” Thieman said. “[Our] offense could have gone a little smoother on some certain possessions, but I am proud of the way we played and I want to build off of this going forward because we have a tough stretch of games coming up.”

The Vikings were to play against the Wilcox Chargers 3:30 p.m. Thursday at home.

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Jeremy Noel

As the newest member of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division, the Mountain View High boys water polo team approached this season without expectations.

“We came in with the mindset of, ‘Let’s test it out and have fun,’” junior Tony Nardelli said of taking on the difficult De Anza a year after winning the SCVAL’s easier El Camino Division. “We didn’t have any pressure or stress – there’s nothing to lose.”

That attitude appears to be working; the Spartans sit in first place and haven’t lost a game all season. They improved to 7-0 in league and 13-0 overall with Thursday’s 15-11 win over visiting Lynbrook.

“It’s by far the best start we’ve had in the upper division since I’ve been here,” said Rafael Alapont, who returned as varsity coach this season after running the frosh-soph squad in recent years and has been with the program for more than a decade. “This is potentially the best team I’ve had.”

If Mountain View’s triple-overtime win versus Los Gatos in the first week of league play didn’t grab the attention of the rest of the De Anza, then its victory over defending champ Los Altos two weeks later surely did. Nardelli ranks the Sept. 6 home game against Los Gatos – a 12-11 triumph decided on senior Ahram Ham’s sudden-death goal – as the Spartans’ best win of the season, with the 9-8 victory at rival Los Altos Sept. 13 close behind.

“Los Gatos is one of the top teams in league, and that was our first really difficult game of the season. We gave it our all and won, and we surprised ourselves; it was a boost of confidence,” he said. “Against Los Altos, we still played with a nothing-to-lose mentality, but we really wanted to show the league what we can do – and we went out and did it.”

Mountain View followed that with a 16-4 thrashing of Gunn Sept. 25. The home win capped the first half of league play for the Spartans, who outscored their foes 85-58 over those six games.

Alapont cited several reasons for Mountain View’s success, starting with the experience the boys gained by playing over the summer.

“Most of them play club year-round for West Valley,” the coach said of the Mountain View-based club he runs. “That’s helped them improve the team chemistry and their skills.”

Four Spartans – field players Nardelli, Nate Randolph and Kyle Do, along with goalie Sam Vincent – played on the under-16 squad that finished sixth at the Junior Olympics in July.

Nardelli, sophomore Randolph and senior Justin Bosset are Mountain View’s leading scorers. Nardelli and Randolph also serve as team captains, along with senior Jeremy Noel.

“They’re doing an extremely good job,” Alapont said of his team leaders. “They’re great at communicating with the other players and relaying what I’m looking for.”

Vincent, another senior, “has been having a great year” in goal, according to Alapont.

The Spartans get a spark off the bench from juniors Oren Joffe and Alex Wong.

“Owen has an offensive mindset and Alex has speed and is good on defense,” the coach said.

Alapont added that Mountain View is a tough team to defend because it has offensive threats all over the pool.

“We have six players who can shoot the ball and score,” he said. “Anyone we drop off the ball to can score.”

Alapont also raved about the Spartans’ work ethic.

“They’re very disciplined and train extremely hard,” he said. “They train two to three hours a day.”

That training should come in handy over these final three weeks of league, when Mountain View faces teams eager for payback. The Spartans are slated to host Palo Alto 3:30 p.m. Thursday and Los Altos 6:45 p.m. Tuesday.

“We surprised some teams the first time around, but they’ll be more prepared for us this time,” Nardelli said. “But no one is stressing – we’re just going to play our game and see how the other teams respond.”

