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Mountain View’s Jaden Rippelmeyer is the Northwest Personal Training Week 24 prep athlete of the week

Thunder senior beats out Hockinson's Enzo Oliverio for the weekly honor

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Mountain View baseball player Jayden Rippelmeyer is the Northwest Personal Training Week 24 high school athlete of the week.

Rippelmeyer beat out Hockinson’s Enzo Oliverio for the weekly honor.

Rippelmeyer, a senior, struck out 28 over 13.1 innings and went 5 for 9 for with a double, home run and seven RBI over four games for the Thunder.


  1. Jayden Rippelmeyer, Mountain View 216
  2. Enzo Oliverio, Hockinson 162
  3. Leanna Russell, Woodland 112
  4. Alex Brown, Columbia River 78
  5. Elle Thomas, Washougal 47

Here is a look at the other nominees:

ALEX BROWN, COLUMBIA RIVER BOYS SOCCER: The senior had three goals and four assists in two league wins for the undefeated Rapids.

ENZO OLIVERIO, HOCKINSON BOYS TRACK AND FIELD: The junior posted personal-best times in winning the 100 and 200 meters at meets at both Hudson’s Bay and Washougal.

LEANNA RUSSELL, WOODLAND SOFTBALL: The senior went 11 for 13 with three home runs, 10 runs, and 10 RBI in three league games for the Beavers.

ELLE THOMAS, WASHOUGAL GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD: The sophomore posted area-best times in the 1,600 (5:16.10) and 3,200 (11:21.76) in a meet with Hockinson and Mark Morris.

Past winners and nominees of the spring season:

WINNER: Hudson Schneider, Camas 287
Nae Stalcup, Evergreen 221
Zach Hauser, Battle Ground 166
Alex Harris, Columbia River 123
Shaela Bradley, La Center 45

WINNER: Maddi Milhorn, Skyview 524
Casey Struckmeier, Columbia River 255
Cody Wheeler, Hockinson 95
Diego Bejar, Evergreen 79
Ariel Ammentorp, Union 22

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