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Brenden Charbeneau | Jackson | Boys Cross Country

Charbeneau, a junior, won the Class 4A boys race Saturday at the Northwest District Championships at South Whidbey High School, completing the 5,000-meter course in 16 minutes, 4.69 seconds. His effort helped the Timberwolves claim the team title.

Brayden Corwin | Glacier Peak | Football

Corwin, a senior, caught TD passes of 46 and 36 yards, converted two extra points and kicked the game-winning 18-yard field goal as time expired, accounting for all of the Grizzlies’ points in their 17-14 victory over Mount Vernon on Friday.

Jersey Heiss | Arlington | Girls soccer

Heiss, a junior forward, recorded a hat trick and assisted on the Eagles’ fourth goal Thursday in a 4-1 win over Oak Harbor in a 3A Northwest District Tournament play-in game.

Zaid Khan and Ben Silber | Shorecrest | Boys Tennis

Khan, a sophomore, and Silber, a junior, defeated Stanwood’s Shintaro Wilcox and Preston Pierce, 7-5, 6-1, Wednesday in the doubles final of the 3A Northwest District Tournament at Arlington High School. Silber and Khan trailed 5-1 in the first set before rallying to win the next six games.

Bree Nichols | Snohomish | Girls Soccer

Nichols, a junior, scored a goal and added an assist in the Panthers’ 3-0 win over Stanwood on Saturday in the first round of the 3A Northwest District Tournament.

Trent Nobach | Arlington | Football

Nobach, a sophomore, completed 12 of 14 passes for 324 yards and seven touchdowns Friday in the Eagles’ 63-42 win over Meadowdale. He threw TD passes to six different receivers.

Jenny Rodenbaugh | Granite Falls | Volleyball

Rodenbaugh, a senior, recorded 23 digs, 10 kills, five aces and two blocks Oct. 28 as the Tigers earned their first conference victory of the season — 3-1 over South Whidbey — on Senior Night.

Naomi Smith | King’s | Girls Cross Country

Smith, a senior, dominated the Class 1A girls race Saturday at the Northwest District Championships in Langley. Her time of 18:08.54 was the fastest girls time of the meet among all classifications. Smith finished 1:23.06 in front of her nearest competitor and helped the Knights capture the team title.

Paige Wilson | Jackson | Volleyball

Wilson, a senior outside hitter, amassed 16 kills, 18 digs and three service aces Thursday as the Timberwolves handed Lake Stevens its first loss of the season in a four-set Wesco 4A match.


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