1A Trico League (La Center)
Defensive Player of the Year – Wyatt Dodson.
First team – Offense: Dodson (RB), Cyrus Zumstein (OL), Max Muffett (OL) and Sean Fox (K).
Second team – Offense: Tom Lambert (QB), Andrew Scott (WR), Sam Wilmont (OL) and Sam Kitchel (OL), La Center. Defense: Collin Namanny (DL), Jeremy Humphrey (LB), Lambert (DB) and Jayden Schmitz (DB).
Honorable mention – Conner Myers and Zachary Tyler.
MVP – Laynie Erickson.
Coach of the Year – Cymany O’Brien.
First team – Tiffany Chandler, Amanda Holm, and Sydney Mairose.
Second team – Abby Banholzer.
Honorable mention – Katie Leslie.
Girls MVP – Roselynn Martin.
Girls Coach of the Year – Andrew Helm.
Girls first team – Natasha Lewis and Lauren Fox.
Boys first team – Garett Shapovalov and Jackson Leavitt.
Girls second team – Emily Graham and Sierra Harris.
Boys second team – Trevor Gunderson and Spencer Holm.
Swimmer of the Year – Hailey Grotte.
First team – 200-meter individual medley: Bryanna Ungs. 50 freestyle: Grotte. 100 freestyle: Grotte. 100 breastroke: Ungs.
First team – Quinn Wiserman (forward).
Second team – Kaiya Villines (midfielder) and Katie Nelson (midfielder).
Honorable mention – Emma Jarvi and Terra Sloniker.
Second team – Aaron Sundahl.
2A Greater St. Helens League (Woodland, Ridgefield, Hockinson)
Offensive Player of the Year – Tyler Flanagan, Woodland.
Defensive Player of the Year – Brock Harrison, Ridgefield.
First team – Offense: Levi Crum (QB), Hockinson; Joe Brennan (RB), Hockinson; Hunter Abrams (RB), Ridgefield; Peyton Brammer (WR), Hockinson; Sawyer Racanelli (WR), Hockinson; Nick Frichtl (TE), Hockinson; Takumi Veley (OL), Hockinson; Ki Hayden (OL), Hockinson; Kalvin Staker (OL), Ridgefield; Bryce Graham (OL), Woodland; and Nick Charles (K), Hockinson. Defense: Jacob Oldham (DL), Hockinson; Nathan Balderal (DL), Hockinson; Makani Schultz (DL), Ridgefield; Jack Wear (DL) Woodland; Elijah Schultz (LB), Woodland; Jon Domingos (LB), Hockinson; Aiden Mallory (DB), Hockinson; and Wyatt Jones (DB), Hockinson.
Second team – Offense: Wyatt Wooden (WR), Woodland; Christian Yager (WR), Woodland; Kenyon Guy (WR), Woodland; Garret Kondel (OL), Hockinson; Jason Bowman (OL), Woodland; and Austin Clifford (OL), Woodland. Defense: Garrett Gundy (LB), Hockinson; Clay Madsen (LB), Ridgefield; Jimmy Wallace (DB), Ridgefield; Isaiah Flanagan (DB), Woodland; and Tommy Lewellan (DB), Woodland.
Honorable mention – Hockinson: Spencer Lindberg, Jeremiah Faulstick, Cam Thelen, and Troy Vinius. Ridgefield: Simon Berkey, Nolan Citron, Tanner Roberts, and Matthew Torres. Woodland: Anthony Clifford, Reid Hope, and John Arocan.
Player of the Year – Delaney Nicoll, Ridgefield.
Coach of the Year – Danielle Hutton, Woodland.
First team – Kameryn Reynolds (MB), Ridgefield; Emilea Stepaniuk (DS), Ridgefield; Taylor Foster (MB) Woodland; and Elyse Booker (DS) Woodland.
Second team – Kohana Fukuchi (S) Ridgefield; Emily Borgstedt (MB), Ridgefield; Emma Swett (M/S) Woodland; and Mackenzie Hattan (OH) Hockinson.
Offensive Player of the Year – Annika Farley, Ridgefield.
Defensive Player of the Year – Brooke Grosz, Hockinson.
First team – Brooke Weese (Ridgefield), Ellie Seekins (Hockinson), Grace Abbott (Hockinson), Jamie Jeschke (Hockinson) and Ashlyn Daugherty (Woodland).
