Victories for Enumclaw and White River soccer, volleyball | THURSDAY SPORTS

GIRLS SOCCER White River 5, Orting 0 Enumclaw 1, Auburn Riverside 0 VOLLEYBALL White River 3, Orting 0

  • Friday, October 30, 2015 4:38pm
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White River 5, Orting 0

October 29

White River: Annabelle Hall 17:00; Chloe Narolski 21:00 (Haylee Gunter assist); Hall 35:00 (Mack Breeden); Arial Saylor 61:00; Gunter 80:00 (Maddie Mueller).

Shutout: Ally Glebe.

White River record: 13-0 league, 15-0 overall.

Enumclaw 1, Auburn Riverside 0

October 29

Enumclaw goal: Olivia Adams 74:00.

Shutout: Morgan Tinney, Gabby Quinnett.

Enumclaw record: 9-5 league, 9-6-1 overall.


White River 3, Orting 0

October 29

White River: Kkelsey Williams 10 digs, 10 kills; Taylor Keating 9 kills, 3 aces; Mahealini Stone 33 assists; Emily Kunst 7 kills.

White River record: 13-1 league, 14-1 overall.


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