Enumclaw Hornets fall at Central Kitsap High | Prep Football

The Enumclaw High Hornets went on the road Friday and lost 35-14 to Central Kitsap High.

The Enumclaw High Hornets went on the road Friday and lost 35-14 to Central Kitsap High.

The nonleague contest brought the Hornets’ record to 1-1 after defeating White River last week at home 22-13.

Next up for the Hornets is Heritage High of Vancouver, also a nonleague game on the road.

Against Central Kitsap, Enumclaw scored in the first period on a 1-yard run by junior Mauricio Portillo.

The second touchdown was provided by senior Perry Rockwood on a 93-yard kickoff return.

Caleb Gweder converted the extra-point kick following both scores.

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