Central Kitsap checks in as the highest-ranked Kitsap at No. 2
among Class 3A teams.
South Kitsap checks in at No. 7 for the 4As.
North Kitsap is fifth among 2A teams, and Klahowya is sixth in the 1A.
You can see the complete poll here.
Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association
Goals Leaders – Division II
|Rank||Player||Year||Pos.||School (Team if Diff.)||G||A||PTS||GP|
|1.||Kellson Arthurs||Sr.||Midfield||North Kitsap||44||5||49||10|
|2.||Gavin Harderson||Sr.||Attack||White River||39||16||55||11|
|3.||Isaiah Pratt||Jr.||Attack||King’s Way (Union)||38||8||46||11|
|4.||Cian Peterson||Sr.||Midfield||Gonzaga Prep||37||10||47||10|
|7.||Elliot Carleton||Sr.||Attack||Vashon Island||33||10||43||9|
|10.||Bennet Duffy||Jr.||Midfield||Archbishop Murphy||28||10||38||8|
|11.||Derek Jacobson||Jr.||Attack||North Kitsap||28||10||38||10|
When Cole Rabedeaux heads to college, the chances of him feeling homesick are small.
The Olympic League 2A MVP in basketball signed to play with
University of Jamestown in North Dakota earlier this month.
When he gets to the NAIA school, he’ll be living with his brother Beaux, who is a sophomore on the baseball team. Beau is one off 11 Kitsap players on the Jimmies’ baseball roster. They’re ranked No. 8 in the NAIA coaches poll.
So he’ll have somebody to show him where the book store is.
“My brother is my best friend,” Cole said.
Jamestown started pursuing Cole before the season and offered him a scholarship early in the season after getting some film. Cole had offers from several Northwest Athletic Conference schools and other Division II schools.
But it was what Jamestown offered that got him there. Rabedeaux hops to play basketball overseas when his college days are over. Jamestown has sent players to far-off leagues.
For now, he’s working out and shooting and waiting to join his brother in North Dakota.
As soon as North Kitsap linebacker Bob Evans learned Linfield University was interested in him, he knew where he wanted to go to that school.
Linfield has a special place in his heart. His uncle, Tony, played there. He was a freshman on the national championship team in 1984 before his career was cut short because of injury. His family is from the McMinnville, Oregon, area.
Linfield expressed interest in January. It took a few months between financial aid and other reasons before all the pieces fell into place, but he committed to the Wildcats a few weeks ago.
“It hasn’t really set in,” Evans said. “I’m super excited. I still can’t get over the fact that I’m going to that school with such a great football program and that history.”
Linfield is an NCAA Division III power that dominates the Northwest League. The program has won four national championships in football.
Evans was a three-year starter at linebacker for the Vikings. As a junior and senior he was named Olympic League 2A defensive MVP and Associated Press All-State football second team.
He’s been told he’ll stay at linebacker, either middle or possibly outside backer.
North Kitsap’s Cole Rabedeaux (2A) and South Kitsap’s Eric Wattree (4A) were honorable mentions on the Associated Press All-State basketball teams released Wednesday.
Here’s the AP story with the complete teams:
SEATTLE — Bellarmine Prep guard Malachi Flynn and Lynnwood star Mikayla Pivec have been voted the 2016 Associated Press Washington state basketball players of the year for all classifications.
Results of the voting conducted by sports writers and editors from around the state were announced on Wednesday. Both Flynn (Class 4A) and Pivec (Class 3A) were also voted the players of the year in their respective classifications.
Flynn averaged nearly 30 points per game in his senior season for the Lions, but has yet to decide where he will play collegiately. Flynn edged out Lakeside of Seattle’s Isiah Brown for state player of the year honors.
Pivec will continue her playing career in college with current Final Four participant Oregon State. Pivec averaged 22 points and 14 rebounds per game this season for Lynnwood. Bellevue’s Anna Wilson, younger sister of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, was second in player of the year voting.
