Boys – Water Polo

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SCHS BOYS WATER POLO TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR
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In 1972 the MBL grew too large for one league, so the league was divided into the North Division, Santa Cruz County schools in one league and Monterey and San Benito county schools in the South Division.

In 1976, the schools in Santa Cruz county thought their league would be more appropriately called, the Santa Cruz County Athletic League and at this time the leagues were split off. Monterey and San Benito county schools retained the MBL or Monterey Bay League name.

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
DUAL LEAGUE
RECORD RECORD
1969 3-3 First year of play
1970 4-4 Not a league sport
1971 4-3
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977 0-6
1678 0-6 0-10
1979 0-6
1980 1-5 Last 10-6
1981 0-6
1982
1983 6-4 Fifth 10-10 In eleven team Southern CCS Conference
1984 4-4
1985
1986 2-4 10-16
1987 3-5 Third 10-16
1988 2-6 Fourth 5-7
1989 2-8 Fifth, Last 3-12
1990 2-2 Three way 15-9 CCS 0-1. Second to Watsonville at tie Second their nine team Invitational
1991 3-5 tie last
1992 3-5 Third
1993 5-3 Second 11-7 CCS for only the second time. Went 0-1
1994 0-8 Last 4-17
1995 1-7 Last
1996 0-8 Last 8-18
1997 0-8 Last 2-18
1998 1-7
1999 Second 22-5 CCS semifinals. Won own Invitational tournament and Watsonville’s
2000 10-2 Second 19-9 CCS DIVISION II lost in first round. Was seeded fifth. Won the Independence of San Jose Tournament. San Jose Mercury poll ranked SC fourteenth in CCS and put Pat Jacobson on their Honor Roll of CCS top three Water Polo players.
2001
2002
2003 2-7
2004
2005 Gave Soquel their first loss in nine years of league play. Made CCS
2006 Second Lost only two games this season
2007
2008
2009
2010 4-4 Third 8-16
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