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Published: Tuesday, May 1, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Athletes of the Week -- April 23-28

  • Mountlake Terrace pitcher Maddy Kristjanson delivers a pitch during a recent game.

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Mountlake Terrace pitcher Maddy Kristjanson delivers a pitch during a recent game.

  • Kamiak's Tyler Uddin kicks the ball during a game against Edmonds-Woodway last week.

    Chris Goodenow / The Weekly Herald

    Kamiak's Tyler Uddin kicks the ball during a game against Edmonds-Woodway last week.

JAMES BARNARD
Baseball | Granite Falls
The Tigers catcher hit a two-run home run in a win over Coupeville and was 5-for-6 with two doubles and two RBI as the Tigers swept Lakewood to tie the Cougars for third Cascade Conference playoff berth.
MADDY KRISTJANSON
Softball | Mountlake Terrace
The Hawks pitcher had two complete-game victories and had a great week at the plate, hitting three home runs and going 7-for-7 in two wins as the Hawks went 4-0 to insert themselves in the Wesco 3A race.
TYLER UDDIN
Boys soccer | Kamiak
The Knights forward scored two goals in a big 3-0 win over rival Mariner and had another goal in a 5-0 win over Edmonds-Woodway as Kamiak leapfrogged the Marauders into second place in the Wesco South standings.
SIERRA WRIGHT AND PARKER BAHNER
Girls tennis | Glacier Peak
The Grizzlies' No. 2 doubles team came from behind and beat Everett's Kelsey Calvert and Amber Smith 2-6, 7-6 (7-2), 7-5 to lead Glacier Peak to a 4-3 victory as the Grizzlies went 2-0 last week.
TAY'LOR EUBANKS
Track | Cascade
The Bruins triple jumper jumped 47 feet, 2.5 inches in a meet with Edmonds-Woodway to record this year's longest jump in the state in all classifications.
HARRISON PRICE
Golf | South Whidbey
The Falcons golfer shot a 1-under-par 54 at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club to propel South Whidbey to first place in the final Cascade Conference match of the season.

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