Warren Boys Varsity Water Polo

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The Wow Factor: Fall Sports Wrap

The fall season is coming to a close. It’s time we celebrate the incredible triumphs of our athletes and our coaches! The Warren girls’ golf team boasted the 2019 San Gabriel Valley League Champion–Joshlyn Ayala. She represented the SGVL in CIF competition, qualifying for the 2nd round of playoffs and narrowly missing the 3rd round of

Water Polo Clinches Runner-Up Honors

The Boys Water Polo Team wrapped up league with a 15-2 win yesterday against La Mirada. This victory helps the Bears secure a second place finish in San Gabriel Valley League competition, finishing 3-1. The Bears only lost came to the Downey Vikings in a hard-fought 10-7 finish. Now the Bears prepare for CIF action.

Athletes of the Week

Warren Athletics is proud to announce the Athletes of the Week for the first week of October (Oct. 1-5): Edson Alvarado (Boys Water Polo) and Kailyn Lorberter and Ximena Ramos (Girls Tennis). Edson Alvarado is a senior on the Boys Varsity Water Polo Team. His offensive dominance has been a catalyst for the team’s tremendous

The Rivalry—Sibling or School?

The boys’ water polo game today (Oct. 16) has championship implications, as both Warren and Downey are vying for the SGVL Championship. This rivalry showdown runs a bit deeper this year, as the Bears and Vikings have brothers at the helm—Coach Edgar Villa and Coach Uriel Villa, respectively. As the saying goes, blood runs thicker

Warren Remains Undefeated in League Action

The Warren Boys’ Water Polo team improved to 2-0 in SGVL competition today. The Bears defeated the Gladiators of Gahr 9-4. League play resumes next Tuesday (Oct. 16), as the Warren Bears look to keep their dominance in SGVL play alive as they take on the Downey Vikings. This game should prove to be the

Boys’ Water Polo Dominates in SGVL Opener

The boys’ water polo team opened San Gabriel Valley League play on Tuesday (10/2) with a commanding 8-2 victory over Paramount High School. The Bears were led by Edson Alvarado’s offensive showcase, scoring a team-leading 6 goals. The Bears limited the Pirates to only 2 goals, anchored by Dylan Cassasola’s 10-save performance in the cage.