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Vote: Who is the Advantage Federal Credit Union's Girls Sports Athlete of the Week?

Advantage Credit Union's Athlete of the Week.
Advantage Credit Union's Athlete of the Week.

It's time to take a look at the standout performers from Section V.

Your vote will determine who will be the Advantage Federal Credit Union's Girls Sports Athlete of the Week for Feb. 19-25. The players' credentials are listed above the poll — which will be live until 8 p.m. Tuesday. The winner will be announced on our Instagram page Wednesday morning.

All athletes who play on Section V girls teams are eligible to be nominated.

Now, let's meet the candidates. And if the poll at the bottom of the page doesn't load, please click here.

Jayla Bell

Lyons won two games last week thanks to a pair of triple-doubles from Bell. Bell had 25 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in an opening round win over Letchworth, then posted 28 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists as the Lions defeated Oakfield-Alabama.

Zarriah Eldridge

East Rochester’s senior opened sectionals with 25 points in the opening round against Avon, then followed with 27 points as the Bombers eliminated Byron-Bergen.

Corintia Griffith

The Webster Schroeder senior reset the Section V indoor track triple jump record she owned, won the long jump competition and ran an opening leg on the team's first-place 800-meter relay during Section V's state qualifier meet.

Paige Harding

A junior on the Oakfield-Alabama/Elba indoor track team, she cleared 11 feet-3 inches in the girls pole vault during the Section V state qualifier meet. The height is a season-best in all of Section V.

Eva Jenny

Jenna totaled 27 points for Gananda in a sectional victory over Campbell-Savona, and reached 1,000 career points in the process. Jenny added 20 points as the Blue Panthers beat Perry in the quarterfinals.

Chelsie Tyler

Tyler, who plays for Dansville, racked up a career high 35 points as the Mustangs took down Williamson/Marion in Class B sectional play.

TaKyla Vaughn

The Newark star recorded a double-double (21 points, 21 rebounds) to lift her team to a tight 65-63 win over Eastridge in a Class A section quarterfinal.

Maddie Verkey

Verkey set a Mynderse Academy girls basketball program record with nine 3-pointers, en route to 29 points in a sectional win. Verkey then scored 16 points with seven assists and six rebounds as Mynderse dispatched defending state champion Waterloo in the section quarterfinals.

This article originally appeared on Rochester Democrat and Chronicle: Who is Section V Girls Athlete of the week for Feb. 19-25? Vote now.