WRHS BASEBALL: Rainy weather cools red-hot Hornts’ drive

The red-hot 4-1 White River baseball squad had been slated to begin South Puget Sound League 2A play Thursday by hosting Clover Park.

The red-hot 4-1 White River baseball squad had been slated to begin South Puget Sound League 2A play Thursday by hosting Clover Park.

Inclement weather forced the encounter to be postponed until the next day, but the planned Friday contest was washed out as well, so White River didn’t play any baseball last week.

White River was slated to travel to Steilacoom High Monday and then host Washington High Tuesday of this spring break week.

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