Athletes of the Week – Oct. 17-22

Peter St. Marie

Snohomish | Football

The Panthers running back (above) carried the ball 37 times for 229 yards and four touchdowns as Snohomish knocked off Arlington and kept its playoff hopes alive.

Shantel St. Jean

Lakewood | Girls soccer

The Cougars forward scored a goal in Lakewood’s 5-0 win over Sultan on Tuesday and had the key pass to set up Hailey Duitsman’s goal in Thursday’s 1-0 win over Archbishop Murphy, the Cougars first-ever win over Murphy in regulation.

Kendall Swanson

Lake Stevens | Volleyball

The Vikings outside hitter had nine kills and three aces in the Vikings’ sweep of Stanwood and combined with McKayla Huntley for 25 kills to help Lake Stevens shock Wesco North first-place team Snohomish 3-2.

Mitch Scott and Zach Martinson

Snohomish | Boys tennis

The Panthers double partners beat Jonathan Wolf and Eric Saekow in the Wesco North doubles final to earn the North No. 1 seed in today’s District 1 tournament.

Alexa Weyer

Snohomish | Girls swim

The Panthers swimmer won the 100 breaststroke and helped Snohomish win the 200 medley relay in both meets last week, a 97-86 win over Cascade and 111-59 win over Edmonds-Woodway.

Mason Newton

Everett | Boys cross country

The Seagulls harrier took first place in the Wesco 3A Cross Country Championship race on Saturday, finishing more than 7 seconds before second-place finisher Carter Osborne and leading Everett to a third-place finish.

Amy-Eloise Neale

Glacier Peak | Girls cross country

The Grizzlies runner set a race record and just missed the course record at the Wesco 3A Cross Country Championship race at Lakewood High School, finishing the 5-kilometer course in 17 minutes, 48 seconds, nearly a minute in front of second-place finisher and teammate Katie Bianchini.

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