Spartans win first league game | Sumner Football

The Sumner Spartans traveled to Enumclaw Friday for the first league game of the season. Sumner improved to 3-0 with a 48-17 win over the Hornets.

Senior wide receiver Triston Wedington looks down field as he carries the ball Friday against Enumclaw. The Spartans won 48-17.

The Sumner Spartans traveled to Enumclaw Friday for the first league game of the season.

Sumner improved to 3-0 with a 48-17 win over the Hornets.

The Spartans scored first with a touchdown by junior running back Josh Riley.

After a touchdown and a field goal, the Hornets led 10-7 at the end of the first.

Sumner scored three touchdowns in the second quarter to take the lead 28-10.

Senior Austin Ford intercepted at the goal line to end the first half.

The second half started with a touchdown by Enumclaw bringing Sumner’s lead to 28-17.

It would be the only score of the third quarter and the last score for the Hornets.

The Spartans stopped the Hornets on fourth down in the final quarter.

Sophomore running back Connor Wedington scored on a 58 yard run. Sumner’s extra point was blocked and the Spartans led 34-17.

With 6:33 to go in the game, Sumner scored another touchdown increasing its lead to 41-17.

Sophomore Skyler Sandretsky intercepted the Hornets and after a long return got the Spartans into good field position.

Sumner added one more touchdown to end the game.

The Spartans travel to Auburn Mountainview to play the Lions at 7 p.m. Thursday.

The game will air on Root Sports.

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