Enumclaw girls soccer takes a new look | Preview

Expect some new looks on the soccer field for the Hornet girls this system.

Coach Shawn Tobius said he plans to use a “more attacking system” with the team.

This season Enumclaw has good team speed, which allows for an offensive blitz and the ability to get back on defense.

Last year the team finished third in the South Puget Sound League 3A and won in the subdistricts, finally losing to Camas.

Emily Meeks will be an offensive threat from the opening whistle.  Jessica Snoen will anchor the defense at center.

Tobius said the team has been “training hard” and with many returning players the Hornets look to bring a big season to the pitch.

The first home game for the Hornets is 7 p.m. Thursday against White River.

Enumclaw was scheduled to play Wenatchee Saturday and Lindbergh Tuesday. Check the website, for results.

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