EHS still looking for victory | Football

The Hornets sit in second to last place in the SPSL 3A with a 0-3 conference record and 1-4 overall record. Enumclaw’s latest loss came Thursday against the Auburn Trojans.

Enumclaw lost to the Auburn Trojans 37-49.

The Hornets sit in second to last place in the SPSL 3A with a 0-3 conference record and 1-4 overall record.

Enumclaw’s latest loss came Thursday against the Auburn Trojans.

The Hornets came close but lost 49-37.

After the Trojans scored first, Enumclaw tied the game at seven in the first quarter after a 2-yard touchdown run by Connor Pierce.

Adding to its score, the Hornets scored on a Scotty Garvin 49-yard pass to Jordan Johnson.

The Hornets missed the point after and entered halftime trailing 21-13.

Auburn came out of the half, scoring another seven quickly.

Enumclaw answered with a 54 yard run by Pierce.

The Hornets scored one more time in the third quarter with a 10 yard pass from Garvin to Christian Wakefield.

Entering the last quarter of the game, the Hornets were down 10, 35-25.

Each team scored two more times in the fourth.

Enumclaw’s scores can off a six-yard Pierce run with a successful quarterback keeper two point conversion.

The Hornets’ final score was a Garvin quarterback keeper.

Enumclaw went for two again but this time were unsuccessful.

Garvin was 11 for 16 for 213 yards and two passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown.

 

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