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PDQ Girls Athlete of the Week

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Here are the nominees for the PDQ Girls Athlete of the Week.

The six selected finished among the highest in votes this week. Voting ends at 9 a.m. Thursday.

The winner receives free food through the new PDQ app to redeem at any location.

Remember to download the MyPDQ points app and earn points with every purchase towards free food and more. Visit eatPDQ.com/MyPDQ to join today and get 3 Free Tenders just for enrolling.

Brooke Arnold

Sr., Riverview

Recorded a combined 54 digs in the Sharks’ last four matches and helped the team stretch its win streak to eight.

Bailey Higgins

So., Berkeley Prep

Selected to the all-tournament team at the Berkeley Premier after helping the Buccaneers win the tournament, then knocked off Plant in five sets this past week.

Sydney Jackwin

Sr., Keswick Christian

Named MVP after leading the Crusaders to the team title of their own tournament, as well as a five-set victory over St. Petersburg this past week.

Alexa Paredes

So., Newsome

Took first in the 100 breast (1:11.53) and the 500 free (2:23.05) at the Federal Division Western Conference meet.

Taylor Parks

So., Calvary Christian

Was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association state player of the week after leading the Warriors to a runnerup finish at the Berkeley Premier.

Grace Vaughn

Jr., Bishop McLaughlin

Finished the highest among area individuals at the Zak Lukas Invitational, taking sixth in 21 minutes, 57.79 seconds.

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Here are the nominees for the PDQ Girls Athlete of the Week.

The six selected finished among the highest in votes this week. Voting ends at 9 a.m. Thursday.

The winner receives free food through the new PDQ app to redeem at any location.

Remember to download the MyPDQ points app and earn points with every purchase towards free food and more. Visit eatPDQ.com/MyPDQ to join today and get 3 Free Tenders just for enrolling.

Brooke Arnold

Sr., Riverview

Recorded a combined 54 digs in the Sharks’ last four matches and helped the team stretch its win streak to eight.

Bailey Higgins

So., Berkeley Prep

Selected to the all-tournament team at the Berkeley Premier after helping the Buccaneers win the tournament, then knocked off Plant in five sets this past week.

Sydney Jackwin

Sr., Keswick Christian

Named MVP after leading the Crusaders to the team title of their own tournament, as well as a five-set victory over St. Petersburg this past week.

Alexa Paredes

So., Newsome

Took first in the 100 breast (1:11.53) and the 500 free (2:23.05) at the Federal Division Western Conference meet.

Taylor Parks

So., Calvary Christian

Was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association state player of the week after leading the Warriors to a runnerup finish at the Berkeley Premier.

Grace Vaughn

Jr., Bishop McLaughlin

Finished the highest among area individuals at the Zak Lukas Invitational, taking sixth in 21 minutes, 57.79 seconds.

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Here are the nominees for the PDQ Girls Athlete of the Week.

The six selected finished among the highest in votes this week. Voting ends at 9 a.m. Thursday.

The winner receives free food through the new PDQ app to redeem at any location.

Remember to download the MyPDQ points app and earn points with every purchase towards free food and more. Visit eatPDQ.com/MyPDQ to join today and get 3 Free Tenders just for enrolling.

Brooke Arnold

Sr., Riverview

Recorded a combined 54 digs in the Sharks’ last four matches and helped the team stretch its win streak to eight.

Bailey Higgins

So., Berkeley Prep

Selected to the all-tournament team at the Berkeley Premier after helping the Buccaneers win the tournament, then knocked off Plant in five sets this past week.

Sydney Jackwin

Sr., Keswick Christian

Named MVP after leading the Crusaders to the team title of their own tournament, as well as a five-set victory over St. Petersburg this past week.

Alexa Paredes

So., Newsome

Took first in the 100 breast (1:11.53) and the 500 free (2:23.05) at the Federal Division Western Conference meet.

Taylor Parks

So., Calvary Christian

Was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association state player of the week after leading the Warriors to a runnerup finish at the Berkeley Premier.

Grace Vaughn

Jr., Bishop McLaughlin

Finished the highest among area individuals at the Zak Lukas Invitational, taking sixth in 21 minutes, 57.79 seconds.

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Here are the nominees for the PDQ Girls Athlete of the Week.

The six selected finished among the highest in votes this week. Voting ends at 9 a.m. Thursday.

The winner receives free food through the new PDQ app to redeem at any location.

Remember to download the MyPDQ points app and earn points with every purchase towards free food and more. Visit eatPDQ.com/MyPDQ to join today and get 3 Free Tenders just for enrolling.

Brooke Arnold

Sr., Riverview

Recorded a combined 54 digs in the Sharks’ last four matches and helped the team stretch its win streak to eight.

Bailey Higgins

So., Berkeley Prep

Selected to the all-tournament team at the Berkeley Premier after helping the Buccaneers win the tournament, then knocked off Plant in five sets this past week.

Sydney Jackwin

Sr., Keswick Christian

Named MVP after leading the Crusaders to the team title of their own tournament, as well as a five-set victory over St. Petersburg this past week.

Alexa Paredes

So., Newsome

Took first in the 100 breast (1:11.53) and the 500 free (2:23.05) at the Federal Division Western Conference meet.

Taylor Parks

So., Calvary Christian

Was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association state player of the week after leading the Warriors to a runnerup finish at the Berkeley Premier.

Grace Vaughn

Jr., Bishop McLaughlin

Finished the highest among area individuals at the Zak Lukas Invitational, taking sixth in 21 minutes, 57.79 seconds.

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