Vote for The Herald’s Prep Athlete of the Week for Dec. 9-15

The Athlete of the Week nominees for Dec. 9-15. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page. Each weekly winner will be included in an Athlete of the Month poll.

Jessie Brambach | Cascade | Girls Bowling

Brambach bowled a 229 game and a 364 two-game series on Dec. 9 to lead the Bruins to a 3-0 victory over Ferndale. Two days later, she rolled a two-game series of 342 (169-173) to help the Bruins sweep Blaine 3-0 in a Wesco match and remain undefeated (7-0).

Andrew Kallio | Marysville Pilchuck | Boys Diving

Kallio, a junior, won the diving competition Thursday in a meet against Archbishop Murphy. His score of 289.85 broke the school record, which had stood for 21 years.

Miles Lamb | Snohomish | Boys Wrestling

Lamb, a 106-pounder, won by pin in the final match of the night, giving the Panthers a 37-33 victory over crosstown rival Glacier Peak on Dec. 10. Glacier Peak led 33-31 heading into the last match.

Hunter Moen | Meadowdale | Boys Basketball

Moen, a senior, stole the ball and scored the game-winning basket with 30 seconds remaining in the Mavericks’ 58-57 non-conference victory over Mariner on Dec. 9. Moen finished with 23 points, including four 3-pointers.

Sam Olson | Monroe | Boys Basketball

Olson, a junior, sank a pair of free throws with 8 seconds remaining Friday as the Bearcats pulled out a 53-52 non-conference road win over Arlington. Olson finished with a game-high 16 points.

Jonah Palabrica | Everett | Boys Wrestling

Palabrica, a junior, was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler at the Battle of the Border tournament Saturday in Blaine. He captured first place in the 106-pound weight class and helped the Seagulls to the team title.

Addi Trull | Shorewood | Girls Basketball

Trull, a freshman, scored the game-tying basket and hit a go-ahead free throw in the Thunderbirds’ 47-45 non-conference win over Kamiak on Dec. 10. Trull finished with a team-high 13 points in the game.

Alivia White | Marysville Pilchuck | Girls Wrestling

White, a freshman, won the 190-pound weight class Saturday at the Lady Classic at Everett High School. White pinned two-time defending state champion Ofa He Lotu Tuifua of Kent Meridian in the semifinals, and earned a 6-4 decision over 2018 145-pound state champion Kiley Hubby of Lake Stevens in the finals.

Cayden White | Marysville Pilchuck | Boys Wrestling

White, a senior, won his two 182-pound matches by pin in a combined 21 seconds in meets against Cascade and Jackson on Dec. 10. On Saturday, he won the 182-pound weight class at the Wilfong Classic at Puyallup High School by pinning Ellensburg’s Henry Reinhart, the top-ranked 182-pounder in Class 2A according to Washington Wrestling Report.


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