Spring All-Olympic League teams named

As high school sports come to a close, it is time to look at who made the All-Olympic League teams in spring sports.


North Kitsap’s Reese Anderson was the Olympic League MVP for the 2022-23 season. The pitcher and power hitter led the Vikings to their first state title in program history. Anderson’s partner behind the plate, Mackenzie Phillips, was named one of the two first-team catchers. The other was Olympic’s Beya Richmond. Her partner, Brenda Morrison, was one of the two first-team pitchers. North Kitsap’s Cerenity Fake, Olympic’s Hailey Feltis and Bremerton’s Attianna Cabato were named first-team in the infield.

Kingston’s Jayla Moon was the lone Buc to make the first-team, and she made it as an outfielder. The other outfielders included North Kitsap’s Anna Wetzseon. Lastly, Bainbridge’s lone representative was Sophia Peato, finishing first-team utility player.

Kingston’s Kierra Chaussee made the second-team pitcher list while Neveah Sullivan made the second-team infield. Other Kitsap softball players on second-team infield include NK’s Kasey Wallace and Allison Dvorak; along with Olympic’s Mailli Bode and Sophia Brown. NK’s Kendall Becker, Kingston’s Tegan Stanford and Olympic’s Hannah Lin earned second-team outfield. Lastly, Kingston’s Brooke Steele earned second-team utility.

The softball sportsmanship awards were handed to Viking Julia Schuchart, Kingston’s Josephine Castillo, Bremerton’s Natali Schindler, Olympic’s Hannah Whitson and Spartan Brearley Jayne Curfman.


NK took home another MVP trophy in baseball as Oregon State commit Nate Sorenson dominated on the mound. He led the Vikings to state and threw a perfect game during the postseason. Olympic’s David Matthew was the first-team catcher. First-team infielders included Vikings Cole Edwards and Jaxon Gore; Spartans Will Rohrbacher and McCrea Curfman and Olympic’s Blake Hennessy.

NK’s Alex Elton took home the honor of first-team utility while Bainbridge’s Kyler Miller won the award for designated hitter. The outfielders included Spartans Jack Grant and Duncan Bos; along with Vikings Tate Stearns and Ethan Gillespie. Olympic’s Lathan Haywood, Bainbridge’s Cole Pentin, Viking Dawsyn Anderson, Bremerton’s Bryce Ellis and Kingston’s Seamus Gallagher-Kennedy were first-team pitchers.

Second-team pitchers included Bainbridge’s Brayden French, Luke Lavigne and Viking Cole Edwards. The outfielders included Olympic duo Dante Acacio and Justin Kelley. NK’s Spencer Gillespie captured second-team designated hitter. Lastly, the second-team infielders included Kingston’s Chayton Walker and Peau Tameilau, along with Bremerton’s Brian Infante.

The sportsmanship awards were handed to Bainbridge’s Coco Black, Bremerton’s Adrian Tittle, Kingston’s Kade Burgoyne, NK’s Tate Stearns and Olympic’s Landon Nicholson.


The All-Olympic League awards for tennis were handed to the top six placers in the league tournament for singles and doubles. Singles players are: NK’s Teegan Devries and Elaina Soboleski and Olympic’s Bailey Walton. The doubles teams include Bremerton’s Elena Andreu and Claire Warthen, NK’s three teams of Elaina Robertson and Iliana Brockett, Beckham Ochs and Olivia Cary, and Tiffany Le and Julia Beatty.


The last MVP was Bainbridge’s Damoni McKenna-Greenawalt in soccer. The defensive captain led the Spartans to a near-state appearance but fell short in districts. Spartans Zach Schramling and James Bruyere made the first-team at center-back and center midfielder. NK forward Harper Sabari, midfielder Mason Chiemelewski and forward Logan Anderson made the first-team too. Bremerton forward Brennan Galloway and defender Evan Falk cracked the first-team list. Kingston’s Danny Moran and Olympic’s Mariano Pena rounded out the first team as a midfielder and goalie.

The Spartans second-team selections included midfielder August Peterson, center-back Auden Moyer and midfielder Christopher Fowler. NK forward Aaron Lopez, midfielder Blake Hoepfinger and defender Diego De Luna made the second team too. Bremerton’s forward Jerry Santos-Reyes and midfielder Silas Erwin made second-team. Kingston midfielder Tony Haroz and forward Alvaro Anglas represented the Bucs on the second squad. The last second-team selection included Olympic’s midfielder Gavin Christiensen and defender Andres Manriquez.

The sportsmanship awards were handed to NK’s Will Moseley, Bainbridge’s Carlos Field-Bennett, Kingston’s Noah Walter, Olympic’s Jeremiah Swain and Bremerton’s Alex Saquimux.