2013-14 Cascade Conference all-league teams

Eds. note: Cascade Conference all-league teams chosen by league coaches.

Boys Basketball

MVP

Giovonni Williams, Sr., Sultan

First Team

Jordan Corpus, Sr., Cedarcrest

Riley Larsen, Sr., Granite Falls

Ryan Alford, Jr., Lakewood

Josh Parafina, So., Archbishop Murphy

Corey Kispert, Fr., King’s

Second Team

Brandon Asay, Sr., South Whidbey

Bubba Branham, Sr., Sultan

Karl Spencer, Sr., Granite Falls

Calvin Kispert, Jr., King’s

Parker Collins, Jr., South Whidbey

Coach of the Year

Rick Skeen, King’s

Girls Basketball

MVP

Susan Kenney, Sr., Cedarcrest

First Team

Kalee Fowler, Sr., Cedarcrest

Savanna Hanson, Jr., King’s

Marissa Blair, So., Lakewood

Makana Stone, So., Coupeville

Megan Wall, So., Archbishop Murphy

Second Team

Karly Hibbard, Sr., King’s

Jessica Hopkins, Sr., Sultan

Megan Ditore, Jr., Cedarcrest

Daylee Hanson, So., King’s

Samantha Hayward, Fr., Archbishop Murphy

Coach of the Year

Dan Taylor, King’s and Brad Knowles, Cedarcrest

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