Enumclaw polo team returns to the pool | 2015 spring sports previews

The Enumclaw girls water polo team hit the pool and began playing matches this week. Coach Bob Averill wrote the team is returning 10 including senior captains Bailey Sexton and Hayley Sonneson.

The Enumclaw girls water polo team.

The Enumclaw girls water polo team hit the pool and began playing matches this week.

Coach Bob Averill wrote the team is returning 10 including senior captains Bailey Sexton and Hayley Sonneson.

Other returning Hornets are senior Madi Woodall, juniors Sierra Clough, Anna Davenport, Brandi Meneghini, Lauren Pratt, Grace Sales, Hannah Simurdak and sophomore Emilie Weyer.

Averill wrote a large group of girls are new to water polo including, juniors Lena Freund and Kaitlyn Thorley. Freshmen joining the squad are Madison Ely, Morgan Hall, Lindsay Harms, Kate Meneghini, Grace Munnell, and Grace Rich.

The Hornets played in the Curtis Jamboree at the Curtis Aquatic Center in University Place Saturday.

Enumclaw beat Lakes Lancers 6-4 in the opening game. Sonneson and Davenport scored two goals. Sexton scored one and Rich scored her first goal.

Enumclaw tied Bellevue in the second game 2-2. Sonneson and Meneghini each scored. Bellevue won the rock-paper-scissors tiebreaker.

In the final game the Newport Knights beat the Hornets 7-5. Sexton scored three,  Meneghini and Davenport scored one each.

Enumclaw travels to Kentridge at 8 p.m. Thursday

 

 

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