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The White River Hornets take their near-perfect record to St. Martin’s University Friday for the beginning of the Class 2A state volleyball championships.
All four of the area’s high school soccer teams advanced to district play and three played their way into state tournaments, though Bonney Lake and Sumner were ousted this week, leaving White River the only local team remaining in the mix.
Runners from all four local high schools trekked to Pasco last weekend to participate in the state cross country championships.
Ten weeks are in the books and just one local football team remains standing.
Distance runners throughout the region will head east of the mountains this weekend, having earned the right to participate in the state cross country championships.
Six White River High golfers earned guaranteed berths into the Class 2A state championships, while seven more are in line for a second chance at making the state tourney.
The world of kills, digs and assists continues in earnest this week, with three local high school volleyball programs competing in postseason tournaments.
Regular seasons are in the past and local soccer teams are in the postseason hunt, all chasing a berth in one of the 16-team state tournaments. It was a stellar season on the pitch, as all the local squads placed either first or second in their leagues.
With the regular football season in the record books, playoff games loom for teams from Enumclaw, Sumner and White River high schools. Each will be in action Friday night, looking to keep their campaigns alive in the state playoffs.
The Curtis High School pool was packed last weekend as West Central District III swim teams gathered to compete against the timer — and each other — to see who gets to swim on to state, and who was left high and dry.
The Enumclaw High boys tennis squad placed 10th in the 16-team North Puget Sound League tournament.
A trio of local teams proved their gridiron prowess Friday night, rolling to impressive and substantial victories.
A highly-anticipated showdown between local volleyball powers played out the evening of Oct. 18 in the White River gymnasium and, in the end, it was the host Hornets celebrating a victory over Fife.
Former White River Hornet Kody Gould has continued to find running success, now at the collegiate level as a member of the Utah State University cross country program.
Local football teams went three-for-four Friday night, with Enumclaw, Sumner and White River picking up league victories.
White River High was challenging for the top spot in South Puget Sound League 2A play, but found the Fife Trojans just too tough.
The Bonney Lake Panthers added two more shutout victories last week and saw a rather remarkable number of goals delivered by midfielder Kaylee Coatney.
The Bonney Lake boys trounced visiting Spanaway Lake Sept. 27 in cross country action.
The Enumclaw High boys had a busy week of tennis, playing four matches in four days last week.
Hat tricks by Kaylee Coatney and Summer Kober, combined with stellar outside flank play by Bella Sajjadi and Ashley Nall, led the Bonney Lake Panthers to a convincing 8-2 win over visiting Spanaway Lake.