Carlmont Boys Varsity Water Polo

  • Overall Record: 2 - 3
  • Conference Record: 2 - 2

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2018 Water Polo Summer Workouts

Summer Water Polo Workouts for both boys and girls: June 12 through July 19 Tuesday:Wednesday and Thursday from 7:30- 9:00 am. Tuesday  and Thursday: open lane swimming  ( 5 lanes ) and open water polo . Wednesday: Water Polo only. Open to all Carlmont students and incoming eighth graders .  

2018 Fall Sport Tryout Information

In order to tryout for a sport at Carlmont all students must go through the athletic clearance process.  Please visit this page for more details: https://carlmontathletics.org/athletic-clearance-information/ Fall  Sports may begin on August 3, 2018 Specific Tryout information for each sports is as follows: Athletes are expected to attend practice every day. Fall Sport Parent Night:

Carlmont High School Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo beat Wilcox F/S tournament 2-1

Saturday, October 21, 2017 8:00 AM Carlmont High School AWAY 2 Wilcox F/S tournament HOME 1 Game Recap The Carlmont boys snagged a third place tournament finish and a winning season this Saturday at Wilcox High School.Losing to host team Wilcox 6-3 in the first game ,the Scots came back with wins over Palma 13-12

Carlmont High School Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo beat Half Moon Bay High School 16-12

Monday, October 16, 2017 6:00 PM Half Moon Bay High School AWAY 12 Carlmont High School HOME 16 Game Recap Six scores by freshman Oliver Crawford Shelmadine coupled with four by another freshman Zach Nathan, led the way in a blistering paced game with league rival Half Moon Bay. The young Carlmont team finished league

Carlmont High School Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo beat Lynbrook F/S Tournament 3-0

Saturday, September 23, 2017 8:00 AM Carlmont High School AWAY 3 Lynbrook F/S Tournament HOME 0 Game Recap The Carlmont Scots swept their opponents 3 -0 last Saturday ,with impressive wins over Monte Vista, Harker and Fremont.Ten Scot players scored a total 31 goals in their tournament victories.Numerous steals by Freshman Zachary Nathan allowed many