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Payton Stroud, one of the top woman wrestlers in the country, came away once again with the championship.
With the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association forcing White River and Enumclaw high schools to split their lacrosse club, EHS will have its own this spring.
The team is made up from students in the Enumclaw, Buckley, Bonney Lake and Maple Valley areas.
The snow derailed many sporting events, including regional wrestling tournaments.
Many teams are ready to head into districts and state; the Bonney Lake boys have ended their season, and the Enumclaw girls are qualifying for their district berth on Tuesday, Feb. 5.
The rivals met Jan. 24, and White River left with the win at 43-28.
Individually, Payton Stroud and Claire DiCugno continue to make waves.
The former basketball coach let the Hornets to win 276 games to 95, and secured 9 state trips.
Erin McGinnes was tops in gymnastics all-around.
Also, the White River girls placed second in the Lady Husky Invitational.
The Hornets stand at 5-0 in North Puget Sound League.
Hawk earned seven league coaching honors and, along the way, compiled a 276-95 record at Enumclaw.
Gabe Hawthorne, Nate Moore, Jack Ervien, and Max Wheeler all placed first in their weight classes, but they’re not the only ones who did well in the competition.
The Spartans and two Hornets all went to games over break.
This is the second year in a row “Clawsistency” has a shot at the world championship.
Let’s look back on the top 2018 sports stories on the Plateau.
White River’s boys wrestling is now full of experienced seniors, and an Enumclaw swimmer is looking to make another splash this year.
The Hornet girls will be missing a top player this year, but are hoping to find themselves on top of districts.
White River’s Stroud sits at No. 4 in the country.
A Hornet relay team placed 15th, while a Panther was outed in the preliminaries.