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Nominees for The Columbian 2023-24 Week 9 prep athlete of the week

Athletes from Hockinson, Camas, Seton Catholic, Columbia River and Ridgefield

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Here are the nominees for the The Columbian 2023-24 Week 9 high school athlete of the week.

Voting will continue until 7 p.m. Thursday.

To avoid vote manipulation, voting is restricted by IP address, one vote per IP address. That means people voting while connected to a public WIFI access may be unable to vote. We suggest voting be done by private internet access or through your cellular provider.

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.

Next week will be the final ballot before a break between fall and winter seasons. Nominees will be posted and voting will begin Monday and run through Wednesday.

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Here are the nominees:

ABBY DOMBROW, HOCKINSON GIRLS SOCCER: Dombrow scored both goals in a pair of 1-0 district-playoff wins, helping the Hawks secure a state playoff berth.

HALLE REITER, CAMAS VOLLEYBALL: Reiter had 30 digs, five aces and three assists in two wins as the Papermakers capped an unbeaten league season.

ALEXIS LEONE, SETON CATHOLIC GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: Leone was the highest-placing local runner in the Class 1A race at the state meet, placing seventh in 19:15.

JACOB MCMANUS, COLUMBIA RIVER BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: McManus placed second overall in the Class 2A race at the state meet, finishing the race in 15:31.

MEDEA RUSU, RIDGEFIELD GIRLS SWIMMING: Rusu won the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke at the 2A district meet in Shelton.

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