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Week 3: ALL-USA Spring Performers of the Week

The Week 3 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Western Washington Spring Performers of the Week.

<p>Emerald Ridge pitcher Nate Packard winds up on the mound during a 2015 league game against Puyallup. Photo by Allison Thomasseau / KING.</p>

Below are the Week 3: American Family Insurance ALL-USA Western Washington Spring Performers of the Week. Athletes can be nominated to be a top performer by emailing player stats to HSsports@king5.com. Be sure to vote for the top performer below and share your preps photos and videos with us on social media using #K5Preps. The best ones will be shown on TV!

Voting is unlimited, however the poll can only count 25 votes at a time. If you receive an error message, wait five minutes, and it should let you continue voting. The poll closes Mon., April 11 at 12 p.m.

Nate Packard, Emerald Ridge baseball. Packard allowed just one hit in Emerald Ridge’s 7-1 win over Bonney Lake. The senior struck out 13 batters and walked only two in seven innings pitched.

Nick Hull, Edmonds-Woodway baseball. Hull tossed a no-hitter last Tuesday, shutting out Shorecrest 7-0. In seven innings of work, Hull struck out 15 batters and walked five en route to a three-game series sweep.

Sophia Swain, Inglemoor softball. Swain, who went 3-for-4, drove in a whopping seven runs against Mount Si, including two homers. She also helped the Vikings beat Issaquah, with two doubles, three runs scored, and an RBI.

Tori Bivens, Lake Washington softball. Bivens, who went 3-for-3 with two doubles, led the way over Liberty, driving in five runs and scoring four. The Boise State commit also struck out 12 batters in seven innings against Sammamish.

Eric Dreyer, Mercer Island boys soccer. Dreyer started off the week with a hat trick to lift Mercer Island over Juanita 6-2. He also scored the final goal in a 4-0 win over Lake Washington to help the Islanders remain unbeaten.

Emmanuel Wells, Rainier Beach track and field. Wells leads the state in both the 100 meter dash and the 200 meter dash after a Rainier Beach-Garfield-Franklin meet last week. Wells finished the 100 m in 10.81 seconds, shaving 0.07 seconds off his previous personal record. He also ran the 200 m in 22.08 seconds, which beats his 2015 state title time of 22.24 seconds.