Thanks to a pair of team titles, Enumclaw High School was named the fall all-sport champion of the South Puget Sound League’s Olympic Division. The Hornets bested seven other schools when overall placings were tallied.
The all-sport honor considers all nine fall sports, giving equal weight to each. A school gets eight points for a first-place finish, seven points for coming in second and so on. Points are divided equally when teams tie. Enumclaw received maximum points in both girls soccer and boys golf, where the Hornets topped the standings. The football team divided first- and second-place points after tying Auburn-Riverside for the Olympic title.
The all-sport championship came by virtue of performances across the athletic landscape. Each of Enumclaw’s fall teams finished in the top half of the league.
The remainder of the division, in all-sport order, was: Auburn Riverside, 56.5; Auburn Mountainview, 50.5; Thomas Jefferson, 39.5; Todd Beamer, 34; Federal Way, 33; Decatur, 26.5; and Auburn, 24. In the SPSL Cascade Division, Tahoma led the way with 64.5 points. The Bears took team championships in four of the fall’s nine sports.