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  • REMIND: If you are new, sign up for our Team (Students Only) Remind - Take out your phone and Text: @2020polo To Phone#: 81010, If you don't Text, you can email: 2020polo@mail.remind.com (you can leave subject blank).
    • Parent, go to the parent page to learn how to sign up for communication information. 
  • New & Returning Players: please fill out this INTAKE FORM ASAP to give your coach information that is needed as well as your T-Shirt size for your free Team Shirt.
  • SWIMSUITS: Please purchase your suit directly from Kap7 HERE by 2/17 to have it included in the team order, they will be shipped together to save on shipping and confirm we will have them by our first game.
    • SIZING: We have a suit in every size for the girls to try on and confirm what size they are in this Turbo Brand. If they haven't done this please reach out to Coach to schedule a time (even if you are unsure about purchasing one now, please still get sized as we will not have the sizing kit for long).
    • Cap #: We have two options when purchasing a swimsuits, $75 & $80. If you received a varsity letter last year then you have the option to put your cap # on the hip of your suit with the $80 option, coach has sent a message to last year's varsity confirming their cap #. If this is your first year playing or you did not letter last year than you will choose the $75 option. Please reach out to Coach Jenni if you have any questions regarding this.
  • Team T-Shirt: All players will receive a team T-shirt for no cost to player
  • Optional Apparel: 3 items; Black Sweatpants that have AMHS Water Polo printed under the pocket in orange for $25. Black Quarter Zip Sweatshirt with the orange AM Lion logo on the right front corner for $28. Black Hooded Sweatshirt with large colorful lion Head on the front for $20 (name on back $5 more). More information to come and will pay the school directly for these items. 
  • Other Start of Season Information
    • Confirm with the office that you are cleared to play (eligibility information listed below)
    • March 2nd, starts at 5:30 (in the pool at 5:50)
      • All players should be picked up by 7:35pm (out of the pool at 7:15pm)
    • Bring a swimming suit and towel to practice
    • We have a swim cap if you need one
    • Cuts: we will not have cuts this year, everyone will make the team if they want to commit
    • Tryouts: Decision for Varsity will take place by March 13th (probably earlier). Most girls will stay either JV or V throughout the season but there is always some wiggle room
    • Calendar on this site is up to date with all current practices and games, we will be adding a couple more games and some days of dryland/whiteboard practices before our pool time on the weekdays
    • Any questions reach out to Coach Jenni via email or phone at 253.249.6425

 

ELIGIBILITY:

To be eligible to play a sport at Auburn Mountainview every year you have to complete the following. If you have participated in a fall or winter sport this year, you should be cleared but still need to confirm with the office BEFORE Mid-Winter Break. Every student has to be listed on the cleared list that is sent to the coach before they are allowed in the water, no exceptions!

  • Parent needs to login into their own Skyward account and complete their packet, it is listed under "ONLINE FORMS", "Athletic Packet 2019-20 Parent"
  • Student also needs to login into their own Skyward account and complete their packet.
  • Every Student Athlete needs a new Physical their first year at AMHS 
  • Physicals can be good up to 2 years (if you play a sport every year,  you would need one your 9th grade and 11th grade years)
  • Physical forms can be printed out in the Athletic Packet in the Skyward Account
  • Every Student Athlete is required to purchase an ASB
  • To confirm, there should be a ASB sticker on school ID card
  • Talk to the Athletic office if you have questions
  • All Running Start student athletes need to complete and return the WIAA Running Start Contract to the Activities Office at the beginning of each season of athletic participation.  Student athletes must also submit grades from their college coursework to the Activities Office at the end of each college quarter to be kept on file. 

 

 

 

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Water Polo, Girls Head Varsity Coach at MVHS at Mountain View Los Altos High

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Job Information

Date Posted:4/26/2021 Application Deadline:2/1/2022 11:55 PM Pacific
Employment Type:Part Time Length of Work Year:Fall Season
Salary:$5,396.00 plus years of experience Number Openings: (At time of posting)1
Contact:Shelley Smith Email:shelley.smith@mvla.net
Phone:650-940-4600 1421

Location: Mountain View High School

Season: Fall 2020

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Resume Two Letters of Recommendation Life Guard Certification (Valid/Current) CPR & First Aid Certification (Valid/Current) CIF Certification Concussion Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Sudden Cardiac Arrest Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Heat Illness Prevention Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Current TB Test Results



Resume Two Letters of Recommendation Life Guard Certification (Valid/Current) CPR & First Aid Certification (Valid/Current) CIF Certification Concussion Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Sudden Cardiac Arrest Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Heat Illness Prevention Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Current TB Test Results

Comments and Other Information

In order to be considered for this coaching position all of the required documents listed on this job posting must be attached.

