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Bonney Lake’s first two games of the spring were more reminiscent of a program that captured last season’s Class 3A state championship.
The bulk of the track and field team are newcomers.
Part of this idea included a pavilion for residents and visitors to be able to enjoy.
The boys soccer team is looking to improve on their 3-12-1 record last year.
In total, 9 Panthers are going to the international get-together.
The Enumclaw Expo Center, KCLS, Plateau Outreach Ministries, and the Chamber of Commerce were represented.
The girls track and field team has several veterans returning.
Also, this is the first year the Hornets will have their own lacrosse team.
Students from all four area high schools are ready for the next level.
The baseball team may have been hit hard with graduation.
Both the softball and baseball teams have talent to draw from.
The Enumclaw School District may be in session through June 25 to make up for the recent snow days.
Don’t forget to head to the Battle of the Bridge game this Friday against White River.
The girls’ team are the defending state champions this year.
They lost their last game of the season by just one point.
The local pool, state Route 410, and a downtown pavilion were each mentioned.
Their first game is tonight, Feb. 28, against Port Angeles.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued a formal biological opinion, requiring action that will save salmon and steelhead heading downstream on the Green.
Athletes from Bonney Lake, Enumclaw, and Sumner also competed.
Hornets Erin McGinnes and Chylye Schillen and Panthers Hayley Ryan, Jasmine McQueen, Lara Ceccoli, Serena Chun and Evelyn Hradil recently attended the West Central District 2A/3A tournament.