Congratulations to Emerald Ridge RB/LB Logan Lisherness for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Financial institution Washington Excessive College Athlete of the Week for Nov. 7-12!
When Emerald Ridge wanted a more in-depth in its first-ever WIAA state playoff victory, Lisherness delivered within the fourth quarter. He had a key interception of Cole Hunt in Jaguars’ territory with 8:35 to go, then scored 4 minutes afterward a 16-yard run to place away a 21-9 win over Eastlake. He completed with 96 yards on 17 carries.
Lisherness obtained 40.0% of the vote, beating out Freeman soccer participant Boen Phelpswho completed second with 25.8%.
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Listed here are the opposite athletes who had been nominated for the week of Nov. 7-12:
Xe’ree Alexander, Kennedy Catholic soccer: When the Lancers turned to the run sport towards Richland, Alexander delivered with 254 dashing yards on 14 carries with two lengthy landing gallops in a 4A first-round win.
Gianna Anderson, Oakesdale Volleyball: The reigning co-1B participant of the 12 months guided her crew to yet one more Class 1B state title – its ninth prior to now 11 years – for the Nighthawks.
Brock Beaner, Anacortes soccer: Rushed for 213 yards on 25 carries with a pair of touchdowns because the Seahawks’ run sport wore down West Valley of Spokane in a 2A first-round victory.
Kate Christian, Kamiakin ladies soccer: The MCC participant of the 12 months tallied the game-winning aim within the second half within the Braves’ 2-1 victory over West Valley of Yakima within the Class 4A quarterfinals.
Piper Enge, Mercer Island ladies swimming: Received two state titles within the 200-yard particular person medley and 100-yard breaststroke. She recorded an All-America automated time of 1:59.94 within the 200 IM and earned swimmer of the meet honors.
Lilly Etter, Gonzaga Prep Volleyball: The senior had 12 kills and 4 aces because the Bullpups swept apart Richland in three units within the 4A district title match.
Carsyn Gildehaus, St. George’s ladies soccer: Tallied 4 targets for the fourth-seeded Dragons, who thumped Tonasket, 5-2, within the 2B/1B quarterfinals.
Ava Gruner, Sammamish ladies swimming: Defended her state title within the 100-yard fly with a time of 56.95 and in addition gained the 200-yard particular person medley in 2:07.11 to do her half in serving to Sammamish win the crew title, as nicely.
Sirkeenen Hart, O’Dea soccer: With star working again Jason Brown out, Hart made probably the most of his time on the sphere, racking up 188 complete yards and two scores on runs of 51 and 33 yards in a 3A first-round victory over Peninsula.
Ella Jablonski, Lakeside of Seattle ladies swimming: The sophomore got here away with two state titles within the 100-yard butterfly and 100-yard backstroke. Her time of 52.05 within the 100 butterfly set a brand new state document.
Jake Jeske, Liberty of Spangle soccer: Accounted for 3 touchdowns within the Lancers’ win over River View with dashing scores of 40 and 11 yards. He additionally had a 5-yard landing go.
Gabarri Johnson, Lincoln of Tacoma Soccer: Totaled 317 yards of offense with landing passes of 29, 28, 32 and 13 yards. He additionally had an 11-yard dashing rating in Lincoln’s dominating win over Monroe.
Colton Lentz, Nooksack Valley soccer: Carried the ball 25 occasions for 143 yards and three touchdowns to assist lead the Nooksack Valley offense and get to the quarterfinals for the primary time since 2010.
Jayden Limar, Lake Stevens soccer: Put the crew on his again once more, dashing for 3 touchdowns on runs of 28, 10 and three yards and hauling in one other for a 37-yard rating in a come-from-behind win over North Creek.
Ellie Marble, La Conner Volleyball: Had 29 kills, 18 digs and two aces because the Braves gained their fourth consecutive Class 2B title over Colfax.
Jake Mason, Ferndale soccer: A giant purpose why the Golden Eagles received again to the quarterfinals. Mason blocked two kicks towards Kelso with one being recovered in the long run zone for a rating.
Lilomaiava Mikaele, Gonzaga Prep soccer: Has been the workhorse of the Bullpups’ offense currently and did not decelerate in any respect towards Kamiakin. He ran the ball 30 occasions for 190 yards and three touchdowns.
Ky Nation, Eatonville soccer: Supplied half of Eatonville’s scoring with a 59-yard dashing rating and 70-yard landing seize. He completed with 83 yards on the bottom and 70 yards by way of the air in a win over Zillah.
Gavin Packer, Skyview soccer: In what ended up being the final sport of the season for Skyview, Packer had an enormous day recording 14 receptions for 273 yards and two touchdowns at a loss to Graham-Kapowsin.
Boen Phelps, Freeman soccer: Had a hand in all 4 of the Scotties’ touchdowns with passing scores of 23, 19 and 26 yards to go together with a 1-yard dashing landing in Freeman’s upset win over King’s.
Kayla Pope, Tumwater ladies soccer: Notched a aim and help in a 3-0 win over Lynden that places the Thunderbirds within the 2A state semifinals for the primary time in class historical past.
Rodrigo Rodriguez, Onalaska Soccer: Had 17 carries for 80 yards, however his three touchdowns had been essential in an upset win over Coupeville. He additionally had an interception on protection.
Kyler Ronquillo, Yelm soccer: Recorded a dashing landing, receiving landing and interception within the first half, and completed with 270 yards of complete offense within the Tornados’ win over Southridge.
Alia Rust, Columbia River ladies soccer: The goalkeeper recorded 10 saves, many coming within the last minutes, in a 2-1 Rapids’ win over West Valley of Spokane to punch their ticket to the state semifinals.
Ashley Shumate, Lynden Volleyball: A 20-kill, 20-dig, double-double led the Lions over Burlington-Edison within the district championship and helped Lynden earn the No. 1 seed within the 2A state match.
Logan Sloman, North Kitsap soccer: Caught 5 passes for 95 yards and two touchdowns within the Vikings’ 31-7 over Fife. He received it achieved on protection, too, bringing down a pair of interceptions.
Ivy Vindivich, Puyallup volleyball: Was driving pressure in 4 matches (60 kills, 18 digs, six blocks, .412 hitting proportion) in serving to undefeated Puyallup the West Central District title and No. 1 seed within the 4A state match.