Auburn Riverside comes away with fourth at 4A state volleyball

Ravens split four matches, finish solid season

  • Monday, November 25, 2019 10:11am
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Auburn Riverside split four matches and came away with a fourth-place finish at the 4A state volleyball tournament at the SunDome in Yakima over the weekend.

The Ravens took their first two matches over Mead of Spokane and Emerald Ridge – both in four games – on Friday.

AR dropped its semifinal match to Lake Stevens in four games last Saturday and dropped a five-game encounter with Graham Kapowsin in a match for third place.

Tahoma defeated Lake Stevens for the title.

The Ravens finished the season 18-6 with the North Puget Sound League Olympic Division title.

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