Point Loma Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo

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Fall 2019 Tryout Information

It’s time to get ready for PLHS Fall tryouts! Below you will find the most up-to-date information on our Fall 2019 try-outs. Please plan your summers accordingly. *REMEMBER: All athletes must complete the Athletic Clearance Process BEFORE coming to try-outs. You can begin this process anytime after June 1, 2019. Click here for more details. DO

Boys Water Polo in D1 CIF Finals!

The PLHS Boys Water Polo team has advanced to the D1 CIF Finals! They will play CCA at 5:00pm on Saturday 11/10/18 at La Jolla High School. Go Pointers!

Boys Water Polo in CIF Semifinals

Boys Water Polo has advanced to the D1 CIF Semifinals tonight (11/6/18) at 7:30pm. The Pointers will be playing Carlsbad at La Jolla High School. Go Pointers!

Boys Water Polo in CIF Quarterfinals

Come support the Boys Water Polo team on Saturday 11/3/18 in the CIF Quarterfinal game against Mater Dei. The game will begin at 5:15pm at La Jolla High School. Go Pointers! 

Boys Water Polo Wins League Title

  Boys Varsity Water Polo wins the Eastern League Title! We are graduating 10 Seniors this year… we will miss them dearly.

Boys Water Polo Beats Mission Bay

Our Varsity Boys Water Polo team beat Mission Bay again on 10/10 with a score of (18-12). Their League record is now (5-0)! Let’s Go Pointers!!

Protect Our Pointers

The Protect Our Pointers (POP) Committee leads the fundraising efforts to support and staff the PLHS Athletics Training Department with a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), while also supporting an awareness program that changes the culture of safety in sports through the empowerment of all Pointers. Since January of 2011, PLHS has funded a Certified Athletic

Our Athletic Trainer

Point Loma High School Welcomes New Head Athletic Trainer: Isaiah Yoder Isaiah was born and raised in Salem, Oregon and is a graduate from PLNU with a passion for sports and injury prevention. He played basketball and baseball through high school but missed his Sophomore and Junior years due to multiple ACL tears. Isaiah loves his