It appears the voters in St. Charles County are impressed by offense.
Last week St. Charles High School's Ellen Weaver put on an offensive clinic for the Pirates. In two games she potted five goals and tallied two assists on the soccer pitch. It's a pretty big understatement to say that's pretty good.
Weaver's impressive week caught the eye, and the votes, around St. Charles County. The Pirate picked up 72 percent of the vote to take home the St. Charles County soccer player of the week award. Here's how the voting went down.
Who was the St. Charles County girls soccer player of the week beginning on April 30?
- Samantha Domalewski—Timberland: 63 votes (24 percent)
- Ellen Weaver—St. Charles High School: 188 votes (72 percent)
- Natalie Weinhold—Lutheran High School: 1 vote (0 percent)
- Kristin Wolff—St. Dominic: 7 votes (2 percent)
Total votes: 259
Ellen Weaver—St. Charles High School: St. Charles had two big wins last week and Ellen Weaver was a big part of the success. Weaver was the scoring start in a 7-2 win against Ritenour. Weaver picked up a hat trick with her three goals and one assist showing. She followed that up with another big showing against Kennedy. The Pirates picked up a 5-1 win and Weaver netted two goals and another assist. In just two games, Weaver had five goals and two assists for St. Charles.
Patch wants to thank everyone who voted. Remember, this whole contest is just for fun and bragging rights.
Have your own nomination? Email your Athlete of the Week nomination to Joe Barker at email@example.com and we'll do our best to put them in the mix next week!