Bainbridge’s Crowley earns Metro Mountain MVPMay 16th, 2013 by jeff graham
Bainbridge senior midfielder Michael Crowley has earned Metro
League Mountain Division most valuable player honors for the second
“That’s cool,” Crowley said Thursday. “I honestly didn’t know.”
Crowley, who’ll play at Claremont McKenna (Calif.) College next season, missed the early part of the season for the Spartans after tearing a ligament in his knee last summer. He returned to help the team win a division title.
Bainbridge, the defending Class 3A state champion, faces Glacier Peak in the state quarterfinals Saturday at 7 p.m. at Snohomish High School.
Three other Bainbridge players were named to the first team: defender Alex Coplan, midfielder Will Economy and forward Sebastian Scales. Goalkeeper Carsten Frederickson and midfielder Jesse Moore made the second team.
All-Metro League Mountain Division
MVP—Michael Crowley, sr., Bainbridge
Goalkeeper—Wallis Lapsley, so., Lakeside
Defenders—Alex Coplan, sr., Bainbridge; Cole Burrows, sr., Blanchet; Thayer Fisher, sr., Lakeside; Jace Beck, sr., Eastside Catholic.
Midfielders—Josh Mackenzie, sr., Eastside Catholic; Mumbi Kwesele, sr., Seattle Prep; Will Economy, jr., Bainbridge; Wyatt Paul, so., Lakeside.
Forwards—Charlie Devine, sr., Lakeside; Seyi Adekoya, jr., Lakeside; Sebastian Scales, sr., Bainbridge.
Goalkeepers—Addison Klinke, sr., Eastside Catholic; Milo Cantor, Seattle Prep; Carsten Frederickson, sr., Bainbridge.
Defenders—Drew Mortenson, sr., Blanchet; Andrew Fischer, so., Seattle Prep; Sam Johnson, fr., O’Dea; Nick Tabbutt, sr., Seattle Prep; Tory Stewart-Steele, sr., Eastside Catholic.
Midfielders—Gaby Joseph, jr., Lakeside; Ben Wahlman, so., O’Dea; Noah Cavanaugh, jr., Seattle Prep; Brandon Engman, sr., Eastside Catholic; Aaron Callow, jr., Eastside Catholic; Jesse Moore, sr., Bainbridge.
Forwards—Joey Briner, sr., O’Dea; Colin Malaska, sr., Eastside Catholic; Parker Sommerville, sr., Seattle Prep; Collum McKannay, jr., Blanchet.