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A trio of All-South Puget Sound League players – one each from Auburn High, Auburn Mountainview and Jefferson – will be part of this summer’s annual East-West All-State football game.
From an early age Raimey Iselin learned how fleeting and precious her time on the mat was.
The frustration is evident in Zack Gagnon’s voice.
The Thomas Jefferson baseball team shook the South Puget Sound League North Division standings on Tuesday with a 6-5 victory against sixth-ranked Kentlake.
Auburn Riverside and Franklin Pierce remained knotted for first place in the SPSL 3A standings, and Auburn stayed right on their heels, as all three teams won last Friday afternoon.
A legendary rider returned to the winner’s circle. Another one reached a milestone victory. And a familiar horse was the opening-night winner during the season’s first weekend of racing at Emerald Downs.
The weather was far from perfect last Friday afternoon. But Amanda Fitzsimmons?
The challenge is clear, as Dave Hanson sees it:
Auburn High baseball coach Brian Embery stepped down from his post Wednesday morning following just 11 games with the program.
Last year, the title got away from them on the final night of the season.