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Week 8: ALL-USA Spring Performers of the Week

The Week 8 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Western Washington Spring Performers of the Week.

<p>Juanita pitcher Lisa Nelson in the cicle during the 2015 state championship game against Everett. Photo by Allison Thomasseau / KING.</p>

Below are the Week 8 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 16 at 12 p.m.

Noah Souza, Skyline baseball. Souza gave Skyline the extra oomph it needed in a wacky, record setting game against Mount Si. Souza’s RBI in 20th inning lifted Skyline over the Wildcats, and helped the Spartans earn a first-round bye in the KingCo 4A tournament.

Steele Fosth, Kamiak boys lacrosse. Fosth poured in seven goals and assisted two in a nonleague game against Friday Harbor. He also had three goals, one assist, and three ground balls to help Kamiak clinch its first-ever league championship against Stanwood. Kamiak, which beat the Spartans 14-6, is riding a 14-game win streak.

Brooke Nelson, Bonney Lake softball. Nelson smacked two home runs in her first two at-bats to help the Panthers beat Auburn 18-4. Later in the week, the freshman hit two triples and tossed a 10-K, four hitter to beat Peninsula 4-1.

Lisa Nelson, Juanita softball. Nelson struck out 11 Lake Washington batters in seven innings of work to hand the Kangs their first loss of the season. Against Bellevue, Nelson went 3-for-4 with six RBIs. She also won it in the circle, striking out eight Wolverines and giving up just one hit.

Matt Williams, Archbishop Murphy boys soccer. Williams scored four goals against Granite Falls twice last week, once in a league game, and again in Northwest District playoffs.