Enumclaw High debuts website dedicated to Hornet athletics
Looking for a way to keep in touch with the community and celebrate its student-athletes, Enumclaw High School has launched a website dedicated to the world of Hornet sports.
Fans and followers of EHS athletics can now get their fill at www.enumclawathletics.com.
“In response to the growing desire of our families and fans to access more information electronically we partnered with 5 Star Sports to produce an easily accessible and professional website,” EHS Athletic Director Phil Engebretsen wrote in an email.
The site will eventually include team rosters, biographies, calendars, schedules, forms and important links. One click will take viewers to www.spslathletics.com, the popular home for scores and standings from both the 3A and 2A divisions of the South Puget Sound League.
A great selling point for the new website is that it came absolutely free. Engebretsen explained that 5 Star Sports, the company that produces the Hornets’ athletic calendars, made the site available; the only obligation on the school’s part is an agreement to keep it current.
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