Brown was a clear choice as the boys Class 3A player of the year, as was Clarkston’s Trevon Allen in Class 2A. King’s junior Corey Kispert was the Class 1A player of the year; Jaron Kirkley of Mossyrock was the Class 2B honoree; and Dallas Isaak of Almira/Coulee-Hartline was voted the Class 1B player of the year.
On the girls side, Central Valley sophomore Lexie Hull was voted
the Class 4A player of the year. Uju Chibuogwu from state champion
Shorecrest was honored in Class 2A, while Kara Bajema of Lynden
Christian earned the Class 1A award. And in both Jill Townsend of
Okanogan (Class 2B) and Zoe Moser of Colton (Class 1B) were repeat
honorees for player of the year in their classifications.
State player of the year, all classes — Malachi Flynn, sr.,
Player of the year — Malachi Flynn, sr., Bellarmine Prep.
First team — Malachi Flynn, sr., Bellarmine Prep; Jalen McDaniels, sr., Federal Way; Tony Miller, sr., Woodinville; Aushanti Potts-Woods, sr., Curtis; Steven Beo, sr., Richland.
Honorable mention — Ferron Flavors, sr., Federal Way; Drew Magaoay, sr., Cascade (Everett); Cameron Cranston, jr., Union; Christian Davis, sr., Yelm; Eric Wattree, sr., South Kitsap.
Player of the year — Isiah Brown, sr., Lakeside (Seattle)
First team — Isiah Brown, sr., Lakeside (Seattle); Jaylen Nowell, jr., Garfield; Sam Cunliffe, sr., Rainier Beach; JaQuori McLaughlin, sr., Peninsula; David Jenkins, sr., Wilson.
Honorable mention — David Woodward, sr., Edmonds-Woodway; Roberto Gittens, jr., Foss; Mikey Henn, sr., Bellevue; Ryan Lacey, sr., Auburn Mountainview.
Player of the year — Trevon Allen, sr., Clarkston.
First team — Trevon Allen, sr., Clarkston; Sterling Sommers, sr., Lynden; Coleman Sparling, sr., Ellensburg; Jordan Blodgett, sr., Wapato; Philip Pepple, soph., Shorecrest.
Honorable mention — Cole Rabedeaux, sr., North Kitsap; Kobe Key, sr., River Ridge; Gunner Chronis, soph., Grandview; TJ Mickelson, jr., Black Hills; Will Burghardt, jr., Mark Morris.
Player of the year — Corey Kispert, jr., King’s.
First team — Corey Kispert, jr., King’s; Scotty Burge, sr., Zillah; Kienan Walter, sr., King’s Way Christian; Zach Roetcisoender, sr., Lynden Christian; Brock Johnson, sr., Castle Rock.
Honorable mention — Timothy Soares, sr., Mount Baker; Tyler Morris, sr., Sultan; Hunter Esary, sr., Kalama; Trey Delp, jr., Zillah.
Player of the year — Jaron Kirkley, sr., Mossyrock.
First team — Jaron Kirkley, sr., Mossyrock; Kaleb Poquette, sr., Morton-White Pass; Luke Lovelady, jr., Life Christian; Roy Zavala, sr., Mabton; Ryan Ricks, jr., Northwest Christian.
Honorable mention — Wyatt Stanley, jr., Napavine; Chance Williams, sr., Brewster; JR Delgado, jr., Warden; Chase Burnham, jr., Liberty; Brock Ravet, jr., Kittitas.
Player of the year — Dallas Isaak, sr., Almira/Coulee-Hartline.
First team — Dallas Isaak, sr., Almira/Coulee-Hartline; Trazil Lane, jr., Lummi; Ryan Moss, sr., Neah Bay; Nathan Powers, sr., Bickleton; Kenrick Doherty Jr., jr., Neah Bay.
