Athletes of the Week

Jace Chacon

Everett | Boys basketball

The Seagulls wing scored 25 points, seven rebounds and five assists and the game-winning basket with 3.5 seconds remaining against Shorewood and had 24 points and seven rebounds in a win against Marysville Pilchuck.

Other nominees: Taylor Freeman, Shorewood; Jordan Corpus, Cedarcrest; Josh Bevan, Marysville Pilchuck; Tyler Nielsen, Kamiak; Trey Pavitt, Lake Stevens; Drew Washington, Oak Harbor; Ian Zipp, Stanwood; Greg Bowman, Mountlake Terrace.

Wurrie Njadoe

Shorecrest | Girls basketball

The Scots guard scored 18 points and had three steals in a 65-39 win over Stanwood and also had nine points in a win over Meadowdale. Shorecrest coach Dori Monson said that she has also been the team’s best defender on the floor.

Other nominees: Samantha Romanowski, Mountlake Terrace; Madeline Smith, Snohomish; Lily Gustafson, Shorewood; Lyndsay Leatherman, Arlington.

Tristan Baus

Snohomish | Wrestling

The 220-pounder won his weight division at the Panther Classic to lead the Panthers to a team victory in their own tournament.

Other nominees: Logan Corbin and Ethan Short, Granite Falls; Tyler Webley, Kamiak; Garrett Stich, Snohomish; Mosese Fifita, Glacier Peak; West Weinert, Stanwood; Cole Anderson, Jackson

Chase Reid

Lake stevens | Boys swim

The Vikings diver scored 220.95 points to win the prestigious Kentridge Invitational on Saturday.

Other nominees: Shelby Lee, Kamiak

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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