Vote for The State’s high school spring sports Athletes of the Week (3.27.23)

It’s time to vote for The State’s high school spring sports Athletes of the Week from Midlands-area high schools and games played March 20-25. Voting ends Friday at noon. The winner will be announced on Lou Bezjak’s Twitter page.

If you would like a player to be considered, email by noon Mondays.

The nominees are listed below. Please note that these polls are not scientific and are meant to be just for fun.

Girls sports nominees. Cast your vote below bios

Miley Baty, Gilbert softball: Baty hit .750 with two doubles, three runs and two RBIs in region wins over Swansea.

Grace Beachem, Hammond softball: Junior was 2-0 as a pitcher with 17 strikeouts and was 6-for-7 at the plate with three triples, two doubles and six RBIs.

Precious Boss, Irmo softball: Georgia commit was 4-for-4 with three doubles, a grand slam and eight RBIs last week for Yellow Jackets.

Alanna Colbert, River Bluff soccer: Senior had two, goals including the game-winner in the 1-0 win over Chapin, last week.

Ava Claire Collins, Chapin lacrosse: Collins had 14 goals and four assists in the Eagles’ three matches last week.

Aaliyah Haney, Camden softball: Haney went 6-for-9 with three RBIs in Bulldogs’ three victories last week.

Lily Jackson, Lugoff-Elgin soccer: Senior had five goals and four assists in Demons’ two matches last week.

Maddie McMillion, Chapin softball: McMillion was 5-for-7 with six RBIs in Eagles’ four games last week.

Brianna Pinasco, Hammond soccer: South Carolina signee had six goals and two assists in the Skyhawks’ two matches last week.

Lexie Stout, Lugoff-Elgin softball: Junior was 6-for-11 with a homer and 5 RBIs in the Demons’ three games last week.

Livi Warren, Lexington softball: Outfielder was 8-for-11 with five doubles, six runs scored and three RBIs in Wildcats’ three wins last week.

Boys sports nominees. Cast your vote below bios

William Andrews, Ben Lippen baseball: Left-handed pitcher had a complete-game victory over Trinity Collegiate, allowing no earned runs on six hits while striking out 10.

Trey Briscoe, Swansea baseball: Freshman allowed two runs, six hits, struck out seven in 6.2 innings against Edisto.

Grayson Crim, Northside Christian baseball: Crim struck out 11, allowed just one hit and was 2-for-4 with two stolen bases in win over Palmetto Christian.

Micah Elliott, Dreher baseball: Elliott went 8-for-11 with a homer and 8 RBIs in Blue Devils’ three games last week.

Tyler Floyd, Lexington baseball: College of Charleston signee was 6-for-10 with a homer and 3 RBIs and also picked up a win on the mound in three-game series against River Bluff.

Colton Jones, Spring Valley baseball: Anderson University signee allowed an earned run, three hits, struck out seven over 5.2 innings pitched in the win over No. 5 Clover.

Jace Martin, Mid-Carolina baseball: Martin struck out nine, allowed two hits, no runs over six innings in the win over Chapin.

Walker Mitchell, River Bluff baseball: Coastal Carolina signee went 8-for-12 with a homer and 8 RBIs in a three-game series against Lexington.

Alex Rivera, Brookland-Cayce soccer: Senior had five goals and two assists as Bearcats went 3-0 last week.

Juel Rivers, Swansea soccer: The freshman had five goals and an assist in the Tigers’ two matches last week.

Eldin Sanchez, Lugoff-Elgin soccer: Junior had nine goals, two assists and a save as Demons won all three matches last week.

Zach Snead, AC Flora baseball: Falcons infielder went 5-for-11 with two doubles, two RBIs, two stolen bases, hit .571 with runners in scoring position as Falcons went 4-0 last week.

Tanner Staton, Brookland-Cayce baseball: Senior outfielder went 5-for-7 with a homer and six RBI in Bearcats’ three wins last week.