Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Photo by Ray Miller-Still

EHS baseball, fastpitch enjoy sunny weather

The girls feel during an April 24 game, but the boys managed to stay ahead.

Last week’s sunshine allowed spring sports to keep plenty busy, including the Enumclaw High School baseball and softball programs.

Above, EHS senior Lauren Hanson makes a catch at first base, retiring Todd Beamer’s Nalika Lindsey during an April 24 game at the Boise Creek Sixplex. Despite their hard work, the Hornets fell 3-2.

Below is EHS’ Colton Willson being tagged at third be Auburn Mountainview’s Grant Harris during a game on the same night. The boys fared better than the girls, winning 3-2.

Photo by Rachel Ciampi, Auburn Reporter

Photo by Rachel Ciampi, Auburn Reporter

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