Prep stars of the night for Thursday, Sept. 19


Grace Lindberg, Shorewood girls swimming

Lindberg, a freshman, recorded a pair of 3A state qualifying times in the Thunderbirds’ 110-60 loss to Jackson in a Wesco South meet at WEST Coast Aquatics. Her times of 1 minute, 58.83 seconds in the 200 freestyle and 58.98 in the 100 butterfly met the 3A qualifying standard.

Jasmine Nguyen, Marysville Getchell girls cross country

Nguyen, a junior, finished the 2.9-mile course at Strawberry Field in 18 minutes, 38 seconds to win the individual title and Marysville Getchell to the team title in a 3-team Wesco meet with Mount Vernon and Mountlake Terrace.

Cooper McBride and Aiden Green, Arlington boys tennis

McBride, a freshman, and Green, a sophomore, beat Everett’s Justus West and Rhys Wells-Edwards in three sets to help the Eagles to a 6-1 win over the Seagulls at Clark Park. McBride and Green lost the first set 6-4, but won the second and third sets in tiebreakers — 7-6 (6) and 7-6 (5) — to earn the win.

Brenden Charbeneau, Jackson boys cross country

Charbeneau, a junior, posted a time of 12 minutes, 38 seconds on a 4,000-meter course at Jackson High School to claim the individual title at a 4-team Wesco meet that also included Shorewood, Monroe at Marysville Pilchuck. Charbeneau’s performance helped the Timberwolves win the individual crown in dominating fashion — Jackson had the top 10 individual times of the meet.

Aaliyah Collins, Glacier Peak girls soccer

Collins, a junior forward, scored the match-winning goal for the Grizzlies in the waning moments of a 2-1 Wesco 4A win over Kamiak. Glacier Peak trailed the Knights for the majority of the match, scoring the tying and winning goals in the final minutes.

Morgan Pease, Oak Harbor volleyball

Pease, a junior outside hitter, pounded out 23 kills and added 24 digs in the Wildcats’ four-set victory over Shorecrest in a Wesco 3A match.

Katie Cheng, Jackson girls soccer

Cheng, a senior forward/midfielder, scored in the final minute of the second period of extra time to lift the Timberwolves to a 1-0 win over Monroe in a Wesco 4A match.

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