PHOTOS BY KEVIN HANSON The Enumclaw High cross country program hosted its only home meet of the season on the afternoon of Sept. 22. The Hornets hosted Washington and Foss high schools, competing on the 3.1-mile course at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The EHS boys defeated the Washington Patriots, while Foss entered only one runner. On the girls’ side, Washington was the automatic winner as both Enumclaw and Foss could not field a full team. In these photos, Enumclaw’s Evan Cheney, left, and Trevor Storm are at the front of the pack (and went on to claim first and second place, respectively). Shown at the start of the girls’ race are, from left, Enumclaw’s Ahna Lemeshko, Lindsay Essex and Ava Sawyer. For details about the South Puget Sound League 2A meet, see Sports Roundup.

PHOTOS BY KEVIN HANSON The Enumclaw High cross country program hosted its only home meet of the season on the afternoon of Sept. 22. The Hornets hosted Washington and Foss high schools, competing on the 3.1-mile course at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The EHS boys defeated the Washington Patriots, while Foss entered only one runner. On the girls’ side, Washington was the automatic winner as both Enumclaw and Foss could not field a full team. In these photos, Enumclaw’s Evan Cheney, left, and Trevor Storm are at the front of the pack (and went on to claim first and second place, respectively). Shown at the start of the girls’ race are, from left, Enumclaw’s Ahna Lemeshko, Lindsay Essex and Ava Sawyer. For details about the South Puget Sound League 2A meet, see Sports Roundup.

Sports Roundup | Sept. 20 – 25 |

BOYS TENNIS

Enumclaw 5, White River 0

September 24 at Enumclaw

No. 1 singles: Amos Hall (E) def. Derek Brannon (WR) 6-3, 6-1. No. 2 singles: Caden Zuydhoek (E) def. Dylan Crossley (WR) 6-4, 6-2.

No. 1 doubles: Carter Eldridge/Greysun Harris (E) def. Tate Ringle/Hayden Stevensen (WR) 1-6, 6-2, 6-3. No. 2 doubles: Kyle Koehn/Carter Williams (E) def. Christian Chaussee/Zack Slominski (WR) 6-1, 6-0. No. 3 doubles: Devon Anagli/Nathan Leonard (E) def. Colby Lange/George Hernandez (WR) 6-1, 6-0.

Enumclaw 5, Washington 0

September 22 at Washington

No. 1 singles: Tristan Vieren (E) def. Cayden Waters (W) 7-5, 6-3. No. 2 singles: Amos Hall (E) def. Anthony Yin (W) 6-4, 0-6, 6-1.

No. 1 doubles: Greysun Harris/Noah Nuttle (E) def. Alex Campos/JJ Ongoco (W) 6-3, 6-4. No. 2 doubles: Carter Williams/Kyle Koehn (E) def. Aaron Reyes/Sam Prokopovich (W) 6-0, 6-1. No. 3 doubles: Nathan Leonard/Devon Anagli (E) def. Micah S./Eli Mendoza (W) 6-0, 6-0.

White River 4, Clover Park 1

September 22 at Clover Park

(Clover Park had only one player, forfeited other matches).

Singles: Ian Christian (CP) def. Tate Ringle (WR) 6-1, 6-0.

Enumclaw 4, Foss 1

September 20 at Enumclaw

No. 1 singles: Jordan Allen (F) def. Tristan Vieren (E) 7-5, 6-1. No. 2 singles: Amos Hall (E) def. Kevin Pham (F) 4-6, 6-4, 10-3.

No. 1 doubles: Greysun Harris/Carter Eldridge (E) def. Lenroy Lewis/Mathew Rosebrook (F) 6-0, 6-0. No. 2 doubles: Kyle Koehn/Carter Williams (E) def. Jason Nguyen/Angel Bastidas (F) 6-0, 6-1. No. 3 doubles: Nathan Leonard/Devon Anagli (E) def. Wilson Jones/Jayden Orn (F) 6-1, 6-0.

Franklin Pierce 5, White River 0

September 20 at White River

No. 1 singles: Justin Mann (FP) def. Dylan Crossley (WR) 6-1, 6-2. No. 2 singles: S. Pillay (FP) def. Derek Brannon (WR) 3-6, 6-0, 6-4.

No. 1 doubles: Logan Parejo/Dallas Bolar (FP) def. Tate Ringle/Haydon Stevenson (WR) 6-6 (7-4), 6-3. No. 2 doubles: Edward Park/Savino Jacques (FP) def. Christian Chaussee/Zack Slominski (WR) 6-0, 6-0. No. 3 doubles: Cole Charren/Malaki Chang (FP) def. Colby Lange/Andrew Wilson (WR) 6-1, 6-4.

