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Vote: Who should be SBLive's National High School Athlete of the Week? (10/30/2023)

Read up on the top performers across the country last week and pick the best of the best

Each week during the fall sports season, SBLive Sports will gather the best high school performances across the country with the help of fans, readers and staff.

Now, it’s your turn to choose a standout among the pack, the best of the best.

Here are the nominees for SBLive’s National High School Athlete of the Week for Oct. 23-29. Voting closes on Monday, Nov. 6, at 11:59 (Pacific Time).

Want to nominate an athlete? Please email or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @SBLiveSports.

Editor’s Note: Our Athlete of the Week feature and corresponding poll is intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times a fan can vote during the competition. However, we do not allow votes that are generated by script, macro or other automated means. Athletes that receive votes generated by script, macro or other automated means will be disqualified.

SBLive National High School Athlete of the Week candidates

Kane Archer, so., Greenwood (Arkansas) football

Archer accounted for eight total touchdowns in a 58-33 win over Pulaski Academy. The sophomore threw for 274 yards and five touchdowns while running for 73 yards and three more scores.

Emma Beck, sr., Kenai Central (Alaska) volleyball

Beck had 31 kills, 12 digs and two aces in a four-set win over Nikiski.

Enzo Catania, sr., Aurora (Ohio) football

Catania ran for 210 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-7 victory over Alliance.

Jamari Curlett, sr., North East (Pennsylvania) football

Curlett hauled in seven passes for 237 yards and four touchdowns as North East routed Reynolds, 51-19.

Cameron Dickey, sr., Crockett (Texas) football

Dickey, a Texas Tech commit, ran for 206 yards on 16 carries and found the end zone three times as Crockett shut out Northeast Early College, 45-0. He also threw for 185 yards and three TDs.

Jack Foley, jr., Mountain View (Oregon) football

Foley caught six passes for 131 yards and four touchdowns in a 46-7 win over Bend.

Tanner Franklin, sr., Raymore-Peculiar (Missouri) football

Franklin intercepted three passes and returned one for a touchdown in a 20-10 loss to Lee’s Summit.

Will Hammond, sr., Hutto (Texas) football

Hammond, a four-star Texas Tech commit, accounted for eight total touchdowns in a 66-63 shutout win over Bryan. The senior passed for 487 yards and four TDs while running for 191 and four more scores. His favorite target, senior wideout Alex Green, had 10 catches for 365 yards and four TDs.

Regan Harp, sr., Fayetteville (Arkansas) volleyball

Harp, a Central Arkansas commit, notched 29 kills as Fayetteville captured its fourth consecutive Class 6A state title with a five-set victory over Conway.

Jordan Heyman, sr., Half Hollow Hills East (New York) football

Heyman completed 16 of 24 passes for 480 yards and eight touchdowns — matching a Long Island single-game record — in a 63-41 win over Northport.

AJ Hill, jr., Davison (Michigan) football

Hill ran for 245 yards and three touchdowns as Davison rolled past Lapeer, 76-35. The 76 points were a new Davison single-game record.

Tristan Lennon, jr., Zephyrhills (Florida) football

Lennon needed just 12 carries to run for 210 yards and three touchdowns in a 63-35 win over Cypress Creek.

Iago Lopez, sr., Ithaca (New York) boys soccer

Lopez tallied four goals and an assist in a 5-0 shutout of Vestal.

Lauren Marjanski, sr., South Hadley (Massachusetts) girls soccer

Marjanski netted a hat trick in a 5-0 victory over Wahconah.

Mary Jane McCurdy, sr., Liberty (Texas) volleyball

McCurdy, a Texas State commit, had 29 kills, 23 digs, one block and one ace in a four-set win over Lebanon Trail.

Luca Moore, so., Anacortes (Washington) football

Moore had 10 solo tackles and the game-sealing interception as Anacortes defeated Lynden, 15-8, for the first time in 20 years. The victory clinched the first Class 2A Northwest Conference title in program history for the Seahawks.

Collin Parsons, sr., Howell Central (Missouri) football

Parsons ran for 341 yards and six touchdowns on 43 carries in a 42-22 win over Columbia Hickman. It was Howell Central’s first postseason victory in eight years.

Dylan Raiola, sr., Buford (Georgia) football

Raiola, a five-star Georgia commit, fired five first-half touchdowns as Buford shut out Mountain View, 51-0.

Soren Rief, sr., Killingly (Connecticut) football

Rief piled up 431 rushing yards and seven touchdowns — breaking the single-game school record in both categories — on 44 carries as Killingly defeated East Lyme, 64-35.

Josh Ringer, sr., East Central (Indiana) football

Ringer carried it 24 times for 325 yards and seven touchdowns in a 56-20 win over Martinsville. The Miami (Ohio) commit now has 5,910 career rushing yards, the most in school history.

Caleb Sanchez, sr., St. John Bosco (California) football

Sanchez threw for 396 yards and six touchdowns as St. John Bosco pulled away from Orange Lutheran, 44-22.

Isaiah Sanders, sr., Loyola (California) football

Sanders, a UC Davis commit, had eight total tackles, three sacks and three quarterback hurries in a 27-6 victory over Cathedral.

Jake Wolfe, sr., Montour (Pennsylvania) football

Wolfe completed 20 of 24 passes for 397 yards and five touchdowns while also running for a TD in a 49-17 win over West Allegheny.

-- Bob Lundeberg | @sblivesports