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Enumclaw High’s baseball contingent cruised to a couple of shutout league victories, traveling to Peninsula April 21 to cleansheet the Seahawks, 4-0, and hosting Clover Park April 22, needing only five frames to eliminate the Warriors 11-0.
Enumclaw High graduate Jon Ubbenga is tearing it up in the Frontier League as a starting shortstop.
Every member of the Enumclaw High baseball team was rooting April 7 for senior southpaw Andrew Olson, who wound up twirling a no-hitter against Lakes, as EHS cruised to an easy 13-0 South Puget Sound League 3A victory.
The brash, young, offense-based, yet exciting Sumner High fastpitch gang came into the West Central District 3A fastpitch tournament at Sprinker Recreation Center in Parkland, Wash., with a chip on its shoulder and a great deal to prove.
Interwest Development Northwest wants to become acquainted with the people on the Plateau. The Buckley-based company will host a public open house from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12.
Enumclaw High baseball coach Eric Fiedler has the majority of last year's squad – which finished third in last year's Class 3A state tournament – back as seniors for the coming 2011 campaign.
It’s said that good things come in small packages and that may be the case at Europa, a tiny, new take-out eatery on the corner of Porter Street and McHugh Avenue in Enumclaw.
A Enumclaw boys basketball squad appears to be improving and heading in the right direction as it gets more experience.
Inclement weather postponed the West Central District III fastpitch tournament at Spanaway’s puddle-ridden Sprinker Recreation Center last weekend, but the event was rescheduled for Monday and Tuesday.
After a half-decade of negotiating with Puget Sound Energy for 32 acres and millions of dollars worth of scenic property along the White River, an agreement was finally struck between PSE and the city of Buckley.
Enumclaw High's baseball squad, which had already clinched the South Puget Sound League 3A title, played just one game last week, losing 8-3 Friday to Auburn Mountainview.
Talk about your work being cut out for you.
Occasionally, good things really do come in small packages. There is a small skateboard shop in Buckley at 729 1/2 Main Street, directly behind Klips By Kim and just down the alley from the Buckley police station.
Sumner High coach John Welker admits that his crew is playing some solid baseball.
Enumclaw High’s baseball squad is still perched at the top of the South Puget Sound League 3A standings with a 5-1 league record after hosting and clobbering Peninsula 9-2.
The Sumner Spartans lost the only game they played last week when they traveled to White River Friday for a make-up South Puget Sound League 3A game that had originally been slated for May 5, but was postponed due to weather.
When the White River High volleyball squad lost its first match in the Class 2A state volleyball tournament Friday, the team realized it could not… Continue reading
The White River High baseball squad made hay while the sun was shining Saturday, hosting Class 4A Bethel High and trouncing the Braves 11-1 in the Hornets’ initial contest of the 2009 campaign.
After clinching a berth in the Class 3A state baseball tournament by trimming North Kitsap May 11, Enumclaw High engaged in the West Central District seeding tournament at Auburn Mountainview and were blanked by Highline’s Pirates 15-0.
The White River High boys basketball squad used the holiday break to sharpen its skills in preparation for the balance of its South Puget Sound League 2A campaign, which reconvenes when it hosts Washington at 7 p.m. Tuesday.