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It might be time to take the next step for the Bonney Lake soccer team, a talented and battle-tested squad that advanced to last year’s Class 3A state tournament.
If the Spartans are to keep their steak of success rolling along, they will have to overcome some huge hits to the roster.
Last season’s team fell short of making the state playoffs, dropping a loser-out contest to River Ridge, and most of those Hornets were lost to graduation. It’s up to their replacements to take the next step.
The squad, again headed by coach Jason Silbaugh, is aiming to improve from last year’s 4-6 record.
The Enumclaw squad features a long list of proven talent, all coming together under the watchful eye of Mark Gunderson, last year’s North Puget Sound League 4A Coach of the Year.
Enumclaw part of the league’s shift to three divisions, White River has new league neighbor.
This was the third year the EHS track team worked to improve the trail at Nolte State Park.
Melanie died in 2013, but family and friends continue to organize the annual Melanie Christianson Memorial Race to honor her legacy.
“The Teenage Dream” is currently undefeated, sitting on a 6-0 proffesional record.
The annual pickup basketball game during Enumclaw’s Street Fair has grown in size considerably.
Scott Usborne recently went from Mira Mesa to Auburn High, finally landing in Enumclaw.
Several Panthers and Hornets took to the mats at the USMC Cadet and Junior Nationals in July.
A stalwart of defense, Aleea Gwerder helped the Sounders Women take the Jerry Zanelli Cup.
She was ranked in the top 10 back in February, but seems she won’t stop until she’s on top.
The Hornet Team recently helped with the Miner’s Day 5K run in Black Diamond, and will be moving on to other projects later this summer.
The former Bonney Lake Panther was drafted after one season at Oral Roberts University, where he managed an impressive average of 11.64 strikeouts per nine innings.
The former Panthers are ready to hit the next level of baseball.
The entry fee is $60 per team in the youth/high school divisions and $70 in the men’s, women’s, family and business divisions.
The SHS graduate will soon start diving for the University of Arizona.
Several Hornets earned their second Pacific Northwest Individual Championship awards.