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Bay Area News Group girls athlete of the week: Welcome to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & East Bay Times) girls Athlete of the Week poll! Each week, we highlight outstanding performances from local athletes and give you the opportunity to vote for the winner. This week, we have an impressive lineup of candidates who excelled from October 16th to 21st. From tennis to water polo, these athletes have shown exceptional skill and determination. Remember, polls close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, so make sure to cast your vote before then. Winners will be announced every Friday online and in the print edition of the Mercury News and East Bay Times sports sections. So, without further ado, let’s meet the nominees and celebrate their incredible achievements!

Bay Area News Group Girls Athlete of the Week Poll

Bay Area News Group Girls Athlete of the Week Poll

Welcome to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & East Bay Times) girls Athlete of the Week poll. Each week, we recognize outstanding performances from local athletes and give you the opportunity to vote for the winner.

Important Information

Before you cast your vote, please take note of the following important information:

  • We strictly prohibit the use of bots or any other artificial methods of voting. Any suspicious activity may result in the disqualification of candidates and a permanent suspension of the poll.
  • Votes by email and any votes submitted after 5 p.m. on Wednesday will not be counted.
  • Winners will be announced every Friday online and in the print edition of the Mercury News and East Bay Times sports sections.
  • If you would like to nominate a candidate for future Athlete of the Week polls, please email us at highschools@bayareanewsgroup.com. Nominations are accepted until 11 a.m. each Monday.
  • We also review stats submitted to MaxPreps by coaches and team statisticians to ensure a comprehensive evaluation of each candidate.
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How to Vote

Voting is simple and easy. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the poll. You can vote as many times as you’d like until the deadline without using bots or any other artificial methods of voting.

Deadline and Voting Rules

The polls close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Remember, votes submitted after this time will not be counted. Please ensure that you have cast your vote before the deadline to support your favorite athlete.

Nominees

Here are the talented athletes who have been nominated for the Bay Area News Group Girls Athlete of the Week:

Elise Chen, Menlo School Tennis

Elise Chen, a sophomore from Menlo School, showcased her skills on the tennis court. She secured two straight-set victories, playing as the No. 1 singles against Crystal and as the No. 2 singles against Sacred Heart Prep. Chen’s exceptional performance contributed to Menlo School’s 36th league title.

Camy De La Chevrotiere, Heritage Volleyball

Camy De La Chevrotiere, Heritage Volleyball

Camy De La Chevrotiere, a sophomore from Heritage High School, made a significant impact on the volleyball court. In a match against Freedom, she demonstrated her versatility with three aces, 12 assists, four digs, and two blocks. Her outstanding performance helped Heritage secure a victory and move into first place in the BVAL standings.

Gracie Imrisek, Archbishop Mitty Water Polo

Gracie Imrisek, a senior from Archbishop Mitty, showcased her skills in water polo. During the Tri-Valley invite, she scored an impressive 10 goals. As the team captain, Imrisek played a crucial role in helping her school secure victories against Amador Valley and Liberty. Throughout the season, she has scored a remarkable 55 goals.

Paige Bennett, Foothill Volleyball

Paige Bennett, a senior from Foothill High School, displayed her talent on the volleyball court. In a victory over Amador Valley, she contributed 16 kills, 11 digs, and nine aces. Bennett’s exceptional performance helped Foothill maintain an impressive record of 30-1. Later in the week, she played a crucial role in securing victories against Monte Vista and San Ramon Valley, leading her team to win the EBAL title.

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Abbie Mackintosh, Pioneer Flag Football

Abbie Mackintosh, a senior from Pioneer High School, showcased her skills in flag football. In a home game against Notre Dame-San Jose, she made a significant impact on both offense and defense. Mackintosh caught three touchdown passes, including a two-point conversion, and also intercepted three passes. Her exceptional performance played a crucial role in leading Pioneer to victory.

Hannah McDonald, Sequoia Water Polo

Hannah McDonald, a junior from Sequoia High School, demonstrated her talent in water polo. In a match against Hillsdale, she scored an impressive nine goals, contributing significantly to her team’s 16-13 victory. McDonald’s exceptional skills have earned her a place on the all-Peninsula Athletic League team for the past two seasons.

