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They could make it 62 wins if they beat the league second-placer, Franklin Pierce, this week.
Jack Ervien, Gabe Hawthorne, and Weston Lyver all saw good wins.
From Eastern Washington to the Dakotas, former Sumner High School student athletes are making names for themselves while continuing their education.
The Panthers wrestling team is looking to be the top school in the Tacoma Dome this year.
Two White River competitors came away with placing first in their weight class.
White River’s boys wrestling is now full of experienced seniors, and an Enumclaw swimmer is looking to make another splash this year.
Meanwhile, the boys are aiming to reverse their win-loss record from last year and make it to districts.
The team hasn’t made it to state in only two season out of the last 20 years.
Both teams are looking to do better in districts than last year.
The Hornet girls will be missing a top player this year, but are hoping to find themselves on top of districts.
White River’s Stroud sits at No. 4 in the country.
Students from White River, Sumner, and Bonney Lake are ready for the next step in their education and athletics.
A Hornet relay team placed 15th, while a Panther was outed in the preliminaries.
Bonney Lake, White River and Sumner went out early in postseason this year.
The Hornets stated the tournament facing an old enemy, the Fife Trojans.
Check out how area athletes did in Pasco last weekend.
Roberts was once coached at Sumner High School, before joining up with Enumclaw.
The Enumclaw Hornets took two losses, ending their season at the West Central/Southwest District tournament.
Enumclaw lost their last game against Olympic High 2-1, ending the Hornets’ season.
Enumclaw and White River ended their season with a loss, but Sumner and Bonney Lake had exciting last games.