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Shelby’s Navea Gauthier (2) drives the ball during the NorthPointe Christian vs. Shelby Division 3 regional semifinals at West Michigan Christian High School in Muskegon, Michigan, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021. (Annie Barker | MLive.com)Annie Barker | abarker@mlive.com

MUSKEGON – This fall sports season has seen some impressive individual performances on local tennis courts, soccer fields, volleyball courts, golf courses and aquatic centers.

Now, we want MLive and Muskegon Chronicle readers to decide who had the most impressive week on their playing field and deserves top marks in our Athlete of the Week poll. You can vote as many times as you like between today and Tuesday at noon for the student-athlete you think has had the most impressive start to the season.

This week’s winner will be announced on Tuesday afternoon with a separate post highlighting the player and their achievements this season.

Coaches are encouraged to nominate an athlete from their team for next week’s email vote jvandyke@mlive.com with stats and highlights.

Jordyn Anderson, Ludington

The Orioles’ standout volleyball team had 27 assists, nine aces, five digs, five kills and one block in a three-set win over Mason County Central and added 23 assists, eight blocks, eight kills, seven digs and one ace. three-set sweep of Western Michigan Christian.

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Reeths-Puffer golfer Paige Anderson poses with her regional medal after finishing fourth overall. (Photo courtesy of Reeths-Puffer Athletics.)

Paige Anderson, Reeths-Puffer

The Rockets’ golf standouts finished fourth overall at the Division 2 regional tournament at Arrowhead Golf Course in Lowell on Tuesday. She has now qualified for the state final tournament for the second year in a row.

Bode Anspach, Fruitport

The Trojans’ standout scored two goals and added one assist to lead the team to a 3-1 win over Allendale on Monday in the first round of the OK Blue Conference tournament.

Valerie Beek, Grand Haven

The Buccaneers sophomore runner posted a time of 18:41.10 to finish third overall in the Allendale Falcon Invitational Girls Scarlet Division.

Caleb Branch, Mona Shores

The senior cross country runner for the Sailors posted a time of 16:14.20 to finish third overall in the Allendale Falcon Invitational Boys Scarlet Division.

Delaney Buckner, Mona Shores

The Lady Turtles co-op swimmer won individual medals in the 200-meter medley (2:16.44) and 100-meter freestyle (56.24 seconds), and also participated in the 200-meter medley relay (2:00 ,39). ) and the 400m freestyle relay (4:06.22), which won their events in a 105-78 win over Holland High School.

Cam Burbridge, Grand Haven

The Buccaneers volleyball standout recorded a team-high 11 kills and five blocks in a four-set loss to No. 14 Rockford on Tuesday.

Madisyn Dykema, Rits-Puffer

The Rockets’ standout volleyball team recorded 13 kills and added three aces in their team’s three-set match against Holland on Tuesday.

Tatum Dykstra, Fruitport

The junior cross country runner for the Trojans finished in 20:50.23 to earn top honors in the girls race at the Fruitport Invitational.

NorthPointe Christian and Shelby Division 3 volleyball regional semifinals

Shelby’s Navea Gauthier (2) drives the ball during the NorthPointe Christian vs. Shelby Division 3 regional semifinals at West Michigan Christian High School in Muskegon, Michigan, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021. (Annie Barker | MLive.com)Annie Barker | abarker@mlive.com

Navea Gauthier, Shelby

The Tigers’ volleyball standout recorded 50 kills and three blocks in four matches at the Karen Kirk Memorial Tournament on Saturday. She also added 31 kills and two blocks in a three-set sweep of Whitehall and had 31 kills, 19 service points (six aces), 16 digs and four blocks in a win at North Muskegon on Tuesday.

The Montague girls golf team won the Division 4 state title

Montague freshman Mackenzie Goudreau hits the first shot during the Division 4 state golf finals Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020, at Forest Akers West in East Lansing, Michigan. The Wildcats captured their school’s first women’s state title in just their fifth season as a program. Courtesy of Letisha MikkelsenCourtesy of Letisha Mikkelsen

Mackenzie Goodreau, Montague

The Wildcats junior golfer carded a 78 to finish third overall at Tuesday’s Division 3 regional tournament. This will be the third straight season Goodreau has made the state final tournament.

Nadia Grierson, Ludington

The Orioles sophomore runner finished in 13:04.68 to take top honors at the Kelder Poured Walls Invitational 2-mile varsity race.

Drew Hackney, Mona Shores

The Sailors tennis standout took home top honors at last week’s Greater Muskegon Athletic Association city meet with three wins over Western Michigan Christian, Ritts-Puffer and Whitehall, 6-0, 6-0.

Kayan Hellmann, Mona Shores

The outstanding Sailors volleyball team had 30 assists, seven aces and five digs to help their team defeat Reets-Puffer in three sets.

Jarrett Jaramillo, Kent City

The Eagles standout had 18 goals and nine assists this season and helped the Eagles capture their first-ever CSAA Conference Championship with two goals against Newaygo.

Girls Division 3 at the 2021 MHSAA Cross Country Championships

Hart’s Jessica Jazwinski runs to the finish line during the Division 3 girls race at the MHSAA cross country championships at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2021.Park J. Scott | MLive.com

Jessica Yazwinski, Hart

The Pirates sophomore cross country runner posted a time of 17:41.3 to take top individual honors in the elite girls varsity race at the Shepherd BLUEJAY Invitational.

Sam Martini, Kent City

The junior cross country runner for the Eagles clocked a time of 16:01.4 to take top individual honors at the Gold Varsity boys race at the Shepherd BLUEJAY Invitational.

D1 Athletics Final

Grand Haven sophomore Seth Norder chases down Hartland senior Riley Howe to take second in the boys 1,600 meters during the MHSAA Division I track and field finals at Rockford High School in Rockford, Michigan on Saturday, June 4, 2022. (Joel Bissell | MLive.com)Joel Bissell | MLive.com

Seth Norder, Grand Haven

The Buccaneers junior cross country runner posted a time of 15:51.97 to take top honors in the Allendale Falcons Invitational boys Scarlet Division race.

Vincent Pollack, Fruitport

The Trojans’ sophomore runner finished in 17:32.56 to earn top honors in the Fruitport Invitational boys varsity race.

Caden Pulaski, Mona Shores

The Sailors soccer standout had five goals and three assists in a 9-0 win over Muskegon on Tuesday in the opening round of the OK Green Conference tournament.

Sydney Shepherd, Whitehall

The Vikings’ standout volleyball team recorded 40 assists and three aces in a four-set win over Fremont.

Leilani Teasley, Grand Haven

The Buccaneers rugby team was awarded Player of the Match honors in Grand Haven’s 31-0 victory over Berkeley last week. Teasley played a key role in the team’s shutout victory from her fullback position, according to coach Jessie Brewer.

Girls Division 4 at the 2021 MHSAA Cross Country Championships

Muskegon, Western Michigan. Christiana’s Grace VanderKoey (106) sprints to the finish line during the Division 4 girls cross country race at the MHSAA cross country championships at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2021.Park J. Scott | MLive.com

Grace VanderCooy, West Michigan Christian

The sophomore runner for the Warriors posted a time of 19:00.5 to finish third overall at the Jays Girls’ Shepherd BLUEJAY Invitational.

Lila Walkers, Kent City

The Eagles sophomore runner posted a time of 18:30.0 to take top individual honors at the Gold Varsity girls race at the Shepherd BLUEJAY Invitational.

Kendall Young, Western Michigan Christian

Warriors volleyball standout MiElite tallied 56 assists and six aces last weekend at the MiElite Tournament.

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