Vote for MLive Muskegon Athlete of the Week September 21-28
MUSKEGON — We’ve seen some impressive individual performances on local tennis courts, soccer fields, volleyball courts, golf courses and aquatic centers so far this fall sports season.
Now we want MLive and Muskegon Chronicle readers to decide who had the most impressive week in their game and who deserves the top spot in our Athlete of the Week poll. You can vote as many times as you like by Tuesday noon for the student-athlete you think had the most impressive start to the season.
This week’s winner will be announced on Tuesday afternoon with a separate article highlighting the player and his achievements so far this season.
Coaches are encouraged to nominate an athlete from their team for next week’s poll by emailing [email protected] with stats and highlights.
Clayton Ackley, Hart
The Pirates senior cross-country runner finished in a time of 16:01.7 to earn Falcon Division race honors at the Cougar-Eagle Invitational.
Paige Anderson, Reeths-Puffer
The Rockets standout golfer shot a 78 at Lincoln Golf Club to earn individual medalist honors at the Rocket Invitational on Tuesday.
Caleb Branch, Mona Shores
The Sailors senior cross-country racer finished in a time of 15:51.2 to earn Eagle Division race honors at the Cougar-Eagle Invitational.
Conrad Bush, Spring Lake
The Lakers football star recorded a hat trick to help his team win against Coopersville.
Ella Dykman, Fruitport Calvary Christian
The Eagles volleyball star recorded 30 kills and 16 aces against Libertaas and added 23 digs, 14 kills, four aces and two blocks against Tri-Unity Christian.
Abbie Fowler, Holton
The Red Devils volleyball star recorded 23 digs, 21 assists, six aces and three kills in a Tri-Meet against Tri-County and Oakridge.
Navea Gauthier, Shelby
The Tigers volleyball star recorded 31 kills, 19 service points, six aces, 12 digs and two blocks in a three-set sweep of Holton on Tuesday.
Maddie Geers, Kent Town
The Eagles volleyball star recorded 53 kills and 49 digs at the Oakridge Invitational last weekend and added 22 digs and 17 kills against Big Rapids.
Mackenzie Goudreau, Montague
The Wildcats golf star shot a 75 to earn individual medalist honors at the Greater Muskegon Athletic Association meet last week at Stonegate Golf Club.
Sadie Haase, Fruitport
The Trojans volleyball star recorded 16 kills in a game against Grand Rapids West Catholic and added 31 kills, seven aces and four blocks at the Bryon Center Invitational.
Spencer Holmes, Ludington
The Orioles soccer star scored twice in a 3-0 win over Allendale on Saturday and followed that up with another two-goal game against Fremont on Monday.
Addi Hovey, Hart
The Pirates volleyball star recorded 35 kills, 10 blocks, 13 digs, eight aces and one assist at the Freedom Invitational.
Jessica Jazwinski, Hart
The Pirates’ sophomore cross-country runner finished with a time of 17:54.1 to earn Falcon Division race honors at the Cougar-Eagle Invitational.
Kalli Lewkowski, Spring Lake
The Lakers volleyball star recorded 28 kills, 17 digs, 13 aces and four blocks at the Montague Quad last weekend.
Samuel Martini, Town of Kent
The Eagles junior cross country runner finished with a time of 16:10.50 to take top honors at the CSAA jamboree at Morley Stanwood.
Emma McKinley, Ludington
The Orioles junior golfer is tied for individual medalist honors with a 74 at the home invitational of her team at Lincoln Hills Golf Club.
Natalie Pannucci, North Muskegon
The Norse volleyball star recorded 11 kills, 12 digs and eight assists in a win over Mason County Central.
Jackson Rebone, Fruitport
The Trojans soccer star scored two second-half goals to help his side to a 2-1 win over Allendale on Monday night.
Dylan Sutton, Town of Kent
The Eagles football star scored four goals and added an assist in a win over Lakeview.
Anastasia Trevino, Montague
The Wildcats volleyball star recorded 30 kills and seven blocks in a home quad against Pentwater, Holton and Spring Lake last weekend.
Maddy Vaara, Ludington
The Orioles volleyball star recorded a game-high 36 kills and added seven aces, seven digs and three blocks in the West Michigan Conference quad last week.
Lila Volkers, Town of Kent
The sophomore Eagles cross country runner finished with a time of 18:38.02 to take top honors at the CSAA jamboree at Morley Stanwood.
Izzy Whittaker, Grand Haven
The Buccaneers standout volleyball player recorded 31 kills at the Marian Quad last weekend and added eight more kills against Hudsonville.
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