For the entire academic year, we will provide a list of candidates who stood out from the previous week and will allow you, the readers, to vote for the winner.
This week, we look at performances between October 4-10.
Polling will close at 5 pm on Wednesday.
Until then, vote as many times as you want.
Candidates can be nominated for the Future Athlete of Saturday’s election. [email protected].
We also review the statistics submitted. Max Preps. By coach / team statistician.
Marikat Kavikan, Yerba Beuna Volleyball: The 5 foot 6 middle hitter and team captain took the Aztec Warriors to 4-2 weeks. He had 55 assists, 49 kills, 39 excavations and 18 21s to go with the eight blocks. Yerba Boina is 14-6 overall and BVAL-Santa Teresa is 4-1 in the South Division.
Mia Etheridge, Half Moon Bay Volleyball: Junior hit 20 hits and seven assists in the Cougars’ 2-0 week, including wins over Mills and Cappuccino. Hall Moon Bay is 9-0 in the PAL Ocean Division and 18-5 overall.
Jackie King, Los Gatos Water Polo: The Wildcats goalkeeper and utility player had 44 blocks, three steels, two assists and one goal during the 6-0 week. Although only a junior, King is already committed to Stanford.
Velia Lee, Moro Catholic Water Polo: The 5-foot-3 junior had eight goals, five steels and five assists as the Mariners improved overall in the Mission Valley Athletic League 10-4 and 4-1. Lee Mariners is the captain of the team.
Sofia Norden Holes, Albany Cross Country: The senior was Northern California’s top finisher and third overall at the 42nd Asics Clovis Invitational. He ran a 5,000 meter course at 17:28.
Katie Spykovsky, Menlo Atherton Golf: The Bears senior won the 40th card at the Sharon Heights GCC in Menlo Park to win the medalist title in the 266-295 victory over Carlmont. The MA in the season is 8-3.
Emma Seaman, Los Altos Volleyball: In a five-set battle against Palo Alto, the team’s captain and middle blocker lifted the Eagles’ winning streak. 6 feet 2 semen ended with 12 kills and five blocks.
Tracia Zhang, Menlo Tennis: The seniors won all three of their matches as the Knights defeated Miramonte, Santa Barbara and St. Francis Sacramento. Through the tennis recruiting network, Zhang is considered a three-star recruit.