PHOTO BY KEVIN HANSON Cheyenne Fessler has been a steady presence on the local high school swim scene. She’s a member of a combined Enumclaw/White River program that turns out together and competes together, but is scored separately during meets. Fessler, a White River High sophomore, is shown competing in the backstroke earlier this season during a meet at the Enumclaw Aquatic Center.

PHOTO BY KEVIN HANSON Cheyenne Fessler has been a steady presence on the local high school swim scene. She’s a member of a combined Enumclaw/White River program that turns out together and competes together, but is scored separately during meets. Fessler, a White River High sophomore, is shown competing in the backstroke earlier this season during a meet at the Enumclaw Aquatic Center.

Sports Roundup | Oct. 4 – 9

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GIRLS SOCCER

White River 4, Orting 0

October 9 at White River

White River record: 7-1 league and overall.

White River 8, Franklin Pierce 1

October 8 at Franklin Pierce

Enumclaw 8, Franklin Pierce 0

October 6 at Enumclaw Expo Center

Enumclaw goals: Ellie DeGroot 4’ (Charlee Torgison assist); Mia Ammons 14’ (Jordyn Thompson); Raegan Eilers 15’ (Ammons); Ammons 30’; Thompson 44’; Bella Baird 47’ (Josie Schampera); Schampera 48’; Ammons 53’ (DeGroot).

Shutout: Megan Madill, Eilers.

Enumclaw record: 7-1 league, 7-2 overall.

Enumclaw 9, Clover Park 0

October 5 at Enumclaw

Enumclaw goals: Ellie DeGroot 8’ (Charlee Torgison assist); Torgison 10’ (Mia Ammons); Cate Bell 23’ (Ammons); Bell 30’ (DeGroot); DeGroot 33’ (Sofia Smits); Megan Madill 55’; Ammons 59’ (Bella Baird); Rubie DiBella 61’ (Madill); Baylee Bolton 72’ (Ammons).

Shutout: Madill, DeGroot.

VOLLEYBALL

White River 3, Franklin Pierce 0

25-4, 25-8, 25-16

October 7 at Franklin Pierce

White River: Elle Thomas 13 kills, 5 aces; Hannah Weymiller 6 kills, 6 aces; Abby Barrow 5 kills; Kelli Kaelin 11 digs; Sydney Schultz 8 digs; Marissa Dahl 24 assists.

White River record: 8-2 league, 9-2 overall.

Enumclaw 3, Orting 2

17-25, 25-16, 25-18, 24-26, 15-10

October 7 at Orting

Enumclaw record: 5-3 league and overall.

White River 3, Clover Park 0

25-8, 25-12, 25-5

October 5 at White River

White River: Marissa Dahl 5 aces, 29 assists; Kelli Kaelin 14 digs; Elle Thomas 18 digs, 9 kills; Audrey Berg 10 kills; Hanna Weymiller 5 kills.

BOYS TENNIS

Enumclaw 4, Foss 1

October 8 at Foss

No. 1 singles: Adrienne Maisonneauve (F) def. Tristan Vieren (E) 6-4, 6-7, 10-7. No. 2 singles: Devon Anagli (E) def. Kevin Pham (F) 6-3, 7-6.

No. 1 doubles: Carter Eldridge/Greysun Harris (E) def. Angel Bestidas/Mathew Rosebrook (F) 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 doubles: Carter Williams/Kyle Koehn (E) def. Wilson Jones/Lenvoy Lewis (F) 6-0, 6-2. No. 3 doubles: Nathan Leonard/Amos Hall (E) def. Jayden Orm/Ryan Tran (F) 6-2, 6-2.

Enumclaw 3, Franklin Pierce 2

October 7 at Enumclaw

No 1 singles: Tristan Vieren (E) def. Shivneil Dillay (FP) 6-3, 6-1. No. 2 singles: Amos Hall (E) def. David Miller (FP) 6-3, 6-3.

No. 1 doubles: Logan Parejo/Dallas Boler (FP) def. Greysun Harris/Carter Eldridge (E) 6-2, 6-7, 7-6. No. 2 doubles: Edward Park/Savino Jaguez (FP) def. Carter Williams/Kyle Koehn (E) 3-6, 6-2, 6-4. No. 3 doubles: Nathan Leonard/Devon Anagli (E) def. Justin Mann/Malachi Chang (FP) 6-4, 6-7, 7-6.

Washington 5, White River 0

October 5 at Washington

No. 1 singles: Cayden Waters (W) def. Hayden Stevenson (WR) 6-3, 6-2. No. 2 singles: Anthony Yim (W) def. Tate Ringle (WR) 1-6, 6-4, 10-6.

No. 1 doubles: Alex Campos/J.J. Onlongo (W) def. Christian Chaussee/Zack Slominski (WR) 6-2, 6-4. No. 2 doubles: Angelo Hohen/Aaron Reyes (W) def. Colby Lange/Dylan Crossley (WR) 4-6, 6-4, 10-6. No. 3 doubles: Joel Garcia/Micah Schilmann (W) def. Andrew Wilson/Ryan Miller (WR) 6-2, 6-1.

