Hornets (WRHS)

Sunny skies greet track and field athletes at Arrow Lumber Stadium Thursday afternoon. Enumclaw High made the trek across the river to take on their Buckley hosts, but headed home on the short end of the scoring. Here, Enumclaw's Ellie DeGroot clears a hurdle on the way to victory; also, a trio of White River runners complete a first lap on the track. Photo by Kevin Hanson

White River prevails on home track, both girls and boys earn victories

WRHS boys emerged victorious with an 87.5-41.5 victory against EHS, while the girls came out on top 74-62.

 

Shelby Moore shows off some of the impressive hardware she earned during a championship effort at wrestling nationals. Submitted photo

Shelby Moore captures trio of national wrestling championships

Moore is a 15-year-old sophomore at White River High School.

 

White River's Friday night victory over the visiting Washington Patriots was sparked by a ground attack. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Season 1 sports: all finished except golf, football

The annual Battle of the Bridge is this Friday, April 2.

White River's Friday night victory over the visiting Washington Patriots was sparked by a ground attack. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Football
Football
Buckley's Payton Stroud, left, competes during the national collegiate championships. Photo courtesy McKendree University Athletics

Buckley’s Payton Stroud fifth at national wrestling championships

The former Hornet helped her team retain their championship title.

Buckley's Payton Stroud, left, competes during the national collegiate championships. Photo courtesy McKendree University Athletics
golf

White River slips past Enumclaw on golf course

The White River boys barely topped the EHS Hornets 71-69.

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With strict limitations on attendance, there have been few fans at SPSL 2A sporting events. This photo, with most-empty seats, was from White River's season-opening football game. Photo by Kevin Hanson
With strict limitations on attendance, there have been few fans at SPSL 2A sporting events. This photo, with most-empty seats, was from White River's season-opening football game. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Enumclaw High's Royal Snyder outruns Mount Tahoma defenders during the early stages of Friday night's lopsided Hornet victory. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Enumclaw High's Royal Snyder outruns Mount Tahoma defenders during the early stages of Friday night's lopsided Hornet victory. Photo by Kevin Hanson
soccer

Soccer teams undefeated; offenses explode

Both the White River and Enumclaw teams are scoring like they’ve never before.

soccer
White River's Cheyenne Fessler. Photo by Kevin Hanson

First meet for local swim and dive squads

Enumclaw and White River faced off Clover Park virtually on March 4.

White River's Cheyenne Fessler. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Football
Football
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Seasons will overlap during condensed sports calendar

A reminder on how the remaining school sports will play out this year.

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White River's offense received a second-half spark from quarterback Yaz Metzenberg, shown here running for a first down. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Opening week of football brings losses for Enumclaw, White River

WRHS fell to the Trojans, while EHS met their match against Steilacoom.

White River's offense received a second-half spark from quarterback Yaz Metzenberg, shown here running for a first down. Photo by Kevin Hanson
The Enumclaw High Hornets practicing on their home field Feb. 10. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Enumclaw, WR football teams to kick off season this weekend

White River begins with a home-field advantage Friday, while Enumclaw travels to an away game Saturday.

The Enumclaw High Hornets practicing on their home field Feb. 10. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
SPSL 2A football teams will play a short, six-game schedule.

Shift into Phase 2 paves the way for high school sports

Football turnouts are planned for Feb. 10, while other sports start Feb. 15.

SPSL 2A football teams will play a short, six-game schedule.
White River football players were running through drills last week, with masks in place and players spread throughout the practice field. Here, coach Jesse Reeves leads the way while Jayden Sams hands off to Ossyan Williams. Football practice for real is set to begin Feb. 10. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Schedules set for high school Season 1, games to begin week of Feb. 22

With King and Pierce County moving to Phase 2, sports will be starting up soon.

White River football players were running through drills last week, with masks in place and players spread throughout the practice field. Here, coach Jesse Reeves leads the way while Jayden Sams hands off to Ossyan Williams. Football practice for real is set to begin Feb. 10. Photo by Kevin Hanson
It's been a while since local schools have been able to practice sports. Pictured is Coach Mark Gunderson working on technique with one of his players during an Aug. 28, 2019 practice. Photo by Kevin Hanson

At EHS and White River, football to begin Feb. 10, other sports to follow

Golf looks to be the only fall sport not starting next month.

It's been a while since local schools have been able to practice sports. Pictured is Coach Mark Gunderson working on technique with one of his players during an Aug. 28, 2019 practice. Photo by Kevin Hanson
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White River High taking nominations for Year 2 Hall of Fame inductees

Here’s what you need to know to nominate a sports legend from your time at WRHS.

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At Enumclaw and White River High, sports are on hold until late December

At Enumclaw and White River High, sports are on hold until late December

December, March, and April will be busy months for student athletes.

At Enumclaw and White River High, sports are on hold until late December
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