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Football is set to return as a fall sport, with turnouts beginning today (Wednesday) across the state. This follows a COVID year that had football being played mostly in March, as was the case in this Enumclaw High photo.

Health Department spells out mask, screening rules for high school athletics

With football beginning Wednesday and other sports on Monday, DOH issues rules for masks, testing.

FILE PHOTO BY KEVIN HANSON
Football is set to return as a fall sport, with turnouts beginning today (Wednesday) across the state. This follows a COVID year that had football being played mostly in March, as was the case in this Enumclaw High photo.
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Twice the fun: local men complete second Beaverhead Endurance Run

Despite living in neighboring towns, the Plateau men had not met until the run

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Buckley’s Munden will coach Team USA at 2022 Maccabiah Games

Buckley’s David Munden to coach karate Team USA at 2022 Maccabiah Games in Israel.

  • Jul 21, 2021
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During the All-State baseball series, Enumclaw High coach Eric Fiedler is flanked by his former players Cole Kaschmitter and Kaden Loop.

Enumclaw pair contribute during all-state baseball

Cole Kaschmitter and Kaden Loop cap prep baseball careers with appearance at all-state series.

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During the All-State baseball series, Enumclaw High coach Eric Fiedler is flanked by his former players Cole Kaschmitter and Kaden Loop.
Screenshot of video obtained by Redmond police shows Richard Sherman trying to break into the Redmond home of his in-laws.

Former Seattle Seahawks player Richard Sherman charged with five misdemeanors in King County

Charges were filed following an incident at home of Sherman’s in-laws in Redmond.

Screenshot of video obtained by Redmond police shows Richard Sherman trying to break into the Redmond home of his in-laws.
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Redmond Police arrest former Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman

Redmond Police allege former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman crashed into a cement barrier on a State Route 520 off-ramp then fled the scene before… Continue reading

  • Jul 14, 2021
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WIAA and Wilson sign football pact

Wilson Sporting Goods will be official football of the WIAA, starting with the 2021-22 school year

  • Jul 6, 2021
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Following standout careers at Enumclaw High, Hunter Storm (left) and Sam Lingwall headed south to compete for the Portland State Vikings.

Enumclaw High alums running strong at Portland State

Sam Lingwall and Hunter Storm starred in EHS track & cross country and earned praise at Portland State

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Following standout careers at Enumclaw High, Hunter Storm (left) and Sam Lingwall headed south to compete for the Portland State Vikings.
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Cougar wrestling club planning Aug. 7 fundraiser at city golf course

Fundraising event will support the wrestling program at Washington State University

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Enumclaw Hornets

Loop is named to all-state baseball roster

He’ll join another Hornet in Yakima for Team Rainier for the upcoming all-state baseball series

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PHOTOS BY KEVIN HANSON Boys’ basketball teams from White River and Enumclaw battled in the opening round of the SPSL 2A tournament, with the winner advancing to the tourney championship the following night. Playing on their home floor, the White River crew emerged victorious. At left, Wyatt Glissmeyer (3) heads upcourt, trailed by Enumclaw’s Carson Firnkoess (11). At right, Enumclaw’s John Leonard looks to get past the defense of White River’s Will Schroeder.

Most Season 3 athletes play their final games

Plateau athletes took wins in basketball, swimming, wrestling and tennis

PHOTOS BY KEVIN HANSON Boys’ basketball teams from White River and Enumclaw battled in the opening round of the SPSL 2A tournament, with the winner advancing to the tourney championship the following night. Playing on their home floor, the White River crew emerged victorious. At left, Wyatt Glissmeyer (3) heads upcourt, trailed by Enumclaw’s Carson Firnkoess (11). At right, Enumclaw’s John Leonard looks to get past the defense of White River’s Will Schroeder.
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Margaret Petellin, a 2020 Enumclaw High graduate, earned her first varsity letter as a member of the Luther College swim and dive team.

Petellin earns varsity letter at Luther College

EHS grad helped lead Luther to a 3-0 dual meet record and its 14th liberal arts championship

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Margaret Petellin, a 2020 Enumclaw High graduate, earned her first varsity letter as a member of the Luther College swim and dive team.
Snoqualmie Casino unveiled the first immersive Seahawks-branded table game experience Sept. 18, 2020, in a ribbon cutting dedication with Snoqualmie Tribe Council members and Snoqualmie Casino executives. Courtesy photo

Gambling Commission OKs pacts with tribes for sports betting

Agreements with 15 tribes await approval by the governor and the feds.

Snoqualmie Casino unveiled the first immersive Seahawks-branded table game experience Sept. 18, 2020, in a ribbon cutting dedication with Snoqualmie Tribe Council members and Snoqualmie Casino executives. Courtesy photo
White River's Yulisa Martinez-Ponce dead lifts 245 pounds on the way to a state powerlifting championship. Photo courtesy Ella Moyer

White River girls second, boys take fourth at state powerlifting

J’Kira Wolbrecht and Yulisa Martinez-Ponce took titles with 655 and 500 pound totals, respectively

White River's Yulisa Martinez-Ponce dead lifts 245 pounds on the way to a state powerlifting championship. Photo courtesy Ella Moyer
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Enumclaw standout selected to play in all-state baseball

Cole Kaschmitter hit a .438 this abridged season.

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One coach, shared pool: pandemic rattles world of EHS water polo

A recap of Hornet water polo during this COVID season.

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Kara Marecle became the seventh player in the history of White River girls' basketball to score more than 1,000 points. Here, she drives for two more during Friday night's home victory. Photo by Kevin Hanson

White River’s Kara Marecle joins elite 1,000 Point Club

She’s only the seventh player in WRHS girls’ basketball history to score more than 1,000 points

Kara Marecle became the seventh player in the history of White River girls' basketball to score more than 1,000 points. Here, she drives for two more during Friday night's home victory. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Payton Stroud and Claire DiCugno
Payton Stroud and Claire DiCugno
With Hornets and Trojans battling for position in front of the net, White River goalkeeper Nick Panin prepares to make a save during Thursday night's contest on the White River High campus. In an exciting contest that went into a shootout, the visitors from Fife High escaped with a win to take the postseason title. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Plateau athletes put finishing touches on Season 2

Enumclaw HS placed first in the SPSL 2A baseball tournament.

With Hornets and Trojans battling for position in front of the net, White River goalkeeper Nick Panin prepares to make a save during Thursday night's contest on the White River High campus. In an exciting contest that went into a shootout, the visitors from Fife High escaped with a win to take the postseason title. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Enumclaw track and field athletes easily ran past Foss High the afternoon of April 28. Because the Falcons brought few competitors to the EHS campus, some of the races had males and females running together. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Enumclaw track crew races past small Foss squad

The boys landed a 120-14 victory, and the girls nabbed a 76-39 decision.

Enumclaw track and field athletes easily ran past Foss High the afternoon of April 28. Because the Falcons brought few competitors to the EHS campus, some of the races had males and females running together. Photo by Kevin Hanson