Not being an American, I've got no idea what an "area audition" is for, but I'm just baffled as to why the saxophone repertoire appears to include items which are actually impossible to play without pausing for breath in places where breaths destroy the flow of the music. I'm assuming the two etudes are two of a fixed choice of pieces which must be played?
In the middle of the first piece there are clearly thirteen consecutive bars of semiquavers without a single rest or longer note. At that speed one simply can't play it without breaking the beat to breathe, and I don't think the piece lends itself to much rubato which could be used as an excuse to take a leisurely breath anywhere in that passage.
I think it's silly. If you want to play that piece, play it on a string instrument, not a wind! Who decides this repertoire? And do they expect circular breathing as standard, or something?