PV Seeks Another Bay League Title
• Sea Kings set to defend another Bay League title - again.
Football is back at Palos Verdes High School
After a long hiatus due to COVID -19 restrictions, the Sea Kings are back in action. At first, the odds of having a football season this year were low, but because of a decrease in coronavirus cases, football has returned to Southern California.
The Sea Kings are doing an excellent job making sure every player and coach is masked up when necessary and maintaining social distancing guidelines. All the players are grateful to be back and ready to play.
Senior Cameron Collier talked about the emotional news of the return of football: “When I heard we were going to have a season, I was ecstatic because my teammates and I were finally able to play football after months of having social distance practice without footballs.”
When asked about the team’s goal this season, Cameron said, “Our goal is to win Bay League so we can make our coaches and football alumni proud.”
Hearing players’ enthusiasm at the end of practice it is easy to see that the team mentality is up to achieving that goal.
Varsity offensive lineman Johan Van Wier, when asked about his personal goal for the season, said, “I am striving to be faster and to build better relationships with my teammates.”
So far this season, the Sea Kings are well on their way to becoming league champions again, carrying a perfect 3-0 Bay League record going into yesterday’s tough game against Culver City.
PV has already defeated Santa Monica, Mira Costa and Redondo Union in league action.
The Sea Kings will finish the regular season by hosting rival Peninsula April 16.