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Athletes of the Week -- April 2-7

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  • Mountlake Terrace catcher Austin Johnson practices his bunting during baseball practice earlier this season.

    Chris Goodenow / The Weekly Herald

    Mountlake Terrace catcher Austin Johnson practices his bunting during baseball practice earlier this season.

  • Glacier Peak's Jonathan Linney (11) battles Lynnwood forward Momodou Drammeh for the ball as Kyle Bjornethun (3) looks on Saturday at Glacier Peak Hig...

    Annie Mulligan / For The Herald

    Glacier Peak's Jonathan Linney (11) battles Lynnwood forward Momodou Drammeh for the ball as Kyle Bjornethun (3) looks on Saturday at Glacier Peak High School in Everett. The Grizzlies shut out the Lynnwood Royals 6-0.

AUSTIN JOHNSON
Baseball | Mountlake Terrace
The Hawks catcher had two doubles, a triple and a two-run home run in a pair of wins over Oak Harbor and caught all 17 innings of Mountlake Terrace's three wins last week in which it outscored opponents 35-1.
KIANA SMITH
Softball | Lakewood
The Cougars second baseman finished the week 7-for-11 with two doubles, two home runs and 11 RBI as Lakewood went 3-1 and outscored its opponents 50-11 in the three wins.
MOMODOU DRAMMEH
Boys soccer | Lynnwood
The Royals forward scored a goal and assisted on one in each of Lynnwood's two wins last week, including a win over Marysville Getchell that catapulted the Royals into second place in Wesco 3A.
MEERA LIMAYE
Girls tennis | Shorecrest
The Scots No. 1 singles player handed Francesca O'Malley her first loss of the season 6-1, 6-0 and Shorecrest beat Shorewood for the first time in eight years.
BLAKE MCPHERSON
Track | Arlington
The Eagles athlete threw the javelin 198 feet, 1 inch to win the event by nearly 16 feet at the Birger Solberg Invite and lead Arlington to a first-place finish in the boys competition. The throw was just 16 inches off of a personal best.
CASSIE MCKINLEY
Golf | Shorewood
The Shorewood golfer scored 35 modified Stableford points -- 11 more than the next golfer -- to earn medalist honors and lead the Thunderbirds past Shorecrest by two points in a match between the crosstown rivals.

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