Also: Jason Fairhurst of Snohomish, Tyson Penn of Bellevue and Peyton Trask of Tahoma stood out.

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1. Mia Corbin, Tahoma softball — Her walk-off, three-run home run in the ninth inning on Sunday lifted the Bears past Federal Way, 8-5, and into the Class 4A state tournament.

2. Jason Fairhurst, Snohomish soccer — He scored late to send a Class 4A quarterfinal match against Skyline into OT, then netted the game-winner in a penalty-kick shootout to beat the Spartans, 2-1, on Saturday.

3. Tyson Penn, Bellevue track & field — Won the high- jump and long-jump titles at the SeaKing District 2 meet Friday, including a state-best long jump of 23 feet, 7 inches.

4. Peyton Trask, Tahoma soccer — Scored a goal in the Bears’ 2-0 win over Mariner in a Class 4A state quarterfinal match and another in a 1-0 win over Kentridge in a first-round state match.

5. Nolan McCafferty, Woodinville baseball — Had a double and a home run in the Falcons’ 8-6 win over Snohomish in a Class 4A regional final on Sunday.

6. Hazen girls track team — Paced by first-place finishes by Kate Lilly (800 and 1,600), Michelle Lilly (high jump) and Alicia Nguyen (long jump), Hazen on Saturday won its first West Central District championship since 1994.

7. Lisa Nelson, Juanita softball — Struck out 18 in a 3-0 win over Roosevelt on Wednesday and fanned 12 in a Class 3A, District II semifinal win over Eastside Catholic on Thursday.

8. Matt Williams, Archbishop Murphy soccer — Netted three goals in a 5-0 win over North Kitsap in a first-round Class 2A state-playoff match last Tuesday then scored twice in a 3-0 quarterfinal over Aberdeen on Friday to put the Wildcats into the state semis.

9. Emmanuel Wells, Rainier Beach track & field — Posted the fastest time in the state in the 100 meters on Friday at the Sea-King District 2 championships, finishing in 10.57 seconds.

10. Ben Wadowski, Kentwood baseball — Had two hits, including a home run, and drove in three in a Class 4A regional-final win over Gig Harbor on Saturday.