Bellarmine Prep’s Tristan Warner voted the WaFd Bank Washington High School Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Bellarmine junior Tristian Warner for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Washington High School Athlete of the Week for March 1-7!

Warner had 220 yards all purpose, 171 rushing, 2 TDs (1 throw + 1 run), 5 tackles and 1 fumble recovery in the Lions’ win against Wilson.

Warner received 52.57% of the vote, beating out North Kitsap’s Colton Bower who finished second with 12.93%. Castle Rock’s Wyatt Partridge finished third with 6.91% and Monroe’s Riley Rudolfo finished fourth with 5.84%.

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of March 1-7:

Cooper Christensen, Royal: Senior wide receiver caught nine passes for 210 yards and three TDs in Knights’ 50-10 win over 4A Eastmont.

Jake Bowen, Union: Caught two touchdown passes and two interceptions in Union’s 60-13 win over Mountain View.

Colton Bower, North Kitsap: Threw three touchdown passes and rushed for two more in a lopsided win over Bainbridge.

Sam Anderson, Colville: Totaled five touchdowns in a 48-0 season-opening win over Medical Lake: three through the air (184 yards passing), two through the air (144 rushing), according to The Statesman Examiner.

Jordan Dwyer, Puyallup: Finished with 124 receiving yards and two touchdowns on five catches in 38-13 win over Sumner.

Jay Harper-Brooks, Fife: Turned 15 carries into 153 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Washington, per The News Tribune.

Tyson Lang, Glacier Peak: Accounted for three touchdowns — two passing and one on his feet — in a 35-7 win over Marysville Pilchuck.

Unterrio Latin-Henley, Eastside Catholic: Freshman caught touchdown passes of 67 and 12 yards, which totaled 109 yards on five catches, in his debut — the Crusaders’ 20-0 shutout of No. 1 O’Dea.

Conner Noah, Kelso: Ran for 189 yards, three touchdowns and had a pick-six in a lopsided win over Battle Ground.

Andre Northrup, Hockinson: Caught eight passes for 137 yards and a touchdown and added two interceptions on defense in a win over Columbia River, per The Columbian, a week after recording a pick-six and 99-yard kickoff return for touchdown. 

Sonny Pitts, Union: Kicked a school record 47-yard field goal in a win over Mountain View after setting the record with a 45-yarder in Week 1.

Wyatt Partridge, Castle Rock: Had 177 rushing yards — 105 in the first half — on 16 carries and three touchdowns in a 48-0 win over Columbia-White Salmon.

Michael Purl, Cascade: Rushed for 180 yards and two touchdowns in a lopsided win over Cedarest, reports The Everett Herald.

Trace Ridgway, Montesano: Tallied 265 total yards — 177 rushing — and four touchdowns in a 41-24 win over La Center, reports The Columbian.

Jay Roughton, Lake Stevens: Finished with 180 yards and three touchdown rushes in a season-opening win over Archbishop Murphy, reports The Everett Herald.

Riley Rudolfo, Monroe: Logged three interceptions and a touchdown catch in a 14-0 win over Arlington, per The Everett Herald.

Jimmy Strange, Naselle: Turned five carries into 144 yards and four touchdowns in a 76-0 win over Northwest Christian.

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