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Prep Sports Weekly

Prep Sports Weekly 10-10-19

Prep Sports Weekly, Thursday, September 10, 2019. We meet the Monroe Bearcats in studio with WR Efton Chism III; RB Blake Rybar and QB Gio Fregoso. Our football coach's carousel features a visit with Squalicum head coach Nick Lucey and Shorewood head coach Brandon Torrey. We wrap-up with information about the annual Hole In The Wall Cross Country Invite at Lakewood High School with coach Jeff Sowards.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Davanta Murphy-McMillan Male Student Athlete of the Month September 2019

Our KRKO Radio Russell & Hill Male Student Athlete of the Month for September 2019 is Davanta Murphy-McMillan, running back for the Cascade Bruins. So far this season (through 4 games), the 5' 9" 170 lb. senior has 118 carries, 1076 rushing yards, 15 touchdowns; averaging 9.1 yards per carry and 269 yards per game. Against Everett he racked up 334 yards and 6 touchdowns and against Mount Vernon had 322 yards and 3 touchdowns on an amazing 43 carries. Davanta’s GPA is 3.6 and his goal is to rush for 2000 yards this season. Jordan Sieh is head football coach at Cascade High School. Congratulations Davanta!

Monday, October 07, 2019

MacKenzie Whyte Female Student Athlete of the Month September 2019

Congratulations to Snohomish Volleyball player MacKenzie Whyte, our KRKO Radio Russell & Hill Student Athlete of the Month for September 2019. MacKenzie is a junior co-captain who plays all over the court; the Panthers are currently 6-0 and has yet to drop a set this year and has won 26 consecutive matches in the Western Conference. Mac currently leads Wesco 3A in kills and service aces and broke the school individual record on the opening night of the 2019 season with 13 service aces against Edmonds-Woodway. Snohomish finished 5th at the state tournament in 2018 and 8th in 2017. Would eventually like to play Division I volleyball and her dream school is Penn State; she’s hoping to become a veterinarian. Her sister played at UCONN. Alex Tarin is head volleyball coach at Snohomish.

Monday, October 07, 2019