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It was a close call, with the WRHS Hornets scoring the winning goal in the last moments.
It was a good Friday for both Hornet teams.
Golf, volleyball, track, swim, and tennis teams are all gearing up.
EHS quickly broke away from their rivals, ending the game at 36-14.
Cam Brauer will be the Hornet’s new quarterback this year.
Many new staff members have joined the ranks of the Enumclaw, White River, and Carbonado school districts.
Kyndra Rademacher plans to attend Boise State University in the fall.
The ribbon cutting for the new music wing is Aug. 28 at 5 p.m., though the open house lasts until 8.
The event is Thursday, Aug. 8, at the high school.
Riders from EHS and WRHS took first place in the regional event.
This year saw 28 athletes on the team.
The reunion is set for Aug. 3.
Principal Aaron Lee is stepping down at EHS, and will be replaced by Athletic Director Phil Engebretsen.
Among the athletes are EHS’ Carson Christiansen and WRHS’ Jackson Gibbon.
Enumclaw took third amongst all the other large programs.
The Enumclaw doubles team fared less well.
The EHS boys placed ninth overall in the 4A competition.
WRHS’ Brooke Gelinas took fourth overall, finishing at 154.
Emily Miller and Emma McKeighen placed fifth in the district tourney.
The EHS boys placed fifth in district play, and was the only local team to send the whole squad to state.