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Union’s Grayson Caldwell is the Northwest Personal Training Week 26 prep athlete of the week

Titan track and field standout beats out Camas golfer Jacinda Lee

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Union track and field athlete Grayson Caldwell is the Northwest Personal Training Week 26 high school athlete of the week.

Caldwell beat out Camas golfer Jacinda Lee for the honor.

Caldwell posted a pair of region-best times in the 400 meters (51.11) and 800 meters (1:56.37) with a couple of top-12 finishes at the Oregon Relays.

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.

FINAL RESULTS

  1. Grayson Caldwell, Union, 221
  2. Jacinda Lee, Camas, 204
  3. Makani Geisen, King’s Way Christian, 159
  4. Mary Fogg, Mountain View, 118
  5. Grace Twiss, Evergreen, 76

Here is what the other nominees did last week:

MARY FOGG, MOUNTAIN VIEW SOFTBALL: The senior went 8 for 12 with four runs, a double, home run and three RBI in three games.

MAKANI GEISEN, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN BASEBALL: Geisen threw a five-inning no-hitter with 13 strikeouts and went 4 for 7 with three runs, a double, triple and four RBI in a doubleheader sweep of Castle Rock.

JACINDA LEE, CAMAS GIRLS GOLF: Lee won a singles and alternate-shot matches in the Titan Cup and was the medalist in wins over Skyview and Heritage.

GRACE TWISS, EVERGREEN GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD: Twiss posted the state’s second-best time in Class 3A in the 300 hurdles (45.57) during her win at the Willamette Falls Invitational.

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