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Enumclaw High mercifully ended a woeful 2-7 grid campaign with a 38-7 setback Friday at the hands of Peninsula.
A White River volleyball squad that finished the South Puget Sound League 2A regular season with a 12-2 mark, split in its Saturday matches at the subdistrict volleyball tournament at Franklin Pierce.
Enumclaw High’s volleyball squad has been stuck in third place in the South Puget Sound League 3A standings for most of the past two months, but that could change.
Despite having two long touchdown runs called back and a potential touchdown pass dropped, the Bonney Lake Panthers found a way to dominate Enumclaw 48-14 Friday evening in a packed Sunset Chev Stadium, which in the past couple of years has been a virtual house of horrors for the Hornets.
The 11-2 White River High volleyball team assured itself of a second place finish in South Puget Sound League 2A play, crushing two opponents in straight sets.
The White River High volleyball team kept its march to the playoffs alive by steamrolling both Washington and Steilacoom in South Puget Sound League 2A volleyball action and elevating its league record to 9-2, to maintain its stranglehold on second place.
Enumclaw High’s volleyball group got off on the right foot as it won on the road, visiting a pesky Gator unit at Decatur High in… Continue reading
Author Thomas Wolfe once wrote, “You can’t go home.” Orting native and Enumclaw High football coach Don Bartel would beg to differ.
The Enumclaw High football team used a balanced offensive attack and a stingy defense to dominate Auburn Mountainview 28-6 Thursday at Auburn Memorial Stadium.
The Enumclaw High volleyball team owns an overall record of 7-2.
White River High’s volleyball bunch started on a positive note hosting winless Clover Park Oct. 5 and reeling in the anticipated conquest in straight sets 25-7, 25-17, 25-13.
Enumclaw High’s 42-7 homecoming victory over Decatur was the jewel of the big dance’s gala atmosphere Friday evening at Pete’s Pool Field.
After getting off to a bit of a shaky start, White River High’s volleyball unit seems to have righted the ship, as it took its South Puget Sound League 2A record to 4-1, swatting aside both Steilacoom and Eatonville.
In its first league volleyball match of the season Thursday, Enumclaw High quickly dismissed any of the mystery swirling around its newest South Puget Sound League 3A opponent, Decatur, by thrashing the Gators 25-16, 25-14 and 25-15.
Napolean Bonaparte once stated, “He who fears being conquered, is sure of defeat.”
Enumclaw’s volleyball crew had one engagement, beating skilled Stadium High of the Class 4A Narrows League to remain undefeated at 4-0.
High school football coaches are notorious for exaggerating the dimensions of their players to put a little scare into the enemy.
The White River High volleyball squad’s record dropped to 1-2 in league play and 1-3 overall after losing to Fife and Washington in South Puget Sound League 2A competition.