Vote for Federal Way’s Athletes of the Year

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The Federal Way Mirror is proud to recognize the city’s top student athletes in our first Athlete of the Year contest.

Athletic directors from Federal Way, Todd Beamer, Thomas Jefferson and Decatur high schools have nominated the following 16 finalists for Athlete of the Year. Remember to vote online at www.mirroraoty.com for the best male and best female prep athletes in the school district.

The online ballot will be active through May 23. The Mirror will announce the winners – along with the Federal Way Athletic Hall of Fame’s newest inductees – in a special center spread in the June 8 print edition.

MALE NOMINEES

Jeremiah Palaita

School: Decatur High School

Class: Junior

Sports: Football, track and field

Quinzy Salu

School: Decatur High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Football, wrestling

Jaden McDaniels

School: Federal Way High School

Class: Junior

Sport: Basketball

Anthony Frazier

School: Federal Way High School

Class: Sophomore Sports: Football, track

Colin McKay

School: Todd Beamer High School

Class: Senior

Sport: Football

AJ Chopra

School: Todd Beamer High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Cross country, track

Austin Miller

School: Thomas Jefferson High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Cross country, track

Sione Aho

School: Thomas Jefferson High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Football, track

FEMALE NOMINEES

Sydney Victor

School: Decatur High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Soccer, gymnastics, fastpitch

Madi Combs

School: Decatur High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Fastpitch, soccer, bowling

Mariah Stewart

School: Federal Way High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Volleyball, wrestling

Olivia Chong

School: Federal Way High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Cross country, tennis

Madison Heck

School: Todd Beamer High School

Class: Sophomore

Sports: Cross country, gymnastics, track

Makenzie Bond

School: Todd Beamer High School

Class: Senior

Sports: Volleyball, basketball, track

Hailey Still

School: Thomas Jefferson High School

Class: Sophomore

Sports: Soccer, basketball, fastpitch

Raisa Pleasants

School: Thomas Jefferson High School

Class: Junior

Sports: Soccer, wrestling, track

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