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The bulk of the track and field team are newcomers.
The boys soccer team is looking to improve on their 3-12-1 record last year.
The girls track and field team has several veterans returning.
Also, this is the first year the Hornets will have their own lacrosse team.
Students from all four area high schools are ready for the next level.
The baseball team may have been hit hard with graduation.
Both the softball and baseball teams have talent to draw from.
Don’t forget to head to the Battle of the Bridge game this Friday against White River.
The girls’ team are the defending state champions this year.
Make sure to grab a Housewife Hotdog while at the game this Friday.
They lost their last game of the season by just one point.
Their first game is tonight, Feb. 28, against Port Angeles.
Athletes from Bonney Lake, Enumclaw, and Sumner also competed.
SB 5238 requires University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center to compile research data
Hornets Erin McGinnes and Chylye Schillen and Panthers Hayley Ryan, Jasmine McQueen, Lara Ceccoli, Serena Chun and Evelyn Hradil recently attended the West Central District 2A/3A tournament.
Nikolas Schwendeman, Jack Budinich, and Ben Hauswirth each earned a medal or two.
The tournament begins Feb. 27.
Payton Stroud, one of the top woman wrestlers in the country, came away once again with the championship.
With the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association forcing White River and Enumclaw high schools to split their lacrosse club, EHS will have its own this spring.
With a break in the winter weather Wednesday, the Sumner Spartans and Kentwood Conquerors were able to face off in a loser out game. Sumner… Continue reading