VOTE NOW: Girls Athlete of the Week

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Click on the newspaper below the athletes name to read about their performance from Jan. 18-26 and then vote for who you think is best this week. The overall winner will be published on Friday, Jan. 29

Juliana Gamboa
Diamond Bar High School

The Brahmas are off to one of their best starts in school history. Gamboa has been a huge part of that 18-2 start. She scored 22 points, 56.4 percent of the Brahmas’ total point in a 39-22 Palomares League victory over Bonita.

Dynnah Buckner
Bloomington Christian

The Ravens are off to a 15-2 start this season, including a 7-0 record in the Victory League and a No. 1 ranking in CIF-SS Division 5A and Buckner is a big reason why. Last week, she had 20 points and seven rebounds in a win over Joshua Springs, and 17 points and 14 rebounds in beating Redlands Adventist.

Brooke Kortekaas
Alta Loma High School

The forward tallied four goals and two assists last week for the Mt. Baldy League-leading Braves. In an 11-0 win over Ontario, she had three goals and two assists. She notched another goal later in the week in a 2-0 win over Chaffey.

Gabby Hinojosa
Citrus Valley High School

In an 8-0 rout of Eisenhower, Hinojosa notched a hat trick to snap the Blackhawks’ losing streak. She followed that with a critical goal in a narrow 4-3 win over Miller.

Allie Navarette
Mira Costa High School

The 6-foot forward joined the 1,000-point club this past week, surpassing the mark with 19 points in a 71-20 win over Morningside. She also had 17 points in a win over Inglewood.

Jordan Barber
Lakewood High School

The girls soccer standout found the back of the net four times to lead the Lancers to a 4-0 shutout of Cabrillo. More important than the goals was the win resulting in the end of a two match Moore League losing streak for her squad.

Jenna Hurst
Royal High School

The UCLA-bound Hurst recorded 16 goals and a whopping 21 assists to help Royal capture its second consecutive America’s Finest City Tournament in San Diego.

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