Comments and Other Information


In order to be considered for this coaching position all of the required documents listed on this job posting must be attached.

 


Application Deadline

2/1/2022 11:55 PM Pacific

Date Posted

4/26/2021

Contact

Shelley Smith
650-940-4600 1421

Number of Openings

1

Salary

$5,396.00 plus years of experience

Length of Work Year

Fall Season

Employment Type

Part Time

Location:

Mountain View High School

 

Not all postings qualify for CalPERS. Informational Only.
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Boys’ water polo dominates Mountain View

Editor’s Note: This story features an auto-generated voice over, provided by Ad Auris. Press the green play button to listen to the audio.



In an assertive victory, the Palo Alto High School varsity boys’ water polo team (3-4) beat the Mountain View Spartans (0-3), 13-4, Saturday during a home game.

Coming from a frustrating 15-10 defeat against the Los Altos Eagles Thursday, the Vikings went into Saturday’s match hoping to redeem themselves. According to senior co-captain Luke Thieman, the team intended to put more emphasis on where they fell short against the Eagles.

“We lost a tough one in the last league game,” Thieman said. “[But] we [knew] that we could continue to get better from that… so we had a lot of confidence.”

In the first quarter, mountain view high school water polo Vikings excelled on the offensive, controlling the flow mountain view high school water polo the game. Senior co-captain Siddhartha Sahasrabuddhe was especially dominant, evading several defenders and scoring the first goal of the match. From there, the Vikings continued progressing, making strong passes and shots, eventually managing to place the ball in the net two more times. On the defensive, though the Vikings put up a valiant effort, the Spartans were able to find an opening and score, ending the quarter 3-1.

In the second quarter, the Vikings picked up heavy momentum, mountain view high school water polo, establishing significant separation from the Spartans. Contrary to the first quarter, mountain view high school water polo, the Vikings overwhelmed the Spartans on the defensive, with junior hannover lacrosse Eitan Green being a stand-out and stopping numerous close shot attempts — keeping the Spartans scoreless in the quarter. On the other hand, Thieman and fellow senior co-captain Loic Ijzerman maintained the team’s commanding attacking nature, both scoring multiple goals and ending the quarter 6-1.

In the third and fourth quarters, the Vikings continued with their offensive aggression, with a total of seven goals being scored over the final half. Green resumed shining on defense, blocking and preventing several shots, not allowing Mountain View to make any significant headway. Thieman and Ijzerman remained unstoppable, facilitating goals and breaking through Mountain View’s defensive lines. Although the Spartans made a minor comeback towards the end of the game — scoring three more goals — ultimately it was too late, with the match ending in a 13-4 Viking victory.

According to Thieman, the team was expecting a lower-intensity match compared its past games.

“We were a little bit looser [and] had a little more fun today,” Thieman said. mountain view high school water polo had] a little bit more confidence on our game and we knew that we could go put some pressure on and have a good win.”

Head coach Ethan Look said he was extremely content with the players’ performance and believed their preparation beforehand was responsible for it.

“We just worked on our game plan [and] we got a couple of different offensive and defensive sets that we like to work on and [we] just [worked] on those, making sure that they were in the right place,” Look said. “It was hard to say before the game what kind of talent Mountain View was gonna have so we kind of had to prepare for everything.”

Thieman said that although the team did well, mountain view high school water polo, there is still room for improvement.

“Obviously there’s always things to work on,” Thieman said. “[Our] offense could have gone a little smoother on some certain possessions, but I am proud of the way we played and I want to build off of this going forward because we have a tough stretch of games coming up.”

The Mountain view high school water polo were to play against the Wilcox Chargers 3:30 p.m, mountain view high school water polo. Thursday at home.

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Jeremy Noel

As the newest member of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division, the Mountain View High boys water polo team approached this season without expectations.

“We came in with the mindset of, ‘Let’s test it out and have fun,’” junior Tony Nardelli said of taking on the difficult De Anza a year after winning the SCVAL’s easier El Camino Division. “We didn’t have any pressure or stress – there’s nothing to lose.”

