Enumclaw Hornets play University High in Spokane Valley in state regional tournament | Boys Basketball
The Enumclaw Hornets boys basketball team took the sixth place in the West Central District boys basketball tournament beating Mountain View 54-50 Saturday at Clover Park with the state regional tournament next on the schedule.
The Hornets will play 6 p.m. Saturday at University High in Spokane Valley against University.
In the Mountain View game the leading the scoring for the Enumclaw boys was Tony Chynoweth with 16, followed by Drake Rademacher with 13. Both Jr Condon and Perry Rockwood each added 10.
The Hornets started the tournament with a win 62-40 win over Vancouver.
Chynoweth hit 20 in that game. Bryce Peterson scored 16, Rademacher 13 and Condon 8.
Enumclaw lost to Lincoln 68-49 Friday at Franklin Pierce.
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