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Ridgefield’s Josie Rinta voted Northwest Personal Training Week 2 prep athlete of the week

Rinta receives 321 votes to beat out Madison Wick of Mountain View

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Josie Rinta of Ridgefield girls soccer is the Northwest Personal Training Week 2 high school athlete of the week.

Rinta received 321 votes to outdistance Madison Wick of Mountain View girls swimming.

Rinta had nine saves in a scoreless draw the Spudders won on PKs, and added seven saves in a 1-0 win over Columbia River.


  1. Josie Rinta, Ridgefield girls soccer 321
  2. Madison Wick, Mountain View girls swimming 210
  3. Eli Huntington, Camas boys golf, 204
  4. Ashley Griffith, Union slowpitch softball, 85
  5. Lauren Dreves, Columbia River volleyball, 25

Here are the nominees:

LAUREN DREVES, COLUMBIA RIVER VOLLEYBALL: Dreves had 18 kills, six digs and an ace in a win over R.A. Long.

ASHLEY GRIFFITH, UNION SLOWPITCH SOFTBALL: Griffith went 8 for 11 with three doubles, 3 RBI and and eight runs in three wins for the Titans.

ELI HUNTINGTON, CAMAS BOYS GOLF: Huntington posted a pair of 4-under-par rounds at Camas Meadows in wins over Columbia River and Ridgefield.

MADISON WICK, MOUNTAIN VIEW GIRLS SWIMMING: Wick was the top-scoring individual at the Mark Morris Sprint Pentathlon, winning the 25 individual medley, 25 butterfly and 100 backstroke and finishing second in the 500 freestyle.

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