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First-year coach Tom Ostrander said the girls are “playing great right now. I’m pretty lucky to get this group. They are working extraordinarily hard.”
Ostrander has a young team with two seniors, six juniors and three sophomores.Former EHS coach takes over BLHS hoop helm
“This is a tremendous group of kids,” Hofstrand said. “I wasn’t expecting to (be head) coach again, but I coached these kids when they were freshman.”
Hofstrand took over as Panther coach when Brett McDaniel accepted the Sumner High basketball coaching job.Schedules
When the Hornet girls finally made it to the promised land they did not see any easy path, as they were pulverized by a hot-shooting Kamiakin High and Lakeside.
But that was last year, and Enumclaw will not be enjoying the services of the eight seniors it lost to graduation. It will not have the inspirational defensive play and aggressive offense of Katya Case, the 3-point bombs by Caitlin Clyde or the savage rebounding of Mileka Grager.Hornets look to defend league title
“We did well last year,” said Bettencourt, who as a last-minute replacement and first-year coach last season took the Hornets to their second straight undefeated season, team title and a repeat as the league meet champions. “We have a lot of experienced swimmers on the team that should do very well.”
If she has any concern it’s the league realignment. During the fall, the South Puget Sound League 3A lost Auburn and Auburn Riverside, but gained formidable Peninsula, which earned an 18th-place team finish at state, and Lakes. Toss in those teams that stayed like Sumner, Bonney Lake and Auburn Mountainview, and the Hornets will need to be on their toes.Veterans will lead Lady Hornets into season
“We have a year of experience and it’s showing this week,” coach Jerry Scheidt said after an early practice. “We hope to advance some girls to the state tournament this year.”Classic will provide early test for White River squad
The Hornets traveled a rocky road a season ago, the first campaign under veteran coach Bill Hawk, who made his mark at nearby Enumclaw High before spending a few seasons outside the area.Veterans return to lead Hornets
Two days into turnouts, coach Joe Klein had eight Lady Hornets on the mat going drill-for-drill with their male counterparts in the school’s wrestling room.
Klein said he’s excited about the girls’ season and the growth of the program.