Honorable mention — Jerrod Harn, jr., Entiat; Jeffrey Parker, sr., Evergreen Lutheran; Rwehabura Munyagi Jr., soph., Neah Bay; Zach Cain, jr., Taholah; Matt Holbrook, sr., Garfield-Palouse; Luke Wagenaar, soph., Sunnyside Christian.
State player of the year, all classes — Mikayla Pivec, sr.,
Player of the year — Lexie Hull, soph., Central Valley.
First team — Lexie Hull, soph., Central Valley; Jessie Loera, sr., Moses Lake; Riley Lupfer, sr., Lewis and Clark; Braydey Hodgins; sr., Chiawana; Nia Alexander, sr., Todd Beamer.
Honorable mention — Madison Pollock, sr., Snohomish; Madeline
Smith, sr., Snohomish; Jenna Randich, sr., Olympia; Taya Corosdale,
Player of the year — Mikayla Pivec, sr., Lynnwood.
First team — Mikayla Pivec, sr., Lynnwood; Anna Wilson, sr., Bellevue; Tamia Braggs, sr., Lincoln; Shelby Cansler, sr., Bellevue; Lydia Giomi, sr., West Seattle.
Honorable mention — Kiara “Kiki” Knox, sr., Wilson; Gracie
Castaneda, sr., Arlington; Jordyn Edwards, sr., Lynnwood.
Player of the year — Uju Chibuogwu, sr., Shorecrest
First team — Uju Chibuogwu, sr., Shorecrest; Elisa Kooiman, jr., Lynden; Kendall Bird, jr., White River; Kassidy Malcolm, sr., Ellensburg; Makenna Schultz, sr., River Ridge.
Honorable mention — Alyssa Blankenship, sr., Washougal; Tarryn
Hart, soph., Wapato; Emma Duff, jr., Black Hills; Darian Gore, sr.,
White River; Edie Breckenridge, Burlington-Edison.
Player of the year — Kara Bajema, sr., Lynden Christian
First team — Kara Bajema, sr., Lynden Christian; Shoni Pritchett, sr., Charles Wright; Jordan Spradlin, jr., Montesano; Kaelyn Shipley, jr., Kalama; Alexis Castro, jr., Granger.
Honorable mention — Parker Esary, jr., Kalama; Daylee Hanson, sr., King’s.
Player of the year — Jill Townsend, jr., Okanogan.
First team — Jill Townsend, jr., Okanogan; Melissa Lee, soph., Napavine; Karlee Freeman, soph., Raymond, Sam Woodley, sr., Toutle Lake; Peyton Souvenir, jr., Wahkiakum.
Honorable mention — Jordyn Boesel, jr., Okanogan; Makenzie Kaech, soph., Ilwaco; Irene Pineda, sr., Mabton; Desenay Guerrero, sr., Mabton; Hailey Higashi, jr., St. George’s; Rachel Bozlee, sr., Northwest Christian.
Player of the year — Zoe Moser, sr., Colton.
First team — Zoe Moser, sr., Colton; Katelyn Banks, sr., Sunnyside Christian; Cierra Jo McKeown, sr., Touchet; Emily Holder, sr., Evergreen Lutheran; Megan Weller, sr., Quilcene.
Honorable mention — Demi Jo Vaughn, sr., Republic; Karleena Walther, sr., Taholah; Shania Graham, jr., Republic; Adiya Jones, sr., Tulalip Heritage.
South Kitsap’s Eric Wattree and North Kitsap’s Cole Rabedeaux were named to their respective All-State boys basketball teams on Monday.
The teams were announced by the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association.
The All-State games will be Saturday at Mountlake Terrace High School. Wattree, an Eastern Washington recruit, was named to the Class 4A team, which plays against 3A at 6 p.m.
Rabedeaux was named to the 2A team and will play the 1A team at 4 p.m. The 1B vs. 2B game is at 2 p.m.
Doors open at 1 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, ASB and children under 12.
