Athletes of the Week — April 17-22


Baseball | Arch. Murphy

The Wildcats pitcher threw another complete game — his fifth of the season — to improve to 6-0 and was 3-for-3 in a win Monday, and homered, doubled and knocked in three runs in a win Friday as the Wildcats completed a sweep of Cascade Conference-rival Lakewood and got head coach Stan Taloff his 500th career victory.


Softball | Everett

In a week in which the Seagulls held their opponents scoreless in two victories, the Everett pitcher threw nine shutout innings and had a double as the Seagulls improved to 12-0 and a No. 2 ranking.


Boys soccer | Lake Stevens

The Vikings midfielder scored two goals and had an assist in a win over Stanwood and also had an assist in a win over Kamiak as Lake Stevens went 3-0 last week to set up a big Wesco North showdown with Marysville Pilchuck tonight.


Girls tennis | Stanwood

The Spartans No. 1 singles player beat two of the best Wesco South singles players last week, topping Edmonds-Woodway’s Myint-zu Kyaw 6-0, 6-2 and Kamiak’s Sally Park 6-1, 6-2.


Golf | Everett

The Seagulls girls golfer won medalist honors twice last week shooting modified Stableford scores of 34 and 30 in a pair of Everett victories.


Track | Marysville Pilchuck

The Tomahawks sprinter set personal records in the 100 (12.70) and 200-meter (25.82) dashes in winning both events at the Mount Si Invitational over the weekend and also ran a leg of MP’s first-place 1,600-meter relay team as the Tomahawks tied host Mount Si for first in the girls team totals.

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