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Vote for CatchMark Performance of the Week (April 11-16, 2022)

Choose from four standout performers from last week’s events in the West Michigan Conference.

Each week, CatchMark SportsNet will highlight performances from the previous week of spring sports action in the West Michigan Conference.

VanDyk Mortgage brings you the CatchMark Performance of the Week.

The nominees are announced and voting opens on Wednesday morning. Voting closes at noon Friday. Shortly after, the winner of the CatchMark Performance of the Week will be announced.

Without further ado, here are the nominees for the CatchMark Performance of the Week for events spanning April 11-16. Read the description of each athlete’s achievements and cast your vote at the bottom of the story.

Whitehall senior Maggie Evans, left, celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal in a 4-0 victory over Montague Tuesday, April 12, 2022. (Scott DeCamp | CatchMark)

Maggie Evans – Whitehall Soccer

The senior forward scored all four goals in the Vikings’ 4-0 victory over host Montague last Tuesday in the CatchMark SportsNet Competition of the Week. Evans also scored her team’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Big Rapids on Thursday. Through Whitehall’s first four matches, she accounted for all seven Vikings goals.

Ravenna freshman Emma Herremans gets a five from Bulldogs softball coach Dave Sherman during a game against Mason County Central Thursday, April 14, 2022. (Scott DeCamp | CatchMark)

Emma Herremans – Ravenna Softball

The freshman slugger had a huge day at the plate in Ravenna’s sweep of visiting Mason County Central last Thursday. Herremans went 5-for-5 with three triples and a home run as the Bulldogs beat the Spartans, 15-0 and 24-0. She was especially impressive in the second game, going 3-for-3 with a homer and two triples.

Hunter Hogan of the Ravenna boys basketball team is photographed at the CatchMark Media Day on Nov. 24, 2021, in Whitehall, Mich. (Cody Ottinger | CatchMark)

Hunter Hogan – Ravenna Track and Field

The junior sprinter tied a school record in the 200-meter dash that had stood for 26 years when he turned in a time of 21.9 seconds in a West Michigan Conference tri-meet at North Muskegon last Tuesday. Hogan’s time ties the record established by Benny Clark Jr. during the 1996 season. Per Athletic.net, Hogan’s time would place him third in the state this season regardless of division.

Oakridge softball player Kaelinn Jozsa is shown during a game in the 2021 season. (Scott DeCamp | CatchMark)

Kaelinn Jozsa – Oakridge Softball

The sophomore had a big day in Oakridge’s doubleheader sweep at Whitehall last Thursday, as the Eagles won 14-2 and 14-0. In the first game, Jozsa had two doubles and two RBIs. In the second game, she earned the pitching win by allowing one hit and striking out two in three innings of work. At the plate that game, she singled, doubled and drove in a run.

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