High School Athletes of the Week for May 6-12

Check out the seven student-athletes honored for their performances

Keegan Rubio | Glacier Peak | Boys Soccer

Rubio, a senior forward, scored a pair of goals Thursday to lead the Grizzlies to a 3-0 win over Mount Vernon in the championship game of the 4A Northwest District Tournament.

Brooke Jordan | Archbishop Murphy | Softball

Jordan, a sophomore, went 4-for-4, with three home runs, a double, six RBI and five runs scored in the Wildcats’ 15-6 win over Granite Falls on Saturday in a 2A Northwest District Tournament game.

Case Matter | Jackson | Baseball

Matter, a sophomore, threw 62⁄3 innings in a combined seven-inning no-hitter as Jackson beat Cascade 3-0 Thursday in the title game of the 4A Northwest District Tournament. Matter struck out 13.

Alex Kim | Kamiak | Boys Golf

Kim, a junior, shot an even-par 72 to capture medalist honors at an eight-team Wesco 4A meet Tuesday at Avalon Golf Links in Burlington.

Elijah Ross-Rutter | Everett | Boys Track and Field

Ross-Rutter, a senior, swept the jumps Friday at the Wesco 3A North championships. He won the high jump (6 feet, 2 inches), the long jump (21-9.75) and the triple jump (a personal-best 46-8.5).

Hannah Ganashamoorthy | Monroe | Girls Track and Field

Ganashamoorthy, a freshman, won three events at the Wesco 4A championships Thursday. She placed first in the 100 (15.17 seconds), the 300 hurdles (45.45) and the long jump (18-7.5).

Avery Zill | Stanwood | Girls Tennis

Zill, a freshman, won the singles title at the Wesco 3A North Tournament on Wednesday. Zill defeated Melody Barnhardt of Everett 6-2, 6-1 in the finals.

The Athletes of the Week are selected by The Herald’s Sports staff.

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