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North Mason’s Hannah Fredrickson named 2A OL volleyball MVP; NK's Bower named OL football MVP

North Mason’s Hannah Fredrickson proved that height isn’t everything for an outside hitter as the 5-foot-4 senior was named the 2A Olympic League volleyball MVP last week.

Fredrickson helped lead the Bulldogs to one of their strongest seasons, finishing 14-6 and into the district tournament. Twin sister Rebekah Fredrickson was tabbed as the defensive player of the year.

In 1A, Klahowya’s Rachel Bailey, a senior outside hitter, was named the MVP while teammate Maile Lueck, a senior libero, was named the defensive player of the year.

North Kitsap coach Tim French and North Mason coach Kanoe Lilly were named co-coaches of the year. 

All-Olympic League 2A

MVP: Hannah Fredrickson, OH, sr., North Mason

DPOY: Rebekah Fredrickson, Libero, sr., North Mason

First Team: Riley Rabedeaux, OH, jr., North Kitsap; Sophia Baugh, S, fr., North Kitsap; Morgan Halady, Middle, jr., Kingston; Morgan Shumaker, Middle, jr., North Mason; Hannah Delos Reyes, Libero, sr., Kingston; Noelani Barreith, OH, sr., North Kitsap.

Second Team: Autumn Carver, Libero, jr., North Kitsap; Joslyn Leage, S, sr., North Kitsap; Kalli Wiker, S, jr., Sequim; Faith Harer, OH, sr., Olympic; Shelby Stephens, S, sr., North Mason; Lily Halberg, Libero, fr., Port Angeles.

All-Olympic League 1A

MVP: Rachel Bailey, S, sr., Klahowya

DPOY: Maile Lueck, Libero, sr., Klahowya

First Team: Katie Cooper, OH, jr., Klahowya; Chloe Settle, Middle, sr., Klahowya; Izzy Hammett, Middle, sr., Port Townsend; Sierra Ruegg, RS/DS, sr., Klahowya; Akira Anderson, OH, so., Chimacum; Sophie Patterson, Middle, so., Chimacum.

All-League Sportsmanship: Emma Orness, DS/Libero, jr., North Kitsap; Hallie Hicks, OH/DS, sr., North Mason; Gabrielle Johnson, OH/DS,sr., Kingston; Marie Burns, DS, sr., Port Angeles; Kaylani Riley, S, sr., Olympic; Kalli Wiker, jr., S, Sequim; Joleen Quitugua, Libero, jr., Bremerton; Rachel Bailey, S, sr., Klahowya; Claudia Garfias, S, jr., Port Townsend; Denise Lopez, L, jr., Chimacum.

ALL-SSC 3A

Central Kitsap volleyball coach Rebecca Arthur was named the All-South Sound coach of the year while junior setter Keahi Sarono was named to the All-SSC first team.

Arthur, along with assistants Katie Pasi, Tricia Vantino, Allan Pajimula, Neal Rosenquist and Stan Carson, guided the Cougars to its first 3A state tournament since 2006. 

Riley Knapp, a senior outside hitter, and Reegan Stark, a senior middle blocker, were both named to the second team.

ALL-SPSL 4A

South Kitsap’s Faith Smith, a senior middle blocker, was named to the All-South Puget Sound League volleyball honorable mention team.

Smith is headed to NAIA Southwestern College in Wichita, Kansas, next season.

ALL-SEA-TAC LEAGUE 2B

Crosspoint’s state-qualifying team had three players named to the All-Sea-Tac League 2B team this week. Senior Madison Jacobsen and freshman Ella (Anderson) Rockwell were added to the first team. Mackenzie Anderson, a senior, was named to the second team. The Warriors also earned the team sportsmanship award.

FOOTBALL

All-Olympic League 2A/1A

North Kitsap’s standout sophomore Colton Bower was named the All-Olympic League 2A MVP. Bower led the Vikings (8-3, state playoffs) in both passing and rushing yards while also playing special teams and was the team’s kicker and punter. 

The defensive MVP honor went to NK’s Boaz Adams, a senior, and Sequim junior Taig Wiker was named the offensive MVP.

First Team: Kelo Legova, Bremerton, QB; Reese Smelcer, North Mason, RB: Darick DeJesus, Bremerton, RB; Trent Feistner, Olympic, RB; Junior Newman, Bremerton, WR; Michael Young, WR; Kaipo Retome, Bremerton, TE; Glenn Phillips, North Mason, OL; Chance Fredericksen, North Kitsap, OL; Josh Robison, Kingston, OL; Derick Collins, Bremerton, OL; Calvin Grant, Olympic, OL.

Second team: Shawn Ward, North Mason, QB; Jayden Quenga, Bremerton, RB; Walker Ward, Sequim, RB; Daniel Cable, Port Angeles, RB; Garrett Hoesel, Sequim, WR; Erik Burchill, North Kitsap, WR; AJ Fitsemons, North Kitsap, TE; Quinn Knivila-Ritchie, North Kitsap, OL; Jessie Brown, Olympic, OL; Gavin Triplett, Olympic, OL.

First-team defense: Derick Collins, Bremerton, DL; Andrew Jones, North Kitsap, OL; Austin Newton, Sequim, DL; Cameron Bailey, Olympic, OL; Aiden Powell, North Mason, LB; Kaipo Retome, Bremerton, LB; Cache Holmes, North Kitsap, LB; Isaiah Cowan, Sequim, LB; Derek Bowechop, Port Angeles, LB; Josh Fisher, North Kitsap, DB: Kyler Coe-Yarr, Kingston, DB; Michael Young, Sequim, DB: Adam Johnson, Olympic, DB; Tyler Bowen, Port Angeles, DB.

