<em>Klahowya’s Gabrielle Mercoux and Rylee Radford chase down a loose ball during an early season game against Port Angeles. Radford was one of four Eagles players to be named to the All-League team. </em>Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Klahowya’s Gabrielle Mercoux and Rylee Radford chase down a loose ball during an early season game against Port Angeles. Radford was one of four Eagles players to be named to the All-League team. Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

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Another season has wrapped up on the pitch in Kitsap County. Klahowya and Olympic both captured league championships, with North Kitsap and Central Kitsap also earning appearances in the playoffs. Both North Kitsap and Klahowya made it the furthest, each being eliminated in the quarterfinals of their respective state tournaments.

Central Kitsap’s Lauren Hudson, Olympic’s Sydney Troy and Klahowya’s Hailey Sargent headline the list of All-League selections from Kitsap County schools, as each earned the Most Valuable Player award from their leagues.

Here’s the list of players from the Kitsap News Group coverage area named to All-League teams.

3A South Sound Conference All-League Team

Co-League Most Valuable Player: Lauren Hudson, Central Kitsap, senior (shared with Carolyn Merrick of Gig Harbor).

Coach of the Year: Vicky Webb, Central Kitsap.

First Team

Defense: Lindsay Chaffee, Central Kitsap, senior; Megan Hedrick, Central Kitsap, junior.

Forward: Grace Anderson, Central Kitsap, senior.

Second Team

Defense: Madisyn Smith, Central Kitsap, sophomore.

Midfielder: Katie Rankin, Central Kitsap, senior.

Honorable Mention

Goalkeeper: Alyssa Russell, Central Kitsap, senior.

Midfielder: Autumn Mullins, Central Kitsap, junior.


Most Valuable Player: Sydney Troy, Olympic, junior.

First Team

Saoirse Brown, Olympic, junior.

Brooklyn Haro, Olympic, senior.

Gabby Luty, Olympic, junior.

Maia Larsen, North Kitsap, senior.

Mia St. Peter, North Kitsap, junior.

Abigail Dubeau, Bremerton, junior.

Jennifer Bullard, Kingston, junior.

Second Team

Tishara Day, Olympic, senior.

Sydney Zeitler, Olympic, senior.

Karli Taylor, Olympic, junior.

Charlotte Bond, North Kitsap, sophomore.

Jamison Jacobson, North Kitsap, junior.

Lucy Holloway, Bremerton, junior.

Aimee Dormaier, Kingston, junior.


Most Valuable Player: Hailey Sargent, Klahowya, senior.

First team

Kate Streck, Klahowya, junior.

Alyssa Peters, Klahowya, sophomore.

Kylie Woodrum, Klahowya, junior.

Rylee Radford, Klahowya, junior.

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