Lions fall to Hornets, reach playoffs as NPSL Olympic’s No. 4 seed

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Enumclaw rushed for 425 yards to defeat Auburn Riverside 42-3 on Thursday to clinch the North Puget Sound League Olympic Division football title at Auburn Memorial Stadium.

Enumclaw (8-1) hosts Skyline (6-3), the No. 4 seed from KingCo, in a district playoff game this Friday.

Auburn Mountainview (4-5) plays at Puyallup (8-1), the SPSL’s top seed, at 7 p.m. Friday.

The Lions played without all-purpose threat Talan Alfrey, who sprained his knee last week but hopes to return to the lineup next week.

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