Best prep performances from week of Oct. 15-20
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Marysville Pilchuck running back Austin Joyner breaks away on a fourth-quarter touchdown run that gave Marysville Pilchuck a 40-39 lead during the Tomahawks' 47-39 win over the Wildcats Friday in Oak Harbor.
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PatrickChung of Cascade serves to Ben Mietzner of Jackson during their match on the second day of the Wesco 4A south tournament a Jackson High School.
Football | M. Pilchuck
The Tomahawks running back/defensive back rushed for 266 yards and scored a touchdown and also sealed his team's 47-39 win over Oak Harbor in the Wesco 3A North championship game with an interception in the end zone.
Counting the votes: Lake Stevens RB Austin Otis won the fan vote. Herald writer Rich Myhre voted for Desmond Young and Herald writer Aaron Lommers voted for Otis. Herald prep editor Aaron Swaney and Herald writers David Krueger and Jon Saperstein voted for Joyner.
Boys tennis | Cascade
The Bruins singles player swept his three matches at the Wesco South 4A divisional tournament, including a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Jackson's Ben Mietzner in the championship match, to remain unbeaten on the season.
Girls soccer | Cascade
The Bruins forward scored the eventual game-winning goal in a 2-1 win over Edmonds-Woodway and had two goals in a win over Lynnwood to catapult Cascade into a tie for first place with Edmonds-Woodway.
Volleyball | Everett
The Seagulls outside hitter had 12 kills in a win over first-place Stanwood and 10 kills and nine digs in a win over Oak Harbor as Everett swept its two toughest Wesco 3A North rivals and extended its win streak to four games.
Girls swimming | Meadowdale
The Mavericks swimmer set Edmond's School District swim records in the 50 and 100 freestyle races, including besting the 100 free record by nearly 2 seconds.
Boys cross country | Kamiak
The Knights harrier finished seventh at the Wesco 4A Conference Meet but he was the first of four Kamiak runners to finish in the top-11 to help the Knights take first place, one point ahead of Jackson.
Girls cross country | Snohomish
The Panthers runner took fourth place overall to lead Snohomish to a first-place finish at the Wesco 4A Conference Meet.
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