The Indians and Bulldogs have their share of solid athletes, and they both expect to be competitive in the Pacific League.
Here is a closer look at the teams.
Goldberg takes over for longtime coach Adam Wright, who has been moved up to an administrative position at the school. With 110 swimmers in the program, Goldberg said he is excited about the season.
"We have a really good group and we've had a great turnout," said Goldberg, who was an assistant under Wright. "We have something like 20 freshmen in the program. We should be really strong on the boys' side."
Helping lead the boys' varsity team is a pair of returners, junior Alex Lambert and senior Nathan Jo. Lambert, a Junior Olympics swimmer, is a backstroker and sprinter, while Jo is a butterfly specialist.
Another key returner is senior Dimitar Tantchev, who will swim the breaststroke. New to the squad is Martin Ruskov, a senior transfer from Chicago who will swim the breaststroke along with the sprints.
On the girls' side, Goldberg said he expects big things from senior April Hishinuma, a sprinter and backstroker.
"April will be trying to break her sister's school record in the 50 freestyle," Goldberg said about the mark held by Stacy Hishinuma.
Another solid returner is senior Jordan Card, who can swim sprints as well as other events.
New to the squad this season is senior transfer Bell Matchew, who can swim a variety of events, and freshman Amy Jarsted, a backstroker.
While Goldberg said he thinks the Bulldogs girls' team should be competitive, he feels that the boys' should be right behind Crescenta Valley.
"If we swim the way I think we can, there really should be no team other than CV that will be able to compete with us," he said.
Garcia said he is pleased with the progression of his team, which has worked hard in the offseason.