Lions tumble; Ravens edge Trojans 9-8

Despite Nate Weeldreyer’s complete-game gem, Auburn Mountainview dropped a 3-2 North Puget Sound League Olympic Division baseball game to visiting Enumclaw on Tuesday night.

The Lions dropped to 7-6 in the division, 7-11 overall. The Hornets moved to 6-6 and 9-7.

Weeldreyer struck out 12, walked two and allowed three hits over seven innings. He also doubled and tripled.

Hayden Byorick drove in two runs to lead the Lions.

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Auburn Riverside 9, at Auburn 8: Alex Sugi and Giovanni Parascondola each doubled and drove in two runs and Preston Heurion homered as the Ravens (5-8, 9-9) defeated the Trojans (4-9, 7-11) in Olympic play.

Sam Spicciati took the win. Juan Hernandez took the loss. Jace Graves homered and drove in three runs for the Trojans.

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