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Folks from all area school will be heading to state this year.
Enumclaw, White River and Sumner are moving on, but the Bonney Lake Panthers have ended their season.
Check out the various paths White River, Bonney Lake, Enumclaw, and Sumner will have to travel to get into state competitions.
Gabe will receive his honors with the Seahawks on Nov. 15 before their game with the Packers.
This season is all over, so check out who is going to spring tournaments and who is already qualified for state.
Enumclaw remains undefeated, but all four schools saw wins last weekend.
Enumclaw football and golf, White River soccer and golf, and Bonney Lake and Sumner soccer lead their leagues.
White River also came out with a win, but Bonney Lake and Sumner had rough games.
The relay consisted of nearly 16 miles per runner.
White River and Sumner also had good games, but Bonney Lake fell to Lincoln.
The Sumner Spartans fell to their Puyallup opponents 37-7.
Both the Sumner Spartans and Enumclaw Hornets continued their hot starts, while the White River crew picked up their opening win of the campaign.
The Hornets return a handful of volleyball players from last year’s team that went undefeated during the regular season and placed fourth at the Class 2A state tournament.
Last season’s team fell short of making the state playoffs, dropping a loser-out contest to River Ridge, and most of those Hornets were lost to graduation. It’s up to their replacements to take the next step.
Enumclaw part of the league’s shift to three divisions, White River has new league neighbor.
Several Panthers and Hornets took to the mats at the USMC Cadet and Junior Nationals in July.
She was ranked in the top 10 back in February, but seems she won’t stop until she’s on top.
White River’s Megan Vandegrift and Bonney Lake’s Brooke Nelson were among the top players this year.
Check out which local athletes were honored this spring season
The Hornet player was ousted in the third round.