Enumclaw coach Shawn Tobius and soccer team looking to improve on break-even ‘13 season

Shawn Tobius takes over the coaching reins for the Enumclaw boys soccer team after leading the girls team for the past six years.

Shawn Tobius  takes over the coaching reins for the Enumclaw boys soccer team after leading the girls team for the past six years.

The boys team is coming together and should be a force on the pitch in the South Puget Sound League 3A.

Last season the Hornets went 5-5 in league and 10-9 overall.

The team lost 12 seniors, but the team is loaded with talent.

A few of the top players on the team include seniors Chase Olson, Jorge Espinosa and Riley Thomas.

“We are slowing shaping up,” Tobius said. “We are a new team for the most part. The boys are adapting nicely to the new environment of a new head coach.”

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