Basketball tournament results | Enumclaw & White River Basketball

Check out how the Hornet basketball teams did during their separate tournaments all across the state (and even out of state).

ENUMCLAW BOYS

The EHS squad had a successful tourney experience, winning two games at the Kennedy Christmas Classic, staged at Kennedy High School in Burien.

The Hornets opened with a tough 76-75 win over Seattle Academy and finished with a much easier 73-41 victory over the Washington Patriots.

On Day 2, four Enumclaw players landed in double figures, headed by Josh Erickson’s 16 points. Justus Rainwater added 13 and both Scotty Garvin and Griffin Webb scored 11.

ENUMCLAW GIRLS

The EHS squad spent three days in North Idaho, participating in the Viking Women’s Classic, hosted by Coeur d’Alene High.

The Hornets took the middle game, defeating the team from Lyle/Wishram 58-39, rolling to a comfortable 32-15 advantage after two quarters before coasting to the win.

Sandwiched around the victory were losses to a pair of Idaho teams. The tourney experience began with a loss to Sandpoint and concluded with a defeat at the hands of Post Falls.

WHITE RIVER BOYS

The Hornets headed east of the mountains for the two-day SunDome Shootout in Yakima.

White River finished on a high note, defeating La Center 48-41. The opener didn’t go quite as well for the Hornets, who lost 63-54 to Kings Way Christian.

Alex Wallen scored 15 points on Day 1 and Cameron Cawley led the team with 10 points against La Center.

WHITE RIVER GIRLS

The always-tough Hornet girls found tough times during a two-day excursion to Lynden Christian High School.

White River fell 57-49 to the host team on Dec. 29, then lost to Snohomish 53-37 the following day.

The Hornets’ Kendall Bird and Georgia Lavinder scored 10 points each against Snohomish.

 

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