All local football teams in action tonight: two at home, two on the road

Bonney Lake at Mount Tahoma 7 p.m., September 16 at Mount Tahoma (Tacoma) Enumclaw vs. Todd Beamer 7 p.m., September 16 at Enumclaw Expo Center Sumner vs. Curtis 7 p.m., September 16 at Sunset Chev Stadium (Sumner) White River at Foster 7 p.m., September 16 at Foster

FOOTBALL TONIGHT

Bonney Lake at Mount Tahoma

7 p.m., September 16 at Mount Tahoma (Tacoma)

Enumclaw vs. Todd Beamer

7 p.m., September 16 at Enumclaw Expo Center

Sumner vs. Curtis

7 p.m., September 16 at Sunset Chev Stadium (Sumner)

White River at Foster

7 p.m., September 16 at Foster

 

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