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An impressive list of area grapplers – both boys and girls – will be headed to the Tacoma Dome this weekend for Mat Classic XXIX, the state wrestling championships for all classifications. Action begins Friday and wraps up Saturday evening.
The White River High girls, who have made an annual habit of appearing in the state tournament, find themselves tourney-bound once again.
Enumclaw High senior Brie McClusky has committed to Green River College, where she will continue her academic and athletic careers.
The SPSL Mountain Division boys wrestling tournament belonged to White River, as the Hornets simply blew away the rest of the field.
Here are all the teams headings, or could be heading, to West Central District tournaments.
The White River High girls placed second Saturday at the Athena’s Pageant wrestling tournament at Auburn High School. With 107 team points, the Rivergirls trailed only Class 4A Rogers High School.
The curtain has dropped – or nearly dropped – on the regular hoop season, meaning most local basketball programs are gearing up for postseason play.
As one of the nation’s best Punt, Pass and Kick participants, Brynna Nixon found herself competing on the national stage last week – and winning.
As they head toward postseason competition, a handful of Bonney Lake swimmers have qualified for upcoming league and district meets – and diver Rafael Rodriguez has already secured a berth in the Class 3A state meet.
The White River High girls returned home with second-place honors from the 2017 Washington Dream Duals wrestling tournament.
A seismic shift has occurred in the world of Washington prep basketball, with the introduction of a rating system that will shape seedings into the state’s Sweet 16.
They came from all corners of the world to attend Sumner High School.
Having already proven herself in prestigious competition, Enumclaw’s Stephanie Helsen will take her equestrian abilities to the campus of Oklahoma State University.
Chris Gibson, veteran coach of the White River High School girls basketball program, recently posted his 500th career victory.
The Sumner Spartans have been fighting against the current, having yet to…
From the halls of Sumner High School to the Pro Bowl sidelines in Orlando, Fla. – that’s the path being traveled by a veteran Seattle Seahawks cheerleader.
The White River High hoop programs – both the boys and girls teams – remained perfect in league play the evening of Dec. 20.
By winning nine of 12 events, including a sweep of the three relays, Enumclaw High’s swimmers swamped the visiting Decatur Gators 105-69.
White River High was well-represented at the tough Tri-State Wrestling Tournament, with one Hornet taking championship honors and two others battling their way to the finals.
The Enumclaw High gymnastics team placed a close second during a five-team home meet Dec. 14.
The Hornets hosted their toughest early-season test Saturday and walked off the court victorious.
With a trio of state tournament veterans leading the charge, the White River girls wrestling team has hit the mats for the 2016-17 campaign.
The Enumclaw Hornets gymnastic team is ready for another stellar season.
While the Hornet boys were ringing up a 32-point victory over the Foster Bulldogs in Buckley, the Hornet girls registered a 38-point rout on Foster’s Tukwila campus.
With the Sumner gymnastics team taking their first meet win since 2013 last Wednesday, the girls are looking forward to an exciting season.
Enumclaw’s Quin Nearhood recently strolled the sidelines of CenturyLink Field and heard his name announced to a sellout crowd during halftime of a Seattle Seahawks’ Sunday afternoon game.
With the winter sports season off and running, it’s time to catch up with some area basketball players who have taken their talents to the collegiate level.
The annual Hornet-Hornet hoop battle brought a convincing win for the highly-regarded White River girls and a dramatic, final-shot victory for the Enumclaw boys.
The traditionally-tough White River girls basketball team has launched another campaign and, once again, coach Chris Gibson sees reason for optimism.
As the weather cools, high school sports take their action inside.
‘Tis the season for layups, free throws and three pointers.
The Enumclaw girls basketball team opened the season with a new coach and a mix of new and returning varsity athletes.
One Hall of Fame induction down, one still to come.
It’s said that all good things must come to an end – and that’s certainly true at Sumner High, where a remarkable football season was finished by the talented crew from Camas.
Few players have impacted a team the way Kaylee Coatney did this fall.
Bonney Lake’s exciting ride – which included a Pierce County League football title and nine victories – came to a crashing halt Saturday afternoon.
The No. 3-ranked Sumner Spartans charged into the Class 4A Final Four with a come-from-behind, 16-13 victory over the Woodinville Falcons.
Throughout Washington, only eight football teams are still in contention in each classification for a state title – and both Sumner and Bonney Lake high schools find themselves in that elite company.
The Hornets won twice on Friday and lost twice on Saturday to cap an impressive season.
The Sumner Spartans girls swim team cracked the Top 10 and grabbed a state diving championship.
The powerhouse White River girls cross country team, led by Courtney Gelmini, placed in the top 10 at the Class 2A state cross country championship after winning the district crown Nov. 12.
White river girls qualify in 2A, open state play against ridgefield
Sumner High improved to a perfect 10-0 on the season and advanced to the Class 4A state playoffs, all courtesy of a 47-14 pasting of Glacier Peak.
The highly-regarded Sumner Spartans kick off postseason play Friday night, taking on the Glacier Peak Grizzlies. As the higher-seeded team, Sumner hosts the affair. Action begins at 7:30 p.m. at Sunset Chev Stadium on the Sumner High campus.
A day that started with rain showers, ended up with sunny skies…
After a long two weeks of league and district swim and dive…
Reilly Nelson, a senior at Bonney Lake High School, will be taking his lacrosse talents to Colorado Mesa University.