Kennewick WR Simeon Howard voted the WaFd Bank Washington Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Kennewick High School wide receiver Simeon Howard for being voted Scorebook Live’s WAFD Bank Athlete of the Week!

Howard caught seven passes for 142 yards, including the game-winning TD reception in OT, to lift Kennewick to a 35-34 3A playoff victory over Yelm. Howard also returned a fumble 26 yards for a TD.

Howard received 53.8% of the vote, beating out Bothell FB/LB Colin Fisherkeller who finished with 29.5%. Mount Si QB Clay Millen finished third with 5.7%.

We are currently accepting athlete of the week nominations for the week of Nov. 18-24. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sblivewa.

Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Nov. 11-17:

Brevan Bae, Washougal RB/LB: Bae scored both of Washougal’s touchdowns, including the game-winning 2-yard TD run with less than a minute left, to lift the Panthers to their first state playoff victory since 1999.

Shabro Johnson, Graham-Kapowsin RB: Johnson rushed for 215 yards and two touchdowns to lead Graham-Kapowsin to a 41-17 4A playoff victory over Gonzaga Prep.

Davauntae Holden, Bethel LB: Holden had four sacks and a fumble recovery to lead a dominant defensive effort as Bethel blanked Garfield 21-0 in the 4A playoffs.

Kannon Katzer, Mt. Spokane RB: Katzer rushed for 307 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mt. Spokane to a 35-10 3A playoff victory over Peninsula.

Clay Millen, Mount Si QB: Millen was 33-for-38 for 500 yards and six touchdown passes in Mount Si’s 46-21 4A playoff victory over Chiawana.

Colin Fisherkeller, Bothell FB/LB: Fisherkeller had more than 100 yards receiving and two TD catches, and came up with a key sack late in the game to help lead Bothell to a 17-14 4A playoff victory over Kentwood.

Carson Chrisman, Lakewood WR: Chrisman had six catches for 101 yards and three touchdowns in Lakewood’s 38-12 2A playoff victory over Sequim.

Trey Meredith and Tapuloa Tusi Jr., Lincoln OL: Meredith and Tusi Jr., both freshmen, led a dominant effort by Lincoln’s offensive line in a 49-28 3A playoff victory over Seattle Prep. The Abes racked up nearly 600 yards of offense and the OL did not allow a sack.

Levi Crum, Hockinson QB: Crum threw for two touchdowns and carried the ball 28 times for 147 yards and the go-ahead touchdown in Hockinson’s 21-15 2A playoff victory over Ellensburg.

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