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But the Enumclaw girl’s shot at state came up short.
White River High wrestlers were the cream of the Mat Classic crop this year, as the Hornets girls battled their way to a state championships… Continue reading
Practice will begin as soon as the rain stops.
White River’s boys and girls team, plus EHS’ gils team, are still battling to get to state.
Both Enumclaw and White River have more than a few top-performing athletes.
The WRHS girls once again are one of the favorites to take the state championship.
Hornets Jackson McCann, Jackson Nielsen, Connor Uhde and Fulton Gunderson all hope for a successful post-high school sports career.
She received the top scores in the floor exercise, beam, and vault.
Ben Jazbutis, Tanner Harms, Luke Perlot, Jacob Hauswirth and Logan McNabb will be competing this year.
White River boys and girls finished undefeated in league play.
Gabe Hawthorne and Weston Lyver both earned first in their weight classes.
A new bill would have schools send standardized concussion data to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
2002 graduates Ty Watterson and Alison Tubbs Mandi joined the roster last Friday.
The event is tonight, Jan. 24, during the 7 p.m. basketball game against Federal Way.
Claire DiCugno and Jalia Williams are No. 1 in their weight classes.
Enumclaw took a loss against Todd Beamer, 41-34.
The reception begins at 5:15 on Friday, Dec. 17.
Caleb Evanger and sophomore Gage Sabin earned championships in their weight classes.
The Hornets won handily, 54-8.