Ravens’ Lane, Ingram recognized for their performances

  • Friday, December 6, 2019 12:32pm
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Emma Lane, left, and Bri Ingram. COURTESY PHOTOS

Emma Lane, left, and Bri Ingram. COURTESY PHOTOS

Auburn Riverside High School’s Emma Lane, soccer, is the Auburn Reporter’s Athlete of the Week.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?

A: Probably jewelry because I love the teacher and I have made a lot of new friends since being in that class.

Q: What other activities do you participate in?

A: I enjoy running, writing, and hanging out with friends. I also do club soccer, which takes up most of my time but I love it.

Q: Person who has helped you succeed the most?

A: My mom and dad have helped me succeed the most. They are always very supportive of me and always push me to do my best. They have put a lot of time into helping me with all of my sports and I couldn’t ask for a better support system.

Q: Do you have a pre- or post-game tradition? What is it?

A: I like to listen to music before games but nothing specific.

Q: Song you currently can’t get enough of?

A: Probably “Gone Girl” by Iann Dior. I don’t know why, it’s just catchy I guess.

From the Sideline

“Emma capped an amazing season for the Ravens, with a goal in both the state semifinals and the championship game. Emma helped lead the Ravens to a school-best second-place finish at state. On the season she scored eight goals and had four assists. Emma is a tireless worker and selfless teammate. She is willing to do whatever is asked of her to ensure the team’s success. At the state tournament, she was awarded the Sportsmanship Award for her positive temperament on the field.”

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Auburn Riverside High School’s Bri Ingram, volleyball, is the Auburn Reporter’s Athlete of the Week.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?

A: Math.

Q: What other activities do you participate in?

A: I enjoy baking, writing, listening to music and doing yoga.

Q: Person who has helped you succeed the most?

A: My mom. She’s always been so supportive in helping me reach my goals.

Q: Do you have a pre- or post-game tradition? What is it?

A: Before every game I always listen to music and get hyped with my team.

Q: Song you currently can’t get enough of?

A: “Memories in My Head” by Lil Tecca.

From the Sideline

“Brianna finished off another amazing season, leading our team with 65 kills at the state tournament, which placed us in the semifinal match against Lake Stevens. Brianna was also named co-MVP of the NPSL alongside Camden Heilborn and qualified to play in the All-State match on Dec. 8. Brianna is not only a physical leader on the court but also a verbal leader who is constantly encouraging her teammates. Brianna will continue her volleyball career next season at Angelo State (Texas) University.”


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