Enumclaw 4, Steilacoom 1

October 4 at Enumclaw

No. 1 singles: Tristan Vieren (E) def. Josh Da (S) 7-6 (7-5), 6-3. No. 2 singles: Kilian Farooq (S) def. Amos Hall (E) 6-1, 6-1.

No. 1 doubles: Carter Eldridge/Greysun Harris (E) def. Jack Marchant/Michael Lim (S) 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 doubles: Kyle Koehn/Carter Williams (E) def. Aidan Bruce/Bryan Clapper (S) 6-0, 6-0. No. 3 doubles: Steilacoom forfeits.

BOYS GOLF

White River 67, Orting 46

October 7 at Enumclaw Golf Course

White River: Arthur (Pollo) Mijares 37, Alex Wakefield 40, Lane Maras 41, Zach Miller 41, A.J. Mills 41, Wyatt Visnaw 54.

Medalist: Mijares (WR).

White River 71, Clover Park 4

October 4 at American Lake Golf Course

White River: Zach Miller 35, A.J. Mills 37, Pollo Mijares 38, Lane Maras 41, Alex Wakefield 44, Wyatt Visnaw 50.

Medalist: Miller (WR).

GIRLS GOLF

Enumclaw 71, Franklin Pierce 62

October 5 at Enumclaw Golf Course

Enumclaw: Brookelyn Jewett 43, Emma Nitsche 45, Nina Day 48, Emily Alicea 50, Hadley Breidenbach 53, Anna Adsero 56.

Co-medalists: Jeannie Yoon and Grace Scothorne (both 42, both FP).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Bill Kehoe South Sound Invite

October 9 at St. Martin’s University (Lacey)

Enumclaw 96 points, second place (28 teams)

5,000 meters, Boys Bronze Division

Enumclaw (overall among 218 runners): McCoy Brooks, second place, 17:04; Trevor Storm, sixth, 17:50; Evan Cheney, 14th, 18:07; Liam Lenard, 24th, 18:41; Michael Poleski, 59th, 19:41; Will Scharf, 92nd, 20:27; Luke Menzie, 93rd, 20:27.

Bill Kehoe South Sound Invite

October 9 at St. Martin’s University (Lacey)

White River 209 points, fourth place (24 teams)

5,000 meters, Boys Silver Division

White River (overall among 187 runners): Michael Marlow, 19th place, 17:49; Cole Holmes, 38th, 18:26; Drew Sprouse, 56th, 18:52; Cole Riley, 57th, 18:53; Evan Slish, 58th, 18:55; Andrew Rogers, 69th, 19:09; Daniel Johnson, 86th, 19:38.

Enumclaw 24, Franklin Pierce 44, Orting 56

October 7 at Orting

Enumclaw (overall placing): McCoy Brooks, first place, 17:27; Evan Cheney, second, 17:57; Trevor Storm, fifth, 18:10; Liam Lenard, seventh, 18:57; Michael Poleski, ninth, 19:21; Will Scharf, 12th, 19:29; Luke Menzie, 19th, 19:58.

Steilacoom 27, White River 44, Washington 56

October 6 at Fort Steilacoom Park (Lakewood)

White River (overall placing): Michael Marlow, fifth place, 18:08; Evan Slish, sixth, 18:40; Cole Holmes, seventh, 18:47; Drew Sprouse, 12th, 19:17; Daniel Johnson, 14th, 19:21; Cole Riley, 15th, 19:21; Andrew Rogers, 22nd, 20:14.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Bill Kehoe South Sound Invite

October 9 at St. Martin’s University (Lacey)

Enumclaw 116 points, fifth place (11 teams)

5,000 meters, Girls Bronze Division

Enumclaw (overall among 98 runners): Ava Sawyer, fourth place, 21:59; Jasmine Dumontet, seventh, 22:02; Lindsay Essex, 15th, 23:14; Ahna Lemeshko, 51st, 25:31; Anali Johnson, 71st, 26:52; Tess Mitchell, 76th, 27:25; June Carter, 93rd, 31:42.

Bill Kehoe South Sound Invite

October 9 at St. Martin’s University (Lacey)

White River 121 points, second place (14 teams)

5,000 meters, Girls Silver Division

White River (overall among 110 runners): Vivian Kingston, 10th place, 20:47; Emma Tomlinson, 11th, 20:51; Evelyn Holmes, 42nd, 22:37; Kelcie Melcher, 45th, 22:42; Soleil Bianchi, 56th, 23:06; Madilyn Nash, 86th, 25:15.

Orting 22, Enumclaw 45, Franklin Pierce 61

October 7 at Orting

Enumclaw (overall placing): Jasmine Dumontet, second place, 22:49; Lindsay Essex, fourth, 24:16; Ahna Lemeshko, ninth, 26:14; Tess Mitchell, 13th, 27:11; Anali Johnson, 17th, 29:10; June Carter, 18th, 30:35.

Steilacoom 33, White River 34, Washington 63

October 6 at Fort Steilacoom Park (Lakewood)

White River (overall placing): Vivian Kingston, third place, 21:06; Emma Tomlinson, fourth, 21:41; Kelcie Melcher, seventh, 23:10; Evelyn Holmes, eighth, 23:26; Maria Hawthorne, 12th, 24:00; Madilyn Nash, 16th, 24:45; Nativity Leddy, 17th, 25:30.


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