Area soccer players named all-state

A pair of Snohomish High School players were named to the 2014 Washington State Soccer Coaches Association Class 4A All-State Boys Soccer first team on Thursday, and Panthers head coach Dan Pingrey was voted coach of the year.

Snohomish captured the 4A state championship last month.

Snohomish senior forward Uriel Herrera, The Herald’s Boys Soccer Player of the Year, and senior defenseman Dekotah Keough were both named to the 4A first team. Pingrey was selected coach of the year after leading the Panthers to their third state title. Pingrey also guided the Snohomish boys to state championships in 2000 and 2006.

Snohomish teammates Gus Baxter, a junior defenseman, and Ryan Peters, a senior goalkeeper, made the second team.

A pair of Glacier Peak teammates, junior midfielder Greyden Saunders and senior defender Matt Johnston, were named to the Class 3A first team. Shorecrest senior forward Chris Iacolucci and Shorewood senior defender Justin Collins also made the first team.

Stanwood senior forward Laurence Wanambisi was named to the 3A second team.

A trio of Archbishop Murphy players made the 2A all-state first team: senior forward Christian Thode, sophomore midfielder Brady Henderson and senior defender Tyler Ptacek. Teammate James Bettag, a senior, earned a spot on the second team as a defender.

In 1A, King’s teammates Taylor Moe, a senior, and Ryan Fransen, a junior, were named first-team all-state as a forward and a midfielder, respectively.

Notable honorable mentions included Cascade sophomore forward Samuel Agyei, and Snohomish junior forward Tanner Corrie and junior midfielder Josh Dombal in 4A; and Marysville Pilchuck senior forward Fabian Panduro-Galvan, Stanwood senior defender Chase Lauinger and Glacier Peak senior goalkeeper Lucas MacMillen in 3A.

The teams were selected by members of the WSSCA.

CLASS 4A

MVP—Carter Johnson, Sr., M, Skyview

Coach of the Year—Dan Pingrey, Snohomish

First Team

Forward—Uriel Herrera, Sr., Snohomish; Brandon Madsen, Sr., Thomas Jefferson; Johnny Cortez, Sr., Moses Lake; Jason Twaddle, Sr., Skyline. Midfielder—Carter Johnson, Sr., Skyview; Brandyn Bangsund, Sr., Kentwood; Jose Fernando Sanchez, Jr. Federal Way; Connor Ourada, Sr., Ferris. Defender—Matt Beaulaurier, Sr., Ferris; Garrett Brewer, Sr., Federal Way; Keegan Crook, Sr., Kentwood; Dekotah Keogh, Sr., Snohomish. Goalkeeper—Jake Frederickson, Sr., Rogers.

Second Team

Forward—Nate Beasley, Sr., Camas; Terry Cox, Jr., Ferris; Adrian Vasquez, Sr., Moses Lake; Brad Macdougall, Jr., Puyallup; Francisco Sanchez, Sr., Walla Walla. Midfielder—Jamison Corbin, Sr., Olympia; Abdi Abdulahi, Sr., Garfield; Matt Palodichuk, Sr., Camas; Austin Cassity, Sr., Camas. Defender—Garrett Barber, Sr., Mount Vernon; Nick Morgan, Sr., Skyline; Ben Thompson, Sr., Lewis and Clark; Gus Baxter, Jr., Snohomish. Goalkeeper—Ryan Peters, Sr., Snohomish; Admir Kucalovic, Sr., Kentwood.

Honorable Mention

Forward—Tanner Corrie, Jr., Snohomish; Bennett Lehner, Soph., Camas; Samuel Agyei, Soph., Cascade; Giovanny Soto, Jr. Wenatchee. Midfielder—Josh Dombal, Jr., Snohomish; Steven Johnson, Central Kitsap; Sean Cotton, Sr., Moses Lake; Aung Ta, Sr., Todd Beamer. Defender—Kyle Bratton, Sr., Kentridge; Sam Pizot, Sr., Camas; Austin Horner, Sr., Skyview; Calvin Goon, Sr., Camas. Goalkeeper—Jon Rosas, Sr., Pasco.

CLASS 3A

MVP—Wallis Lapsley, Jr., G, Lakeside

Coach of the Year—Mark Szabo, Lakeside

First Team

Forward—Ramiro Chavez, Sr., Kennewick; Chris Iacolucci, Sr., Shorecrest; Gaby Joseph, Sr., Lakeside; William Economy, Sr., Bainbridge. Midfielder—Greyden Saunders, Jr., Glacier Peak; Colton Ronk, Sr., Liberty; Jose Ramos, Sr., Foss; Francisco Mendiola-Lopez, Sr., Shelton. Defender—Tyler John, Sr., Bonney Lake; Justin Collins, Sr., Shorewood; Matt Johnston, Sr., Glacier Peak; Arthur McCray, Lakeside; Jake Degagne, Sr., Kennedy Catholic. Goalkeeper—Wallis Lapsley, Jr., Lakeside; Leyton Thommasen, Sr., Kennedy Catholic.

