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Five Bonney Lake High School athletes were highlighted during an April 12 ceremony on campus, each committing to continue their athletic pursuits at the collegiate level.
The Plateau’s top fastpitch teams – the Bonney Lake Panthers and White River Hornets – are proving unbeatable in league play.
White River leads in the 2A SPSL standings with a perfect 8-0 league record and a 9-1 overall record.
Bonney Lake has been dominant all season: through games of last week, the Panthers were 4-0 in league play and a perfect 7-0 overall.
Three Spartan athletes recently signed letters-of-intent to compete at the collegiate level.
When Enumclaw High’s track and field athletes took to their home turf Thursday afternoon, the Hornet girls rang up a close 78-72 decision over the visiting Titans from Thomas Beamer.
Bonney Lake High School senior defender Ryker Penner, above, battles for possession during the Panthers’ April 4 game against Spanaway Lake.
White River fastpitch has experienced great success in recent years and jumped to a 4-0 record this season.
Many of us have our past adventures pop up in a variety of ways. Joe LaDuca’s days of old came back in the best of circumstances.
Peterson took his diamond talents from the halls of Enumclaw High first to Everett Community College and now to the UCF campus in Orlando, Fla.
The Division 2 Bonney Lake lacrosse team has started its third season with a 5-1 record after an upset win in overtime against Division 1 Rogers High School.
There will be an empty spot at Emerald Downs this season.
Horses, pounding hoofs, happy or mopey bettors — the smell of thoroughbreds running — opening night at Emerald Downs is Saturday.
The Enumclaw High water polo team has rolled to a strong start, winning eight of 10 games including a 5-1 mark in league play.
Competitive karate has taught Eliana Munden many things, but none more important than discipline and control.
Among local schools, the beginning of the baseball and fastpitch season has been marked by two things – drizzly weather and great pitching.
Hunter Haney, who wrestled his way to a state championship while at Enumclaw High School, continues to shine as a member of the Washington State University team.
The numbers speak for themselves: 28 years of coaching, 724 games on the bench and 516 career victories, resulting in a .713 winning percentage.
There’s a new hand at the helm of the White River High boys soccer program, as T.J. Suek has replaced longtime coach Russ DeFord, who moved from the area.
The girls track team return to track and field games after a victorious season last year, having been the co-champions of their league, third at the West Central District meet and fifth overall at state.