Here are this week’s choices. Voting ends Thursday night. The winners will be announced on AL.com on Friday.
Trey Burrell, Hewitt-Trussville baseball: Burrell led the Huskies at the plate, batting .539 last week (7-for-13) with 5 five RBIs, a double and four runs.
Parker Carlson, Faith Academy baseball: Carlson helped the Rams go 3-1 in the East Alabama Classic. In a win over Sparkman, he had 2 doubles and 2 RBIs. He also was the winning pitcher in that game with a five-inning complete game. He struck out 8 and walking 1 and allowed 1 hit. He also had 3 hits and an RBI in a Jerseys Baseball win over Russell County.
Jeremy Hawkins, Shades Valley baseball: Hawkins hit .688 for the week with 11 hits, including a home run, 10 runs and 11 steals.
Eli Jennings, Vestavia Hills soccer: Jennings had 3 goals and an assist against Hewitt-Trussville and also scored a goal against Gadsden City.
Kaleb Jowers, Spain Park soccer: Jowers had 3 goals and an assist as the Jaguars beat Gadsden City and Homewood.
Charlie Keller, Mobile Christian baseball: Keller blasted 5 home runs in three games over the weekend as the Leopards defeated Gulfport, Jackson and Sweet Water. He hit 2 homers each against Gulfport and Jackson and 1 against Sweet Water.
Topher LaRussa, John Carroll: LaRussa had 4 goals and 2 assists this week.
David Locke, Westminster Christian: Locke struck out 12 batters in five innings, allowing just 2 hits in picking up a win. He batted .500 with a home run and a triple with 10 RBIs during the week.
Miguel Obando, Pelham soccer: Obando had goals in all three games this week, including a 45-yard goal against McAdory
Lane Smith, East Lawrence baseball: Smith hit .353 last week, scoring 6 times and driving in 4 runs, as his team went 4-2 overall.
Larkin Toth, McGill-Toolen baseball: Toth threw a 1-hitter in a win over UMS-Wright, allowing only a single with two outs in the seventh. He struck out 8.
Cam Warren, Saraland baseball: Warren helped the Spartans win three games in the East Alabama Baseball Classic. In a win over Russell County, he pitched a complete game and struck out 5. He also had 2 hits and an RBI. In a win over Opelika, Warren had 3 hits and 3 runs scored.
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