Erin Stucker scored five goals and Kelsey Sonneson and Annie Birklid added three more each to lead the Enumclaw High girls water polo team part Auburn 15-7 April 26 at the Enumclaw Aquatic Center.
Aided by the eight home runs last week off the blazing bat of Eric Koenig, Enumclaw High’s baseball squad won a half dozen contests over a sunny six-day span to elevate its league mark to 10-1, clinching the South Puget Sound League 3A crown for the third consecutive season.
The White River fastpitch club took three of four games last week, beating Clover Park twice and Washington once. But when Franklin Pierce traveled to Buckley Thursday, victory eluded the Hornet girls.
While the sun was shining, so was the White River High girls tennis team. The Hornets have jumped to one of their best seasons in recent history and picked up a four more wins to boost their standing to 8-2 in league and overall.
A split in girls water polo nonleague contests – a 9-5 loss to Wilson April 19 and a 14-6 win over Stadium Thursday – gave Enumclaw High a 7-5 season record, 4-2 in league for second place in the East Division of the South Sound Girls Water Polo League.
Enumclaw’s Henry Van Dam started sixth and charged to second within the first couple of laps, tossed in a few slide jobs with Rick Fauver and eventually cruised to a season-opening victory as 360 sprint car racing got under way Saturday at Grays Harbor Speedway in Elma.