Enumclaw: Drake Rademacher 18, Josh Erickson 9, Scotty Garvin 8, Bryce Peterson 8, Zac Webb 5, Trey Rodarte 3, Erik Van Hulse 2, Jorge Espinoza 2.
Enumclaw boys swim team beat Decatur 134-45 in our first meet of the season.
The Rainier Plateau Junior Rugby Club was started in 2008 by Andy Ramsay. Ramsay is now the coach of the girls team along side Jeff Sprouse who coaches the boys.
White River coach Rich Valdez has high hopes for this season’s girls wrestling team, largely based on turnout.
Last season’s White River High boys wrestling team managed to crack the Top 10 at the Class 2A state wrestling tournament, with five Hornets qualifying for the big show at the Tacoma Dome.
The Enumclaw gymnastic team is on the road to take its third consecutive state championship.
Scheidt wrote that, “This year the Muckleshoot Tribal School is making their debut in girls wrestling. The Kings have six girls turning out for the first time.”
The Enumclaw girls wrestling team has nine athletes. The team has won the South Puget Sound League championship for two consecutive years and took 14th at the state tournament.
The Enumclaw High wrestling team returns to the mat for the 2013 season with high hopes.
The Enumclaw Hornets battled White River to the final buzzer to pull out the victory 65-63 at White River High.
Keenan Fagan took top honors when South Puget Sound League 2A all-league teams were named, chosen as the Most Valuable Player in a vote of league coaches. The Hornet senior was one of three first-team running backs and among the four first-team defensive backs; he also was an honorable mention pick as a kick returner.
Local MMA fighter Tyson Cunningham will make his return to the cage Saturday, looking for the same type of success he found in his professional debut.
The Enumclaw boys are back on the hardwood as the South Puget Sound League 3A hoop season gets under way.
In the season opener for both teams, the White River High girls defeated the host Enumclaw Hornets 52-36 Tuesday evening.
White River High football team will remember posting eight victories, a district win and a triumph in the opening round of the state playoffs that propelled them into the Class 2A’s Elite Eight.
Members of this year’s White River High football team will remember posting eight victories, a district win and a triumph in the opening round of the state playoffs that propelled them into the Class 2A’s Elite Eight.
The White River Hornets play the Tumwater Thunderbirds at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23 at Orting Stadium in the quarterfinals of the state championship.
Thirteen Hornets were recognized when league coaches made their postseason picks. Heading the all-league list were a pair of first-team performers, offensive lineman Sam Fisher and linebacker Mauricio Portillo. Both are seniors.
Jeremy McCleary's professional boxing debut was a successful one, as the White River High product fought his way to a unanimous decision in a four-round bout.
The White River Hornets have blazed into the state’s Elite Eight and will be looking for a berth in the state quarterfinals when they line up Saturday afternoon against powerful Tumwater.