Enumclaw High School girls soccer team preview

The EHS girls soccer team is on the pitch looking to take the South Puget Sound League 3A title again.

The EHS girls soccer team is on the pitch looking to take the South Puget Sound League 3A title again.

Last year the team finished 13-6, winning the division.

For coach Shawn Tobias, in his sixth year on the sidelines, he said by email, “(I) expect this team to compete with each team that it faces.”

The Hornets have a solid core including sophomore Mia Fornelius at forward. Also at forward is Hannah Dahlquist, a senior.

Anchoring at defense is senior Courtney Bone.

Katie Craft, a junior, will be covering the net as goalie.

Enumclaw’s roster features seven seniors, five juniors and four sophomores.

Saturday Enumclaw hosted Wenatchee in a nonleague game losing Enumclaw 2-1.

Amber Dunlap scored at the 57 minute mark with an assist from Payton Hodgman.

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