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The Auburn varsity football team kept its state title dreams alive with a 28-14 victory over Woodinville last Friday.
When she’s in the pool it’s easy to see why Thomas Jefferson freshman Amber Cratsenberg is one of the best swimmers in the state.
Finding yourself smack-dab in the midst of one of the most storied Division I rivalries in the history of collegiate athletics can be a daunting thing.
Everybody knew what Julian-Blake Cowan was capable of at the state cross country meet last Saturday in Pasco.
For Auburn senior Jeff Gouveia, it’s not about personal glory or even capturing a state 4A title. Right now, it’s about just playing another week of football with his Trojan teammates.
With the South Puget Sound League North Division title already in their pocket, the Auburn Trojans might not have seemed like they had much to prove last Friday against rival Auburn Riverside.
To say that Auburn Mountainview diver Alexandra Gondry had never been in a pool before this year’s swimming and diving season began would be a bit of an exaggeration – but not by much.
It didn’t take very long for the Auburn Mountainview Lions to put their stamp on their first playoff game in two years, this past Wednesday against Hazen at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner.
It wasn’t exactly the finish Auburn Riverside’s Julian-Blake Cowan was hoping for, but it still wasn’t bad.
Last year at this time, the Auburn Mountainview girls soccer team was not a happy bunch. After a regular season spent slogging through South Puget Sound League 3A competition, the Lions lost their last two games and their chance to play in the postseason. “We tied with Enumclaw and played the last game against them,” said fourth-year coach Cary Davidson.
The game of volleyball might play out on the court, but Auburn Mountainview head coach Momi Bowles believes it’s really won in the hearts and minds of her players.