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Published: Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 1:00 a.m.

Athletes of the Week

The best prep performances from the week of Jan. 20-25

Tanner Arrington
Snohomish | Boys basketball
The Panthers forward averaged 16.7 points per game in three games, including 21 in an overtime win over Monroe, as Snohomish went 3-0 last week to take over sole possession of second place in the Wesco 4A North.
Other nominees: Dan Kingma, Jackson; Masamba Njadoe, Shorecrest; Michael Painter, Marysville Pilchuck; Jace Chacon, Everett; Greg Bowman, Mountlake Terrace; Josh Parafina, Archbishop Murphy; Riley Larsen, Granite Falls; Noah Jones, Arlington.
Sierra Anderson
Jackson | Girls basketball
The Timberwolves guard scored 19 points in a win over Arlington and had 17, including a four-point play, in a come-from-behind win over Edmonds-Woodway as the Timerwolves extended their win streak to nine games.
Other nominees: Marissa Blair, Lakewood; Keyonna Jones, Shorecrest; Sarah Smith, Glacier Peak; Sidney Rielly, Everett; Mikayla Pivec, Lynnwood.
John Kim
Glacier Peak | Wrestling
The Grizzlies grappler took first place in the 126-pound weight class to help Glacier Peak win the Lynden Tournament and also won a major decision over Austin Goodwin in Glacier Peak’s win over crosstown rival Snohomish.
Other nominees: Tristan Huggins, Mariner; Manual Vasquez, Lynnwood; Ciaran Ball, Meadowdale.
Eben Schumann
Kamiak | Boys swim
The Knights swimmer won two individual events and was on two first-place relay teams in Kamiak’s win over Jackson last week.
Other nominees: Tore Landboe, Shorewood; Tarek Farouk, Cascade; Conner McGinnis, Jackson.
Do you know an athlete that should be nominated for Athlete of the Week? Email the athlete’s name, sport and why they should be honored to aswaney@heraldnet.com

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