EHS boys, girls earn Friday victories | EHS BASKETBALL

Both the Enumclaw High boys and girls basketball teams came out on top in nonleague games Friday.

Both the Enumclaw High boys and girls basketball teams came out on top in nonleague games Friday.

• The Hornet girls won 49-40 at Capital, improving their overall record to 2-3.

The team played Tyee Monday, past the press deadline. Results can be found at www.courierherald.com.

In the Capital game, Julia Myers scored 14 points and Katie Holland picked up 13. Nadine Huff hit for eight.

The Hornets beat Yelm at home 51-34 Dec. 4.

• The boys played a solid game against Tumwater, winning 60-49 at home.

Perry Rockwood led the offense with 19 points, Drake Rademacher added 12 with 16 rebounds and Junior Condon had 12.

Tony Chynoweth scored eight after injuring himself early in the game.

The senior guard was able to return in the second half, but coach Kellen Hall said he was held out of practice Saturday and would played only if needed Monday.

“The game was an improvement for us,” Hall said. “We’ve been focusing on giving a consistent effort throughout the game. In this game they did a better job.”

The boys played Tyee on the road Monday. Visit www.courierherald.com for results.

 

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