Congratulations Sahanie Shell. Intent to play soccer at Saint Martins Univ.
Congratulations to Andy Starkel and TJ Moffat!! Playing in the all-state football game (June 30th) means they will spend a week practicing and playing in Moses Lake. To help pay for their hotel and food they are required to sell tickets. Tickets are $10 each. Consider helping these athletes represent Auburn Riverside by buying a ticket to the game.
ARHS Students representing Auburn at the Passing the Torch at the Bellevue Arts Museum. Not only did every entry win, but we won first place in all three categories a first for us). If you are in downtown Bellevue in the next couple of months, please check out the work at BAM (its on the first floor so it is free to see the show)! [Click on the link to see our winners]
band students qualified for the State Solo & Ensemble Contest back in
February. They competed this last weekend at the WIAA/WMEA State Solo &
Ensemble Contest at CWU:
(Robin Wessel, Erin McGranaghan, Kate Hon, Chaz Bracken, Kaitlyn Enrico)
(Evan Polkow, Joseph Nguyen, Kevin Dao, Khue Nguyen)
Quartet (Elliott Crawford, Erin McGranaghan, Hailey Wagner, Mya Wagner)
Superior Ratings AND Placed in the top three in the state:
(Hailey Wagner, Elliott Crawford, Chaz Bracken, Mya Wagner, Kasey Green)
ARHS Speech and
Debate Team competed in five events at the State Individual Events Tournament
on Saturday. Kristina Pogosian in Humorous Interpretation and Duo
Interpretation with Andres Madrigal, Andres also in Humorous Interpretation,
Sara Koenig in Oratory, and Mei Eldridge in Interpretive Reading.
Kristina and Andres placed 3rd in 4A Duo Interpretation and earned another
automatic bid to the National Individual Events Tournament of Champions
(NIETOC). Andres is a finalist in Humorous Interpretation and earned his
second bid to NIETOC. Kristina is the state champion in Humorous
Interpretation. Together they placed ARHS 5th in Sweepstakes among all 4A
schools attending the tournament. Both will be attending NIETOC in Kansas
City, MO in May to compete in Humorous and Duo Interpretation. Kristina
has qualified for the National Speech and Debate Association's National
Tournament that will be held in Birmingham, AL, in June.
Congratulations Coach Miller and
Coach Jones! Please be sure to
congratulate winter sport coaches Christian
Miller and Kyle Jones. Both were named
NPSL Olympic Division “Coaches of the
Year”, joining Bill Sumner, Bruce Diehl,
Patrick McKeehan, and Marcus Yzaguirre.
Congratulations Jim Wickens! At this
weekend’s WITEA Conference in
Wenatchee, Jim was awarded the
Washington Industrial Technology
Education Association Program of the Year
award! This award is given in recognition of
his exemplary work and performance, as well
as his commitment and dedication to
furthering his students’ future. Please help
me in congratulating Jim for his award! Way
to go Jim!
Congratulations to Keegan Dolan for his signed letter of intent to play for PLU!
Congratulations to ARHS Wrestling Champs. Coach Kyle Jones
Mrs. Sue Neu
Auburn Riverside teacher, is the 2016 Teacher of Excellence from The Evergreen State College. Way to GO!!
Congratulations to the following band students who were nominated and
selected to the Northwest Honor Band at Pacific Lutheran University! Students
were accepted based on music excellence and ability to perform at a high level. Congratulations to our Raven band students
for being accepted: Kate Hon, Robin Wessel, Jeremy Willsey, Chris ManryDaniel
Bronitskiy, Gared Contawe, Erin McGranaghan, Elliott Crawford, Mya Wagner, Hailey Wagner.
CONGRATULATIONS: The ARHS Speech and Debate team competed at the Tahoma High
School Tournament this past weekend. The following students earned awards:
Kristina Pogosian – 2nd
in Open Humorous Interpretation and a state bid
Andres Madrigal – 1st
in Novice Humorous Interpretation
Hailey Bragg – Finalist in
Open Interpretive Reading
Mei Eldridge – 1st
in Novice Interpretive Reading
Congratulations on their
Congratulation - This Sunday at the IWF Youth World Weightlifting
Championships, Harrison Maurus won all three silver medals in his 77KG weight class.
It is a monumental accomplishment for Harrison and Team USA. He also finished 2nd overall at the Youth World Championship.
Yeh-Sun Lee is finishing a 2 year position on the Washington Association of Student Leaders Executive Board. AWSL is sponsored by the Association of Washington School Principals. Yeh-Sun has represented students across the state of Washington and at Auburn Riverside with excellence.
Andy Tu auditioned on cello and won a concerto competition with the Tacoma Youth Symphony! He will be performing with one of the Tacoma Youth Sympho-ny orchestras as a featured soloist!
Visual Communications Contract Study kids were selected to work with Lake-land Hills Elementary school students and staff, under the supervision of principal Colleen Barlow, to produce a short training video for the Auburn School District concerning Emergency Drill preparation. The production crew included Sean Canonica, Brandon Canonica, Micaela Boettcher, James Lear, Sam Gingrich and Abbigail Dohse.
LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Boys Tennis, Boys Cross Country, Girls Swim-ming, and Volleyball are all league champions! All finished the season 7-0 in league.
Girls Golf: Jennifer Kim won the NPSL individual championship tournament at Gold Mountain shooting two rounds of 76 and has qualified for the 4A State Tournament which will be held in the spring. Jennifer has been the tournament champion now for three years. Nicole Matatios has also qualified for the state tournament by finishing 8th shooting 88 and 83 respectively. Congrats to them both!
Colby Tong in tennis was the overall NPSL league champion in the league and has qualified for State in the Spring.
Boys Cross Country team qualified for the State Meet!
Volleyball is league Champs! The 2016 ARHS volleyball team is headed to the West Central District tournament as the #1 seed from the North Puget Sound League. Their first game is Friday, November 4th at 1:45 at Auburn Moun-tainview! Come support this amazing team!
Girls Soccer is 10-4 in league, has locked up 2nd place.
Football:Took 3rd place in the league and will be heading to State playoffs. The team’s first playoff game is at 7pm in Monroe Friday, November 4th.
Girls Cross Country qualified for the WCD championships.
Water Polo is .500 in league.