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The Hornet player was ousted in the third round.
The White River Hornet will now be traveling around the state for the next year.
Hornet Georgia Lavinder tied for 27th.
The Panthers beat out Snohomish 8-5.
Morgan Budinich, Lacee Lisherness, Noelle Mills, Keegan Strobeck, Megan Vandegrift and Hope Baldyga are committed to playing college sports.
Tatiana Molinero-Ceras earned a state title by lifting a total of 650 pounds.
White River, Enumclaw and Sumner are heading to state.
Fastpitch, soccer, track and field, water polo, and baseball teams from all four local high schools are ready to take on the state championships.
Hornet girls Taylor Schmidtke, Hannah Swettenam and Camryn Berryhill placed first in all their events.
White River’s Payton Stroud and Sumner High’s Nicole Clark battled their way to the title round of the recent USMC Girls Folkstyle National Championships. When… Continue reading
Panther softball, White River softball and Sumner tennis are starting out with big wins.
Andrew Alonzo and Danny McCarragher traveled to California after securing the state title.
Lacrosse team aims to improve last year’s 4th place standing
The baseball team placed second in the 2A League last year, but fell quickly in the West Central District tournament.
The Hornets lost to Black Hills 60-46, ending their state run.
They read “Snowmen All Year” with first graders from Wilkeson Elementary.
The two Hornets teams could make it to the Final Four at state.
She’s ranked 10th in the nation in the 122-pound weight class.
Hornet Payton Shroud took second in the 120 pound weight class.