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Last year, the title got away from them on the final night of the season.
Auburn Riverside quickly got the attention of Auburn ace Colton Brown on Friday afternoon.
Shock waves went through the Auburn baseball program last Wednesday when first-year coach Brian Embery stepped down after just 11 games.
An offense that normally sparkles sputtered a little instead last Thursday afternoon. But the Auburn Riverside Ravens still have the inside track for the South Puget Sound League 3A softball championship.
Before season, no one was looking at Trojans, but everyone is now as they secure the crown First time in first place
Back in the middle of March, it wasn’t even on the radar.
The season hasn’t gone exactly as planned for the Auburn High baseball team.
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That now-legendary long ball is long gone. But near five years after Adriel Foxley’s “holy-cow-did-you-see-that?” home run during a West Central District tournament softball game in Spanaway, seems as if people still remember it.
The Auburn Riverside Ravens figured they’d be young this softball season – and they are.
Nationhood fended off stablemate Chhaya Dance and earned a narrow victory Sunday in a blanket finish of the $50,000 Seattle Handicap for older horses at Emerald Downs.
The pressure was on – and Robyn Saarenas was loving every minute of it.
A couple months ago, Josh Croswell was a long way from being the best javelin thrower in the South Puget Sound League.
One has long been a key cog in Auburn High’s powerhouse baseball program.
Tyson Sykes said he merely was trying to get his teammates involved in the game.