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Athletics - Overview

Washington High School has a rich history of athletic excellence. Our athletic programs are designed to support student-athletes in their academic pursuits, sportsmanship, health education and overall well-being.   

Fall Student-Athlete Participation Form Collection Times:

Mon 8/12 3-6pm

Tue 8/13 10am-12pm 1-2pm

All paperwork must be completed and submitted to Athletic Director Rigdon or Athletic Trainer Calabretta PRIOR to try outs. Student-athletes are not eligible to participate until they have received full clearance from AD Rigdon or AT Calabretta (please do not turn in paperwork directly to coaches).

Fall Sports Tryout Times/Locations


8/12 930am @Eggers Parking Lot

Girls Golf

8/13-8/15 430pm @Stevenson Golf Range

Football (started 8/5)


Girls Tennis

8/12 -8/16 3-530pm @WHS Tennis Courts

Girls Volleyball

8/12-8/14 330-530pm @WHS Main Gym

Boys and Girls Water Polo

8/12 12am (Midnight Madness) @WHS Pool

All teams: Wednesday/ Friday 7:30-8:30am in the weight room.

Girls: Monday- Friday 3:00-6:00 in pool

Boys: Monday- Friday 6:00-9:00 in pool

MVAL Sports Schedule [↗]


Washington High School Athletic Booster Club

Go to to learn more about membership, meetings, Annual Crab Feed and more.

MVAL Athletic Event Admission Fees:

Adults/ Students without ASB     $7.00

Students without ASB                $5.00    

Students in grades K-8              $3.00

Seniors 62 & older                     Free


College Recruitment Information

Fremont Unified School District is proud to announce that we will host NFL veteran Julian Jenkins from Next College Student Athlete (NCSA) for his presentation: “College Recruiting Simplified.” The event is on Monday, October 2nd at 6:30pm in the Valhalla Theater at Irvington High School. The seminar is free to all students and their families. Click here for flyer

Jenkins will guide parents and student-athletes through the importance of establishing athletic and academic goals, setting realistic expectations and seeking opportunities at all college and division levels.

Topics covered include:

  • The benefits of playing college sports
  • Reading college coach communications between the lines
  • When the recruiting process starts
  • How to get discovered
  • How coaches evaluate prospects
  • How to set realistic expectations
  • High school and club coaches’ roles

Guy Emanuele Sports Fund

The Guy Emanuele Sports Fund provides grants/scholarships to FUSD high school students who wish to participate in after-school sports but need help to offset some of the costs required for equipment and uniforms.  A student may receive more than one GESF grant if he/she is participating different sports seasonally.  Applications for Fall sports is September 30th.  Visit the Fremont Education Foundation website and click on the Guy Emanuele Sports Fund page for more scholarship information.


Contact C. Rigdon  C. Rigdon (510) 505-7300 ex: 67129 Social Science Teacher & Athletic Coordinator