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White River, Enumclaw and Sumner are heading to state.
Fastpitch, soccer, track and field, water polo, and baseball teams from all four local high schools are ready to take on the state championships.
Two Hornets are ready to play on the college level.
Rylee Geddes and Lindsay Sogge also broke a district record at the last meet.
Coach Mike Eckhart was won 500 career softball games.
Hornets Herbst and Cerne will be joining collegiate teams next year.
Enumclaw is cementing its best “large school” equestrian team title in the state.
Ulrich is heading to Bosie State while Cassell will go to Skagit Valley College.
Teagan Eldridge was named Enumclaw High’s Most Valuable Player for the 2017 season.
He’ll be taking on the best of Oregon state on April 14.
Panther softball, White River softball and Sumner tennis are starting out with big wins.
The Sunshine State Conference Baseball Player of the Week award went to Bryce Peterson.
Girls water polo is looking to make 14th postseason games in a row.
The fastpitch team is looking to redeem themselves after losing the state championship by one run last year.
Enumclaw fell to Lewis and Clark, but then picked the ball back up to beat out Curtis and Skyline.
EHS basketball — both girls and boys — won the Sportsmanship Award for the winter season.
The two Hornets teams could make it to the Final Four at state.
Hornet Payton Shroud took second in the 120 pound weight class.
Enumclaw Hornets also take 5th and 12th.
Bonney Lake nabbed second, Enumclaw in 7th and Sumner finishes 13th.