Bay Area Newsgroup Boys Athlete of the Week

For the entire academic year, we’ll provide a list of candidates who stood out in the past week and allow you, the reader, to vote for the winner.

This week, we consider the performances between May 16-22.

Voting closed at 5 pm on Wednesday.

Until then, vote as many times as you want.

Candidates can be nominated for Future Athlete Election of the Week at

We also review submitted statistics maxpreps by trainers/team statisticians.

On nominees:

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Charlie Bates, Palo Alto Baseball: In a wild 11–10 section quarterfinal victory over Carlemont, committed sophistication for Stanford singled out the middle to drive in the tying and winning runs in the home half of the seventh inning. The Bates finished Central Coast Section Division I Game 2 for 3 with four RBIs.

Jack Ebertin, St. Francis Volleyball: The USC commitment broke its way to a high of 19 kills as home-playing St. Francis defeated crosstown rival Mountain View 29–27, 25–27, 25–22, 25–20 by the California Interscholastic Federation. Norcal Division captured. I title. The Lancers finished the season 38–2.

Raul Fabian, California Baseball: Senior knocked out the winning run in the bottom of the seventh and led fourth-seeded California to a 2–1 win over Grenada in the quarterfinals of the North Coast Division Division I playoffs. California scored first and Granada responded in sixth and set the stage for Fabian.

Andrew Fu, Harker Track and Field: Won the long jump for the second year in a row in the finals of the Central Coast section. His best jump was 23-2.5 on Saturday at Gilroy High. Last year at Soquel High, he won the CCS title in 21-08.25.

Anish Kasam, Dublin Track and Field: Overcame 110 high hurdles and 300 hurdles at his home track in Dublin at the North Coast Section Meet of Champions. First place in 110 high hurdles in 14.39 and first place in 39.25 in 300 hurdles.

Rowan Kelly, Bellarmine Baseball: The committed sophomore to UC Santa Barbara scored 2 for 3 with a home run and two RBIs and three runs as Bellarmine defeated Sacred Heart Cathedral 11-2 in the Central Coast Division Division I opening deficit of two runs at home. crossed over. The last stop.

Anthony Martinez, De La Salle Baseball: There were two hits, including a home run, and five went into the run as De La Salle defeated the San Ramon Valley 8–4 in the quarterfinals of the North Coast Division Division I playoffs. According to coach David Jeans, Martinez broke the school’s home run record. He has nine this season.

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