Leagues that Kitsap County high schools are in recently announced their all-star teams for the fall season.
North Kitsap’s Logan Sloman took home the Class 2A Olympic League Most Valuable Player award after a stellar senior season. Sloman ended the year with over 1,000 scrimmage yards and 15 touchdowns.
NK earned the most awards of any team with 16. Cole Edwards won first-team quarterback after posting over 1,500 passing yards and 20 touchdowns.
Carter Dungy won first-team running back with over 1,000 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns on a team that averaged 28 points per game.
Lelond Anderson was first-team wide receiver after finishing second on the team in receptions and touchdowns, and third in receiving yards. Nate Thornton, Jesus Mares and EJ Vailolo also earned first-team offensive linemen awards. Vailolo and Mares also won first-team defensive linemen awards.
Lincoln Gould, Ethan Guerra and Ben Gomez earned first-team linebacker, and Evan Anderson and Cohen Meis earned second-team defensive back. Andrew Knott won first-team kicker and second-team punter while Brandon Weiler earned second-team long snapper.
Bainbridge’s quarterback Jack Grant won the Offensive MVP award after posting nearly 1,800 passing yards and 19 touchdowns. He also scored eight TDs on the ground.
Emmit Taylor was the only other Spartan to represent their offense, finishing as first-team offensive lineman. Defensively, Logan Sweeny finished as a first-team linebacker and Andrew James at defensive back, Chris Bartell finished as a second-team defensive lineman and Garrett Goade as a linebacker.
Kingston’s Camden Singer finished second-team running back and linebacker. Kyler Hedstrom and Alex Moff finished as second-team defensive backs.
Bremerton’s Jalen Littleraven-Oliver and Oliver Christian finished as the first-team running backs. The two combined for 2,000 rushing yards and 30 touchdowns. Trent Bulmer finished as a second-team wide receiver, and Adrian Tittle an offensive lineman.
Christian returned as a first-team linebacker, James Penitusi defensive lineman and Bulmer defensive back. The second team included defensive lineman Lars Michaelson. Lastly, Dyon Sellers earned second-team kick/punt returner.
Olympic’s Luke Silva finished as a first-team wide receiver with 350 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns. Offensive lineman DeQuan Freeland earned a first-team award while offensive lineman Sawyer Williams earned second-team.
On defense, defensive lineman Kevin Hudson, linebacker Silas McAvoy and defensive back Jeremiah Swain earned first-team awards. Defensive lineman Riley McCoy and defensive back Gavin Wells earned second-team.
Bainbridge’s Emile LeDorze, Bremerton’s Madden Benson, Kingston’s Singer, NK’s Emilio Larios and Olympic’s Ryan Macazo won the sportsmanship awards.
In Class 3A, Central Kitsap earned a handful of awards, including the team sportsmanship award in the South Sound Conference. Cougar Tristan Hall was the only offensive player to win an award, finishing as a second-team wide receiver.
Linebacker Timothy Soisou earned a second-team selection while defensive backs Jaden Williams, Halsey Schuette, Larry Williams III, linebackers Uriah Stringfield and Caden Warren, offensive lineman Angelo Antonacci and wide receiver Noah Ring were all honorable mentions.
In the Class 4A South Puget Sound League, South Kitsap’s Jayce Alleyne was a second-team defensive lineman while Boden Harvey was one of the kick returners.
In addition, offensive linemen John Gosser and Joseph Pangelinan, defensive linemen Sypress Aupa’au and Josiah Asuega, running back Brycen Clay, defensive backs Harvey, Octavion Clark and Jorden Lee, and punter Kieren Snider were honorable mentions.
Bainbridge’s Holley McFadden and North Kitsap’s Ireland Burdick were co-MVPs for the 2A Olympic League. Spartan libero Emma Pendleton earned her second Defensive Player of the Year award. In addition, Spartan opposite hitter Rollins Anderson finished on the second team.
North Kitsap’s outside hitter Iliana Brockett, right-side hitter Teegan DeVries and middle blocker Adeline La Tour finished first-team while setter Fendi Dowlearn finished on the second team.
Kingston’s middle blocker Lucy Patricio earned first-team and libero Carlie Svarthumie earned second-team.
Olympic’s setter Josslynn McGarrah and outside hitter Ellie Swan earned second-team awards.
Bainbridge’s Cecelia Combs, Bremerton’s Lala Hale Fa’asou, Kingston’s Corynn Heuer, NK’s Chrisi Alfonzo and Olympic’s Aviyah Blackwell earned the sportsmanship awards.
In 1A Klahowya’s outside hitter Lexie Scott was the Eagles only first-team award winner in the Nisqually League. Setter Elise Hantelman, libero Abbie Diehl and middle Danika Francis were honorable mentions
In 4A, South Kitsap had three players earn volleyball all-league awards. Middle blocker Kamdyn Haggerty earned second-team, middle blocker Angelique Bernard and libero Analiah Lauifi earned honorable mention.
North Kitsap’s Evelyn Beers won the Olympic League MVP award. Beers led the Vikings offense to an average of 4.4 goals per game and an undefeated league season.
NK forward Olivia Cary, midfielder Syleena Hogan and defender Andrea Zetty earned first-team selections. Second-team selections included midfielder Luna Garcia, defender Alyssa Peaslee and midfielder Ellie Stanford.
Bainbridge had six players earn an award. First-team selections included midfielder Riley Becker, and defenders Arden De Lanoy and Grace Rich. Second-team awards were given to midfielders Laine Romney, Sophia Weindl and Gabriella Weis.
Kingston goalie Leighton Menge made the first team while forward Katie Collins and defender Katie Zehrung earned second-team.
Bremerton midfielder Sophia Lopman won a first-team award while defender Elizabeth Garcia and midfielder Melanie Uhrich earned second-team.
Olympic midfielder Kaylee Cushman earned first-team and midfielder Emiko Carrier-Berndt earned second-team awards.
Bainbridge’s Emma Kilby, Bremerton’s Alexia Ojeda-Gaffney, Kingston’s Emma Matteson, NK’s Sophia Loverich and Olympic’s Chelsea Bevan won the sportsmanship awards.
Central Kitsap goalie Rachael Remnet was the SSC MVP. Remnet held teams scoreless in over 10 games this season and allowed an average of less than one goal per game. Midfielder Kylah Coulter made first-team while defender Presie Agana and forward Maleia Dayao earned second-team. Midfielder Cam Tipper was an honorable mention.
In the Nisqually League, Ali Divano of Klahowya won Defensive Player of the Year. Amira Lyons, Kelsey Clark and Addy Dickey earned first-team, Bailey Watland and Raven Stoner earned second-team and the Eagles earned the team sportsmanship award.
South Kitsap had three awards in the SPSL. Melanie Rojas-Perez earned second-team while Marisa Brown and Grace Widergren earned honorable mentions.