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February 8, 2011 at 10:36 AM

Quienton Poil hired to coach Kentlake baseball

Quienton Poil has been hired to coach the Kentlake baseball program, replacing Jason Evans, who stepped down in January.

Here is a story from the Kent Reporter about Evans leaving the program.

Here is some background information on Poil sent out Tuesday:

He has been coaching baseball at different age levels for more than 20 years. Poil has been the head coach for the Puget Sound Roxx the last seven years, an 18U baseball team located in Puyallup.

He has also served as the assistant varsity coach at Puyallup High School under Mark Wiese since 2007.

Poil’s other credentials include:

Coaching two years under the guidance of Bobo Brayton at Washington State University (1990 and 1991).

Head Assistant Coach for two years at Yakima Valley College (1991 and 1992).

Played for the Cougars (1988, 1989) and Yakima Valley College (1986, 1987).

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