EHS qualifies 22 riders for state meet in Moses Lake

Rylee Geddes and Lindsay Sogge also broke a district record at the last meet.

EHS equestrians Lindsay Sogge and Rylee Geddes, on horseback, celebrate breaking the District 3 birangle record. Joining them is gaming coach Elly Burrill. SUBMITTED PHOTO

EHS equestrians Lindsay Sogge and Rylee Geddes, on horseback, celebrate breaking the District 3 birangle record. Joining them is gaming coach Elly Burrill. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Enumclaw High School equestrians completed another successful season, which culminated with 22 riders qualifying for this week’s state competition.

They will join their peers from around the state for the Washington High School Equestrian Teams showdown, slated for May 17-20 at the Grant County Fairgrounds in Moses Lake.

The EHS contingent will be featured in more than 10 events at state.

Making the Moses Lake trip are Kristine Bremmeyer, Kayla Brock, Kylee Brutsche, Sophia Collins, Miesa Floyd, Trinity Forristall, Rylee Geddes, Sarah Haley, Madison Hayes, Daniela Iacopi, Ashley Jerke, Morgan Kelly, Grace LeSueur, Shaylin Maki, Vanessa Sanders, Emma Schmidt, Savannah Silliman, Rachel Sogge, Lindsay Sogge, Hannah Thom, Eden Tingvall and Makayla Watterson.

In addition, a trio of Enumclaw High equestrians – Lexie Powers, Celena Bishop and Sidney Stratton – qualified as state alternates.

During the final meet of the season, Enumclaw’s Sogge and Geddes broke the district record in birangle.

The Enumclaw High School equestrian team. Submitted photo

The Enumclaw High School equestrian team. Submitted photo

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