Hornets win 3 of 4 tennis matches

The Enumclaw High boys had a busy week of tennis, playing four matches in four days last week.

  • Wednesday, October 4, 2017 10:45am
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Brennan Gallagher faces the Raven’s No. 2 singles player. Photo by Kevin Hanson.

The Enumclaw High boys had a busy week of tennis, playing four matches in four days last week.

At left, the Hornets’ Brennan Gallagher battles in No. 2 singles against an Auburn Riverside foe during a Sept. 27 contest.

Enumclaw fell 4-1 to the Ravens but turned things around the following day and defeated Auburn Mountainview by the same margin.

The Hornets now stand in 4th place in the NPSL 4A standings with 6-5 league and overall.

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