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White River captured five of the top eight boys’ slots and three of the top five girls’ performances.
Both football teams posted wins with big margins last week.
GIRLS SOCCER White River 4, Orting 0 October 9 at White River White River record: 7-1 league and overall. White River 8, Franklin Pierce 1… Continue reading
This was the Hornet’s first loss in a league game.
BOYS TENNIS Enumclaw 5, White River 0 September 24 at Enumclaw No. 1 singles: Amos Hall (E) def. Derek Brannon (WR) 6-3, 6-1. No. 2… Continue reading
GIRLS SOCCER White River 3, Enumclaw 1 September 30 at White River White River goals: Laura Corr 28’; Claire Carter (Ella Lidstrom assist) 37’; Corr… Continue reading
The latest round of high school football brought mixed results for the Plateau teams, as Enumclaw registered a convincing victory over Clover Park while White… Continue reading
Check out how EHS and WRHS athletes fared in this last week.
Referees are still in short supply, so football games are being held on odd days.
Enumclaw volleyball takes third-place honors at Yakima Sundome after losing close match to Sentinels
The EHS squad, under the direction of veteran coach Jackie Carel, took first in pool play.
Here’s how our local high school football teams fared last week.
ENUMCLAW September 22: Boys/girls golf at Washington, 3:30 p.m. at Lake Spanaway Golf Course. Cross country hosts Foss and Washington, girls varsity at 4:30 and… Continue reading
ENUMCLAW September 15: Boys/girls golf host Clover Park, 3:15 p.m. at Enumclaw Golf Course. Boys/girls cross country vs. multiple league teams, girls at 4:30 and… Continue reading
Late-game heroics sealed the deal for both teams.
Some teams are looking more competitive than they have in years — others are building their way there.
Both teams are coming back with experienced talent and plenty of competition.
Both teams will head south to Thurston County for their non-league season openers.
Three White River High students competed with the best of the Northwest.
Athletes are not required to wear masks when participating in sports of any contact level while outside.