Vote for The Herald’s Prep Athlete of the Week for May 13-19

The Athlete of the Week nominees for May 13-19. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced with the next poll and in next Tuesday’s paper.

Last week’s winner

Madeline Pewitt | Everett | Softball

Pewitt, a junior, slugged three home runs and had 11 RBI in a 25-4 victory over Lynnwood on May 6. She also doubled and scored three runs. Pewitt won The Herald’s Athlete of the Week voting for May 6-12 by claiming 588 (24.25%) of the 2,425 votes.

This week’s nominees

Mak Dauer/Hannah Wells | Snohomish | Girls Tennis

Dauer, a sophomore, and Wells, a junior, beat Stanwood’s Tessi Mumbuluma and Alissa Rautenberg 6-1, 6-1 to claim the Class 3A District 1 doubles championship on May 15.

Richard Duncan | Edmonds-Woodway | Boys Soccer

Duncan, a senior, scored a goal and provided two assists in the Warriors’ 6-2 victory over Mead in the Class 3A state round of 16 on May 17.

Drea Harris | Mariner | Girls Track and Field

Harris, a sophomore, produced a massive personal best (39 feet, 2 1/4 inches) by more than two-and-a-half feet in winning the shot put at the Class 4A District 1/2 Championships on May 17.

Mia Hoekendorf | Everett | Softball

Hoekendorf, a freshman, threw five no-hit innings with six strikeouts and also hit a two-run triple to lead Everett to a 10-0 victory over Snohomish in the Class 3A District 1 championship game on May 16.

Henry Kippenhan | Jackson | Boys Golf

Kippenhan, a junior, shot a two-round score of 146 to tie for medalist honors at the Class 4A District 1 tournament on May 13-14. He led Jackson to the team title, which the Timberwolves won over Kamiak on a tiebreaker.

Keiyu Mamiya | Shorewood | Boys Track and Field

Mamiya, a senior, won the 800 meters in a photo finish at the Class 3A District 1 Championship on May 17, turning in a personal-best time of 1 minute, 53.15 seconds. He also anchored the winning 1,600 relay (3:23.43).

Talan Zenk | Mountlake Terrace | Baseball

Zenk, s senior, hit a grand slam and drove in seven runs in the Hawks’ 10-9 loss to West Seattle in the Class 3A state quarterfinals on May 18. He also went 3-for-5 in a 12-7 victory over Bishop Blanchet in the round of 16.

Note: The Herald’s Athlete of the Week nominees are chosen based off stats reported to the newspaper, recommendations from coaches and first-hand observations. Stats from games and recommendations for nominees can be sent to sports@heraldnet.com. Nominees must be submitted by 9 a.m. Monday.

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