South Puget Sound spring All-League Teams revealed

A listing of players on the South Puget Sound League's 2008 spring All-League Team.

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  • Thursday, June 19, 2008 2:41pm
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BASEBALL

SPSL NORTH

Player of the Year: Jr. Kyle Conwell, Tahoma.

Coach of the Year: Jason Evans, Kentlake

FIRST TEAM

Player School Pos.

So. Zach Wright Kentlake P

Sr. Alex Bailey Decatur P

Sr. Jordan Beers Jefferson P

Sr. B. McGuire Kentridge C

Jr. Miles Nagel Kentlake 1B

So. J. Casper Tahoma 2B

Jr. B.J. Tannehill Kentlake SS

Jr. Zach Aaker Tahoma 3B

Sr. S. Graham Kentridge 3B

Jr. Kyle Conwell Tahoma OF

Jr. T. Hammett Tahoma OF

Sr. Matt Theisen Kentridge OF

Sr. Kyle Ashton Jefferson OF

Sr. Shane Elliott Federal Way OF

Sr. Derek Voigt Jefferson UT

SECOND TEAM

P: Sr. Danny White (Kentridge), Sr. Tom Breakfield (Kentwood),Jr. Chris Marangon (Tahoma). C: Sr. Marcus Evans (Kentlake), So. Taylor White (Kentwood). 1B: Sr. Bryce Niemi (Tahoma). 2B: Jr. Johnny Palko (Jefferson). SS: Fr. Nick Tanielu (Federal Way). 3B: Jr. Alexander Lee (Kentwood). OF: Jr. Andy Enders (Kentlake), Sr. Nick Zografos (Kentwood), Sr. Justin Southern (Federal Way), Jr. Justin MacDonald (Decatur), Jr. Kyle Font (Decatur). Utility: So. Bryant VanEngelenburg (Kentwood).

HONORABLE MENTION

Decatur: Justin Reed, Ryan Kim. Federal Way: Jarred Lee, Mike Vlahovich, Taylor Horsfall, Brandon Robbins. Jefferson: Andrew Jones, Taylor Stark, Jerett Hardy, Michael Sigafoos, Kramer Thompson. Kentlake: Doug Christie. Kent-Meridian: Matt Beeler, Patrick Outlaw. Kentridge: Nick Mead, Ben Mora, Stetson Olson. Kentwood: Alexander Lee, Tyler Weinbrecht. Tahoma: Matt Stevens, Chris Marangon, Cory Ferguson.

BOYS SOCCER

SPSL NORTH

MVP: Evan Denmark, Tahoma

Coach of the Year: Kyle Jones, Kentlake.

FIRST TEAM

Player School Pos.

Sr. M. Pombrio Kentwood GK

Sr. Omar Cruz Federal Way D

Sr. J. Schmid Tahoma D

Sr. DJ DeWaele Jefferson D

Jr. Cam Schilling Decatur D

Jr. Chris Miller Jefferson D

Sr. E. Denmark Tahoma MF

Sr. Tyler Hanson Jefferson MF

Sr. M. Eronemo Kentwood MF

Sr. B. Koromo Kent-Meridian MF

Sr. L. Fremanis Kentridge MF

Jr. D. Landram Kentlake MF

Sr. Danny Brill Kentwood F

So. Scott Geffre Kentridge F

Sr. Andrew Hair Federal Way F

So. Tyler Wright Kentlake F

SECOND TEAM

GK: Sr. Nik Sever (Kentridge). D: Jr. Paul Boscole (Kentridge), Sr. Spencer Ward (Kentwood), Sr. Ben Hoag (Kentlake), Sr. Nick McNew (Jefferson), Sr. Tyson Ellis (Tahoma), Sr. Kasim Osman (Kent-Meridian). MF: Jr. Luke Angevine (Kentwood), Sr. Michael Fuller (Kentwood), Jr. Ernan Roman (Jefferson), Jr. Darioush Kazemi (Tahoma), Jr. Amos Nistrian (Jefferson), Fr. Chase Brewer (Federal Way), Fr. Chase Hanson (Jefferson). F: Jr. Bryan Cackette (Tahoma), Sr. Yuriy Zbrozhek (Kent-Meridian), Sr. Troy Brunner (Kentlake).

HONORABLE MENTION

Federal Way: Vinton Lake. Jefferson: Derek Moore. Kentridge: Alex Ferguson. Kentwood: Joe Angevine.

FASTPITCH

SPSL NORTH

Player of the Year: Felecia Harris, Kentlake.

Pitcher of the Year: Kirsten Shreve, Kentwood.

Coach of the Year: Chad Fahnlander, Jefferson.

FIRST TEAM

Player School Pos.

Jr. J. Dickson Jefferson P

Sr. C. Duggan Kentlake P

Sr. Robin James Tahoma C

Sr. S. Ogle Jefferson Inf.

Jr. J. Glenn Kentwood Inf.

Jr. J. Hartnett Kentlake Inf.

So. H. Kiyohara Jefferson Inf.

Jr. Jayme Carbon Jefferson Inf.

Sr. Sara Byrne Jefferson OF

Jr. B. Bilbrey Kentlake OF

Jr. Erin Fujita Jefferson OF

Sr. Lindsey Bright Decatur OF

Sr. L. Nielson Kentlake UT

SECOND TEAM

P: Jr. Savannah Bommarito (Kentridge), So. Danielle Orvella (Kentridge), Kayla Evans (Kentwood). C: So. Christie Bruin, Jefferson. Inf: Jr. Sam Beckler (Kentlake), Sr. Lauren Suguro (Kentridge), So. Kelli Suguro (Kentridge), So. Nicole Barger (Kentridge). OF: Fr. Lisa Maulden (Tahoma), Jr. Rhianna Wallace (Kentridge), Sr. Sarah King (Kentlake). Utility: Sr. Lauren Gazdik (Tahoma).

HONORABLE MENTION

Decatur: Kendal Nakashima, Lindsey Dickinson. Federal Way: Britni Racus. Kentridge: Chelsea Alfano, Tiffany Shen. Kentwood: Laura Mittleider. Tahoma: Sherry Linett, Emily Miller, Hailey Granund, Sammii Jimenez, Kaila Wilkinson.

GIRLS TENNIS

SPSL NORTH

Player of the Year: Fr. Meghan Cassens, Decatur.

Coach of the Year: Andrew Buchan, TJ.

Sportsmanship: Jefferson.

FIRST TEAM

Player School

So. Sara Lin Decatur

Sr. Marissa Ventura Federal Way

Jr. Julie Williams Kentlake

So. Jazmin AhYat Kentridge

Sr. Anna McIntosh Kentridge

Jr. Kim Quach Kentridge

Sr. Chelsey White Kentridge

Sr. Kendall Bielinski Kentwood

Sr. Kelsey Hurter Kentwood

Jr. Kelly Lehigh Tahoma

SECOND TEAM

Jefferson: Sr. Allie Guerrero, Sr. Kendall Swynenburg, So. Averi Kitsch. Kentlake: Sr. Heidi Weaver. Kentwood: Sr. Laura Araki. Tahoma: Sr. Chandra Horne.


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