Auburn Riverside has great week, TJ tennis guarantees league split | Around the Sound Sports podcast

In this episode, lots of tightly contested teams went at it from the Week of Oct. 2-6. Lindbergh High School girls soccer took down Renton 2-0. Thomas Jefferson boys tennis took down Auburn Riverside to potentially split the 2023 league championship. But Raven freshman Jeremy Yang won his match to remain undefeated this season. Auburn Riverside volleyball remains unbeaten in league with a straight set victory over Kentlake. The final leg of this Auburn Riverside heavy episode looks at Raven football, who won big over Todd Beamer 54-14.

Around the Sound Sports podcast is hosted by Ben Ray. Email benjamin.ray@soundpublishing.com.

Around the Sound Sports podcast is hosted by Ben Ray. Email benjamin.ray@soundpublishing.com.

Welcome back to the Around the Sound Sports podcast, the only podcast of its kind in the area. In this episode, lots of tightly contested teams went at it from the Week of Oct. 2-6. Lindbergh High School girls soccer took down Renton 2-0. Thomas Jefferson boys tennis took down Auburn Riverside to potentially split the 2023 league championship. But Raven freshman Jeremy Yang won his match to remain undefeated this season. Auburn Riverside volleyball remains unbeaten in league with a straight set victory over Kentlake. The final leg of this Auburn Riverside heavy episode looks at Raven football, who won big over Todd Beamer 54-14.

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