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Enumclaw traveled to Vancouver, Wash., Friday night and jumped back on the winning track, beating Heritage High 54-35.

Enumclaw traveled to Vancouver, Wash., Friday night and jumped back on the winning track, beating Heritage High 54-35.

The Hornets’ overall record stands at 2-1 and the team has not yet played a South Puget Sound League 3A game. The first league game is scheduled for Sept. 28 at home against Auburn Mountainview.

Next up for the Hornets is a 7 p.m. game Friday at home against Skyview.

Against Heritage, Enumclaw came out of the blocks on fire in the first quarter scoring 20 points. In the second quarter the Hornets posted eight, then added seven more in the third. The fourth quarter Enumclaw scored 19.

Mauricio Portillo crossed the goal line for rushing touchdowns six times. Cameron Strecker scored one on the ground and Bryson Grant scored on a 17-yard pass play.

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