Victories for White River girls, Enumclaw boys | SCORING SUMMARIES

GIRLS BASKETBALL White River 60, Enumclaw 52 BOYS BASKETBALL Enumclaw 63, White River 62

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Enumclaw 63, White River 62

December 4 at Enumclaw

White River: Tyler Meadows 19, Cameron Cawley 14, Trevor Truax 13, Alex Wallen 10, Ryan Larson 4, Chris Marmon 2.

Enumclaw: Josh Erickson 28, Carson Erwin 8, Griffin Webb 4, Drew Seabrands 12, Kaden Anderson 4, Justus Rainwater 4, Josh Brown 2, Michael Blair 1.

Enumclaw record: 1-1 overall.

White River record: 1-1 overall.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

White River 60, Enumclaw 52

December 4 at Enumclaw

Enumclaw: Kylie Rademacher 26, Madison Bosik 9, Kysa Bursch 7, Sam Engebretsen 6, Jessica Cerne 3, Abbie Carlson 1.

White River: Kendall Bird 27, Sofia Lavinder 10, Georgia Lavinder 8, Kayla Howard 7, Darian Gore 4, Maci Goethals 3, Sydney Andersen 1.

Enumclaw record: 1-1 overall.

White River record: 1-0 overall.

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