EHS senior captain Emilie Weyer mounts a counterattack during a game earlier this season. Photo courtesy Doug and Mel Hall.

Hornets move on as No. 1

The Enumclaw High girls water polo team, having already clinched a third straight East Division title, went 3-1 during the weekend’s Auburn School mDistrict Tournament.

The Enumclaw High girls water polo team, having already clinched a third straight East Division title, went 3-1 during the weekend’s Auburn School mDistrict Tournament.

Friday, the Hornets opened tourney play with a 4-2 loss to Puyallup, before beating Auburn Riverside 11-3.

Enumclaw won two games on Saturday, beating Tahoma 11-3 and Auburn 6-3.

Goals against Puyallup came from Grace Munnel and Emilie Weyer.

Against Auburn Riverside, Jordan Lawson, Caitlyn Schuler, Grace Munnell and Grace Rich scored two goals each while Emilie Weyer, Tessa Valison and Kenzie Invie-Johnson added one apiece.

During Saturday’s victories, Weyer scored four goals, Munnell had five and Valison added three to lead the way.

The Hornets are 8-1 in league play, 16-5 overall, and have three games remaining.

Enumclaw traveled to Renton’s Lindbergh High School on Tuesday to face Kentridge in their final league game of the season.

Thursday, the Hornets travel to Port Orchard for a 4 p.m. game against South Kitsap.

The team wraps up the regular season May 16 with a home game against Tahoma at 7:30 p.m.

Enumclaw enters the Region I Tournament as the East Division’s No. 1 seed and will face the North Division’s No. 4 team at 6:45 p.m. May 19 at Rogers High School.

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