Enumclaw scores fourth place at Pacific Coast Championships

Boosted by two champions and a runner-up finisher, Enumclaw High started off the new year with a fourth-place finish at the prestigious Pacific Coast Wrestling Championships Friday and Saturday in Vancouver, Wash.

  • Jan 5, 2009

Lovelace leads WRHS

Backed by Sam Lovelace’s championship, the White River High girls wrestling team captured fifth place out of 20 teams at the Elma tournament Saturday.

Lovelace leads WRHS

Backed by Sam Lovelace’s championship, the White River High girls wrestling team captured fifth place out of 20 teams at the Elma tournament Saturday.

Spartan tumblers return to action

The Sumner High gymnastics crew, idled for the past month due to poor weather and the holiday break, return to action with two meets next week.

Spartans score first victory of season

The Sumner High boys won one basketball game and lost one during the holiday break and the team is set to get back into the South Puget Sound League 3A basketball action this week.

Panthers take win streak into league

The Bonney Lake Panther girls are riding a four-game basketball win streak as league action begins following the holiday break.

Panthers receive first win as gift from Spanaway Lake

The Bonney Lake Panther boys earned a Christmas basketball present over the break, the first win of the season for the team.

League-leading Lady Hornets return to action with Lions

Following three full weeks of nothing but drills and scrimmages, the Enumclaw High girls return to action this week with a flurry of games.

Hot-handed Hornets hyped for showdown

The White River High girls quickly established themselves as the hottest team in the South Puget Sound League 3A ranks and will be looking to continue their winning ways during a crucial Friday night showdown.

Hornets earn first victory of year

While the White River High boys basketball squad had to wait until almost the end of 2008 for its first sweet sip from the chalice of conquest, the season’s initial win finally came when the Hornets traveled to Washington for a nonleague challenge Dec. 30 and throttled the Patriots 72-53.

Enumclaw High graduate leading South Puget Sound

Enumclaw High graduate leading South Puget Sound

Williams wins tournament crown

Led by Alec Williams’ 140-pound title and Gino Russell’s runner-up finish at 171 pounds, the White River High wrestling team came away with a third-place finish behind Ellensburg and Davis of Yakima Saturday at the 15-team Eastmont Cats Classic in Wenatchee, Wash.

Hornets win Classic

Enumclaw High basketball fans made the northward pilgrimage to support their team when the Hornets took on Mount Rainier in the championship tilt at the Bellevue Community College Christmas Classic Dec. 30.

Panthers claim 12th at Pac-Coast

Bonney Lake High wrestling coach Anthony Clarke took a dozen grapplers to the prestigious Pacific Coast Championships in Vancouver, Wash., Friday and Saturday and his Panthers placed 12th in the team standings with 80 points.

Kentucky Derby could be in Plateau horse’s future Gallant Son running right on track

Gallant Son is back on the track at Golden Gate Fields in Berkley, Calif., preparing for the 2009 racing campaign, which could mean a run for the roses in the Kentucky Derby.

  • Dec 30, 2008

Bonney Lake graduate recommends dreaming big | Column

When I left Bonney Lake in August for college, I had a feeling of bittersweetness. I was sad to leave home and all that I knew to be familiar or the routine of my daily life as a teenager in high school. I didn’t want to leave my family and all the familiar faces, but at the same time I was so excited to experience college. People said how lucky I was to be able to go to Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif. I just ignored their comments until I actually moved onto the beautiful campus. Now that I am attending Pepperdine, I realize not only how lucky I am to be able to go to this amazing school, but also how lucky I am to have so many wonderful people in my life back at home.

Scribner says thanks to friends and family Bonney Lake graduate recommends dreaming big

When I left Bonney Lake in August for college, I had a feeling of bittersweetness. I was sad to leave home and all that I knew to be familiar or the routine of my daily life as a teenager in high school. I didn’t want to leave my family and all the familiar faces, but at the same time I was so excited to experience college. People said how lucky I was to be able to go to Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif. I just ignored their comments until I actually moved onto the beautiful campus. Now that I am attending Pepperdine, I realize not only how lucky I am to be able to go to this amazing school, but also how lucky I am to have so many wonderful people in my life back at home.

  • Dec 30, 2008

Sports Brief

Levig named state Player of the Year

  • Dec 29, 2008

Seven place at tourney

At the last minute, White River High sent seven Hornet wrestlers to the Mount Rainier tournament in Des Moines Saturday and placed six in the top four.

  • Dec 29, 2008

Spartans earn fifth at Foss tourney

Although the Sumner High grapplers didn’t quite get the tournament format they were anticipating, they still fared well at the annual Foss High holiday wrestling tournament Saturday with a fifth-place finish.

  • Dec 29, 2008