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Week 5: ALL-USA Spring Performers of the Week

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

<p>Inglemoor's Nick Laccinole (far left) finished the 1600 meter run in 4:10.24 at the 2016 Pasco Invite. Photo by Kelly Richards.</p>

Below are the Week 5 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 25 at 12 p.m.

Adriana Lomeli-Smith, Auburn Mountainview softball. Lomeli-Smith drove in eight runs in two wins last week. Against Auburn, the freshman went 2-for-3 with five RBIs, and against Peninsula she went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and two runs scored.

Shayna Swanson, Skyline softball. The sophomore pounded the biggest RBI of her career so far last week. Swanson smacked a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh to beat Inglemoor 2-1 and help the Spartans stay No. 1 in KingCo 4A.

Taylor Wright, Eastside Catholic baseball. The Oregon State commit went 7-for-10 at the plate with six RBIs, and five runs scored to lead Eastside to three wins last week. Wright’s most impressive game was against Bishop Blanchet, where he went 2-for-3, and drove in three runs with a double and one run scored.

Nick Laccinole, Inglemoor track and field. Laccinole was the top Washington runner in the 1600 meter run and the 1 mile run at the Pasco Invite Saturday, setting a new personal best and breaking a school record in the 1600. Laccinole finished the 1600 in 4:10.24, shaving six seconds off his previous PR. The Washington commit is now the top runner in the state in both the 1600 and 3200 meter run, regardless of classification.

Derek Jacobson, North Kitsap boys lacrosse. Jacobson poured in 15 goals en route to two wins over South Kitsap in just as many days. The junior had seven goals, two assists, and three ground balls on Monday, and followed it up Tuesday with eight goals, two assists, and four ground balls.