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Bonney Lake traveled to Enumclaw Tuesday to face the Hornets, winners of the SPSL crown last season. Scores were not available at press deadline.Enumclaw battered but stronger for competition
A pair of nonleague games – first against Auburn High and then Saturday against a touring squad from Post Falls, Idaho –provided just the ticket. And, while no one likes opening a season with two losses, Carlson believes his battle-tested team learned some important lessons during the defeats.
That theory was put to the test Tuesday night when the Hornet girls traveled to Bonney Lake to open the SPSL 3A season; results came too late to be included here. EHS continues its league campaign Friday, hosting Sumner, then slips back into the nonleague mode, hosting the Yelm Tornadoes Saturday evening.Lady Hornets earn three tournament crowns
Breanna Flaquinti won all three of her matches with first-round pins. In a three-way tie for first-place at the 171-pound division, Flaquinti shared the title with teammates Rose Johnson and Alicia McDougall.Sports Briefs
SHS coach Kimmie Marton was unable to field a full squad, as not all her gymnasts had met eligibility requirements.Bone leads with 12 points against 1A Cascade Christian High
Sumner lost at home to Cascade Christian 42-27 Saturday and beat Lincoln 15-10 in a mini-game Dec. 1 at Curtis High.
Against Cascade Christian Jordan Bone was the top scorer with 12 points.Spartans split pair to open
The Spartans beat Spanaway Lake 57-37 Dec. 2 and lost to Yelm 55-49 Friday, with both games on the SHS court.
Sumner played Yelm to a tie in the first quarter and took a 24-22 lead into the locker room at the half with some impressive perimeter shooting.Lady Hornets score opener payback
The White River High girls opened the basketball season Dec. 3 by exacting a bit of revenge on the visiting Tumwater Thunderbirds.
The tough T-birds defeated the Hornets the past two seasons and have made four straight trips to the Class 2A state tournament, but it was White River rolling to a decisive 62-44 victory this time around.Tornadoes down Hornets at buzzer
The White River High boy’s basketball team lost its first two games this season.
In its initial challenge, when it hosted Yelm Dec. 2, the improved Hornets seemed to be in command of the contest with only seconds remaining in the non-league season opener. A hot-handed Tornado shooter buried a basket from long range at the buzzer to seal the Hornet’s fate 43-42.Orr and Kilcup earn tourney crowns