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. 25-31, and then vote for who you think is best this week. The overall winner will be published on Friday, Feb. 5

Maddie Jordan
Redlands High School

She notched two goals and an assist in a massive 4-1 win over rival and second-place REV, which thrust Redlands into a first-place tie in CBL with Yucaipa.

Alex Treister
Pasadena Poly

The girls soccer standout was at the receiving end of a long throw in from Annie Winston with less than a minute to play in a 1-1 game. The senior converted the goal to give the Panthers (15-2-2) a 2-1 victory and their 17th consecutive league victory and ended the Rebels’ seven-game winning streak.

Emily Mitchell
Granada Hills High School

Mitchell came up clutch during an epic rally, sinking a decisive 3-pointer with 15 seconds left as Granada Hills erased a 14-point deficit in the final two minutes to stun El Camino Real 47-46. Mitchell finished with 12 points.

Sarah Hermann
Los Alamitos

Hermann led the Griffins to their eighth consecutive victory with 22 points and 14 rebounds against rival Edison, a 67-58 road win.

Samantha Nieves
Ontario High School

The junior forward scored two goals in last week’s rivalry game against local foe Chaffey. The first in that game was her 17th of the season and tied the game with one minute to go in regulation. It also tied the school single-season goal record set by Celly Ruiz during the 2012-13 season.

Ryann Lozano
San Pedro High School

Lozano scored five goals in two games for San Pedro last week, notching a hat trick against Gardena and two against Carson.

Chloe Casey
Cajon High School

Girls water polo standou was a huge part of a thrilling 10-9 win over Yucaipa last week that moved the Cowgirls into a first-place tie with Yucaipa. Casey scored a team-high four goals, and scored the game-winner with five seconds remaining to lead the way for Cajon.

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