Sara Hall, a junior forward at Sheldon High School, has helped lead the Irish to 18 wins this season.
At age 13, Jordan Foss was crowned an American Taekwondo Association creative weapons world champion.
Now 16, the Willamette High School sophomore is a third degree black belt. He trains at Duer's Martial Arts.
Delaney Andrist started figure skating at age 4.
She says she fell early and often, but after a few years, it all began to click.
Now a senior at South Eugene High School, Andrist skates for the Eugene Figure Skating Club and is a regular at the Lane County Ice Center.
The point guard on a basketball team is the floor general, the leader, and an extension of the head coach.
Sheldon High School head boys basketball coach Daniel Clark says his point guard, Nick Nestell, is no different, embodying each of those characteristics.
Jonah Saraceno may not score the most points for the Marist basketball team, but for him it's not about stats.
It's about setting a good example for his underclassmen teammates and doing his best keep up the energy level each day.
When Sami Osborne first stepped onto the Willamette High School campus, Wolverines assistant coach Lance Haas says she was quiet and shy.
But now Osborne is a captain of the 13-1 top-ranked Willamette girls basketball team.
DeShone Brooks has certainly been through much more than your average 17 year old.
And since his freshman year when he's stepped on campus at Churchill has made tremendous strides on and off the court.
Luke Wilson achieved his goal of becoming a starter on the varsity basketball team at Springfield High School as a freshman.
The 15-year-old carries himself and makes plays in a way older than what his age would tell, including a key block and buzzer beating shot to finish last week's game against Thurston.
Marcus McGovern almost quit wrestling his sophomore year.
"He was frustrated. I was kind of frustrated as well," Sheldon High School wrestling coach Elias Soto said, "and there was really no solution except for just going through the progression and having a lack of experience."
Now the senior hopes to have a season to remember for the Irish.
"I knew I had all the potential to be a really good wrestler," McGovern said. "I just couldn't quite figure it out. Wrestling is just a tough sport, mentally and physically."
Standing 6-foot-8, junior Nick Mack is a towering presence in the Marist High School Spartan lineup.
It's a new season for the Willamette High School girls basketball team, but like last year, Lexi Bando will have a big part in the Wolverines success.
The North Bend High School boys basketball team is looking to bounce back from their fourth place finish at the state tournament a year ago.
At the helm is a senior trying to make sure his final season is one to remember.
Senior player Ty Roane's season will have a big impact on how far the Bulldogs can go.
The South Eugene High School boys basketball team didn't finish where it wanted to last season.
Heading into this year, the axemen are reloaded and lead by one of the best players in 6a.
Eli Lininger is the prep athlete of the week for December 5.
Sheldon High School head football coach Lane Johnson is a fan of is Irish senior wide receiver Mitchell Herbert.
Herbert also plays defense, but there's no doubt he creates a mismatch nightmare for the defense. Last week, Herbert had a highlight to remember when he took a simple screen pass 88 yards to the end zone.