This season, the Panthers made waves in the Bay League, only losing their last 2 games against Menlo and Menlo-Atherton.
In their last league game against Menlo, the Panthers lost 18-6, but haven’t considered it a huge loss. Due to the air quality, the Panthers have been unable to get in the pool for the past 2 weeks, replacing practice sessions in the pool with strategy meetings inside.
“It’s been infuriating, and very difficult,” coach Austin Carr said. “At a crucial point in our season, it derailed us when we really needed to come back, regroup, and attack with some reinvigorated focus.”
Now the Panthers are focusing on doing their best in the upcoming Pacific Athletic League tournament and avenging their losses against Menlo and M-A.
“We’re just looking to stick to what we’ve been doing and to try to take away some lessons from these mistakes or losses along the way,” Carr said.