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The 2017 Panther soccer squad is stocked with talent, sparked by the dynamic Kaylee Coatney.
If experience leads to success, tennis coach Brandon Walker could see some good things from this year’s boys tennis team.
Bonney Lake High’s football team might have some big holes to fill, but there are plenty of athletes – both returnees and varsity newcomers – just looking for an opportunity to shine.
As the White River Hornets kick off the 2017 football campaign, they’ll look to continue the momentum built during the final four weeks of last season.
The scramble format tournament – sponsored by Fugate Ford – will take place on Sept. 22, with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The cost of the tournament is $100 and includes breakfast, box lunch, on-course vendors and games, and a post-round awards ceremony at 3:30 p.m.
This year’s Sumner High football roster is dotted with familiar names, talented players who took the Spartans to great heights a season ago.
Coming off a break-even season that included an appearance in the Class 4A state playoffs, the Enumclaw High Hornets are looking for even more during the upcoming season.
The Enumclaw High School cross country team joined state park employees on Aug. 17 to spread about 18 yards of crushed rock around the trail in order to prevent erosion and improve the surface.
The Throwback Classic, a flag-football tussle matching current White River High players against a dads and grads squad, is set for the evening of Aug. 25,
Kash Koltermann was a standout for the Bonney Lake High baseball team, became an ace of the Bellevue College staff and will continue his collegiate baseball career in paradise.
The 4-year-old California-bred colt by Private Gold out of Dances on Water took the lead out of the third post position before settling in second off the leader, Dedicated to You, in the first quarter mile, which ran at 22.4 seconds.
Jenelle Delfino has taken the world of archery by storm.
51st summer auction of the most promising yearlings from the region.
A group of White River High basketball players have logged plenty of miles and enjoyed abundant success this summer, capturing tournament titles in Hawaii and California.
The second Street Fair 3-on-3 basketball tournament concluded Friday afternoon with a handful of teams walking away with championship honors.
Last month, Noelle Toro-Strickling competed in her second USA Weightlifting Youth Nationals championship. She not only secured gold in three events but broke a US record as well.
There’s a construction zone behind White River High School – complete with materials and heavy equipment – and the area will continue to be a beehive of activity until the dawn of the fall sports season.
The event presents polo as a sport, fashion and lifestyle, combined into an all-day affair. Highlights include two polo games, a halftime show and divot stomp, a wooden horse demo, an awards ceremony, fashion shows and a women’s hat parade and contest.
Enumclaw’s Kasey Kahne charged his way to Victory Lane, taking the checkered flag Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Teagan Eldridge and Nick Phillips, area soccer standouts, are heading to Lone Star country to compete on the national stage.
A pair of prep athletes with ties to the local area will pack up their football talents and head to Newberg, Ore., where they will take the field for George Fox University.
San Diego has been kind to the girls of the White River High basketball program, but this summer was special.
Mach One Rules made it two straight stakes wins
On July 8 and 9 polo players from all over Washington, Oregon,…
Grant Townsend took his arsenal of pitches from the Bonney Lake High…
For the fourth year in a row, Billy Clinkingbeard walked off with All-Around Logger honors. The Buckley native won five events to grab this year’s trophy.
Each year, the Junior Log Show kicks off Log Show festivities, drawing competitors, family and friends to the Log Show Grounds in Buckley.
The Enumclaw High equestrian team capped an outstanding season by sending 18 athletes to an annual competition against the best the state of Oregon had to offer.
Check out what honors your local Spartans, Panthers and Hornets earned this year.
Bonney Lake, Sumner, Enumclaw and White River high schools are competed in last weekend’s state track and field meet. For two days, athletes ran, jumped, pole-vaulted and sweated to the top.
Out of the fifteen athletes from four area high schools traveled east last week to compete in state golf tournaments, five survived the first-round cut and, in the end, Enumclaw’s Matt Hodgman emerged with a Top 10 finish.
Sumner’s Lancaster earns second state tennis championship; track titles go to Panther’s Cody Miller and Dreakeanna Adair, Sumner’s Rhaven Dean.
The Enumclaw High water polo team qualified for the upcoming state tournament with a fourth-place finish at last weekend’s Region I tourney.
Sumner High will be well represented this weekend when the state’s best prep tennis players take the courts.
The Sumner High boys soccer team traveled 300 miles only to find the end of the road.
Golfers from all four local high schools teed off this week against the best the Evergreen State has to offer.
The Bonney Lake and Sumner High baseball teams advanced to the state’s Sweet 16 but each found the competition too tough during the regional round of state play.
Track and field athletes from all four local high schools will join the springtime extravaganza this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, competing in the state championships.
A trio of Plateau fastpitch teams participated in weekend district tournaments and two kept their postseason dreams alive.
With just a single blemish on an otherwise perfect season, the Panthers open West Central/Southwest District tournament play today.
Track and field athletes from throughout the regional, both boys and girls, will be competing this week in West Central District meets.
The Enumclaw High School water polo team is putting the playoff touches on another impressive season.
The Sumner Spartans were the only local school still standing as Washington prep soccer headed into state tournament play.
The Panthers had known for some time they would compete in the 3A Sweet 16, having won a pair of West Central/Southwest District games on May 6.
The White River High powerlifting team continued to perform well of the state’s biggest stage.
The Enumclaw High School track and field teams – both boys and girls – have been named state academic champions for the spring sports season.
Golfers from all four local high schools will cross the Cascades later this month to play their state tournament rounds. And while some have already punched their state tickets, others have a last chance at playing their way into the state field.