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The Buckley student ranks No. 17 in the nation in his age group.
If sports start up again, White River and Enumclaw will be in the same league.
The fall sports season could start in August, or it could be pushed to September.
Enumclaw is expanding to four new locations for food pickups, and White River is adding a second.
A multitude of local students are ready to take their athleticism to the next level.
Submission deadline is June 12.
Several Enumclaw teams also placed well in the state-wide contest.
The annual car show is normally hosted at the Log Show fairgrounds, but COVID-19 made the local students pivot.
School administrators are working on several different options, but nothing is set in stone yet.
The White River School District was quick to tackle distance learning during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Sports may be cancelled for the rest of this school year, but the fall looks to be bringing some exciting changes.
Here are where some Buckley athletes have taken their talents around Washington and California.
Watch out for the spring version of the Battle of the Bridge this Friday, March 13.
Both the girls and boys team fell early in the state tournament.
The boys team hasn’t gone to state since placing second in 2012.
But the Enumclaw girl’s shot at state came up short.
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
White River’s boys and girls team, plus EHS’ gils team, are still battling to get to state.
Both Enumclaw and White River have more than a few top-performing athletes.
The WRHS girls once again are one of the favorites to take the state championship.