Hornets (EHS)

Enumclaw High’s graduating class of 2020 was honored with a parade and concert Monday afternoon at the Expo Center. The event was put together in a week, following a phone call from country artist Drew Baldridge. More than 200 vehicles gathered on the midway, filled with grads, family and friends. After Baldridge performed three songs, the crowd was led from the Expo Center by grad Cooper Hanson in a John Deere tractor. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Special events highlight EHS Class of 2020

Hornets had an afternoon graduation parade and concert at the Enumclaw Expo Center, followed by an evening program aired on ECTV.

 

Athletes, coaches, parents and fans throughout the state are waiting for news about the start of the fall athletic season. Once gatherings are permitted, coaches will be able to work with players (like in this photo with Enumclaw football coach Mark Gunderson teaching technique) and players can hit the field. File photo by Kevin Hanson

Calendar for start of high school sports uncertain

The fall sports season could start in August, or it could be pushed to September.

 

New superintendent chosen to lead Enumclaw School District

Dr. Shaun Carey hails from the Franklin Pierce school system.

 

Districts changing summer nutrition programs, making food available to more kids

Enumclaw is expanding to four new locations for food pickups, and White River is adding a second.

Enumclaw High students earn state FFA honors

Together, these eight students have completed a combined 2,880 hours of classroom instruction and 2,400 hours of work on their Supervised Agricultural Experience projects.

Graham tabbed to lead Enumclaw High girls hoop program

Danny Graham has built an impressive record as a coach, leading teams to wining records, state tournaments and, eventually, to the medal stand. Now, he’s… Continue reading

White River seventh in state Scholastic Cup standings

Several Enumclaw teams also placed well in the state-wide contest.

How is graduation going to look for the class of 2020?

School administrators are working on several different options, but nothing is set in stone yet.

Superintendent Nelson to lead statewide professional learning program for school administration

He has been an administrator in the Enumclaw School District for more than two decades.

Enumclaw, White River headed to same league in the fall

Sports may be cancelled for the rest of this school year, but the fall looks to be bringing some exciting changes.

White River tracksters, soccer players waiting for spring athletic season

With a bunch of veteran players returning, the boys Hornet soccer team is starting this season in a good position.

Spring should be busy for EHS sports, but it’s all taking a break

Let’s hope the coronavirus won’t affect this season’s sports too badly.

Enumclaw High baseball, softball teams seeking diamond wins

The boys team is seeing many veterans return, while the girls lost some players to graduation.

Enumclaw swimmers, diver take part in state Class 4A competition

Ricky Bonthuis placed eighth in the diving competition.

Both White River teams headed to 2A state hoops

But the Enumclaw girl’s shot at state came up short.

White River girls claim state wrestling title, boys place third in 2A ranks

White River High wrestlers were the cream of the Mat Classic crop this year, as the Hornets girls battled their way to a state championships… Continue reading

Three local hoop teams stay alive in district tournaments

White River’s boys and girls team, plus EHS’ gils team, are still battling to get to state.

Area wrestlers advancing in postseason tournaments

Both Enumclaw and White River have more than a few top-performing athletes.

Enumclaw, White River basketball squads qualify for district play

The WRHS girls once again are one of the favorites to take the state championship.

Football futures signed during ceremony at Enumclaw High

Hornets Jackson McCann, Jackson Nielsen, Connor Uhde and Fulton Gunderson all hope for a successful post-high school sports career.

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