It is the middle of winter, and water polo developmental clinics are happening in Mt. Lebo's pool on the weekends. Way to go. Kids are learning about the sport with adult players in volunteer roles.
Think about summer camps soon. Navy water polo camps have always been special experiences.
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Come out to play and learn water polo with kids from around the region on Saturday, October 26, 2019. Swimmers age 12 and under play from noon to 1 pm. The older swimmers, ages 13 and older, play from 1 to 2:30 pm.
Mt Lebanon High School Indoor Pool is at 155 Cochran Road, Mt. Lebanon, PA 15228.
Cost is $10, as a registration fee for the younger ages and $20 for the older age group. Bring an additional $15 if you want to purchase a junior-sized water polo ball to take home.
The clinic helps swimmers learn more about playing water polo and efforts are going to be geared to developing skills to become a better team player. Give water polo a shot, and the organizers make a guarantee of fun!
Many western Pennsylvania high schools are getting closer to sponsoring water polo teams in the future!
Bring your suit, goggles, and towel. You must be able to swim a full length of the pool. No prior water polo experience needed.
Might be fun to take a trip to Erie for a water polo clinic on November 16, 2019. College coaches and a good experience.
For further info, check out the web site, https://mhur.st/poloclinic.
If you go, let us know how it went and forward some photos too.
Schenley High School is gone. Sadly.
Schools that wish to play water polo in Pennsylvania need to send a similar letter to the PIAA. Then the games can be held among other high school teams within PA.
The South Hills swimmers who are interested in regular water polo play are gathering!
We had a great turnout for the September South Hills clinic this past Saturday at Mt Lebo. Special thanks to Jocelyn, Tessa, Nick D, Will, Jim Staresinic (NA), Jillian Breckenridge (Grove City), and Mike Kristufek (Mt. Lebo pool director). We are looking to expand and open up the pool for high school students the next time. Youth on one side and high school on the other October 26th. Stay tuned.