Enumclaw’s Anderson, Carlson sign with college programs

Two Hornets are ready to play on the college level.

Two Enumclaw High School athletes recently celebrated the opportunity to participate in collegiate athletics. Kaden Anderson and Abbie Jo Carlson signed national letters-of-intent with four-year programs.

Anderson has accepted a full-ride scholarship to play basketball at Division II Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego.

During his senior season, Anderson led the Hornets to a fourth-place finish at the state tournament, shared league Most Valuable Player honors and was named to a Washington team that took on the top players from Oregon. He was an all-league, first-team pick as a junior.

Carlson signed a letter of intent to compete in track and field at Whitworth College in Spokane. The Hornet senior specializes in throwing events.

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