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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.
Miele is heading to New Mexico State University while Wilson is going to Concordia University.
He’s been at Sumner High School for 18 years.
White River’s Payton Stroud and Sumner High’s Nicole Clark battled their way to the title round of the recent USMC Girls Folkstyle National Championships. When… Continue reading
Panther softball, White River softball and Sumner tennis are starting out with big wins.
Soccer and track also hoping to build on last year’s success.
The fastpitch team’s first game is against Enumclaw on March 13.
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.
Students who signed letters of intent included Tre Weed of Sumner High, Annabelle Hall of White River High, and Teagan Eldridge of Enumclaw High.
The boys wrestling team claimed the regional championship last weekend
Sumner, White River and Enumclaw athletes will be heading to sate this year.
White River girls, Enumclaw boys still in the mix
Check out who’s in and who’s out for postseason play this year.
Check out which female wrestlers from the Enumclaw, White River and Sumner-Bonney Lake school districts are ranking high in their leagues.
Sumner High coach Maari Bennett was nothing but positive following the Spartans’ Jan. 4 swim and dive meet.
Presented by the U.S. Army, the all-day hoop festival featured eight games. The White River girls kicked things off with a 9 a.m. contest against Bishop Blanchet; at 3:30 p.m., the Bonney Lake boys challenged Kentlake; and at 8:30 the Sumner boys played the finale against Seattle Christian.
Boasting a roster rich in experience, coach Kathryn Shimer is expecting good things from her Sumner High gymnasts.