Klahowya’s McKenzie Cook was named Olympic League MVP after
leading the league in scoring with 52 points (20 goals, 12
Her coach, Troy Oelschlager, shared the coach of the year honors with Olympic’s Steve Haggerty.
MVP—McKenzie Cook, Klahowya
Co-coaches of the year—Steve Haggerty, Olympic; Troy Oelschlager, Klahowya
First team—Abbie Wright, North Kitsap; Allie Zinn, North Kitsap; Gemma Ferland, North Kitsap; Izzy Severns, Klahowya; Rachel Seidel, Klahowya; Riquelle Weaver, Klahowya; Becca Tafte, Kingston; Emma Keeling, Kingston; Ashlyn McDonald, Kingston; Jewel Johnson, Port Townsend; Vianey Cadenas, Sequim; Giselle Bright, Bremerton; Anna Gentile, Olympic; Andi Rasmussen, North Mason; Maddie Boe, Port Angeles.
Second team—Taylor Vadset, North Kitsap, Brienne George, North Kitsap; Madison Skansi, North Kitsap; Ashlyn Bandt, Klahowya; Emily Peters, Klahowya, Hailey Stokes, Kingston; Ella Dwyer, Kingston; Tess Schorn, Kingston; Rebecca Stewart, Port Townsend; Makayla Bentz, Sequim; Kelsie Styrlund, Bremerton; Josie Holloway, Bremerton; Justice Diaz, Olympic; Tegan Daviscourt, North Mason; Kylee Jeffers, North Mason.
Honorable mention—North Kitsap, Maggie Alikpala, Mekenna Cordoza, Jenea Arnold. Klahowya, Kassidy Wandke, Taylor Reuter. Kingston, Kelly Nash, Katie Keller, Emily Anderson. Port Townsend, Anne Meek, Malia Henderson, Lily Murock. Sequim, Mattie Clark, Maeve Harris, Shelby Lott. Bremerton, Tyra Amicangelo, Gabby Dubos. Olympic, Ally Galeski, Cora Sisson, Alyssa Dillon. North Mason, Rachel Wilson, Raven Wolfe, Lacey Stark. Port Angeles, Brittany McBride, Karina Bohman, Emma Moseley.