Congratulations to Lassiter girls basketball player Kiara Evans, the winner of SBLive Georgia's Athlete of Week award as voted by Georgia high school sports fans.
Evans received more than 8,800 votes and 54.22% of our state-wide poll after she scored 16 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, blocked six shots and recorded seven steals in a win over Kennesaw Mountain.
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Here are all the other athletes that were nominated for Nov. 14-19:
Nykahi Davenport, Roswell: Davenport controlled the game on the ground for Roswell. He rushed for 163 yards and two touchdowns to help Roswell secure the victory over Allatoona.
Avery May, Coosa Wrestling: May went 4-0 in the Iron Eagle Duals.
Averie Jones, Lumpkin County Basketball: Jones went off versus Cherokee, she scored a game-high 26 points and added seven assists, and four steals.
KayMar Griffin, South Effingham Basketball: Griffin was a beast on the boards, she grabbed 14 of them and added 17 points and five assists.
Mia Williams, Cherokee Bluff Basketball: Williams had a big time double-double in the win over Forsyth Central. She scored 17 points and hauled in 11 rebounds.
Omar Camara, Westlake Football: Camara came up clutch for the Lions and in the final seconds of the game when he hit the game winning 43-yard field goal to take down Parkview.
Ryan Taleb, Houston County Football: Taleb went crazy in the win over North Atlanta. He had a season high in carries with 37 and yards with 286. He topped his insane performance off with three touchdowns.
Emma Leonard, Ola Basketball: Leonard had a monster double-double in the win over Whitewater. She finished the game with 19 points and 14 rebounds.
Naim Cheeks, Gainesville Football: Cheeks took the game over on the ground in the win over South Paulding. He had a season high 30 carries for 206 yards and two touchdowns.
Antwain McDuffie, Coffee Football: Coffee had a dominant day on the ground in a blowout win over Decatur. McDuffie was a key part in the ground domination with 196 yards and three touchdowns.
Dakota Phillips, Hart County Basketball: Phillips was on one versus Madison County, she locked in and scored 31 points.