White River wins, Enumclaw falls short | TUESDAY BOYS BASKETBALL

White River: 25-35-14-17 – 91 Orting: 9-24-17-19 – 69 Enumclaw: 9-17-11-17 – 54 Lakes: 11-15-14-25 – 65

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White River 91, Orting 69

December 8 at Orting

White River: 25-35-14-17 – 91

Orting: 9-24-17-19 – 69

White River: Tyler Meadows 17, Alex Wallen 15, Ryan Larson 14, Brandon Howard 11, Joe Flanigan 10, Trevor Truax 9, Cameron Cawley 5, Chris Marmon 3, Hunter Mills 3, Ryan Lusk 2, Matt Funkhouser 2.

White River record: 1-0 league, 3-1 overall.

Lakes 65, Enumclaws 54

December 8 at Lakes

Enumclaw: 9-17-11-17 – 54

Lakes: 11-15-14-25 – 65

Enumclaw: Josh Erickson 15, Griffin Webb 14, Kaden Anderson 9, Carson Erwin 7, Justus Rainwater 6, Drew Seabrands 3.

Enumclaw record: 0-1 league, 2-2 overall.


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