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Athletes of the Week

Best prep performances from the week of Sept. 23-28

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Austin Otis
Lake Stevens | Football
Lake Stevens running back (above) rushed for a school-record 292 yards on 24 carries and scored four touchdowns in the Vikings 49-13 win over Monroe.
Counting the votes: Austin Otis won the fan vote and also received votes from Aaron Swaney, Aaron Lommers and Rich Myhre. Jom Saperstein voted for Cascade QB Josh Smith.
Bailie Weikel
Marysville Getchell | Girls Soccer
The Chargers forward Bailie Weikel scored two goals in the Chargers 5-0 victory over Oak Harbor and added another goal in their 2-1 win over Mountlake Terrace.
Lanesha Reagan
Snohomish | Volleyball
The Panthers outside hitter had 30 kills, three blocks and 11 digs in the Panthers 3-0 win over Oak Harbor and 17 kills and 12 digs in their 3-0 win Lynnwood.
Andrew Ayers
King's | Cross Country
The Knights runner won the King's Cross Country Invite with a time of 16:22 on Saturday. The Knights placed third overall.
Brianna Lucien
Mariner | Girls Swim
The Marauders swimmer recorded a state qualifying time of 1:59.68 in the 200 freestyle as the Marauders fell to Jackson on Thursday.
Peter Cung
Jackson | Boys Tennis
The Timberwolves tennis player lost just one game in two matches last week as the Timberwolves defeated Cascade and Lake Stevens.

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