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ADAM BARRETT, AR girls basketball
Update on Auburn’s
Kevin Radke was riding high last weekend at Emerald Downs.
JULIAN-BLAKE COWAN, Auburn Riverside
Garrett Rutledge was a wanted man.
Broadcast sporting events in Western Washington for June 7 through June 11.
A listing of recreational sports events and announcements in Auburn.
A quick look at the best of the best in 2008 Auburn high school sports.
At first, it just doesn’t sound quite right: Katie Grad not a basketball star? Weird. But it’s true. The girl who became a catalyst for Auburn Riverside High School’s back-to-back Class 3A state championships wasn’t that much of a hoopaholic when she first walked through the school’s doors in 2004.
A total of 15 older fillies and mares have been nominated for Sunday’s $50,000 Washington State Legislators Stakes at Emerald Downs. The speedy Jerry Hollendorfer-trained filly Private Dreams is likely to be the betting favorite in the 6 ½-furlong event. The 4-year-old Johannesburg filly beat many of these same horses in the May 18 Hastings Park Handicap at Emerald. She sprinted to the early lead and never looked back, powering home by 5 ¾ lengths while establishing a stakes record of 1:08 3/5 for 6 furlongs.
This past month, Sean Packer capped his collegiate golfing career with the Western Washington Vikings with a third-place performance at the NCAA Division II men’s golf tournament.
Margo’s Gift finished with a late surge inside and posted a neck victory over Easy Going Cecil in the $60,000 Pepsi-Cola Handicap for 3-year-olds on Sunday at Emerald Downs.
Good morning, Rui.
The Kukors sister act came up big in the NCAA women’s swimming championships last weekend.
A pair of big scoring runs – one to start the game, and another to finish the second quarter – helped the Seamount League get the job done against their South Puget Sound League 3A counterparts on Friday night.
While teammates score goals, Jermaine Haller takes pride in helping deny them to AR’s foes
Picture this: When she’s not studying or playing tennis … or playing soccer … or singing in the choir … Ali Burnside puts her artistic skills to work.