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The Enumclaw High water polo team has rolled to a strong start, winning eight of 10 games including a 5-1 mark in league play.
Competitive karate has taught Eliana Munden many things, but none more important than discipline and control.
Among local schools, the beginning of the baseball and fastpitch season has been marked by two things – drizzly weather and great pitching.
Hunter Haney, who wrestled his way to a state championship while at Enumclaw High School, continues to shine as a member of the Washington State University team.
The numbers speak for themselves: 28 years of coaching, 724 games on the bench and 516 career victories, resulting in a .713 winning percentage.
There’s a new hand at the helm of the White River High boys soccer program, as T.J. Suek has replaced longtime coach Russ DeFord, who moved from the area.
The girls track team return to track and field games after a victorious season last year, having been the co-champions of their league, third at the West Central District meet and fifth overall at state.
The Enumclaw boys and girls track and field team is ready for another season of competition.
The Panthers tennis team looks to be packing some serious veteran power, with more than half of the team returning to the courts.
The Enumclaw Hornets fastpitch team will open another season March 15, and another drive for the state championship. The Hornets have been one of the premier fastpitch programs in the state.
The Sumner Spartans are looking to come out of the batting cage swinging and make their way to another Final Four state baseball appearance.
The White River High baseball team – for the first time in many years – has a new hand on the wheel.
The Bonney Lake Panthers look to be in a great position to start out strong this year, with most of team being varsity returners from last year.
The state Class 4A basketball tournament was a three-game affair for the Enumclaw High Hornets, who fell a victory shy of playing for a trophy in the Tacoma Dame.
The White River High girls found themselves on familiar turf last week, collecting hardware at the close of the Class 2A basketball tournament.
Hornets win first and lose two at Tacoma Dome.
Sumner High product Jamie Lange has certainly made her presence known at the University of Puget Sound.
The White River girls and Enumclaw High boys are the only local basketball teams still standing, each headed this week to their respective state tournaments.
The Hornets beat Washougal 63-53 in a foul-heavy game.
The highly-regarded Hornet girls certainly didn’t disappoint, sweeping two contests to emerge as the West Central District champion.