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Prep boys water polo preview: Bishop’s seeks three straight

Date of first game: Season underway.

Championship finals: Nov. 12 and 13 (tentative)

Defending champions: Open Division — Bishop’s; Division I — Poway; Division II — Santana; Division III — Ramona.

Season outlook: Bishop’s seeks its third straight Open Division championship, but without two-time San Diego Section Player of the Year Jack Martin, who is now at Stanford. Junior Oliver Price holds forth in goal for the Knights, who are also spearheaded by seniors Garrett Johnson and Mark Stone. Cathedral Catholic, which lost to Bishop’s in a finals rematch last season, goes for its first title since 2018 behind junior Marton Szatmary and senior Jack Hightower in goal. Grossmont and La Jolla also look to challenge after reaching the semifinals last season. Sophomore Cole Harman keys reigning Division II champion Santana, which moves up to Division I this season and thus also has a chance to qualify for the Open Division playoffs. Up to Division II this season are Division III champion Ramona and finalist Hilltop. Poway holds the Division I title, its first crown since 2001. Boys water polo returns to its traditional fall season, just two months after last season’s playoff finals, delayed due to the pandemic.

Tourney dates: Rancho Bernardo Invitational, Aug. 26-28; America’s Finest City Invitational, Coronado, Sept. 24-25; San Diego Open, East County schools, Oct. 21-23.

Top teams: (In alphabetical order), Bishop’s, Carlsbad, Cathedral Catholic, Coronado, Grossmont, La Jolla, Poway, Santana, Valhalla, Vista.

Players to watch: Keifer Black (La Jolla), Finn Bugelli (La Jolla), John Billington (Cathedral Catholic), Trace Carss (San Pasqual), Nathan Darby (Westview), Aiden Day (Cathedral Catholic), Zane Derrod (Eastlake), Tanner Furtak (Patrick Henry), Maddox Garrahy (Cathedral Catholic), Cole Harman (Santana), Jack Hightower (Cathedral Catholic), Daniel Khristich (Cathedral Catholic), Garrett Johnson (Bishop’s), Justin Kahn (Mr. Carmel), Justin Kam (Canyon Crest), Chase Landa (Bishop’s), Finn McIlroy (Carlsbad), Mason Merritt (Vista), Gabriel Morales (Steele Canyon), Gavin Olson (La Jolla), Lukas Peabody (Bishop’s), Oliver Price (Bishop’s), Max Ramey (Coronado), Malachi Sagustume (Clairemont), Matthew Spry (Santana), Mark Stone (Bishop’s), Marton Szatmary (Cathedral Catholic), Angel Villa (Clairemont).