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Prep Athlete of the Week Ballot - Week 12

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Place your vote now from the candidates below for Week 12 of the WGEM SportsCenter and Hannibal Regional Prep Athlete of the Week. Reminder that this online vote consists of one total vote towards determining the weekly winner. Thanks for participating!

  • WGEM Web Poll

  • Who should be this week's winner of the WGEM SportsCenter and Hannibal Regional Prep Athlete of the Week? Select from the candidates below, and thanks for voting!

  • Thank you for participating in our poll. Here are the results so far:

    Emily Box (Holy Trinity) – Box had a match best 25 kills in the Lady Crusaders’ state quarterfinal win over Starmont, and she backed it up with 14 more in their loss to top-ranked Janesville that ended their season in the Iowa Class 1A semifinals.
    33%
    545 votes
    Sydney Hummert (QND) – The sophomore continued her steady play as the Lady Raiders fell just short, losing to St. Thomas More in the championship match. Hummert posted 12 kills in the loss and also had six kills and seven digs in their semifinal win.
    3%
    41 votes
    Caleb Lapsley (Clark County) – Make it eight straight wins now for the Indians and a spot in the Missouri Class 2 semifinals. Lapsley had 218 yards on 16 carries and three touchdowns, including a 90-yard run to open the scoring, against North Callaway.
    37%
    596 votes
    Cole Pennewell (Monroe City) – Coming back from an illness that kept him off the field through a majority of the district action for the Panthers, the back rumbled for 151 yards and a touchdown Saturday at Westran on just nine carries as they advanced.
    11%
    181 votes
    Josie Stanford (Payson) – The senior helped lead the Lady Indians to the program’s first state title in Class 1A, with 13 kills against Stewardson-Strasburg in the title match. In the semifinal win over Newark she had four kills and four digs.
    16%
    268 votes
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