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Bay Area News Group girls high school athlete of the week

Editor’s Note: We prohibit the use of bots and other artificial voting methods. Suspicious activity may result in disqualification of candidates and permanent suspension of the Athlete of the Week election.

Welcome to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & EastBay Times) Girls Poll Athlete of the Week.

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

This week we take a look at performances from March 13-18.

The polls close on Wednesday at 5 p.m.

Until then, vote as often as you like without using bots or other artificial voting methods.

Votes by e-mail and any votes after Wednesday 5 p.m. will not count.

Scroll down for the poll.

Winners will be announced online every Friday and in the print edition of the Mercury News and East Bay Times sports sections starting September 30.

Candidates for future Athlete of the Week polls can be nominated at [email protected].

We accept nominations every Monday until 11am.

We also review statistics submitted to MaxPreps by coaches/team statisticians.

On to the nominees:

Amirat (Temi) Aganju, Pittsburgh track: Aganju ran the fastest time in the 300-meter hurdles at Saturday’s Eddie Hart Invitational, finishing with a personal best of 46.49 and also finishing first in the 100-meter hurdles. The freshmen also helped Pittsburg take first place in the 4×100 and 4X400 events.

Molly Ashton, Piedmont Lacrosse: The senior did it all for the Highlanders in their 8-5 win at College Park on Tuesday. Ashton scored four goals and also provided three assists, and has 11 goals and four assists in five games this season.

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Elijah Choe, Menlo School lacrosse: The freshman scored six goals on 10 shots last week in an almost 11-10 loss to Archbishop Mitty. Menlo School had won the previous four games by at least nine goals each.

Riana Everetts, Softball De Anza: Everetts, a sophomore, went 9-12 with two home runs in three games for the El Sobrante school. She went 3-3 with a home run and three RBIs in a 21-11 victory over Swett. Everetts is batting .786 this season.

Maelys Fraisse, Fremont-Sunnyvale Athletics: Fraisse ran the 100m event at a blistering pace of 12.84, which was good enough for first place and a personal best at the Garlic Classic Track Invitational in Gilroy. The senior was the only competitor to break the 13-second mark.

Camryn Manning-Alarcon, Leigh softball: The freshman had himself on the plate for the day, going 4-4 ​​with five RBIs, a double and a home run in a wild 11-10 victory over Leland that required extra innings. Manning-Alarcon hits .500 this season with four doubles.

Hailey Martinez, lacrosse pioneer: The junior scored four goals in Pioneer’s 6-4 victory over Lincoln on Tuesday. She followed that up by scoring another goal in a matchup with LIve Oak on Thursday.



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