That attitude appears to be working; the Spartans sit in first place and haven’t lost a game all season. They improved to 7-0 in league and 13-0 overall with Thursday’s 15-11 win over visiting Lynbrook.

“It’s by far the best start we’ve had in the upper division since I’ve been here,” said Rafael Alapont, who returned as varsity coach this season after running the frosh-soph squad in recent years and has been with the program for more than a decade. “This is potentially the best team I’ve alzheimer rally Mountain View’s triple-overtime win versus Los Gatos in the first week of league play didn’t grab the attention of the rest of the De Anza, then its victory over defending champ Los Altos two weeks later surely did. Nardelli ranks the Sept. 6 home game against Los Gatos – a 12-11 triumph decided on senior Ahram Ham’s sudden-death goal – as the Spartans’ best win of the season, with the 9-8 victory at rival Los Altos Sept. 13 close behind.

“Los Gatos is one of the top teams in league, and that was our first really difficult game of the season. We gave it our all and won, and we mountain view high school water polo ourselves; it was a boost of confidence,” he said. “Against Los Altos, we still played with a nothing-to-lose mentality, but we really wanted to show the league what we can do – and we went out and did it.”

Mountain View followed that with a 16-4 thrashing of Gunn Sept. 25. The home win capped the first half of league play for the Spartans, who outscored their foes 85-58 over those six games.

Alapont cited several reasons for Mountain View’s success, starting with the experience the boys gained by playing over the summer.

“Most of them play club year-round for West Valley,” the coach said of the Mountain View-based club he runs. “That’s helped them improve the team chemistry and their skills.”

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Nardelli, sophomore Randolph and senior Justin Bosset are Mountain View’s leading scorers. Nardelli and Randolph also serve as team captains, along with senior Jeremy Noel.

“They’re doing an extremely good job,” Alapont said of his team leaders, mountain view high school water polo. “They’re great at communicating with the other players and relaying what I’m looking for.”

Vincent, another senior, “has been having a great year” in goal, according to Alapont.

The Spartans get a spark off the bench from juniors Oren Joffe and Alex Wong.

“Owen has an offensive mindset and Alex has speed and is good on defense,” the coach said.

Alapont added that Mountain View is a tough team to defend because it has offensive threats all over the pool.

“We have six players who can shoot the ball and score,” he said. “Anyone we drop off the ball to can score.”

Alapont also raved about the Spartans’ work ethic.

“They’re very disciplined and train extremely hard,” he said, mountain view high school water polo. “They train two to three hours a day.”

That training should come in handy over these final three weeks of league, mountain view high school water polo, when Mountain View faces teams eager for payback. The Spartans are slated to host Palo Alto 3:30 p.m. Thursday and Los Altos 6:45 p.m. Tuesday.

“We surprised some teams the first time around, but they’ll be more prepared for us this time,” Nardelli said. “But no one is stressing – we’re just going to play our game and see how the other teams respond.”

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ALL PLAYERS: 

