EHS VOLLEYBALL: Hornets slam down two out of three victories

Enumclaw couldn’t quite pull off a clean sweep last week, beating Tahoma and Peninsula 3-2 before losing to the undefeated Bonney Lake Panthers in straight sets, 25-22, 25-19 and 25-22.

Enumclaw couldn’t quite pull off a clean sweep last week, beating Tahoma and Peninsula 3-2 before losing to the undefeated Bonney Lake Panthers in straight sets, 25-22, 25-19 and 25-22.

Bonney Lake had to earn every point against its stingy host though, as a couple of times it looked as if the Panthers were in jeopardy of actually losing a set.

“I was really happy with the way we played Bonney Lake, but we occasionally had holes in our blocking,” said EHS coach Jackie Carel, who watched her squad fall to 3-2 in league action with the setback to BLHS and drop to 6-3 overall.

Standing out statistically for the Hornets against BLHS were Molly Colyer, Julia Myers and Danielle Saltarelli, all with six kills.

As the regular season begins to draw to a close, only a handful of encounters remain on the SPSL 3A slate. Enumclaw hosted Decatur Monday and will head to Auburn Mountainview tonight, Wednesday, to battle a top-notch Lion crew.

 

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