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The Hornets stand at 5-0 in North Puget Sound League.
17 Spartan swimmers broke their own personal records.
Payton Stround and Claire DiCugno both placed first in their weight classes.
Hawk earned seven league coaching honors and, along the way, compiled a 276-95 record at Enumclaw.
Gabe Hawthorne, Nate Moore, Jack Ervien, and Max Wheeler all placed first in their weight classes, but they’re not the only ones who did well in the competition.
The Spartans and two Hornets all went to games over break.
This is the second year in a row “Clawsistency” has a shot at the world championship.
This is only the second year the sport has been offered at the school.
Let’s look back on the top 2018 sports stories on the Plateau.
White River, Sumner, and Bonney Lake High all have athletes leading in their weight classes.
Sumner-Bonney Lake also celebrated moving the bleachers from Bonney Lake High School to the middle school as well.
Three wrestlers also got individual championships for their weight class.
The track competition is in Queensland, Australia.
They could make it 62 wins if they beat the league second-placer, Franklin Pierce, this week.
Jack Ervien, Gabe Hawthorne, and Weston Lyver all saw good wins.
From Eastern Washington to the Dakotas, former Sumner High School student athletes are making names for themselves while continuing their education.
The Panthers wrestling team is looking to be the top school in the Tacoma Dome this year.
Two White River competitors came away with placing first in their weight class.
White River’s boys wrestling is now full of experienced seniors, and an Enumclaw swimmer is looking to make another splash this year.
Meanwhile, the boys are aiming to reverse their win-loss record from last year and make it to districts.