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Nikolas Schwendeman, Jack Budinich, and Ben Hauswirth each earned a medal or two.
The tournament begins Feb. 27.
Wood, Wine, & Whimsy got their alcohol license Feb. 12.
Payton Stroud, one of the top woman wrestlers in the country, came away once again with the championship.
The team is made up from students in the Enumclaw, Buckley, Bonney Lake and Maple Valley areas.
Traffic, trails and open spaces, and community mental health are all on the agenda.
The snow derailed many sporting events, including regional wrestling tournaments.
The Feb. 19 event is open to the public.
Police will be guiding traffic on state Route 410 in Buckley Feb. 14, 20, and 21, so plan accordingly.
The bottom floor would be retail, but the next three stories could be condos for aging Baby Boomers.
Dakota Farrer made her second appearance in state, while Morgan Smith made her first trip.
The teams head to regionals this Saturday, and from there, hopefully to state.
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 state’s Department of Transportation recently said there would be traffic concerns about the restriction.
The team as a whole missed their opportunity by just six pins.
She won both the uneven bars and balance beam, came second in the floor exercise and finished fifth in the vault.
The rivals met Jan. 24, and White River left with the win at 43-28.
The popular shortcut for skirting highway traffic will no longer be an option on Feb. 4.
PSE’s plan “may very well threaten potential economic development and quality of life in our community,” a Chamber of Commerce letter reads.
Individually, Payton Stroud and Claire DiCugno continue to make waves.