Busy day for Enumclaw, White River athletes | TUESDAY PREP SPORTS

GIRLS SOCCER White River 9, Washington 0 September 20 at White River White River goals: Chloe Narolski 2:00 (Grace Clapshaw assist); Clapshaw 3:00 (Narolski); Haylee Gunter 4:00 (Zoe Grimm); Annabelle Hall 8:00 (Grimm); Grimm 14:00 (Hall); Emma Robbins 37:00 (Alex Hatley); Gunter 49:00 (Hall); Washington own goal 69:00; Narolski 70:00 (Chloe Anastasi)

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GIRLS SOCCER

White River 9, Washington 0

September 20 at White River

White River goals: Chloe Narolski 2:00 (Grace Clapshaw assist); Clapshaw 3:00 (Narolski); Haylee Gunter 4:00 (Zoe Grimm); Annabelle Hall 8:00 (Grimm); Grimm 14:00 (Hall); Emma Robbins 37:00 (Alex Hatley); Gunter 49:00 (Hall); Washington own goal 69:00; Narolski 70:00 (Chloe Anastasi)

Shutout: Ally Glebe, Katelyn Kelly.

Wxxxxx record: 3-0-1 league, 4-0-2 overall.

Enumclaw 1, Todd Beamer 1

September 20

Enumclaw goal: Sydney Gwerder 11:00.

Enumclaw record: 1-1-1 league, 1-3-1 overall.

VOLLEYBALL

White River 3, Franklin Pierce 0

25-11, 25-10, 25-10

September 20 at White River

White River: Hannah Nelson 8 aces; Hope Baldyga 23 assists, 3 aces; Keegan Strobeck 10 kills; Kendall Bird 8 kills; Megan Vandegrift 19 digs.

White River record: 3-0 league, 4-0 overall.

BOYS TENNIS

Enumclaw 5, Federal Way 0

September 20 at Enumclaw

No. 1 singles: Derek Thomson (E) def. Ethan Truong (FW) 6-1, 6-2. No. 2 singles: Easton Tandecki (E) def. Diamond Singh (FW) 6-0, 6-0.

No. 1 doubles Kenny Herbst/Tyler Miller (E) def. Philip Blake / Jin Ha (FW) 6-2, 6-2. No. 2 doubles: FW forfeits. No. 3 doubles: FW forfeits.

Enumclaw record: 5-1 league, 6-1 overall.

BOYS GOLF

White River 49, Franklin Pierce 36

September 20 at Brookdale Golf Course

White River: Cooper Franklin 37, Blake Coogan 43, Joe Flanigan 44, Brock Keller 48, Erik Schultz 49, Drew Thompson 51.

Medalist: Franklin (WR) 37.

White River record: 2-0 league and overall.




 

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