All-Seamount League spring teams

Teams selected by coaches and players around the league

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Teams selected by coaches and players around the league

Baseball

MVP: Nathan Bunch, Hazen

Coach of year: Chris Chiechi, Hazen

First team: P Nathan Bunch, Sr., Hazen; C Josh Kutz, Jr., Kennedy; 1B/P Kyle Johnson, Jr., Mount Rainier; 2B Lee Carson, So., Highline; SS Patrick Claussen, Sr., Lindbergh; 3B Hayden Rovegno, Sr., Highline; OF Tyler Werle, Sr., Highline; OF Derick Lewis, So., Kennedy; OF Desmond Santos, So., Mount Rainier; P Greg Gasperetti, Jr., Lindbergh; P Ryan Brett, So., Highline; Util James Coleman, Sr., Renton; DH Chris Graham, Sr., Highline.

Second team: C Kyle Nation, Jr., Hazen; 1B/P Ryan Mayner, Sr., Highline; 2B Tommy Kawamura, So, Lindbergh; 2B Andrew Larsen-Pulver, Jr., Mount Rainier; SS Ryan Brett, So., Highline; 3B Brenden Campbell, So., Hazen; OF Jacob Elmore, Jr., Tyee; OF Blake Gray, Lindbergh; OF Nathan Bunch, Sr., Hazen; P Derick Lewis, So., Kennedy; P Justin Gunn, Sr., Renton; P Tyler Freudenthal, Sr., Mount Rainier; Util Steve Konkel, Jr., Kennedy; DH Colby Goodner, Fr., Tyee.

Soccer

MVP: Marshall Kosaka, Highline

Coach of year: Brian Mullen, Kennedy

Sportsmanship: Tyee

First team: MF Marshall Kosaka, Sr., Highline; MF Evan Richter, Sr., Highline; D/MF Andres Suazo-Ramirez, Sr., Highline; D Chris Werre, Sr., Lindbergh; D Brandon Schaefer, Sr., Renton; D A.J. Nitzel, Sr., Mount Rainier; D Kevin Bodle, So., Mount Rainier; F Darwin Jones, So., Mount Rainier; F Tucker Rockwell, Jr., Mount Rainier; F Kyle Danielson, So., Mount Rainier; MF Tony Armitage, Sr., Kennedy; MF Jacob Ambrozic, Jr., Kennedy; GK Sean Miller, Sr., Kennedy; GK Drey Hicks, Sr., Hazen; F Jonathan Castro, Jr., Hazen; MF Raymundo Pelayo, Sr., Hazen; MF Frank Martinez, Sr., Tyee; F/MF Okoyoro Gahou, So., Tyee; F Kenny Albright, So., Evergreen.

Second team: D Saul Torres, Jr., Evergreen; D Fabian Valenica, So., Evergreen; D Israel Robles, Jr., Evergreen; D Christian Nichols, Jr., Kennedy; D Ryan Monson, Sr., Kennedy; D Bret Ladenburg, Sr., Tyee; D Rory Hjelmaa, Sr., Hazen; D Branden Pawliuk, Sr., Hazen; F Casey Shey, Sr., Hazen; MF Abraham Ruballo, Sr., Hazen; GK David Lugo, Sr., Mount Rainier; MF Dalton Rockwell, Sr., Mount Rainier; D/MF Nate Reitz, So., Lindbergh; MF Dustin Stevens, Jr., Lindbergh; MF/F/D Raul Vasquez, Jr., Lindbergh; D Nick Reynolds, Sr., Highline; F Jesus Cervantes, Jr., Highline.

Honorable mention: Renton — Jorge Guzman. Highline — Tristan Brown, Gian Russo, Nick Foutz. Hazen — Antonio Miller, Jose Hernandez. Tyee — Lalo Aguirre, Khalid Abate, Hanok Yazie, Mostafa Hedayat. Evergreen — Daniel Garcia Prieto.

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