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LAURA RAYFIELD, Kentlake
Accomplishment: Rayfield scored four goals in one game, leading the Falcons past Kent-Meridian, 10-0.
Favorite class: Does lunch count?
If you could invite anyone in the world to dinner, whom would you invite, and what would you serve: I would invite Tre Songz and we would have chocolate fondue.
Greatest athletic moment: Beating Kentwood.
Favorite movie: Either “The Hangover” or “Zombieland.”
What’s on your iPod?: “Toot it and boot it” by YG.
Most recent book read: Teen Vogue (August edition).
PAUL LENNICK, Kentwood
Accomplishment: Lennick delivered a strong comeback in No. 1 singles, upending Jim Leeds of Mount Rainier 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Lennick’s victory helped the Conks knock off the Rams, 3-2.
Favorite class: IB English.
If you could invite anyone in the world to dinner, whom would you invite, and what would you serve: LeBron James, and I would serve chicken Alfredo.
Greatest athletic moment: Winning when the whole team is counting on you.
Most recent book read/author: “Taming of the Shrew” by William Shakespeare.
What’s on your iPod?: “Got Your Back” by TI.
ERIN CAMPBELL, Kentwood
Accomplishment: Campbell racked up 16 kills in a four-game (25-19, 25-14, 26-28, 25-14) win over Kentridge.
Favorite class: Calculus AB.
If you could invite anyone in the world to dinner, whom would you invite, and what would you serve: I would invite (volleyball star) Crystal Morrison to dinner, and I’d serve fillet mignon and mashed potatoes. We’d be talking about volleyball, of course.
Greatest athletic moment: My greatest athletic moment would be making it to nationals last year with my club team, KSVBC.
Most recent book read/author: “How to read literature like a professor” by Thomas C. Foster. What’s on your iPod?: “Heartache tonight” by Michael Buble, “Winner” by Jamie Foxx and “Witchcraft” by Frank Sinatra.
Also noted: Campbell, who sports an impressive 3.98 grade-point average, is part of National Honor Society.
SARAH JERIC, Tahoma
Accomplishment: Jeric scored six goals in the first four matches for Tahoma, including two against Auburn Riverside on Sept. 16, and two in the season opener Sept. 7 at Kentridge. The Bears won both games 4-0 and are undefeated through Sept. 20.
If you could invite anyone in the world for dinner whom would you invite and what would you serve? Michael Phelps and I would serve breakfast for dinner.
What is your greatest athletic accomplishment? The Auburn Riverside game.
Favorite class: Math
What’s currently playing on your iPod? Katy Perry.
Most recent book read/author: “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” Stieg Larsson.
Also noted: Jeric has a 3.4 GPA and she hopes to attend the University of Washington.
STEVEN SVEDA, Tahoma
Accomplishment: Sveda has led a young Tahoma boys golf squad to a .500 record and has been the medalist in three out of the four matches the squad had played through Sept. 20. Coach Mike Hanson said, “He has helped bring a young group to the point where they tied defending champ Kentwood 67-67 — we lost the tiebreaker — last week. He is averaging about par in all our matches. Great leader, great golfer.”
If you could invite anyone in the world to dinner whom would you invite? Tiger Woods
What is your greatest athletic moment? Winning a tournament.
Favorite class: American Expressions.
What’s currently playing on your iPod? Litte Wayne
Also noted: Sveda is a member of National Honor Society and he hopes to play golf in college.