GIRLS GOLF

White River 92, Steilacoom 28

September 23 at The Home Course (DuPont)

White River: Brooke Gelinas 39, Brooke Mahler 40, Alle Klemkow 42, Abby Rose 51, Lexie Mahler 52, Emily Moser 56.

Medalist: Gelinas (WR).

Enumclaw 65, Washington 8

September 22 at Spanaway Lake Golf Course

Enumclaw: Emily Alicea 44, Emma Nitsche 50, Brookelyn Jewett 52, Raegan Chefalier 52, Nina Day 54, Anna Adsero 54.

Medalist: Alicea (E).

White River 103, Enumclaw 86

September 21 at Enumclaw Golf Course

White River: Brooke Gelinas 34, Brooke Mahler 39, Lexie Mahler 43, Alle Klemkow 46, Sophie Ross 47, Abby Rose 47.

Enumclaw: Brookelyn Jewett 39 (personal best, season low score for team), Emma Nitsche 44, Nina Day 46, Raegan Chevalier 48, Emily Alicea 49, Anna Adsero 55.

Medalist: Gelinas (WR).

Enumclaw 87, Auburn Mountainview 65

September 20 at Auburn Golf Course

Enumclaw: Emma Nitsche 45, Brookelyn Jewett 48, Nina Day 50, Emily Alicea 51, Raegan Chevalier 51, Anna Adsero 53.

Medalist: Nitsche (E).

BOYS GOLF

White River 76, Steilacoom 10

September 23 at The Home Course (DuPont)

White River: Kaden Ausen 32, Lane Maras 37, A.J. Mills 39, Pollo Mijares 41, Alex Wakefield 46, Jason Walker 51.

Medalist: Ausen (WR).

Enumclaw 59, Washington 8

September 22 at Spanaway Lake Golf Course

Enumclaw: Ben Laurnen 37, Tanner Nichols 42, Jake Bort 43, Eli Murphy 45, Kyle Bell 46, Jack Craighead 48.

Medalist: Ben Laurnen (E).

Enumclaw 64, White River 64

(Enumclaw wins tie-breaker)

September 21 at Enumclaw Golf Course

Enumclaw: Jake Bort 38, Tanner Nichols 39, Ben Laurnen 42, Eli Murphy 43, Jack Craighead 44, Alex Long 48.

White River: Lane Maras 34, Kaden Ausen 38, A.J. Mills 40, Alex Wakefield 45, Arthur Mijares 46.

Medalist: Lane Maras (WR).

Enumclaw 53, Auburn Mountainview 48

September 20 at Auburn Golf Course

Enumclaw: Jack Craighead 43, Jake Bort 44, Ben Laurnen 45, Eli Murphy 45, Tanner Nichols 47, Alex Long 55.

Co-medalists: Regan Cowman, Burke McFarland (AM).

VOLLEYBALL

White River 3, Foss 0

25-6, 25-18, 25-5

September 23 at Foss

White River: Elle Thomas 16 kills; Kelli Kaelin 12 digs; Faith Anderson 6 digs; Audrey Berg 5 kills, 4 aces; Abby Barrow 21 assists.

White River record: 5-1 league, 6-1 overall.

Washington 3, Enumclaw 2

21-25, 20-25, 25-22 31-29, 15-8

September 23 at Enumclaw

Enumclaw: Macy Furtwangler 13 kills, 5 aces; Samantha Darby 14 kills; Kira HaWaaboo 25 assists; Faith Miller 27 digs.

Enumclaw record: 2-3 league and overall.

White River 3, Steilacoom 2

25-23, 25-22, 19-25, 23-25, 15-13

September 21 at White River

White River: Elle Thomas 19 digs, 31 kills; Kelli Kaelin 57 digs; Abby Barrow 14 digs, 6 kills; Sydney Schultz 15 digs; Hannah Weymiller 9 kills; Audrey Berg 8 kills; Marissa Dahl 50 assists, 12 digs.

Fife 3, Enumclaw 2

21-25, 23-25, 25-20, 26-24, 15-13

September 21 at Fife

Enumclaw: Faith Miller 4 aces, 25 digs; Macy Furtwangler 13 kills; Lexie DeGroot 7 kills; Samantha Darby 24 assists.

GIRLS SOCCER

Auburn Riverside 2, Enumclaw 0

September 25 at Auburn Riverside

Enumclaw record: 4-0 league, 4-1 overall.

White River 5, Steilacoom 0

September 22 at White River

White River goals: Claire Carter 4’ (Morgan Greene assist), Ava Bright 19’ (Laura Corr), Corr 20’, Carter 28’, Ella Lidstrom 78’.