Second team – Elizabeth Farley (Ridgefield), Katie Waggoner (Hockinson), Kendall McGraw (Hockinson), Alyssa Pfaender (Hockinson) and Emersyn Finn (Woodland).
Outstanding Male Runner of the Year – Kyle Radosevich, Ridgefield.
Girls Coach of the Year – Rebecca Ferguson, Hockinson.
Girls first team – Allyson Peterson (Hockinson), Jane Kuebrich (Ridgefield), Ashley Hunter (Ridgefield), Taylor Kopp (Hockinson) and Marissa Bulder (Hockinson).
Boys first team – Ian Abrams (Ridgefield) and Logan Newman (Ridgefield).
Girls second team – Ashley Vega (Ridgefield), Adyson Dyer (Hockinson), Abby Orman (Hockinson) and Ellie Ritter (Hockinson).
Boys second team – Kai Conradie (Hockinson) and Trevan Bischoff (Hockinson).
Girls honorable mention – Julia Zora (Hockinson) and Lauren Kaiser (Woodland).
Boys honorable mention – Parker Owen (Woodland) and Joshua Saeman (Hockinson).
Player of the Year – Cade Bringhurst, Ridgefield.
Coach of the Year – Bob Ball, Ridgefield.
First team – Kellen Bringhurst (Ridgefield), Nick Radosevich (Ridgefield) and Kale Suomi (Ridgefield).
Second team – Jarrett Christiansen (Hockinson), John Dorotik (Hockinson), Eli Saenz (Ridgefield) and Cade Whitsitt (Ridgefield).
Honorable mention – Donovan Hix (Woodland) and Gage Pilot (Woodland).
Co-Coach of the Year – Andrea Kropp, Ridgefield.
First team – Singles: Derek Kropp (Ridgefield).
Second team – Doubles: Jonah Kropp and Levi Hipple (Ridgefield).
3A Greater St. Helens League (Prairie)
First team – Offense: AJ Dixson (QB), Nolan Mickenham (WR). Defense: Mickenham (DB) and Taylor Lawhead (P).
Second team – Offense: Bret McGuire (RB) and Connor Rodgers (OL). Defense: Devante Clayton (DL), Easton Lane (DL), Jake Clark (LB), Zack Wright (LB) and Bryce Cordon (DB).
MVP – Katie Vroman
First team – Lainne Wilkins (S), Molly Packer (L) and Sophia Carter (MB).
Second team – Jamie Packer (UT).
Honorable mention – Maddie Cederholm, Shelby Kocin and Amelia Renner.
Co-Player of the Year – Savannah Harshbarger.
Coach of the Year – Michael Thyron.
First team – Malaika Quigley (forward), Alyssa Talkington (forward), Maya Davis (midfielder) and Haley Reed (defender).
Second team – Midfielder: Macey Hall. Defenders: Sydney Weber and Anna Neal.
Boys Coach of the Year – Curtis Crebar.
Boys first team – Luke Lund, Landon Gunter and Isaac Moulton.
Girls first team – Meri Dunford, Alysia Fraly and Sally Anderson.
Boys second team – Ty Kneeshaw, Luke Williams, Nathaniel Johnson and Caden Hoyt.
Girls second team – Mary Lynn McLeod and Hannah Close.
Singles Player of the Year – Elijah Nelson.
First team – Singles: Nelson. Doubles: Cole Harmon and Ethan Hefflin.
First team – Cam Beeson and Isaac Kinsman.
Second team – Josh Kuzmovich, Hugh Foster and Brenden Garvin.
Second team – Ella Limberg (50 freestyle and 100 breaststroke).
4A Greater St. Helens League (Battle Ground)
First team – Defense: Steven Hancock (DL) and Garrett Moon (DB).
Second team – Offense: Daniel Thompson (RB), Boden Strouse (WR) and Drew Skolrud (OL). Defense: Seth Workman (DB).
First team – Ally Turkington (defender).
Second team – Forward: Shalene Talkington. Midfielders: Emma Beachall and Emily Kohout.
Boys Coach of the Year – Kevin Donovan.
Boys second team – Kyle Ganoung, Nate Cooper and Eli Kissinger.
Co-Coach of the Year – Eric Liljedahl.
First team – Anthony Tobias and Garrett Ballard.
Second team – Nick Lockwood.
First team – Jacqueline Ramsey (100 freestyle and 100 backstroke).
Second team – Singles: Tristan Hamman.