Auburn’s Jacklynn Smith holds the ball away from Enumclaw during NPSL Olympic Division play Tuesday night. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Auburn’s Jacklynn Smith holds the ball away from Enumclaw during NPSL Olympic Division play Tuesday night. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

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Jacklyn Smith scored 16 points and Jaya Harshman had 14 but Auburn dropped a 44-41 North Puget Sound League Olympic Division girls basketball game to Enumclaw on Tuesday night at Auburn High School’s Bob Jones Gymnasium.

The loss snapped the Trojans’ five-game winning streak. Auburn is tied for second place in the division with a 6-3 record, 8-6 overall. Enumclaw improved to 5-4 and 8-7.

Rebecca Thareek finished with nine points for Auburn, which rallied in the fourth quarter but came up short.

Elsewhere

At Thomas Jefferson 59, Auburn Riverside 54: Brooke Dye erupted for 30 points, four rebounds and three steals in the Ravens’ NPSL Olympic loss to the Raiders (6-3, 1203) on Tuesday night.

Kashe Stansberry had 11 points and Autumn Lee added eight for Auburn Riverside (1-8, 2-12).

At Todd Beamer 64, Auburn Mountainview 46: Chasity Spady scored 18 points and Aaliyah Alexander had 17 as the front-running Titans (9-0, 10-2) downed the Lions (5-4, 8-6) in NPSL Olympic play Tuesday.

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