Walker scored an impressive 45 points to help Annie Wright defeat North Kitsap 77-72.
Walker received 40.75% of the vote, beating out Bothell center Jada Walters who finished with 22.42%. Mead guard Joelnell Momberg finished third with 9.88% and Camas center Faith Bergstrom was fourth with 9.56%.
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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Dec. 2-8:
Ellie Boni, University: Boni’s 37 points and 10 rebounds for University set a Fitz tournament record as the Titans took down St. Ignatius in a double OT thriller.
Izzy Boring, Shadle Park: Boring had a well balanced performance with 18 points, 7 dimes, and 3 steals for Shadle Park.
Julia Bordeaux, Bellarmine Prep: Bordeaux’s 23 points helped lead Bellarmine to a 74-40 win over Puyallup.
Marie Hauck, Seattle Prep: Hauck put up an 18 point, 17 rebound double-double for Seattle Prep to give them the win over Rainer Beach.
Isabella Reed, Inglemoor: Reed nailed a 3 pointer with 2.2 seconds left to give Inglemoor a 52-49 victory over Lake Washington.
Ella Brubaker, Curtis: Brubaker scored 31 points for Curtis to give her a new career high against South Kitsap.
Keeli Burton-Oliver, Eastlake: Burton-Oliver had an impressive 33 points and 25 rebounds for Eastlake against Gig Harbor.
Nakia Boston, Lynnwood: Boston had 27 points for Lynnwood in her season debut.
Jada Walters, Bothell: Walters netted 32 points to help Bothell win 82-61 over Lynnwood.
Charity Hines, Steilacoom: Hines had a solid double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds as well as 6 blocks to help lead Steilacoom to a victory over Lakes.
Faith Bergstrom, Camas: Bergstrom put up 29 points for Camas to lead all scorers versus Kelso.
Joelnell Momberg, Mead: Momberg led the way for Mead with 30 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists as the Panthers took down Richland 72-56.