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North Kitsap ranked No. 2 in AP preseason poll

Class 4A
1. Camas (4) 0-0 98
2. Lake Stevens (1) 0-0 78
3. Gig Harbor (1) 0-0 72
4. Gonzaga Prep 0-0 67
4. Chiawana (2) 0-0 67
6. Union 0-0 66
7. Bothell (3) 0-0 64
8. Graham-Kapowsin 0-0 43
9. Skyline 0-0 16
10. Federal Way 0-0 9
Others receiving 6 or more points: None.

Class 3A
1. Eastside Catholic (8) 0-0 107
2. Bellevue (3) 0-0 100
3. O’Dea 0-0 79
4. Auburn Mountain View 0-0 57
(tie)Marysville-Pilchuck 0-0 57
6. Peninsula 0-0 48
7. Kamiakin 0-0 45
8. Lincoln 0-0 40
9. Mt. Spokane 0-0 17
10. Lakes 0-0 16
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11, Meadowdale 9. 12, Wilson, Woodrow 7.

Class 2A
1. Sedro-Woolley (7) 0-0 110
2. Tumwater (3) 0-0 104
3. Lynden (2) 0-0 96
4. Hockinson 0-0 67
5. Prosser 0-0 65
6. Ellensburg 0-0 56
7. North Kitsap 0-0 44
8. Squalicum 0-0 35
9. Clarkston 0-0 30
10. W. F. West 0-0 23
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11, Woodland 9. 11, Burlington-Edison 9.

Class 1A
1. Cascade Christian (4) 0-0 90
2. Royal (2) 0-0 80
3. Colville 0-0 79
4. Zillah (4) 0-0 76
5. Freeman (1) 0-0 74
6. Eatonville 0-0 44
7. King’s 0-0 39
8. Mount Baker 0-0 37
9. Charles Wright Academy 0-0 22
10. LaCenter 0-0 17
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11, Connell 12. 12, Montesano 9. 13, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 7. 13, Cascade (Leavenworth) 7.

Class 2B
1. Napavine (4) 0-0 92
2. Okanogan (4) 0-0 82
3. Lind-Ritzville Sprague (2) 0-0 75
4. North Beach 0-0 53
5. Toledo 0-0 42
6. Colfax 0-0 35
7. Pe Ell Willapa Valley 0-0 30
8. Raymond 0-0 28
9. Reardan 0-0 26
(tie) Brewstr 0-0 26
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11, Adna 25. 12, Life Christian Academy 12. 13, Waitsburg-Prescott 7.

Class 1B
1. Liberty Christian (4) 0-0 84
2. Neah Bay (5) 0-0 77
3. Lummi 0-0 59
4. Republic 0-0 47
5. Touchet 0-0 45

Others receiving 6 or more points: 11, Cusick 20. 12, Naselle 9. 13, Garfield-Palouse 7.

South Kitsap’s Wattree receives offer from Eastern

South Kitsap basketball player Eric Wattree, a rising senior, received a scholarship offer to play at Eastern Washington University in 2016.

Wattree, who was named to the All-Narrows League first team as a junior, made the announcement on Twitter.

Wattree averaged 20 points per game, 4.9 rebounds per game, 3 rebounds per game and 2.9 steals per game in 2014-15.

 

 

All-State boys soccer teams revealed

Central Kitsap’s Jaeger Skifstad, Kingston’s Alex Worland and Klahowya’s Jake Sargent and Paul Powell were named to the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association All-State first team this week.

Skifstad, the Kitsap Sun boys soccer player of the year, made the Class 3A first team at forward. Other Central Kitsap players making the cut were midfielder Logan Beachy (second team), goalkeeper Lewis Watson (second team) and Alex Klussmann (honorable mention).

Joining Worland, a goalkeeper, as Class 2A honorees were Kingston midfielder Alex Hernandez (second team) and defender Leo Hernandez (honorable mention).

Joining Sargent, a midfielder, and Powell, a defender, as Class 1A honorees was Klahowya goalkeeper Kasey Trask (second team).

WSSCA All-State 2015 Spring Soccer Teams

*Coaches-poll, as voted on by Washington State Soccer Coaches Association members.

Class 4A

MVP – Blake Crutchfield, Midfield – Snohomish Coach of the Year – Dan Pingrey – Snohomish

First Team

Forwards – Bennett Lehner, Jr. Camas; Burke Fahling, Jr. Inglemoor; Logan Wood, Sr. Tahoma; JD Hauenstein, Jr. Central Valley; Giovanny Soto, Sr. Wenatchee.