Yesenia Moffett, Pittsburg Water Polo

Yesenia Moffett, a junior from Pittsburg High School, showcased her skills in water polo. In a victory over Antioch, she had an outstanding performance, scoring six goals, five of which were scored in the first half. Moffett also contributed six steals and three assists. Throughout the season, she has scored an impressive 49 goals.

Tessa Smith, Castro Valley Volleyball

Tessa Smith, a sophomore from Castro Valley High School, made a significant impact on the volleyball court. In a victory over Bishop O’Dowd, she contributed 15 kills and three blocks. Smith’s exceptional performance played a crucial role in helping Castro Valley finish with a record of 11-1 and secure first place in the league.

Samantha Tow, Carlmont Flag Football

Samantha Tow, a freshman from Carlmont High School, showcased her skills in flag football. In games against Burlingame and San Mateo, she made a remarkable impact on defense, recording 18 flag pulls and three interceptions. Coach Oscar Cortez III praised Tow’s exceptional performance, highlighting her 12 interceptions so far this season.

Jazmine Turcios, Andrew Hill Flag Football

Jazmine Turcios, a talented athlete from Andrew Hill High School, displayed her skills in flag football. In a game against Lincoln-San Jose, she made a significant impact on both offense and defense. Turcios had three interceptions as a defensive back and also threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Yjana Pugh.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: We prohibit the use of bots and any other artificial methods of voting. Suspicious activity could lead to the disqualification of candidates and a permanent suspension of the Athlete of the Week poll. Please note: Votes by email and after 5 p.m. Wednesday are not counted.

Welcome to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & East Bay Times) girls Athlete of the Week poll. For the entire academic year, we will provide a list of candidates who stood out over the previous week and allow you, the reader, to vote for the winner. This week, we consider performances from Oct. 16-21. Polls close at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Vote as many times as you’d like until then without using bots or any other artificial methods of voting. Votes by email and any votes after 5 p.m. on Wednesday are not counted. Winners are announced each Friday online and in the print edition of the Mercury News and East Bay Times sports sections. Candidates for future Athlete of the Week polls can be nominated at highschools@bayareanewsgroup.com. We accept nominations until 11 a.m. each Monday. We also review stats submitted to MaxPreps by coaches/team statisticians.

On to the nominees:

  • Elise Chen, Menlo School tennis: Chen, a sophomore, won a pair of straight-set victories – playing No. 1 singles against Crystal and No.2 singles against Sacred Heart Prep. Those victories helped Menlo School win its 36th league title.
  • Camy De La Chevrotiere, Heritage volleyball: De La Chevrotiere, a sophomore, had three aces, 12 assists, four digs and two blocks as Heritage defeated Freedom and jumped into first place in the BVAL standings.
  • Gracie Imrisek, Archbishop Mitty water polo: Imrisek, a senior, scored 10 goals at the Tri-Valley invite during the weekend. The team captain helped the San Jose school win against Amador Valley and Liberty, and has scored 55 goals this season.
  • Paige Bennett, Foothill volleyball: Bennett, a senior, had 16 kills, 11 digs and nine aces as Foothill improved to 30-1 in a victory over Amador Valley. Foothill later defeated Monte

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I use bots or artificial methods to vote in the Athlete of the Week poll?

    No, the use of bots or any other artificial methods of voting is strictly prohibited. Suspicious activity could lead to the disqualification of candidates and a permanent suspension of the poll.

    When do the polls for the Athlete of the Week close?

    The polls close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Any votes received after this time will not be counted.

    How many times can I vote in the Athlete of the Week poll?

    You can vote as many times as you’d like until the polls close on Wednesday. However, please ensure that you are not using bots or any other artificial methods of voting.

    Where are the winners of the Athlete of the Week poll announced?

    The winners are announced each Friday online and in the print edition of the Mercury News and East Bay Times sports sections.

    How can I nominate candidates for future Athlete of the Week polls?

    You can nominate candidates by sending an email to highschools@bayareanewsgroup.com. Nominations are accepted until 11 a.m. each Monday.