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Continued: Prep athletes of the week

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The junior running back is a highly regarded college prospect because of his 4.45 speed. He showed it off with the finest outing of his career in a 38-22 victory over Coon Rapids, rushing for 297 yards on 25 carries (an 11.9-yard average) and five touchdowns.


Eagan • Volleyball

Eagan won the prestigious Apple Valley Eagle Invitational last Saturday behind the stellar all-around play of the senior outside hitter. She had 60 kills, a kill percentage of .550 and 32 digs. “Her defense was as fabulous as her offense,” coach Kathy Gillen said.


Minnetonka Soccer

The sophomore forward gave Wayzata fits in a 4-1 victory, scoring three goals and assisting on the fourth. Two days later, he scored what proved to be the game-winning goal in a 2-0 victory over Hopkins. He leads the Skippers with 12 goals and 10 assists.


Nova Classical Volleyball

The 5-11 senior middle hitter helped the Knights remain undefeated (8-0) in the Eastern Minnesota Athletic Conference and became the first Athlete of the Week from Nova Academy. In two matches she had 29 kills with a .604 kill percentage.

Jim Paulsen


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