Chynoweth chosen to lead Hornets gymnastics | Enumclaw High School

Regina Chynoweth has been tabbed to take the reins of the wildly successful Enumclaw High gymnastics program.

  • Monday, October 12, 2015 5:13pm
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Regina Chynoweth has been tabbed to take the reins of the wildly successful Enumclaw High gymnastics program.

The Enumclaw resident fills a void created by the departure of Ben Skipworth, the only coach the Hornet program had known. He helped launch the sport at EHS during the winter of 2010, eventually leading a talented squad to a second-place finish at the state championships in February 2011. That was followed by state titles in 2012 and 2013 and second-place finishes the past two seasons.

Chynoweth’s introduction to gymnastics came through a recreational program in her youth and she competed for three years at the high school level. Locally, she has coached at the Enumclaw GymnasticsCenter and, for the past four years, at Peak Gymnastics.


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