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Athletes of the Week


The best prep performances from the week of March 11-16

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Ian Hughes
Kamiak | Baseball
The senior first baseman crushed a grand slam in the bottom of the fifth inning to break a 1-1 tie and lead Kamiak to a win over Shorecrest in a nonleague game.
Tiffany DeWayne
Meadowdale | Softball
The Mavericks junior hit a two-run double for the game-winning runs as Meadowdale beat crosstown rival Lynnwood 5-3 on Friday to start the season 2-0. DeWayne also had a double in the Mavs' 7-2 win over Edmonds-Woodway.
Zach Bush
Kamiak | Boys soccer
The Knights forward scored twice in Kamiak's 3-0 win over Edmonds-Woodway on Friday to start the season 2-0 and also had a goal in the team's 3-1 win over Jackson in the season opener.
Quinn Michael
Jackson | Girls tennis
The Timberwolves No. 2 singles player beat Glacier Peak's Mia Selin 6-0, 6-4 to help Jackson edge Glacier Peak 4-3 in a nonleague match.
Cameron Metcalfe
Cascade | Boys golf
The Bruins golfer shot a four-under par 29 to lead Cascade to a second-place finish at a six-team tournament at Lynnwood Golf Course on Wednesday. Metcalfe also shot a 42 at the annual Mud Match but Cascade dropped the showdown to crosstown rival Everett.
Rene Kwak
Jackson | Girls golf
The Timberwolvers golfer shot a 38, three shots better than the next best golfer, and just four shots over par to lead Jackson to a first-place finish at a six-team tournament at Nile Golf Course.
Spencer Tu, Chris Namba, Samuel Smith and David Fan
Shorewood | boys track
The four members of the 800-meter relay team broke the school record with a time of 1 minute, 33.55 seconds in the first meet of the year.
Lyndsay Leatherman
Arlington | Girls track
The Eagles thrower finished first in the shot put (37 feet, 4 inches) and javelin (131-2) and was runner-up behind teammate Marissa Swegle in the discus (97-9) at the Chuck Randall Relays on Saturday

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