RIVERSIDE: In his first official match at the helm of the boys water polo program, Chad Rahn not only found himself pitted against the cross town rival Poly High, but in that opponent, up against a team that quickly exposed King’s lack of depth.
“We couldn’t match their depth, especially in the second-half when we ran into foul trouble” Rahn commented after the game. While the Wolves were able to keep the score close in the first half, the adversity of the second half cost King the game 18-10
Andrew Serrano, King’s 2 meter man, was strong in the middle with six goals and four drawn exclusions. Goal keeper David Romero had 11 saves.
“I’m proud of the way the boys worked together, even after the adversity of the second half” Rahn said. “We picked each other up and kept battling. We’ve shown improvement and will continue to improve. Our goal is to be a “PEAK team” and we’ll continue to grow.”