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Week 6: ALL-USA Spring Performers of the Week

The Week 6 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Western Washington Spring Performers of the Week.

<p>Mercer Island's Josh Stenberg waits for the pitch during a league game against Lake Washington. Photo by Allison Thomasseau / KING.</p>

Below are the Week 6 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., May 2 at 12 p.m.

Josh Stenberg, Mercer Island baseball. Stenberg hit a walk-off home run in the 11th inning to lift the Islanders over Interlake 4-3. The future Zag also went 1-for-1 against Sammamish with three runs scored and two RBIs.

Tori Bivens, Lake Washington softball. In two games last week, Bivens was a perfect 7-for-7 at the plate, driving in four runs. Bivens also won it for the Kangs in the circle, tossing a 13-K, 1-hitter against Liberty.

Anna Kasner, Fife softball. Kasner’s no-hitter against Sedro Woolley was one of the best games of her prep career. The Western Washington commit struck out 20 of the 22 batters she faced, and she walked just one in the seventh inning, robbing Kasner of a perfect game. Kasner also struck out 17 batters while giving up just two hits against River Ridge.

Matt Williams, Archbishop Murphy boys soccer. Williams led the Wildcats to three victories last week, scoring six goals to help Murphy stay undefeated in the Cascade Conference. Williams’ most impressive performances included a hat trick against Granite Falls and two goals against Cedar Park Christian-Bothell.

Jakob Chamberlin, Bellingham track and field. Chamberlin’s 187’ 10.00 discus throw at the Northwest Conference championships is not only a new personal and school record, but it’s top in the state, regardless of classification. The senior leads all throwers by over six feet, and is ranked 18th nationally.