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Camas’ Hudson Schneider is the Northwest Personal Training Week 23 prep athlete of the week

Track and field athlete beats out Evergreen's Nae Stalcup for honor

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Camas track and field athlete Hudson Schneider is the Northwest Personal Training Week 23 high school athlete of the week.

Schneider beat out Evergreen softball player Nae Stalcup for the honor.

Schneider won the 100, triple jump, placed third in the long jump and helped Camas win the 400 relay at the Tiger Invite at Battle Ground.

Because spring break is next week, the next athlete-of-the-week vote will begin on April 11.

Here are the final vote totals:

  1. Hudson Schneider, Camas 287
  2. Nae Stalcup, Evergreen 221
  3. Zach Hauser, Battle Ground 166
  4. Alexander Harris, Columbia River 123
  5. Shaela Bradley, La Center 45

Here is what the other nominees did last week:

SHAELA BRADLEY, LA CENTER GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD: The sophomore won the 400, placed second in the long jump, third in the 100 and fourth in the 200 at the Tiger Invite at Battle Ground.

ALEXANDER HARRIS, COLUMBIA RIVER BOYS SOCCER: Harris had two goals and two assists in a 5-0 win over Woodland, and added one goal and one assist in a 2-0 win over Skyview.

ZACH HAUSER, BATTLE GROUND BASEBALL: Hauser threw a two-hit shutout with nine strikeouts against Prairie and struck out the side to record the save in 4-3 win over Kelso.

NAE STALCUP, EVERGREEN SOFTBALL: Stalcup went 6 for 8 in two games with six runs, six RBI and two home runs, including the game-winner against Union.

Past winners and nominees of the spring season:

WEEK 22
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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