WHITE RIVER SOCCER: Hornets notch another victory

White River High will begin its South Puget Sound League 3A soccer season Thursday night when the Hornets hit the road to challenge the Franklin Pierce Cardinals.

White River High will begin its South Puget Sound League 3A soccer season Thursday night when the Hornets hit the road to challenge the Franklin Pierce Cardinals.

League game No. 2 will come Tuesday when White River hosts Clover Park.

The Hornets played a nonleague game Tuesday afternoon, hosting Timberline; results came too late to be included here, but will be posted online.

The White River girls were in nonleague action Sept. 22 against North Thurston, a game that resulted in an easy 4-0 victory for the Hornets. Ashley Powell struck three times for the Hornets and Cassidy France added a goal.

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