Trojans’ Sena, Kramer recognized for their performances

  • Friday, December 13, 2019 10:30am
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Gabe Sena and Rayne Kramer. COURTESY PHOTOS

Gabe Sena and Rayne Kramer. COURTESY PHOTOS

Auburn High School’s Gabe Sena, wrestling, is the Auburn Reporter’s Male Athlete of the Week.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?

A: Civics with Mrs. Moore.

Q: What other activities do you participate in?

A: Singing and dancing in Show Choir.

Q: Person who has helped you succeed the most?

A: My dad.

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

A: I don’t wash my knee pad.

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

A: “Feelin It” by Jay Z

From the Sideline

“Gabe Sena won the Auburn Invite at 126 pounds in dominating fashion this past weekend. In his final season, Gabe is looking to finish at the top of the podium at the state tournament. As a senior captain this year, he has been a tremendous leader for both the returning wrestlers and the boys who are new to the program. Gabe has been to the state tournament the last two years and is building on that experience to help him achieve his goal this season.”

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Auburn High School’s Rayne Kramer, wrestling, is the Auburn Reporter’s Female Athlete of the Week.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?

A: Math.

Q: What other activities do you participate in?

A: Longboarding and listening to music.

Q: Person who has helped you succeed the most?

A: My dad.

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

A: I listen to music to hype myself up before a match.

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

A: “Nights Like This” by Kehlani

From the Sideline

“Auburn girls wrestling had a great week of competition. We competed at Muckleshoot High School and the Yelm “Jump On In” tournament. Although all of the lady wrestlers did well, junior Rayne Kramer really stood out. Rayne won her match at the Muckleshoot jamboree and was one match away from placing at the Yelm tournament, which included more than 400 wrestlers


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