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Boys Water Polo Season starts August 24

Practice for the Enumclaw High School high school boys water polo team, and girls swim & dive team starts on Monday, August 24.

Sports registration will start on Monday, August 17 at the EHS Commons; Hornets Days will take place on August 20 and 21. The first day of school is Tuesday, September 1.

Follow this site and the Enumclaw Water Polo Twitter feed @EnumclawPolo for more information about Enumclaw High School water polo, schedules, and results.

New EHS Swim Coach Announcement

The Enumclaw High School Athletic Department has announced that Becky Pratt has been hired as our new Head Girls Swimming Coach for the 2015 season.

Born and raised in Enumclaw, Coach Pratt developed a love for swimming, health and community service. She swam with the Dolphin Swim Club, which led to representing EHS as a varsity swimmer, where she competed at the State level for four years.

During the 1988 swim season she had the opportunity to be a part of an amazing team and experienced the exhilaration of winning the State Championship.

Pratt was the first woman Firefighter/EMT/Swiftwater Tech for the Enumclaw Fire Department, where she served until stepping aside to expand her family. She has continued her passion for promoting health through a Nursing career. 

Pratt has devoted countless hours coaching the Rainier Foothills Swim Team and most recently was an assistant swim coach in the EHS Girls Swimming Program. Coach Pratt is excited to take over the Hornet swim program and continue to build on the recent success that the Hornets have experienced.

Coach Pratt replaces Coach Laini Goodlett who chose to step aside to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a nurse.

Summer Water Polo at Enumclaw Pool

The Enumclaw Aquatic Center and Enumclaw High School will be offering Open Pool water polo workouts this summer, from 8:00-9:30 p.m. on nine evenings, starting June 16.

The workouts are open to middle and high school age girls and boys and are intended to introduce new players to the sport, and for experienced players to learn and practice their water polo skills. Athletes from all schools are welcome; workouts cost $3.

Boys high school water polo season, and girls high school swim & dive season start on Monday, August 24. Girls high school water polo season is a Spring sport, and starts February 29, 2016.