Vote now: Who should be the WaFd Bank Oregon High School Athlete of the Week?

Here are the candidates for the WaFd Bank Oregon High School Athlete of the Week for April 19-25 as nominated by coaches, fans and readers.

Read through the nominees and cast your vote. We’ll send a free SBLive T-shirt to the winner of the poll! Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m. and the winner will be announced Monday. 

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Crosby Albee, West Salem baseball: Albee was 4 for 4 with a home run, four runs and five RBIs in the Titans’ 19-9 win over La Salle Prep on Monday. In Wednesday’s 16-5 victory against McNary, he tripled, drew three walks and scored three runs. Friday, he homered again, hit two doubles and knocked in four as West Salem beat Silverton 8-3.

Mahleah Alexander, Gresham softball: Alexander had four hits and five RBIs in the Gophers’ 16-7 victory against Reynolds on Monday.

Luke Bents, Summit baseball: Bents singled, doubled, homered and drove in six to help the Storm defeat Hood River Valley 17-2 on Saturday.

Mia Brahe-Pedersen, Lake Oswego girls track: Brahe-Pedersen moved into second place all-time among state leaders in the girls 100 meters (11.67) and fourth in the 200 (24.09) with her performance at a Three Rivers League meet in Canby on Wednesday.

Abby Carsley, Newberg softball: Carsley homered twice (one a grand slam) and finished with seven RBIs in the Tigers’ 11-1 win over Century on Thursday. The next night, she homered again and had five RBIs in a 12-1 rout of Glencoe.

Faith Collar, Roosevelt softball: Collar allowed two hits and struck out 13 against zero walks in five innings as Roosevelt beat Wilson 10-0 on Wednesday. In Friday’s 16-1 win over Cleveland, she struck out eight in four innings and had three hits.

Owen Combs, Franklin baseball: Combs blasted a grand slam in Friday’s 17-6 win over Benson. He finished with three hits, four runs and six RBIs. He scored three runs and was the winning pitcher Wednesday, when the Lightning beat the Techmen 12-2.

Georgia Corey, Jesuit softball: Corey hit two home runs — including a grand slam — and finished with six RBIs as the Crusaders topped Southridge 10-5 on Monday. She had two more hits in Wednesday’s 9-3 win over Sunset.

Sara Ellerton, Sherwood softball: Ellerton had three hits and five RBIs in Sherwood’s 15-0 win over Lincoln on Tuesday. She had two more RBIs on Thursday in a 9-3 victory against Liberty.

Kaiah Fisher, Hidden Valley girls track: Fisher moved into fourth place among discus throwers in Oregon history with a throw of 159 feet, 5 inches, at a Skyline Conference meet against Phoenix on Wednesday.

Alex Hendrickson, Reynolds baseball: Hendrickson homered, drove in three and scored three runs to help the Raiders outlast Gresham for a wild 13-12 victory Tuesday.

Addison Kachnik, Mountainside softball: Kachnik hit three home runs and drove in seven during the Mavericks’ 11-10 win over Canby on Monday.

Nelson Keljo, Jesuit baseball: In the Crusaders’ 6-0 win over Southridge on Wednesday, Keljo allowed four hits and struck out nine in six shutout innings and had two hits (including a triple) with three RBIs at the plate.  

Ella Kiehl, Canby softball: Kiehl homered, singled and had five RBIs in the Cougars’ 16-14 victory against Lake Oswego on Wednesday.

Braeden Munger, Westview baseball: Munger struck out seven in six innings and combined with Logan Plunkett on a no-hitter in Friday’s 6-0 win over Sunset. At the plate, he drew three walks and scored a run. He had two RBIs in Wednesday’s 10-0 rout of Liberty. Monday, he had three hits and two RBIs in Westview’s 8-0 victory against Canby.

Makenna Reid, Tigard softball: Reid fired a 17-strikeout no-hitter to lead the Tigers to a 2-0 win over rival Tualatin on Wednesday. She also earned wins against West Linn and Lakeridge last week.

Liam Shores, Central Catholic boys track: Shores’ 49.72 in the 400 meters Friday is the best 400 time in Oregon this season.

Cole Snidow, Grant baseball: Snidow homered twice (one a grand slam) and drove in five in the Generals’ 25-6 rout of Cleveland on Wednesday.

Austin Stampflee, Glencoe boys track: Stampflee ran the 100 meters in 11.07 on Wednesday, the best mark in Oregon in that event this season.

Anika Thompson, Junction City girls track: Thompson became the 36th girl in state history to break 9:55 in the 3,000, running 9:54.96 at a Sky-Em meet at Marshfield on Tuesday.

Ian Umlandt, Sherwood baseball: Umlandt pitched a six-inning no-hitter with 10 strikeouts (zero walks) and drove in two runs, leading the Bowmen to a 14-0 win over Forest Grove on Monday. He had three hits in Wednesday’s 10-0 victory against the Vikings and two more hits in Friday’s 14-1 rout of Newberg.

Yamato Uptegrove, Barlow baseball: Uptegrove helped the Bruins rout Reynolds 13-3 on Thursday with three hits and four RBIs.

Chance Wallace, Sunset baseball: Wallace struck out 11 as part of a six-hitter, pitching the Apollos to a 4-1 win over Aloha on Monday.

Magdalene Williams, Summit girls track: Williams ran 2:08.45 in the 800 meters Wednesday to move into third place on the state’s all-time list.

Paul Wilson, Lakeridge baseball: Wilson fired a one-hitter with 16 strikeouts Wednesday in the Pacers’ 9-0 win over Tualatin. He also homered, tripled and drove in four.

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