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Annie Wright guard Julianna Walker voted the WaFd Bank Washington Girls Basketball Player of the Week

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Congratulations to Annie Wright guard Julianna Walker for being voted Scorebook Live’s WAFD Bank girls basketball player of the week!

Walker scored an impressive 45 points to help Annie Wright defeat North Kitsap 77-72.

Walker received 40.75% of the vote, beating out Bothell center Jada Walters who finished with 22.42%. Mead guard Joelnell Momberg finished third with 9.88% and Camas center Faith Bergstrom was fourth with 9.56%.

We are currently accepting girls basketball player nominations for the week of Dec. 9-15. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sblivewa.

Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Dec. 2-8:

Ellie Boni, University: Boni’s 37 points and 10 rebounds for University set a Fitz tournament record as the Titans took down St. Ignatius in a double OT thriller. 

Izzy Boring, Shadle Park: Boring had a well balanced performance with 18 points, 7 dimes, and 3 steals for Shadle Park.

Julia Bordeaux, Bellarmine Prep: Bordeaux’s 23 points helped lead Bellarmine to a 74-40 win over Puyallup.

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Marie Hauck, Seattle Prep: Hauck put up an 18 point, 17 rebound double-double for Seattle Prep to give them the win over Rainer Beach.

Isabella Reed, Inglemoor: Reed nailed a 3 pointer with 2.2 seconds left to give Inglemoor a 52-49 victory over Lake Washington.

Ella Brubaker, Curtis: Brubaker scored 31 points for Curtis to give her a new career high against South Kitsap.

Keeli Burton-Oliver, Eastlake: Burton-Oliver had an impressive 33 points and 25 rebounds for Eastlake against Gig Harbor.

Nakia Boston, Lynnwood: Boston had 27 points for Lynnwood in her season debut.

Jada Walters, Bothell: Walters netted 32 points to help Bothell win 82-61 over Lynnwood.

Charity Hines, Steilacoom: Hines had a solid double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds as well as 6 blocks to help lead Steilacoom to a victory over Lakes.

Faith Bergstrom, Camas: Bergstrom put up 29 points for Camas to lead all scorers versus Kelso.

Joelnell Momberg, Mead: Momberg led the way for Mead with 30 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists as the Panthers took down Richland 72-56.