EHS GIRLS TENNIS: Four matches, four wins for EHS

The Hornets kicked off with a 4-1 victory over Auburn Mountainview April 19 and kept the wins coming, defeating Lakes 5-0 April 20, Peninsula 5-0 Thursday and Bonney Lake 4-1 Friday.

It was four matches in four days with four wins for the Enumclaw High girls tennis team.

The Hornets kicked off with a 4-1 victory over Auburn Mountainview April 19 and kept the wins coming, defeating Lakes 5-0 April 20, Peninsula 5-0 Thursday and Bonney Lake 4-1 Friday.

In the 15 games, Enumclaw won 13.

“We played pretty well,” coach Rick Carel said. “We’re psyched up to move on.”

The Hornets, 11-1 in league, are hoping to finish the season, weather permitting, and head into the league tournament, which has not yet been determined, with an eye on district play in Tacoma May 18-21.

During the Hornets’ win over Bonney Lake Friday, Alex Putman won her singles match 6-0, 6-1.

Gina Sanders and Bedda Johnson won 6-3, 6-2. Katie Holland and Hannah Smith paired up to win the opening set 6-3, dropped the second set 7-6, and rallied to win the third 7-5. Kayla Zilbauer and Rachel Norling won 6-2, 6-3.

Hornet Rachel Holley played the Panthers’ Alise McCoy tough, dropping a 7-5, 6-2 contest.

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