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Morgan Budinich, Lacee Lisherness, Noelle Mills, Keegan Strobeck, Megan Vandegrift and Hope Baldyga are committed to playing college sports.
Tatiana Molinero-Ceras earned a state title by lifting a total of 650 pounds.
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.
Two Hornets are ready to play on the college level.
The Panthers have taken the No. 6 seed.
Rylee Geddes and Lindsay Sogge also broke a district record at the last meet.
He’s been at Sumner High School for 18 years.
Dreakeanna Adair took first in both shot put and discus.
Get ready for some sports magic at Enumclaw High on May 11.
Coach Mike Eckhart was won 500 career softball games.
Hornets Herbst and Cerne will be joining collegiate teams next year.
Labarge’s soccer skills and Nelson’s control of the pitchers mound got them recognition.
In Indian Relay — the nation’s oldest sport with a history that goes back 500 years — teams race twice around the Emerald Downs one-mile track and exchange horses every half-mile.
Among those returning are Mach One Rules and Gold Rush Dancer.
Hornet girls Taylor Schmidtke, Hannah Swettenam and Camryn Berryhill placed first in all their events.
Enumclaw is cementing its best “large school” equestrian team title in the state.
The Panther’s star player nearly blanked Stadium High.
This is the third year the Pantherette’s have been state champions in the “show” competition.