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Among the athletes are EHS’ Carson Christiansen and WRHS’ Jackson Gibbon.
Enumclaw took third amongst all the other large programs.
The Hornets beat out Tahoma 6-5 to take first in district play, but fared less well in the state games.
The Enumclaw doubles team fared less well.
The EHS boys placed ninth overall in the 4A competition.
The Hornets lost against Ephrita and Lakewood, ousting them from the state competition.
WRHS’ Brooke Gelinas took fourth overall, finishing at 154.
The EHS boys placed fifth in district play, and was the only local team to send the whole squad to state.
The Hornets’ first game is Friday, May 24.
The Hornets fell 9-3 to the Ridgefield Spudders.
The state meet is May 23 - 25.
EHS team of Gracelyn Boren, Dustin Clarke, Daisy Ruvalcaba and Lane Williams took first in the FARM for Kids event.
Koner McCoy, Ella Moyer and Emily Nelsen all took third in their weight categories.
Their first game is this Saturday, May 18, against the Spudders.
Baseball, softball, and track are still going strong, while their soccer team has ended their season.
EHS’ Carson Christensen took first place in the long jump at the Shoreline Invitational.
The schools bested both the Orting and Bethel girls and boys teams respectively.
Nationally-ranked wrestler Payton Stroud will be heading to Illinois.
Enumclaw’s girls 4x400 relay team sits in the No. 1 spot.
WRHS players managed an impressive nine-run first inning.