Athletes of the Week

Max Gray

Arlington | Football

Arlington’s receiver-turned-quarterback/running back ran 10 times for 99 yards and two touchdowns, completed 2-of-2 pass attempts for 27 yards and a touchdown and had a key 33-yard reception on third-and-10 late in the game to help preserve a 34-21 win over Stanwood in the annual Stilly Cup.

Kaleb Seymer

M. Getchell | Football

The Chargers running back had 251 all-purpose yards and had a 90-yard interception return for a touchdown and a 52-yard fumble return for a touchdown in the Chargers’ 36-14 victory over Shorewood.

Eds. note: Gray won the fan vote and also received votes from Herald prep editor Aaron Swaney and prep writer David Krueger. Seymer received votes from Herald writers Aaron Lommers, Rich Myhre and Jon Saperstein.

Lily Hart

M. Terrace | Girls Soccer

The Hawks forward scored the game-winning goal in overtime in a 2-1 win over Meadowdale and also had a goal in Terrace’s 2-0 win over Glacier Peak as the Hawks took over first place in the 3A South.

Mia Adams

Monroe | Volleyball

The Bearcats outside hitter had 11 kills in a five-set win over Bothell and had 18 kills in a four-set victory over Inglemoor as Monroe picked up its first two wins of the season.

Nishaant Limaye

Shorecrest | Boys Tennis

The Scots No. 1 singles player beat Cameron McDowell to lead Shorecrest to a win over cross-town rival Shorewood and then topped defending district champ Nick Ekern in a victory over the Mavericks.

Brad Hodkinson

Snohomish | Boys Cross Country

The Panthers harrier finished sixth at the Fort Steilacoom Invitational to lead the Panthers to a 10th-place finish and also was second in a meet hosted by Edmonds-Woodway that Snohomish won earlier in the week.

Emma Janousek

Arlington | Girls Cross Country

The Eagles runner took sixth at the South Whidbey Invitational to lead Arlington to a first-place finish in Division 1 and also won the Marysville Getchell meet earlier in the week to lead Arlington to win at that meet.

Britt Blomso

Shorewood | Girls Swim

The Thunderbirds swimmer recorded state-qualifying times in the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 0.49 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:01.23) to help Shorewood sweep Snohomish and Glacier Peak on Tuesday and also had wins in both events in Shorewood’s win over Meadowdale on Thursday.

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