All-Cascade Conference: Girls Soccer

First team

Forwards

Shelby Koch, Archbishop Murphy, Sr.

Karli White, Cedarcrest, So.

Midfielders

Cali Crisler, Archbishop Murphy, Jr.

Brielle Rhode, Cedarcrest, Jr.

Courteney Loesche, Granite Falls, Sr.

Shantel St. Jean, Lakewood, Jr.

Fullbacks

Rhiannon Alexander, Granite Falls, Sr.

Lauren Rodger, Cedarcrest, Sr.

Kennady Bonnallie, Lakewood, Sr.

Cecilia Nguyen, Archbishop Murphy, Jr.

Goalkeeper

Takara Mitsui, Kings, Sr.

Offensive Player of the Year

Beth Stella, Kings, Sr.

Defensive Player of the Year

Stefanie Reynaud, Archbishop Murphy, Sr.

Coach of the Year

Mike Bartley, Archbishop Murphy

Second team

Forwards

Tena Ungvarsky, Archbishop Muprhy, So.

Paige Farmer, South Whidbey, Sr.

Midfielders

Claire Feeney, Archbishop Murphy, Fr.

Kaila Green, Granite Falls, Sr.

Maddy Morgan, Kings, Sr.

Lindsey Ryan, Archbishop Murphy, Sr.

Fullbacks

Jenny Fretland, Kings, Sr.

Morgan Kather, Cedarcrest, Sr.

Olivia Baker, Kings, Sr.

Kalyn Ott, Sultan, Sr.

Goalie

Courtney Young, Granite Falls, Sr.

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