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He’ll be taking on the best of Oregon state on April 14.
Coming up next is the May 4 “May the Fourth Be With You” food truck wars.
Panther softball, White River softball and Sumner tennis are starting out with big wins.
Rush hour traffic between Enumclaw and Buckley is a drag. But a DOT project to modernize Buckley’s traffic lights could make smooth sailing of future trips.
The Sunshine State Conference Baseball Player of the Week award went to Bryce Peterson.
Girls water polo is looking to make 14th postseason games in a row.
The Bonney Lake senior will be defending her discus championship again this year.
$2.8 million was allotted in the state legislature’s capital budget this year to jumpstart the project, which is expected to be compete between 2020 and 2021.
Soccer and track also hoping to build on last year’s success.
Enumclaw’s Park Board will host a public meeting March 14 at City Hall.
Enumclaw fell to Lewis and Clark, but then picked the ball back up to beat out Curtis and Skyline.
The land is expected to be bought by King County, which plans to protect the forest and lake from urban sprawl.
New classrooms, science labs, an expanded commons, library and career center will be open by October, a couple of months faster than originally expected.
They read “Snowmen All Year” with first graders from Wilkeson Elementary.
The two Hornets teams could make it to the Final Four at state.
She’s ranked 10th in the nation in the 122-pound weight class.
Instead of 7:30 p.m. on Moondays, the council will now meet at 7 p.m. sharp.
Hornet Payton Shroud took second in the 120 pound weight class.
Enumclaw Hornets also take 5th and 12th.
Bonney Lake nabbed second, Enumclaw in 7th and Sumner finishes 13th.