North Kitsap senior guard Cole Rabedeaux was named the Class 2A All-Olympic League MVP on Tuesday.
Rabedeaux, a 6-foot-1 senior, averaged 22.4 points per game and helped the Vikings earn a spot at regionals. North Kitsap coach Scott Orness was named the coach of the year. The Sequim Wolves won the sportsmanship award.
In 1A, Port Townsend’s Detrius Kelsall, a 6-0 sophomore guard/forward, was tabbed as the MVP while the sportsmanship award went to Klahowya. Chimacum coach Jim Eldridge was named the coach of the year.
All-Olympic League 2A
MVP—Cole Rabedeaux, North Kitsap
Coach of the year—Scott Orness, North Kitsap
Sportsmanship award—Sequim Wolves
First team—Jumier Johnson, sr., F, Olympic; Lambros Rogers, sr., F, Port Angeles; Atyus Powell, sr., G, Bremerton; Liam Young, jr. G, Kingston; Jaiden Mosley, so., G, Olympic.
Second team—Joshua Benson, sr., G, North Kitsap; Tyler Yost, jr., F, Olympic; Japrea Pedesclaux, jr., G, Bremerton; Zac Olmstead, so., G, North Kitsap; Gabe Gregory, jr., G, Kingston.
All-Olympic League 1A
MVP—Detrius Kelsall, Port Townsend
Coach of the year—Jim Eldridge, Chimacum
Sportsmanship award—Klahowya Eagles
First team—James Porter, sr., F, Chimacum; Payton Ryen, sr., G, Klahowya; Kaiden Parcher, so., F, Port Townsend; Jacob Ralls, sr., G, Port Townsend; Christopher Bainbridge, sr., G, Chimacum; Wiley Hesselgrave, sr., G, Coupeville; Matthew Koenig, sr., G, Chimacum.
Olympic guard Danielle Monzon and Port Angeles center/forward Nizhoni Wheeler were named co-MVPs for the 2A All-Olympic League girls basketball teams.
Monzon, a 5-foot-2 junior, helped lead the Trojans to the West Central District tournament and Wheeler, a 6-1 junior, guided the Roughriders to a regional berth.
North Kitsap coach Penny Ginger was named the 2A coach of the year and North Mason won the sportsmanship award.
In 1A, Makana Stone of Coupeville was tabbed as the MVP while Scott Wilson of Port Townsend was named the coach of the year. Coupeville also won the sportsmanship award.
All-Olympic League 2A
MVP—Danielle Monzon, Olympic; Nizhoni Wheeler, Port Angeles
Coach of the year—Penny Gienger, North Kitsap
First team—Katie Campana, jr., G, Olympic; Lily Eckert, sr., C/PF, Kingston; Aileen Kaye, sr., G, Kingston; Molly Lemmon, sr., F, North Kitsap; Olivia Selembo, so., G, North Kitsap.
Second team—Raelee Moore, fr., G, North Kitsap; Adrienne Haggerty, jr., P, Sequim; Maddie Boe, jr., G, Port Angeles; Elysabeth Lamoureux, jr., SF, Bremerton; Michaela Derda, jr., W, Bremerton.
All-Olympic League 1A
MVP—Makana Stone, sr., Coupeville
Coach of the year—Scott Wilson, Port Townsend
First team—Kaitlyn Meek, so., G, Port Townsend; Mechelle Nisbit, jr., G, Chimacum; Maya Ladner, jr., G, Klahowya; Mia Littlejohn, so., SG/PG, Coupeville; Kailey Kellner, jr., SG/SF, Coupeville.
North Kitsap guard Cole Rabedeaux was named to the Washington
Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association All-State game.
Rabedeaux was the only Kitsap player named. Olympic’s Jumier Johnson was named as an alternate.
The games (4A vs. 3A; 2A vs. 1A; 2B vs. 1B) are March 19 at Mountlake Terrace High School.