Prep stars of the night for Tuesday, Sept. 18

Here are the prep sports stars of the night for Tuesday, Sept. 18.

Kaelyn Fernandez, Jackson girls soccer

Fernandez, a freshman, scored the Timberwolves’ game-winning goal in a 3-2 comeback victory over visiting Glacier Peak in a battle of two of Wesco 4A’s top title contenders. The goal was the first of Fernandez’s high school career. Click the link below to see Fernandez’s goal.

Nadia Prater, Cascade girls swimming

Prater, a senior, won the 200-yard freestyle, 100 freestyle and helped the Bruins’ 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams to first-place finishes in Cascade’s 119-61 win over Mount Vernon.

Megan Low, Everett volleyball

Low, a junior, recorded 37 digs in the Seagulls’ back-and-forth 3-2 victory over Archbishop Murphy.

Samaya Morin, Lake Stevens volleyball

Morin, a sophomore, notched 13 kills, 10 digs and two blocks to help the Vikings extend their regular-season conference winning streak to 30 with a 3-1 victory over hosting Kamiak.

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