Enumclaw High hoop teams sweep Auburn Mountainview

With playoff fever in the air, the Enumclaw High boys and girls basketball teams chalked up wins Friday against Auburn Mountainview.

With playoff fever in the air, the Enumclaw High boys and girls basketball teams chalked up wins Friday against Auburn Mountainview.

• The girls took the Lions on the road 43-40 maintaining a tie for first with Lakes at 5-1 in the South Puget Sound League 3A.

The Hornets played Lakes at home Tuesday after press deadline.

In the Lions’ game, Calli Remitz lead the EHS scoring with 12 points and Nadine Huff added 10.

Hannah Calvert hit for six and Julia Myers added five.

• The boys team beat Auburn Mountainview 54-52 in a battle to the wire Friday at home on Hall of Fame night.

Dressed in Enumclaw Tigers uniforms from 1930s and ‘40s, the  Hornets improved to 4-2 in the South Puget Sound League 3A, tying the Lakes Lions for second. Lakes holds the top spot with a 5-1 record.

Leading the scoring for Enumclaw was Tony Chynoweth with 19 points. Perry Rockwood connected for 12 and Drake Rademacher had 10.

Enumclaw was on the road at Lakes Tuesday.

During halftime of Friday’s boys game, 1998 EHS girls basketball team was inducted into the school’s athletic Hall of Fame.

 

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