Enumclaw nipping at White River’s heels

Enumclaw High’s track and field teams found mixed success Thursday afternoon in double-dual South Puget Sound League 3A competition.

Enumclaw High’s track and field teams found mixed success Thursday afternoon in double-dual South Puget Sound League 3A competition.

The Hornet boys defeated Bonney Lake 76-68 but fell to Peninsula High 80-65. The EHS girls slipped past Bonney Lake 80-70 while losing to Peninsula 76-74.

The EHS received winning performances from Abe Kellogg in both the 110- and 300-meter hurdles; Darek Goch in the 100 meter dash; Larry Calvert in the 1,600 meters; and Cliff Newman in the pole vault.

The Enumclaw girls were paced by first-place finishes by Stephanie Jones in the 110-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles and triple jump. Other Hornets girls picking up individual victories were Stephanie Schreiner in the 400 meters and the long jump; and Emily Eilertson in the 800 meters.

The Enumclaw crew completes its regular season with a road meet Thursday afternoon against Auburn Mountainview and host White River. Subdistrict competition will be May 14 and 16 at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner, the district meet is set for May 22-23 at Mount Tahoma High in Tacoma and the state meet will be on May 29-30, also at Mount Tahoma.

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