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Washougal’s Jamie Maas is the Northwest Personal Training Week 28 prep athlete of the week

Maas beats out Ridgefield's Elizabeth Perry for the honor

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Washougal track and field athlete Jamie Maas is the Northwest Personal Training Week 28 high school athlete of the week.

Maas beat out Ridgefield softball player Elizabeth Peery for the honor.

Maas ran the region’s top time (2:18.43) in the 800 in a meet vs. Woodland — second-best in 2A state this season — and was a runner-up in the 400 at the Spudder Classic.

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. Nominees for the next athlete-of-the-week vote will be posted on Monday.


  1. Jamie Maas, Washougal, 379
  2. Elizabeth Peery, Ridgefield, 341
  3. Rory McDonald, Union, 217
  4. Brendan Bowyer, Skyview 66
  5. Daniel Barna, Columbia River, 35

Here is what the other nominees accomplished:

DANIEL BARNA, COLUMBIA RIVER BOYS TRACK AND FIELD: Barna won the 1,600 (4:24.85) and the 1,600 (9:42.70) at the Spudder Classic at Ridgefield.

BRENDAN BOWYER, SKYVIEW BASEBALL: Bowyer earned a save in a playoff clinching win over Camas, then allowed one run over seven innings in a 2-1 bi-district playoff win over Bellarmine.

RORY MCDONALD, UNION BOYS SOCCER: The goalkeeper recorded three shutouts, extending his streak to 10 straight shutouts, as the Titans clinched a state berth.

ELIZABETH PEERY, RIDGEFIELD SOFTBALL: Peery went 5 for 7 with four runs, a home run and five RBI, and also struck out four in five innings pitched in two league wins for the Spudders.

Rory McDonald, Union HS
Rory McDonald, Union HS Photo
Brendan Bowyer, Skyview HS
Brendan Bowyer, Skyview HS Photo
Daniel Barna, Columbia River HS
Daniel Barna, Columbia River HS Photo

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