  • REMIND: If you are new, sign up for our Team (Students Only) Remind - Take out your phone and Text: @2020polo To Phone#: 81010, If you don't Text, you mountain view high school water polo email: 2020polo@mail.remind.com (you can leave subject blank).
    • Parent, go to the parent page to learn how to sign up for communication information. 
  • New & Returning Players: please fill out this INTAKE FORM ASAP to give your coach information that is needed as well as your T-Shirt size for your free Team Shirt.
  • SWIMSUITS: Please purchase your suit directly from Kap7 HERE by 2/17 to have it included in the team order, they will be shipped together to save on shipping and confirm we will have them by our first game.
    • SIZING: We have a suit in every size for the girls to try on and confirm what size they are in this Turbo Brand. If they haven't done this please reach out to Coach to schedule a time (even if you are unsure about purchasing one now, please still get sized as we will not have the sizing kit for long).
    • Cap #: We have two options when purchasing a swimsuits, $75 & $80. If you received a varsity letter last year then you have the option to put your cap # on the hip of your suit with the $80 option, mountain view high school water polo, coach has sent a message to last year's varsity confirming their cap #. If this is your first year playing or you did not letter last year than you will choose the $75 option. Please reach out to Coach Jenni if you have any questions regarding this.
  • Team T-Shirt: All players will receive a team T-shirt for no cost to player
  • Optional Apparel: 3 items; Black Sweatpants that have AMHS Water Polo printed under the pocket in orange for $25. Black Quarter Zip Sweatshirt with the orange AM Lion logo on the right front corner for $28. Black Hooded Sweatshirt with large colorful lion Head on the front for $20 (name on back $5 more). More information to come and will pay the school directly for these items. 
  • Other Start of Season Information
    • Confirm with the office that you are cleared to play (eligibility information listed below)
    • March 2nd, starts at 5:30 (in the pool at 5:50)
      • All players should be picked up by 7:35pm (out of the pool at 7:15pm)
    • Bring a swimming suit and towel to practice
    • We have a swim cap if you need one
    • Cuts: we will not have cuts this year, everyone will make the team if they want to commit
    • Tryouts: Decision for Varsity will take place by March 13th (probably earlier). Most girls will stay either JV or V throughout the season but there is always some wiggle room
    • Calendar on this site is up to date with all current practices and games, we will be adding a couple more games and some days of dryland/whiteboard practices before our pool time on the weekdays
    • Any questions reach out to Coach Jenni via email or phone at 253.249.6425

 

ELIGIBILITY:

To be eligible to play a sport at Auburn Mountainview every year you mountain view high school water polo to complete the following. If you have participated in a fall or winter sport this year, you should be cleared but still need to confirm with the office BEFORE Mid-Winter Break. Every student has to be listed on the cleared list that is sent to the coach before they are allowed in the water, no exceptions!

  • Parent needs to login into their own Skyward account and complete their packet, it is listed under "ONLINE FORMS", "Athletic Packet 2019-20 Parent"
  • Student also needs to login into their own Skyward account and complete their packet.
  • Every Student Athlete needs a new Physical their first year at AMHS 
  • Physicals can be good mountain view high school water polo to 2 years (if you play a sport every year,  you would need one your 9th grade and 11th grade years)
  • Physical forms can be printed out in the Athletic Packet in the Skyward Account
  • Every Student Athlete is required to purchase an ASB
  • To confirm, there should be a ASB sticker on school ID card
  • Talk to the Athletic office if you have questions
  • All Running Start student athletes need to complete and return the WIAA Running Start Contract to the Activities Office at the beginning of each season of athletic participation.  Student athletes must also submit grades from their college coursework to the Activities Office at the end of each college quarter to be kept on file. 

 

 

 

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Water Polo, Girls Head Varsity Coach at MVHS at Mountain View Los Altos High

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Job Information

Date Posted:4/26/2021 Application Deadline:2/1/2022 11:55 PM Pacific
Employment Type:Part Time Length of Work Year:Fall Season
Salary:$5,396.00 plus years of experience Number Openings: (At time of posting)1
Contact:Shelley Smith Email:shelley.smith@mvla.net
Phone:650-940-4600 1421

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Resume Two Letters of Recommendation Life Guard Certification (Valid/Current) CPR & First Aid Certification (Valid/Current) CIF Certification Concussion Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Sudden Cardiac Arrest Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Heat Illness Prevention Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Current TB Test Results



Resume Two Letters of Recommendation Life Guard Certification (Valid/Current) CPR & First Aid Certification (Valid/Current) CIF Certification Concussion Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Sudden Cardiac Arrest Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Heat Illness Prevention Certification (not exceeding two years from date of issue) Current TB Test Results

Comments and Other Information

In order to be considered for this coaching position all of the required documents listed on this job posting must be attached.

Comments and Other Information


In order to be considered for this coaching position all of the required documents listed on this job posting must be attached.

 


Application Deadline

2/1/2022 11:55 PM Pacific

Date Posted

4/26/2021

Contact

Shelley Smith
650-940-4600 1421

Number of Openings

1

Salary

$5,396.00 plus years of experience mountain view high school water polo

Length of Work Year

Fall Season larrys sporting arms

Employment Type

Part Time

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