Enumclaw's streak of dual-meet wrestling victories against league opponents is halfway to a hundred, but victory No. 50 didn't come easily. Enumclaw junior Zack Anderson edged...
KENT Enumclaw’s streak of dual-meet wrestling victories against league opponents is halfway to a hundred, but victory No. 50 didn’t come easily.
Enumclaw junior Zack Anderson edged Kentwood freshman Nick Zagrafos 9-7 in the final match of the night at 135 pounds to preserve a 36-29 South Puget Sound League North Division victory by the Hornets last night.
Kentwood, trailing 33-29 going into the final match, needed a major decision by Zagrafos to stop the Hornets’ streak.
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It was the 50th consecutive victory by Enumclaw against SPSL North opponents. The Hornets (2-0) got No. 49 Wednesday, 40-27 over Kentlake.
Enumclaw’s last SPSL North loss was seven seasons ago, to Tahoma.
Enumclaw might not be the top team in the division this season. Auburn is very strong and Tahoma is also among contenders.