Second-team defense: Sofian Hammou, North Kitsap, DL; Bruce Laulu, Olympic, DL; Lief Nelson, Kingston, DL; Josh Robison, Kingston, DL; Keizer Shamp, Port Angeles, DL; Mason Shumaker, North Mason, LB; Kimo Retome, Bremerton, LB; Nathan Simms, North Kitsap, LB; Kama Ruiz, Olympic, LB; Maxx Moran, Kingston, LB; Matt Oppliger, North Kitsap, DB; Garrett Hoesel, Sequim, DB; Taylor Andrews, Olympic, DB; Cameron Cheeseman, Kingston, DB.

First-team special teams: Josh Kennedy, Olympic, K/P; Tyler Marquez, Kingston, KR; CJ Wallace, North Kitsap, LS.

Second-team special teams: Gary Thomas, North Mason, K; Shawn Ward, North Mason, P; Keith Jackmon, Bremerton, KR; Brandon Barnett, Sequim, LS.

For 1A OL, Klahowya’s Hunter Wallis was named the OL defensive MVP and first-team running back. Aaron Phillips was named to the first-team as an offensive lineman and second-team defensive lineman. Matthew Strickland was named a second-team OL and Nick Lewis was named a second-team linebacker and honorable mention quarterback.

Named to the honorable mention team were Jake Manavie, WR/LB, Cannon Leifeste, OL/DL, Michael Divano, K/P, Logan Wallis, LB, Anthony Hernandez, DB.

ALL-Metro 3A

Bainbridge had several players make the All-Metro League 3A team.

Connor Costello, OL, Sio Peato, DT, John Devlin, OLB, Cal Breen, CB, and S Franco Abullarade were named to the first team.

Kicker Quin Millard, OL Elliott Weaver and Brett Dudgeon were named to the second team along with FB Charlie Hughes, QB Alex Ledbetter, CB Jack Mielke and S Mathew McCann. 

Honorable mention honors went to OL Sasha Hermann, DL Axel Gibson, MLB PJ Miller and CB Brian Taylor.

ALL-SPSL 4A

South Kitsap had seven players named to the All-South Puget Sound League teams for football.

Sam Canton, a junior, was named to the first-team for special teams and an honorable mention defensive back.

Deyondre Davis, a senior defensive back, was named to the second team along with senior punter Chase Petersen. 

Named to the honorable mention team were Jacob Johnson, sr., OL, Zowie Pangelinan, sr., DL, and Adam Kennedy, jr., OL.

ALL-SSC 3A

Central Kitsap’s Nigel Hardee, Ezekiel Sousou and Colton Van Dijk were named to the All-South Sound Conference 3A first team.

Hardee, a senior, was named as a defensive back. Van Dijk, a senior, was named to the team as a linebacker. Sousou, also a senior, was named as an offensive lineman.

Central Kitsap’s Andrew Ahlstrom, a junior, was named as a second team offensive lineman, and junior Mekai Seau was named to the defensive line. Flex Rodenhurst, a junior, was named to the second team as a defensive back.

Central Kitsap players named to the honorable mention team were Kouper Hall, a freshman running back, Donovan Ralston a junior defensive lineman, and Eathan Dodson, a senior defensive back.

BOYS TENNIS

ALL-OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Bremerton’s Garrett Lawson was named to the All-Olympic League boys tennis team after successfully defending his league title. Also named to the singles team were Nico Zingaro of Sequim, Chris Schuchart of North Kitsap and Reef Gelder of Port Angeles.

The All-OL doubles team were Logan Chmielewski and Cole Walker of North Kitsap, Milo Whitman and Wyatt Hall of Port Angeles, Jimmey Jordan and Carl Burchill of North Kitsap and Josh Smith and Drake Jones of North Kitsap.

GIRLS SOCCER

ALL-OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Klahowya’s Alyssa Peters was named the Olympic League 1A MVP while Millie Long of Port Angeles was named the 2A MVP. Bremerton coach Lance McCoy, who retired following the end of the season, was named the Coach of the Year.

First Team: Hope Martin, D, sr., Klahowya; Victoria Peters, M, fr., Klahowya; Midori Carrier, M, sr., Olympic; Ammaya Robinett, M, sr., Bremerton; Amanda Dormaier, M, jr., Kingston; Sorina Johnston, D, jr., Port Townsend; Sophie Pixton, K, sr., North Kitsap; Kamora McMillian, F, so., North Kitsap; Hope Glasser, F, sr., Sequim; Delaney Wenzl, M, sr., Port Angeles; Bailee Larson, M, so., Port Angeles; Lucah Folden, D, sr., Port Angeles; Morgan Mihelich, K, North Mason.

Second Team: Hailey Connolly, D, jr., Klahowya; Hope Swenland, D, sr., Klahowya; Kiara Richards, M, sr., Olympic; Claire Warthen, M, fr., Bremerton; Kaylee Dressler, F, sr., Kingston; Nylah Garling, M, jr., Port Townsend; Charlotte bond, M, sr., North Kitsap; Audrey Zinn, M, sr., North Kitsap; Olivia Hare, K, jr., Sequim; Madi Roening, K, sr., Port Angeles; Anna Petty, M, fr., Port Angeles; Hannah Reetz, F, jr., Port Angeles; Sophie Green, M, North Mason.

Sportsmanship: Sophia Capdepon, Bremerton; Allie Smith, Olympic; Justice Correa-West, Kingston; Sarah Marx, Port Townsend; Alexis Smith, Sequim; Grace Billings, North Kitsap; Millie Long, Port Angeles; Shae Stevens, Klahowya.

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