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2014 was an amazing year for high school athletics in the Auburn-area. So much so that it's hard to pick just a handful of outstanding team and individual achievements.
It didn't take Katelyn Cooper long to find her passion. When she was only 3, her parents put a Fisher Price camera in her hands.
Freshman Jason Brown had a game-high 14 points as Auburn squeezed past the Steilacoom 43-37 Saturday at the ShoWare Shootout in Kent on Saturday.
Auburn, Auburn Mountainview, Auburn Riverside wrestling previews.
Kyle Jones remembers well the heyday of Auburn Riverside wrestling.
The Auburn Trojans held off the Auburn Riverside boys swimming and diving team on Thursday with a 90-86 score. Ben Schwab was the winner of two events for the Trojans, capturing first in the 200-yard individual medley with a 2 minute, 34.08 second finish and first in the 100 butterfly with a 1:20.01.
Azrayella Montgomery didn't eat up much clock reaching the $100 limit during the Shop With a Cop event at the Auburn Walmart last Saturday.
Students at Auburn High School got a heckuva big treat last Friday – University of Washington senior gridiron standout Danny Shelton, a 2011 Auburn graduate.
Auburn beat district-rival Auburn Riverside in dual wrestling action this past Wednesday, 65-12. The Trojans earned wins from 120-pound Drew Aplin, who beat Raven Evan Polkow with a pin at the 4-minute, 49-second mark, and from 126-pound Balteer Rana, who pinned Noah Afeto at 4:43.
Auburn Riverside senior Carson Heilborn was honored Wednesday as Washington state's Gatorade Volleyball Player of the Year.
The City of Auburn officially kicked off the holiday season this past Saturday with its annual Santa Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting.
The Auburn wrestling squad grappled its way to a second-place finish at this past Saturday's Auburn Invitational, posting 185 points and placing first in four weight classes.
When Jon Price attended Auburn High School the Trojan girls basketball program was no ordinary program.
Auburn, Auburn Mountainview and Auburn Riverside girls basketball previews at a glance.
The Pacific City Council voted unanimously Monday to pass the City's 2015 budget of $28,707,889. "It's always a good sign that we have a balanced budget to move forward into 2015 and are actually meeting some of the requests and needs of the City," Mayor Leanne Guier said. Among the major expenditures of the 2015 budget – which totals about $550,000 less than the 2014 budget – is funding for a new police officer position and the replacement purchase of three new patrol cars for the Pacific Police Department at $50,000 each.
The Auburn Mountainview boys swimming and diving team upended South Puget Sound League 3A rival Peninsula Thursday at Peninsula High School in Gig Harbor. Junior Owen Lempert and senior Luke Lavine led the way for the Lions, each capturing two individual first-places and contributing to the team's relay wins.
Accolades for the Auburn Mountainview football squad keep coming, including last week's announcement of the South Puget Sound League 3A all-league honors.
Auburn Riverside's boys basketball ream is no rebuilding project for new coach Kevin Olson.
The state 3A champion Auburn Riverside volleyball squad dominated the South Puget Sound League 3A all-league list, which was released this past week.
Auburn's Makayla Sonstelie is the South Puget Sound League 3A Offensive Most Valuable Player. Sonstelie, a senior midfielder for the 6-10 Trojans, was also selected to the SPSL 3A All-League first team.