Bee’s Best: Vote for The Bee’s Athlete of the Week for Nov. 29-Dec. 4

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Thirty-three athletes are nominated for The Bee’s Athlete of the Week for the week of Nov. 29-Dec. 4.

The nominees are from basketball, soccer and wrestling.

The poll closes at noon Saturday. To vote again, hit refresh.

Past winners: Grace Van Der Kooi of Central Valley Christian volleyball, Katelyn Goforth of Kerman volleyball, Andrew Gray of Madera water polo, Krisalynn Turman of Caruthers volleyball, Margaret Arambula of Mission Oak volleyball, Kristen Landen of Clovis West volleyball, Gabby Russell of Clovis West volleyball, Goforth again, Marissa Mendrin of Kerman volleyball, Susie Phillips of Central Valley Christian golf, Gianna Mastro of Clovis West tennis, Evan Torres of Parlier cross country, Kaydence Cortez-Garcia of Clovis West soccer and Kenyah Stubbs of Hanford basketball.

Coaches may nominate an athlete for next week’s prep poll by email to agalaviz@fresnobee.com.

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Clovis West’s Etoyah Montgomery, from left, Athena Tomlinson, Michaela Young, and Kennedy Vincent cheer on the Golden Eagles while subbing out late in the game against Heritage during the annual Nike Central Valley Showdown girls basketball tournament at Clovis West High School on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.
Clovis West’s Etoyah Montgomery, from left, Athena Tomlinson, Michaela Young, and Kennedy Vincent cheer on the Golden Eagles while subbing out late in the game against Heritage during the annual Nike Central Valley Showdown girls basketball tournament at Clovis West High School on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.
Caruthers’ Krissy Turman, center, drives between Chico High’s Taylee Clements, left, and Talysha Wilkerson on her way to the hoop during their game in the annual Nike Central Valley Showdown girls basketball tournament at Clovis West High School on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.
Caruthers’ Krissy Turman, center, drives between Chico High’s Taylee Clements, left, and Talysha Wilkerson on her way to the hoop during their game in the annual Nike Central Valley Showdown girls basketball tournament at Clovis West High School on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.
Caruthers’ Krissy Turman, left, leaps for the ball while trying to keep it in bounds as Chico High’s Maddelena Cavina defends during their game in the annual Nike Central Valley Showdown girls basketball tournament at Clovis West High School on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.
Caruthers’ Krissy Turman, left, leaps for the ball while trying to keep it in bounds as Chico High’s Maddelena Cavina defends during their game in the annual Nike Central Valley Showdown girls basketball tournament at Clovis West High School on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.
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