Enumclaw wins second game against Riverside | Football

The Hornets won their second game in a row, beating Auburn Riverside 45-31 Friday. With the win, Enumclaw improved to 2-3 in league play and 3-4 overall.

The Hornets won their second game in a row, beating Auburn Riverside 45-31 Friday.

With the win, Enumclaw improved to 2-3 in league play and 3-4 overall.

The Ravens took a first quarter, 7-0 lead over the Hornets, but Enumclaw answered with a pair of touchdowns in the second quarter. Senior quarterback Scotty Garvin scored with a 44-yard pass and also scored on a 13-yard run.

After a Riverside field goal late in the second, the Hornets took a 14-10 lead into halftime.

Less than a minute into the third quarter the Hornets increased their lead thanks to a 3-yard run from senior running back Connor Pierce.

Another third quarter score, a 37-yard run by Pierce, increased Enumclaw’s lead. Following a pair of third quarter Raven touchdowns, Enumclaw’s lead was at three entering the final quarter of play.

The Hornets increased their lead to nine with a 3-yard touchdown run by Pierce.

The Ravens scored once more in the fourth on a kickoff return but it wasn’t enough to surpass the Hornets.

Enumclaw scored two more touchdowns before the game ended. The first was a 69-yard pass from Garvin to senior wide receiver Jordan Johnson and the final scoring drive of the game was a 41-yard run by Pierce.

The Hornets host the Lakes Lancers for Homecoming with kickoff set for 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23.


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