Saratoga Passage, the all-time leading Washington-Bred money-earner, has died from colic, co-owner Helen Beck said. Saratoga Passage, who was 23…
She often leaves the boys eating her dirt.
Meet Brittany Schreiber, a fast and furious competitor on four wheels.
“I got the need for speed,” said the quietly confident Auburn girl, a regional race champion who turns 12 today. “Yeah, I beat (the boys).
“It’s kind of weird,” said Brittany, who will be a seventh-grader at Mt. Baker Middle School this fall. “The people I race against on the track are my friends. But on the track, it’s all business. We all want to beat each other.”
Marcus Brooks scored two dramatic touchdowns – one on an interception return, the other on a kick return – and Tank Proctor also found the end zone twice as the King County Jaguars opened their minor league football season on Saturday with a 44-7 rout of the Kitsap County Bears at French Field.
Ariana Kukors, an Auburn Mountainview High graduate, finished sixth in the 400-meter individual medley finals on Sunday during the first day of action at the U.S. Olympic swim trials in Omaha, Neb.
Bumps. Tumbling falls to the pavement. More bruises than one has fingers and toes on which to count.
Not exactly a relaxing day at the office.
But for Auburn’s Kyndall Bayard and many others who comprise Dockyard Derby Dames roller derby league in Tacoma, it adds up to a sport that provides a relief from the ordinary.
He has played some of the world’s greatest courses. Pebble Beach. Shinnecock Hills. St. Andrews.
But Doug Campbell’s first touch of golf glory came in his early teens at Linden in Puyallup, where he grew up and went to high school. And earlier this month, that connection yielded a cherished honor for him.
The man who is best known around here for his longtime tenure as the head pro at Auburn Golf Course was inducted into the Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame.