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Payton Stroud, one of the top woman wrestlers in the country, came away once again with the championship.
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.
Cody Tanneberg scored 24 points while also contributing six rebounds and three steals in a recent basketball game against Puyallup.
Individually, Payton Stroud and Claire DiCugno continue to make waves.
Also, the White River girls placed second in the Lady Husky Invitational.
17 Spartan swimmers broke their own personal records.
The Spartans and two Hornets all went to games over break.
Let’s look back on the top 2018 sports stories on the Plateau.
White River, Sumner, and Bonney Lake High all have athletes leading in their weight classes.
From Eastern Washington to the Dakotas, former Sumner High School student athletes are making names for themselves while continuing their education.
The Panthers wrestling team is looking to be the top school in the Tacoma Dome this year.
Meanwhile, the boys are aiming to reverse their win-loss record from last year and make it to districts.
Students from White River, Sumner, and Bonney Lake are ready for the next step in their education and athletics.
Check out how area athletes did in Pasco last weekend.
Enumclaw lost their last game against Olympic High 2-1, ending the Hornets’ season.
Enumclaw and White River ended their season with a loss, but Sumner and Bonney Lake had exciting last games.
Folks from all area school will be heading to state this year.
Enumclaw, White River and Sumner are moving on, but the Bonney Lake Panthers have ended their season.
Check out the various paths White River, Bonney Lake, Enumclaw, and Sumner will have to travel to get into state competitions.