Hazen athletes named to NPSL all-league teams

Several Highlanders excel in new sports league.

Hazen athletes named to NPSL all-league teams

As the fall sports season winds down, the leagues are beginning to pick their Athletes of the Year and All-League teams and once again, Renton-area athletes are well-represented among the honorees.

So far, the North Puget Sound League, Cascade Division, in which the Hazen plays, has announced its football, cross country, golf and soccer honors and there are Highlanders on nearly every first team.

In soccer, senior midfielder Amy Warmenhoven, sophomore midfielder Madison Kem and sophomore forward Nia Johnson were all named to the all league first team.

In cross country, sophomores Shanon Gifford and Kaera Daley were both named to the first team.

In football, Quarterback Joe Tryon was named a defensive lineman of the year and was nominated to play in the all-state football game. Tryon also received first-team all league honors as a defensive lineman and, on the offensive side of the ball, as a tight end.

In addition, senior coverage man Bryce Jenkins was names to the special teams first team.

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