Reporter Athlete of the Week: Annelise Hed

  • Friday, November 9, 2018 1:10pm
  • Sports

Kentwood High School’s Annelise Hed, swim, was selected as the Covington Maple Valley Reporter’s Female Athlete of the Week for Nov. 9.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?

A: Psychology — I find the brain interesting and how we all have the same parts but we think and act so independently.

Q: What other activities do you participate in?

A: I love going to Seattle and Alki Beach with my family to visit my sister. I also like going on spontaneous lunch dates with my friends after school.

Q: Person who has helped you succeed the most?

A: The people who have helped me succeed the most are my teachers at my old high school, Kent Mountain View Academy. Every one of them helped me become more confident.

Q: Do you have a pre- or post-game tradition? What is it?

A: Before a meet I always go to Jamba Juice and get an Orange Dream Machine smoothie.

Q: Song you currently can’t get enough of?

A: “Dang!,” by Mac Miller and Anderson Paak

From the Sideline

“Annelise is consistently a hard worker, cheers on her teammates and provides leadership by her work ethic, inclusiveness and positive attitude. She finished in the top six at the North Puget Sound League in two individual events. She also got fifth in the 50 free and 100 breast stroke and was critical in helping our 200 free relay place second.”

More in Sports

Kentwood celebrates its state-clinching win over Glacier Peak. REPORTER PHOTO
Kentwood summits Glacier Peak, reaches 4A state playoffs

Church, ground game in second half power Conquerors to 41-31 victory

Hazen defeats Kentlake football

Hazen High School faced off against Kentlake High School on Thursday Oct.… Continue reading

Tahoma volleyball ranks No. 1 in the state

Submitted by Erinn Cassidy for the Kent-Covington Reporter. Tahoma Volley Ball won… Continue reading

Photos courtesy of Kurt Audett.
Bears storm the field at homecoming

The Tahoma Bears gave quite a performance during the team’s homecoming game… Continue reading

Fireworks bring extra oomph to homecoming

Fall brings some of the community’s favorite events, including high school homecoming.… Continue reading

Reporter Athlete of the Week: Taylor Marks

Each week The Renton Reporter highlights exceptional student athletes

Photo courtesy of Leah Grant 
                                Left to right: Jan Stover, Myrna Krieg, Terry Dalry and Janice Train. Not pictured: Diane Clavin.
Local ladies win golf tournament

Twelve golfers participated in the two-day Lake Wilderness Ladies Golf Club Captain’s… Continue reading

Photo by Kayse Angel 
                                Kaiea Higa (right), a freshman fast pitch player for the Tahoma High School Bears, won the first ever Female Athlete of the Year award from the Covington-Maple Valley Reporter. She received a special plaque from the Reporter’s editor Danielle Chastaine (left).
Tahoma Bear is the first Female Athlete of the Year

Just starting her career as a freshman, Kaiea Higa wins community’s vote

Alex Lopez (middle), is a wrestler and a senior at Kentlake High School. He was the winner of the Reporter’s Athlete of the Year. Coach Jeremy Williams (right) and coach Michael Andrews (left) said Lopez’s attitude and committment earned him the award.
Kentlake wrestler doesn’t like to brag, but he won Athlete of the Year

Alex Lopez, wrestler and senior at Kentlake High School, was recognized this… Continue reading

Tahoma track student Katie Welsh leaps into the sand during the long jump. File photo by Kayse Angel
Tahoma girls track win state third year in a row

am gives “amazing performance” at championship meet

Photo courtesy of Rachel Ciampi.
                                Kent Lake High School’s Justice Efato does the long jump and wins the Washington State Track and Field Championship on Saturday, May 25.
Kentlake athlete takes long jump championship

Kent Lake High School’s Justice Efato does the long jump and wins… Continue reading

Reporter Athlete of the Week: Catherine Dennis

Tahoma High School’s Catherine Dennis, girls tennis, was selected as the Covington-Maple… Continue reading