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Battle Ground’s Rylee Rehbein is Northwest Personal Training Week 30 prep athlete of the week

Softball standout beats out Columbia River soccer star Alex Harris for honor

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Battle Ground softball player Rylee Rehbein is the Northwest Personal Training Week 30 high school athlete of the week.

Rehbein beat out Columbia River soccer player Alex Harris for the honor.

Rehbein allowed just one run in 19 innings pitched with 34 strikeouts and four wins, and she was 6 for 12 with two doubles, a home run and six RBI.

This is the final athlete-of-the-week vote of the 2021-22 school year.


  1. Rylee Rehbein, Battle Ground, 357
  2. Alex Harris, Columbia River, 126
  3. Emma Lungwitz, Columbia River, 77
  4. Grady Millar, Mountain View, 38
  5. Shaela Bradley, La Center, 28

Here is wheat the other nominees did last week:

SHAELA BRADLEY, LA CENTER GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD: Bradley won the 100 meters, 400 meters and long jump at the District 4 meet, posting a state-best 1A time of 58.35 seconds.

ALEX HARRIS, COLUMBIA BOYS BOYS SOCCER: Harris scored five goals in two playoff games, including all three goals in a 3-0 state quarterfinal win over Othello.

EMMA LUNGWITZ, COLUMBIA RIVER GIRLS TENNIS: The freshman posted three straight-set victories in taking the 2A District 4 singles championship, improving to 22-0 on the season.

GRADY MILLAR, MOUNTAIN VIEW BOYS GOLF: Millar shot a 75 and 72 to win the 3A bi-district tournament by one stroke at Trophy Lake Golf Course in Port Orchard.

Alexander Harris, Columbia River HS
Alexander Harris, Columbia River HS Photo
Emma Lungwitz, Columbia River HS
Emma Lungwitz, Columbia River HS Photo
Grady Millar, Mountain View HS
Grady Millar, Mountain View HS Photo
Shaela Bradley, La Center HS
Shaela Bradley, La Center HS Photo

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