Follow the Enumclaw (WA) High School Water Polo Teams on Twitter @EnumclawPolo and Instagram @EnumclawWaterPolo. You can contact us by email at enumclawpolo@gmail.com

Enumclaw HS Girls Water Polo Meeting Tuesday

The Enumclaw High School Girls Water Polo Team will have a pre-season organizational meeting on Tuesday, February 3, after school, at the EHS Commons.  All girls interested in turning out when the season starts on March 2 should attend, or get information at the school athletic office.

Off-season workouts are taking place through February at the Enumclaw Pool, on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 8:00-9:30. Girls from all middle schools and high schools are welcome to attend, try water polo, and prepare for the upcoming season.

Washington State's Girls High School Water Polo Season Starts on March 2. The Enumclaw Hornets compete in the East Division; the East Division includes Auburn, Auburn Mountainview, Auburn Riverside, Enumclaw, Kentridge, and Tahoma.

Follow this web site for information about Enumclaw Water Polo programs. Follow our Twitter feed @EnumclawPolo for more immediate results and information.

Tim Tubbs Added to EHS Hall of Fame

Former EHS coach and Athletic Director Tim Tubbs will be inducted into Enumclaw High School's Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, January 9, at Chuck Smith Gymnasium. Tubbs will be honored during halftime at Friday's boys basketball game; a celebration will take place after the game.

Tubbs began teaching at Enumclaw High School in 1972, and coached golf, track, and basketball before taking the helm as Athletic Director in 2000. He coached boys golf from 1973 to 2000, leading the team to a state championship in 1982. Tubbs earned league Coach of the Year honors in golf and track multiple times, and was once named regional Coach of the Year in golf.

Winter Polo Continues Through February at Enumclaw Pool

The Enumclaw Aquatic Center and Enumclaw High School will be offering Open Pool water polo workouts this Winter, twice a week, from 8:00 to 9:30 pm.

Water Polo workouts are open to all middle school and high school girls who are interested in learning and practicing water polo skills.  Girls from all schools are welcome. Workouts are supervised by EHS coaches, led by veteran high school players, and cost $300.

For more information contact coach Bob Averill at bobaverill@earthlink.net.

Girls High School Water Polo Season starts on Monday, March 2.  More information about Enumclaw Water Polo is available on the team’s web site, at http://enumclawpolo.blogspot.com or on Twitter @EnumclawPolo.