Lady Hornets earn ninth place

Sam Lovelace and McKaela Kilcup placed third and the White River High girls wrestling team finished ninth out of 24 teams Saturday at Emerald Ridge in Puyallup.

Hornets face top-ranked Enumclaw Thursday

The White River High boys wrestling team posted two more South Puget Sound League 3A victories last week, setting up a big finale for its make-up contest with Enumclaw Thursday night in Buckley and its Friday match with Clover Park.

White River gets close, but suffers pair of narrow losses

It was close but no cigar for the White River High boys basketball squad again last week as they dropped three more league contests, two by slim margins, to drop their South Puget Sound League 3A record to 2-9.

Plateau grads suit up for Western

Plateau grads suit up for Western

Sumner falls to Peninsula by one in final seconds

The Sumner Spartan boys lost two basketball games last week, including a one-point squeaker to Peninsula High on Saturday.

Spartans host Bonney Lake and Tahoma tonight at 7

The Sumner High gymnasts will get to compete in their own gymnasium tonight, Wednesday, one of just two home meets the Spartans get to enjoy all season.

Spartans’ regular league season draws to a close with No. 1 Enumclaw

The injury-plagued Sumner High School wrestling squad limped through two more South Puget Sound League 3A dual match losses last week to take up permanent residence in the SPSL 3A cellar with a 0-7 record.

Bailey, Paterson earn titles at Emerald Ridge

With three straight pins each, Enumclaw High’s Chantelle Bailey and Jenny Paterson ran off with the 171- and 160-pound titles at the Emerald Ridge girls wrestling tournament Saturday in Puyallup.

Last chance for Hornets to post district times is around corner

The Enumclaw High Hornets head into the subdistrict swim tournament Friday and Saturday. This is the last opportunity for individuals and relays to qualify for the district meet set for Feb. 13 and 14.

Hornets stay in the fray in SPSL 3A

As the South Puget Sound League 3A basketball season heads toward its final two weeks, the Enumclaw High girls remain in the thick of the hunt.

Panthers prep for league meet

Bonney Lake High faced off against Enumclaw Jan. 20 and lost 112-71 to the Hornets, claiming three first-place finishes.

Panthers fall three times

The Bonney Lake High boys lost three basketball games last week, but played a solid game against Clover Park at home Saturday.

Panthers even record at 3-3

After the Bonney Lake High wrestling squad fell 52-18 to defending 3A state title holder Enumclaw Jan. 21, making its South Puget Sound League 3A dual match record 3-3, it moved on to participate in the Tahoma Mat Classic.

Potterf nails season best

Bonney Lake High gymnasts finished third in their Jan. 21 meet, posting their best team score of the season.

Enumclaw closes regular season and begins march toward state

The last tournament of the regular season for the Enumclaw High wrestling team went well. The Hornets topped host East Valley, 43-27, North Central, 49-24, and Hanford, 72-6, Friday and Saturday at the East Valley High School Dream Duals competition in Spokane.

Hornets rack up more wins

The Enumclaw High boy’s basketball squad outscored its duo of South Puget Sound League 3A opponents Bonney Lake and Sumner last week by a whopping imbalance of 135 to 60 and, in doing so, elevated its league mark to 9-1 to become the top dog in the SPSL 3A standings and keep its spot among the premiere Class 3A squads in the state.

White River moves to top of the league

The White River High girls kept their perfect season intact last weekend, notching a Friday night victory over Clover Park and a Saturday win against Auburn Mountainview.

Panthers remain in hunt with three wins

Victories keep mounting for the Bonney Lake High girls, with three more during the past week stretching the winning streak to six.

Sports Briefs

Schwartz earns top spot with Falcons

  • Jan 19, 2009

Hornets nearly upset rival Enumclaw

The White River boys basketball squad spent another week doggedly hanging in there and trying to jockey its way up the South Puget Sound League 3A standings, but faced adversity as it lost two out of three contests.