Anacortes High School girls' soccer player Camryn Kerr has earned statewide recognition.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association selected Kerr as one of its Athletes of the Week for March 2-8.
Kerr, a sophomore, was more than a dozen athletes selected for recognition for the third week of the prep season. She has a Skagit County-leading 14 goals this season.
The Seahawks are 7-2-1 headed into the final week of the COVID-shortened season.
Honors for MacKenzie
Gabriella MacKenzie's hot start for the Burlington-Edison volleyball team has earned national attention as the senior was honored as the MaxPreps/American Volleyball Coaches Association Player of the Week for Washington state for Feb. 15-21.
MacKenzie, an outside hitter committed to Menlo College, played in eight sets that week, notching 54 kills, 37 digs, 17 receptions, two blocks and seven aces.
For the week of Feb. 23-March 1, MacKenzie was honored by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association as one of its Players of the Week.
The senior had a week with 80 kills, including 31 against Anacortes. She leads the Tigers in kills per set (7.1) and digs per set (3.7) and notched 54 kills, 37 digs and seven aces in two matches.
The senior was among 12 athletes honored for Week 2 play by the WIAA.
Oak Harbor Wildcats 3,
Sedro-Woolley Cubs 0
OAK HARBOR — Sedro-Woolley fell to Oak Harbor on Friday and is 0-7.
Friday Harbor Wolverines 24,
MVC Hurricanes 2
FRIDAY HARBOR — The Hurricanes lost Friday and dropped to 0-2.
Coupeville Wolves 12,-21
La Conner Braves 2-0
COUPEVILLE — La Conner dropped both games of a Friday doubleheader. The Braves are 0-3.