Enumclaw water polo wins three at tournament

The Enumclaw High girls won three of four games during Saturday's water polo tournament at Auburn.

  • Tuesday, May 3, 2016 4:25pm
  • Sports

The Enumclaw High girls won three of four games during Saturday’s water polo tournament at Auburn.

The Hornets beat host Auburn High twice, 4-0 and 6-2, and also defeated Puyallup 9-0. The lone loss for EHS was an 8-7 setback at the hands of Bainbridge Island.

On the day, Grace led Enumclaw with eight goals. Also in the scoring column were Brandi Meneghini with five; Grace Munnell, five; Emilie Weyer, three; Anna Davenport, two; Grace Sales, two; and Hannah Simurdak, one.

The Hornets are 15-5 overall in regular-season play, with six games remaining before the regional tournament. Enumclaw faced Auburn on Tuesday and takes on Auburn Mountainview Thursday. The Hornets are 7-0 in East Division play.

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