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Published: Tuesday, December 17, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Athletes of the Week

Prep performances for the week of Dec. 9-14

  • Lynnwood's Jasmin Edwards drives to the hoop against Mount Rainier's Brittany McPhee during a game this past Saturday.

    Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald

    Lynnwood's Jasmin Edwards drives to the hoop against Mount Rainier's Brittany McPhee during a game this past Saturday.

Drew Stang
Stanwood | Boys basketball
In a big week, the Spartans post delivered, scoring 25 points, grabbing 15 rebounds and blocking six shots in a 65-59 win over 4A power Union and scoreing 18 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in a win over rival Arlington. Stang also had 13 points in a win over Oak Harbor as Stanwood went 3-0 in the week.
Nominees: Eric Matson, Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace; Dan Kingma, Jackson; Karl Spencer, Granite Falls.
Jasmin Edwards
Lynnwood | Girls basketball
The Royals point guard scored a game-high 19 points and, in the words of Lynnwood coach Everett Edwards, was the team's "rock" in a double-overtime win over Mount Rainier.
Nominees: Sidney Eck, Edmonds-Woodway; Sidney Rielly, Everett; Marissa Blair, Lakewood; Keyonna Jones, Shorecrest
Hunter Lord
Lynnwood | Wrestling
The Royals grappler won the 170-pound championship by pinning each one of his opponents and was named the outstanding wrestler of the touranment at the Edmonds Invite.
Nominee: West Weinert, Stanwood; Ciaran Ball, Meadowdale.
Shelby Lee
Kamiak | Boys swimming
The Knight swimmer won two individual races and helped a pair of Kamiak relay teams to victory as Kamiak beat Shorecrest and qualified for state in each event and the 400 free relay as well.
Do you have an athlete of the week to nominate? Email the athlete's name and sport and why they should be honored to aswaney@heraldnet.com.

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