Second Team

Forward—Laurence Wanambisi, Sr., Stanwood; Christian Chavez, Jr., Sunnyside; Mario Zarate, Sr., Hanford; Jared Berg, Mountainview. Midfielder—Alex Day, Jr., Shorecrest; Sean Bender, Sr., Mercer Island; Dalton Ogdon, Sr., Bonney Lake; Isaac Sterver, Mountainview. Defender—Kelly Smith, Sr., Hanford; Mark Harris, Sr., Seattle Prep; Corey Stever, Jr., Shorecrest; Hector Cervantes, Soph., Hazen. Goalkeeper—Robert Powles, Sr., Mt. Spokane.

Honorable Mention

Forward—Ryan Hill, Jr., Mercer Island; Fabian Panduro-Galvan, Sr., Marysville Pilchuck; Connor Williams, Jr., Mt. Si; Brody Fitzsimmons, Sr., Bonney Lake. Midfielder—Oswald Ramos, Sr., Wilson; Joseph Ghirardo, Sr., Hanford; Dylan Collins, Sr., Shorewood; Jonathan Coon, Sr., Shorecrest. Defender—Scott Scheerer, Sr., Wilson; Marcos Borja, Sr., Kennewick; Jacob Meza, Sr., Sunnyside; Chase Lauinger, Sr., Stanwood. Goalkeeper—Lucas MacMillan, Sr., Glacier Peak.

CLASS 2A

MVP—Mack Smith, Jr., F, Fife

Coach of the Year—Joe McAuliffe, Squalicum

First Team

Forward—Mack Smith, Jr., Fife; Mitchell Pinney, Jr., Hockinson; Christian Thode, Sr., Archbishop Murphy; Christian Chala, Sr., Squalicum; Ian Schimandle, Sr. Cheney. Midfielder—Brady Henderson, Soph., Archbishop Murphy; Brenan Ball, Sr., Selah; Micah Weller, Sr., Cheney; Raul DeLuna, North Kitsap; Brett Sparks, Sr., Hockinson. Defender—Tyler Ptacek, Sr., Archbishop Murphy; Tommy Nitchman, Kingston; Daniel Pailthorp, Sr., Capital; Kyle Morris, Sr., Ridgefield. Goalkeeper—Oliver Sanchez, Sr., Toppenish; Jakob Racimo, Sr., Capital.

Second Team

Forward—Nigel El-Sokkary, Soph., Capital; Utsav Shaha, North Kitsap; Edgar Garcia, Sr., Fife. Midfielder—Trevan Esterlado, Sr., Cheney; Jason Rodriguez, Sr., Othello; Adama Kante, Jr., Tyee; Tyler Hughes, Fr., Squalicum. Defender—Alex Hernandez, Kingston; James Bettag, Sr., Archbishop Murphy; Isaias Villa, Sr., Elllensburg; Hans Kogan, Sr., Squalicum; Obeb Camacho, Jr., Sedro-Woolley. Goalkeeper—Hector Gutierrez, Jr., Lynden.

Honorable Mention

Forward—Jalal Haji, Jr., Foster; Servando Fuentes, Sr., Toppenish; Casey Duff, Jr., Black Hills; Danny Wiseman, North Mason. Midfielder—Zander Knox, Sr., Lake Washington; Jonathan Cano, Jr., Franklin Pierce; Ousmane Sylla, Soph., Fife. Defender—Nathan Gunderson, Sr., Hockinson; Alan Haagen, Sr., Hockinson; Cruz Galm, Jr., Cheney. Goalkeeper—Alex Worland, Kingston.

CLASS 1A

MVP— Francisco Alejandrez, Soph., F, Quincy

Coach of the Year—Arturo Guerrero, Quincy

First Team

Forward—Taylor Moe, Sr., King’s; Francisco Alejandrez, Soph., Quincy; Jason Perez, Sr., Okanogan. Midfielder—Osiel Rivera, Sr., Hoquiam; Gabe Rifkin, Sr., University Prep; Ryan Fransen, Jr., King’s; Vicente Zepeda, Sr. Quincy. Defender—Rick Hatate, Jr., Bellevue Christian; Julio Vera, Sr., Chelan; Juan Garcia, Sr., Chelan; Pedro Reyes, Sr., Quincy. Goalkeeper—Alan Caro, Sr., Wahluke.

Second Team

Forward—Adair Garibay, Soph., Toledo-Winlock; Riley Brown, Jr., Bellevue Christian; Nick Iregui, Fr., Charles Wright. Midfielder—Bennett Close, Jr., Bellevue Christian; John Polen, Sr., Seton Catholic; Will Noce-Sheldon, Jr., Seton Catholic; David Paniagua, Jr., Highland. Defender—Christian Pedersen, Jr., Lakeside; Josh Alexander, Jr., King’s; Barry Bishop, Jr., University Prep; Konan Katzer, Jr., Elma. Goalkeeper—David Postma, Soph, Bellevue Christian.

Honorable Mention

Forward—Justin Rivas, Sr., Okanogan; Blaine Thompson, Sr., University Prep; Kai Da Rosa, Jr., South Whidbey. Midfielder—Joe Eaton, Jr., Bellevue Christian; Ramon Bravo, Sr., Wahluke; Trent Siedenburg, Jr., Seattle Christian; Miguel Leyva, Manson. Defender—Travis Sowell, Sr., Charles Wright; Grant Young, Soph., Charles Wright; Josh Polen, Soph., Seton Catholic; Josh Brown, Sr., Seattle Academy; Elan Markowitz, Sr., Seattle Academy. Goalkeeper—Lars Helleren, Fr. King’s.

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