EHS gymnasts second at home

The Enumclaw High gymnastics team placed a close second during a five-team home meet Dec. 14.

The Enumclaw High gymnastics team placed a close second during a five-team home meet Dec. 14.

The host Hornets finished with 147.5 team points, slightly trailing Mount Rainier, which finished with 149.65. Federal Way was third with 143.35, the small White River crew finished fourth, 58.95, and Kennedy Catholic wound up fifth with 52.65.

In all-around competition, Enumclaw’s Elise Dunning, a senior, was third. White River freshman Erin McGinnies was fourth and a pair of EHS gymnasts, sophomore Macie Bosik and freshman Leah Perry, placed fifth and eighth, respectively.

The meet was the second of the season for Enumclaw. On Dec. 7 the Hornets placed second behind host Kentlake, ahead of Thomas Jefferson and Kent-Meridian.

The squad is taking a break for the holidays and will resume action with a Jan. 4 meet at Auburn Mountainview. Also competing in the 7 p.m. meet will be Kentridge and Kentwood.

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