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Prairie’s Hayden Rose is the Northwest Personal Training Week 14 high school athlete of the week

Rose beats out Ridgefield's Abe for the honor

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Prairie basketball player Hayden Rose is the Northwest Personal Training Week 14 high school athlete of the week.

Rose rallied to beat out Ridgefield’s Uruwa Abe for the honor.

Rose scored 25 points and 34 points as the Falcons split a pair of league games.

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.


  1. Hayden Rose, Prairie 306
  2. Uruwa Abe, Ridgefield 266
  3. Mahaila Harrison, Hudson’s Bay 188
  4. Kailee Wilcox, Evergreen 87
  5. Alexander Wahlman, Union 81

Here are the other Week 14 nominees:

URUWA ABE, RIDGEFIELD GIRLS WRESTLING: Abe scored two pins en route to winning the 110-pound division at the Kelso Girls Invitational.

MAHAILA HARRISON, HUDSON’S BAY BOYS BASKETBALL: Harrison scored 17 points and 19 points in two league wins for the Eagles.

ALEXANDER WAHLMAN, UNION BOYS SWIMMING: Wahlman posted a state-qualifying time in the 100 free and helped Union post state-qualifying times in the 200 medley and 400 free relays.

KAILEE WILCOX, EVERGREEN GIRLS BOWLING: Wilcox averaged 186 games over four games, including a high game of 212.

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