All-Cascade Conference Girls Soccer

FIRST TEAM

Offensive Player of the Year

Cali Crisler, Sr., Midfielder, Archbishop Murphy

Defensive Player of the Year

Ashton Perry, Sr., Defender, King’s

Forwards

Kristi Bartz, Jr., Archbishop Murphy

Anisa Uberagua, Jr., King’s

Beth Stella, Sr., King’s

Midfielders

Maia Sparkman, Sr., South Whidbey

Claire Feeney, So., Archbishop Murphy

Brielle Rhode, Sr., Cedarcrest

Anna Parker, So., King’s

Winter Wirkkala, Sr., Granite Falls

Defenders

Katie Sibley, Sr., South Whidbey

Brooke Richardson, Jr., Archbishop Murphy

Cecilia Nguyen, Sr., Archbishop Murphy

Gretta Quinn, Sr., King’s

Goalkeeper

Bailey Parish, Sr., Cedarcrest

SECOND TEAM

Forwards

Madi Boyd, Sr., South Whidbey

Tena Ungvarsky, Jr., Archbishop Murphy

Meghan Rodger, Fr., Cedarcrest

Midfielders

Sarah Swift, So., Sultan

Hailey Duitsman, Sr., Lakewood

Makana Stone, So., Coupeville

Shantel St Jean, Sr., Lakewood

Jubilee Zevenbergen, Jr., King’s

Defenders

Taylor Gobel, So., Sultan

Melissa Rivera, Sr., Archbishop Murphy

Gillian Minnie, Jr., Cedarcrest

Maggie Richey, So., Cedarcrest

Goalkeeper

Makenna Carter, Fr., Granite Falls

Coach of the Year

Mike Bartley, Archbishop Murphy

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