Shutout: Abbey Goetz.

White River record: 4-0 league and overall.

Enumclaw 2, Fife 0

September 21 at Fife

Enumclaw goals: Mia Ammons 51’, Ammons 80+3’.

Shutout: Megan Madill.

Enumclaw record: 4-0 league and overall.

White River 9, Washington 0

September 21 at White River

White River goals: Laura Corr 1’ (Morgan Greene assist), Corr 7’ (Greene), Claire Carter 28’ (Corr), Lexie Banks 29’, Carter 31’, Olivia Ashcraft 38’; Corr 48’, Ava Bright 68’, Bright 77’.

Shutout: Abbey Goetz.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Washington, Foss (incomplete team) and Enumclaw (incomplete team).

September 22 at Enumclaw Expo Center

Enumclaw (overall placing): Ava Sawyer, third, 22:19; Lindsay Essex, sixth, 23:48; Ahna Lemeshko, 11th, 26:51.

White River 16, Orting 55, Fife 64

September 22 at White River

White River (overall placing): Soleil Bianchi, first place, 22:22; Emma Tomlinson, second, 22:23; Vivian Kingston, third, 22:28; Kelcie Melcher, fourth, 22:50; Evelyn Holmes, sixth, 24:17; Maria Hawthorne, eighth, 24:55; Madilyn Nash, 10th, 25:13.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Enumclaw 24, Washington 36, Foss (incomplete team)

September 22 at Enumclaw Expo Center

Enumclaw (overall placing): Evan Cheney, first place, 17:04; Trevor Storm, second, 17:29; Liam Lenard, fourth, 17:56; Will Scharf, eighth, 18:57; Michael Poleski, ninth, 19:05; Luke Menzie, 11th, 19:48; Jackson Clark, 13th, 20:03.

White River 32, Orting 34, Fife 69

September 22 at White River

White River (overall placing): Evan Slish, second place, 18:01; Michael Marlow, third, 18:29; Cole Riley, sixth, 19:31; Drew Sprouse, ninth, 19:50; Daniel Johnson, 12th, 20:19; Andrew Rogers, 13th, 20:24; Gavin Simmons, 17th, 21:07.

GIRLS SWIM AND DIVE

Fife 91, Enumclaw 70, White River 18

September 23 at Fife

District qualifying times:

200 medley relay: EHS ‘A’ relay (Tori Massey, Kate Perlot, Anna Bogh, Clara Madewell) and EHS ‘B’ relay (Scarlett Connelly, Lizzie Tolbert, Leanna Walski, Haley Hetzel).

200 individual medley: Anna Bogh (EHS).

50 freestyle: Cheyenne Fessler (WRHS).

500 freesyle: Kate Perlot (EHS), also made state qualifying time.

100 backstroke: Cheyenne Fessler (WRHS) and Tori Massey (EHS).

100 breaststroke: Kate Perlot (EHS) and Clara Madewell (EHS).

400 freestyle relay: EHS ‘A’ team (Bogh, Massey, Madewell, Perlot).

Other highlights: EHS diver Ashley Dickerson placed first and WRHS diver Mackenzie Hale placed second.


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PHOTOS BY KEVIN HANSON The Enumclaw High cross country program hosted its only home meet of the season on the afternoon of Sept. 22. The Hornets hosted Washington and Foss high schools, competing on the 3.1-mile course at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The EHS boys defeated the Washington Patriots, while Foss entered only one runner. On the girls’ side, Washington was the automatic winner as both Enumclaw and Foss could not field a full team. In these photos, Enumclaw’s Evan Cheney, left, and Trevor Storm are at the front of the pack (and went on to claim first and second place, respectively). Shown at the start of the girls’ race are, from left, Enumclaw’s Ahna Lemeshko, Lindsay Essex and Ava Sawyer. For details about the South Puget Sound League 2A meet, see Sports Roundup.

PHOTOS BY KEVIN HANSON The Enumclaw High cross country program hosted its only home meet of the season on the afternoon of Sept. 22. The Hornets hosted Washington and Foss high schools, competing on the 3.1-mile course at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The EHS boys defeated the Washington Patriots, while Foss entered only one runner. On the girls’ side, Washington was the automatic winner as both Enumclaw and Foss could not field a full team. In these photos, Enumclaw’s Evan Cheney, left, and Trevor Storm are at the front of the pack (and went on to claim first and second place, respectively). Shown at the start of the girls’ race are, from left, Enumclaw’s Ahna Lemeshko, Lindsay Essex and Ava Sawyer. For details about the South Puget Sound League 2A meet, see Sports Roundup.

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