Scores posted for local high schools | FRIDAY BASKETBALL

On a tough night for local high school basketball teams, only the Enumclaw High girls escape with a victory.

  • Saturday, December 19, 2015 11:19am
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Auburn Mountainview 65, Sumner 60

December 18 at Sumner

Auburn Mountainview: 21-17-11-16 – 65

Sumner: 19-8-21-12 – 60

Sumner: Kristian Lewis 17, Hashwinder Singh 12, Taylor Walker 12, Seth Carnahan 8, Dawson Cutright 6, Austin Avey 5.

Sumner record: 1-3 league, 3-3 overall.

Peninsula 67, Enumclaw 38

December 18 at Enumclaw

Peninsula: 17-17-15-18 – 67

Enumclaw: 11-8-8-11 – 38

Enumclaw: Kale Engebretsen 7, Kaden Anderson 6, Griffin Webb 6, Drew Seabrands 6, Justus Rainwater 4, Josh Brown 4, Bryson Engebretsen 3, Bill Miller 2.

Enumclaw record: 0-4 league, 2-5 overall.

Auburn Riverside 61, Bonney Lake 51

December 18 at Bonney Lake

Auburn Riverside: 8-17-17-19 – 61

Bonney Lake: 12-8-16-15 – 61

Bonney Lake: Donnie Hofstrand 19, Eric Voellger 10, Jake Martin 7, Michael Harvey 6, Brock Frame 3, Zach Goff 2, Alex Stevenson 2, Ryan Arpin 2.

Bonney Lake record: 0-4 league, 0-6 overall.



Auburn Mountainview 47, Sumner 29

December 18 at Auburn Mountainview

Sumner: 2-10-7-10 – 29

Auburn Mountainview: 13-13-14-7 – 47

Sumner: Madison Coates 9, Kennedy Cutter 5, Jaylin Borden 4, Kaitlyn Clark 4, Claire Selmer 2, Joy Mahnken 2, Kelsey Bell 1, Annie Smith 1, Jane Allyn Norris 1.

Sumner record: 2-2 league, 3-5 overall.

Enumclaw 47, Peninsula 35

December 18 at Peninsula

Details not provided.

Enumclaw record: 3-1 league, 5-2 overall.

Auburn Riverside 39, Bonney Lake 31

December 18 at Auburn Riverside

Details not provided.

Bonney Lake record: 2-2 league, 3-3 overall.


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