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The Enumclaw High swim and dive team opened the season in impressive fashion, routing Auburn 131-51 on Sept. 11. Competing at the Enumclaw Aquatic Center,… Continue reading
Many students on the Plateau and in the valley have a lot to look forward to in the near future.
The nonleague volleyball game ended with Enumclaw on top.
The Sumner Spartans fell to their Puyallup opponents 37-7.
Grab your furry friend’s leash and head out to Lake Wilderness Park on Sept. 29.
Kristian Burnstad was last seen alive on Feb. 7, 2017.
Both the Sumner Spartans and Enumclaw Hornets continued their hot starts, while the White River crew picked up their opening win of the campaign.
The Spartans head into another season on the soccer field, looking to build upon the successes of last year’s squad.
Enumclaw wants to remember: what was it like to live in 2018?
The Hornets return a handful of volleyball players from last year’s team that went undefeated during the regular season and placed fourth at the Class 2A state tournament.
Rob Gunderson graduated from the school in 1985 and noted some dramatic changes since he last roamed the halls.
Enumclaw High’s coaches, Jeff Jacobsen on the boys side and Tod Witzel for the girls, will see their troops in action for the first time this Saturday.
It might be time to take the next step for the Bonney Lake soccer team, a talented and battle-tested squad that advanced to last year’s Class 3A state tournament.
If the Spartans are to keep their steak of success rolling along, they will have to overcome some huge hits to the roster.
Last season’s team fell short of making the state playoffs, dropping a loser-out contest to River Ridge, and most of those Hornets were lost to graduation. It’s up to their replacements to take the next step.
The squad, again headed by coach Jason Silbaugh, is aiming to improve from last year’s 4-6 record.
The financial tale is an interesting one, according to City Administrator Chris Searcy.
The Enumclaw squad features a long list of proven talent, all coming together under the watchful eye of Mark Gunderson, last year’s North Puget Sound League 4A Coach of the Year.
Enumclaw part of the league’s shift to three divisions, White River has new league neighbor.
Racing may have been Kayse’s career, but his passion also lay in philanthropical work.