Vote for Ann Arbor Prep Athlete of the Week (April 19-24)
ANN ARBOR – With the spring sports season in full swing, it’s time for readers to get their voices heard again.
Ann Arbor High School college athletes were able to return to competition after the 2020 season was canceled, and the athletes have wasted no time putting their skills to the test this year.
MLive has selected nine athletes from the region for readers to vote for this week. This survey is different from previous surveys readers are used to in that the results are not published until after the survey is completed.
Readers have unlimited voting until 9:00 a.m. Friday, and MLive will post the results later in the morning.
Area buses are encouraged to submit nominations for the weekly survey no later than Sunday morning by emailing [email protected]
Check out the candidates for the week of April 19-24 below.
NOTE: The results of the survey do not affect MLive’s postseason honors and are used only to brag rights and express fanatic appreciation.
Seren Angus, Chelsea
Angus set a new personal record in the 3200 meter run with a time of 12: 33.94 in a meeting against Ypsilanti Lincoln and Adrian on Tuesday by 22 seconds.
Sam Bassett-Kennedy, Ann Arbor pioneer
Kass had three hits, three RBIs and scored three runs in a win against Pinckney on Monday. On Saturday he added four RBIs against Ypsilanti Lincoln.
Paige Cunningham, Ypsilanti Lincoln
Cunningham scored a 2-run home run in a win over Tecumseh and another 2-run homer in a win over Ann Arbor Huron last week.
Alex Gerdenich, Ann Arbor skyline
Gerdenich recorded five hits, seven RBIs, four stolen bases and scored three runs to help Skyline win 4-1 last week.
Emily McCalla, Chelsea
McCalla threw the Bulldogs a no-hitter in Friday’s 15-0 win over Ann Arbor Skyline.
Leah Thompson, Ypsilanti Lincoln
Thompson set a new school record at the Woodhaven Warrior Classic on Saturday.
Alysia Townsend, Milan
Townsend scored the winning goal and helped Milan 1-0 against New Boston Huron on Thursday.
Sam Sutton, Dexter
Sutton threw a no-hitter win against Saline in the first game of the double header and followed suit in the second game with a home run to help the Dreadnaughts secure the sweep.
Nicholas Walper, saline
Walper won both the 100 and 200 meter jumps in a meeting with Ann Arbor Huron and Temperance Bedford on Thursday with times of 11.43 and 23.09 seconds, respectively.
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