Midfielders – Blake Crutchfield, Sr. Snohomish; Trevor Lee, Jr. Puyallup; Emilio Meraz- Rodriguez, Sr. Pasco; Cameron Eyman, Sr. Camas.

Defenders – Nick Morgan, Sr. Skyline; Connor Thompson, Sr. Bellarmine Prep; Gabe Grabowski, Sr. Central Valley; Gus Baxter, Sr. Snohomish.

Goal Keeper – Grant Alcorn, Sr. Union.

Second Team

Forwards – Jesus Meraz-Rodriguez, Soph. Pasco; Ike Northstrom, Sr. Gig Harbor; Tino Lopez- Slish, Sr. Mt. Rainier; Hector Magana, Jr. Pasco.

Midfielders – Edwin Brown, Sr. Gig Harbor; Neil Boyal, Jr. Olympia; Chris Trussel, Sr. Wenatchee; Cris Garfias, Soph. Tahoma.

Defenders – Connor Herriford, Sr. Puyallup; Nick Hall, Jr. Thomas Jefferson; Chris Sutton, Sr. Olympia; Oswal Lopez, Jr. Pasco.

Goal Keeper – Scott Leathley, Sr. Tahoma.

Honorable Mention

Forwards – Terry Cox, Sr. Ferris; Kristian Barney, Sr. Snohomish.
Midfielders – Alex McNeil Sr. Lewis and Clark; Pablo Gallo Arias, Sr. Redmond; Nathan Grinalds

Jr. Central Valley; Joel Jacobson, Sr. Gig Harbor; Rio Alcorta, Sr. Inglemoor. Defenders – Lucas Ulmer, Sr. Camas; Rehn Reiley, Sr. Moses Lake; Ridley Eastland-Fruit, Sr.

Inglemoor.
Goal Keeper – Jake Johnston, Sr. Puyallup.

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Locals named to All-State baseball teams on Thursday

Nearly a dozen local high school baseball players were named to the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association’s All-State teams on Thursday.

Pitcher/third baseman Mac McCarty received first team Class 4A honors and infielder Cooper Canton made the second team to represent South Kitsap, the 4A state champion.

For 3A, Central Kitsap first baseman and pitcher Collin Palau received first team honors while Bainbridge Island standouts Trent Schulte (P/INF) and Max Thomas (C/1B) were named to the second team.

North Kitsap duo Andrew Hecker (P) and TJ Jensen (OF) and North Mason’s Daniel Burggraaf (P/INF) were named to 2A first team. Connor Green (C) of North Kitsap and Tanner Rhodefer (P) of Sequim received second team honors as did Bremerton’s Anthony Amicangelo (INF). Klahowya pitcher Jacob Gotchall was named to the 1A/B first team.

All-Olympic League 2A and 1A teams appear

All-Olympic League 2A
MVP—Alex Worland, GK, sr., Kingston.
Coach of year—Chris Saari, Port Angeles
First team—NK, Brady Pierce, sr., F; Ethan Schmitt, jr., D; Deondre Sluys, so., MF. King, Leo Hernandez, jr., MF; Alex Hernandez, jr., center. PA, Tim Schneider, sr., MF; Angel Rivero, sr., MF; Seq, Eli Berg, sr., MF. Brem, Spencer Stuart, jr., MF. Oly, Makaleb McInnis, sr., D. NM, Nick Sebastian, sr., CD.
Second team—NK, Will Thompson, jr., D; Sami Klopp, jr., MF; Zack Klopp, sr., MF. King, Jovi Hernandez, jr., CF; Brady Vernick, so., MF. PA, Miki Andrus, sr., F; Vincent Ioffrida, sr., D. Seq, Cameron Chase, jr., MF/F. Brem, Tom Zimpel, sr., F. Oly, Sedric Brandon, sr., F. NM, Austen Bullion, jr., F.
All-Olympic League 1A
MVP—Paul Powell, D, sr., Klahowya
Coach of year—Jeff Quinn, Klahowya
First team—Klahowya, Kasey Trask, sr., GK; Keegan Grellner, jr., MF; Austin Sargent, sr., MF; Jake Sargent, so., F. PT, Sean Dwyer, sr., GK; Beshir Little, jr., MF. Coup, Abraham Leyva Elenes, jr. MF; William Nelson, fr., MF; Tanner Kircher, jr., D. Chim, Carter McCleary, so., MF; Marcus Kiedrowski, jr., GK.