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Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Dec. 5, 2023

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Nominees for Northwest Personal Training Week 8 prep athlete of the week

Voting continues through 7 p.m. Thursday

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Here are the nominees for the Northwest Personal Training Week 8 high school athlete of the week.

Voting will continue until 7 p.m. Thursday, with results announced in Friday’s edition of The Columbian.

Winners of the athlete-of-the-week may not be nominated again during the regular season, and no athlete may be nominated in consecutive weeks.

To avoid vote manipulation, voters must provide an email address. Votes are limited to one per day per email address.

To access the ballot, click here.

Here are the nominees:

JOSEPH BLANSHAN, LA CENTER BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: Blanshan won the 1A district meet at Lewis River by 38 seconds, winning in a time of 16:14.

DANI BUTTRELL, FORT VANCOUVER GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: Buttrell placed fifth overall at the 2A district meet, leading Fort to its first district title in school history.

TOMMY JAMES, CAMAS BOYS TENNIS: The freshman won the 4A bi-district tennis singles title, helping the Papermakers capture the team title.

KRISTINA JANOSIKOVA, WOODLAND VOLLEYBALL: Janosikova averaged 13 assists, 16 digs and six kills in two league games for the Beavers.

MAYA WOODS, UNION GIRLS SOCCER: Woods scored goals in each of the Titans’ wins last week, including in their 3-0 playoff win over South Kitsap.

CURRENT STANDINGS (as of 8 a.m. Thursday)

Dani Buttrell, Fort Vancouver 238
Maya Woods, Union 145
Tommy James, Camas 113
Joseph Blanshan, La Center 51
Kristina Janosikova, Woodland 42

To access the ballot, click here.

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