Glacier Peak’s Nicholas Miller. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Nicholas Miller. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

2024 All-Wesco boys soccer teams

Here are the 2024 All-Wesco boys soccer teams. Teams are chosen by the league’s coaches. For any misspellings or typos, please email


Coach of the Year

Dante Casagrande, Glacier Peak

First Team


Ky Iliev, sr., Kamiak

Nicholas Miller, sr., Glacier Peak

Lucas Mooring, soph., Lake Stevens

Travis Velasco, sr., Kamiak


Wyatt Robertson, sr., Kamiak

Angel Estrada-Luna, soph., Mariner

Liam Smith, soph., Glacier Peak

Colby Flanders, soph., Lake Stevens

Caleb Peter, sr., Kamiak

Ander Lizaso Lacabe, sr., Jackson


Greyson Wheeler, sr., Lake Stevens

Aidan Fortier, sr., Kamiak

Gael Guerrero, jr., Glacier Peak

Shad Schmitt, jr., Lake Stevens

Joshua Bonilla, soph., Mariner


Brayden Zakimi, jr., Lake Stevens

Aiden Larsen, jr., Glacier Peak

Second Team


Aiden Salvador, sr., Jackson

Tyler Larsen, fr., Glacier Peak

Dylan Bryant, sr., Glacier Peak

Santiago Ballen-Pineda, sr., Glacier Peak

Jaden Oguda, sr., Jackson


Luke Smith, sr., Glacier Peak

Kollin Undseth, sr., Glacier Peak

Ian Ju, sr., Lake Stevens

Juan Martinez, sr., Mariner

Chris Abyot, jr., Jackson


Brady McPherson, soph., Jackson

Nathan Stone, jr., Jackson


Javier Jaramillo Cruz, soph., Mariner

Otto Richter, jr., Kamiak

Shorewood’s Isaak Abraham. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Shorewood’s Isaak Abraham. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)


Coach of the Year

Jason Hanson, Edmonds-Woodway

First Team


Isaak Abraham, sr., Shorewood

Jackson Smith, sr., Shorewood

Carter Gay, sr., Cascade

Alhagie Ceesay, sr., Marysville Pilchuck

Gabe Herrera, sr., Archbishop Murphy


Aidan Raney, sr., Arlington

J’Aiden Cranwell-Meneses, sr., Everett

Dzanan Fikic, sr., Shorewood

Zach Mohr, jr., Archbishop Murphy

Solomon Perera, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Anand Raghu, sr., Edmonds-Woodway


Henry Franey, sr., Shorewood

Bjorn Gudgeon, sr., Arlington

Kincaid Sund, sr., Edmonds-Woodway

Ilya Mohov, sr., Shorewood

Asios Corona Martinez, sr., Cascade

Jack Machovina, sr., Arlington

Alexander Bryan, sr., Edmonds-Woodway


DJ Karl, soph., Edmonds-Woodway

Mason Mendoza, soph., Arlington

Second Team


Richard Duncan, sr., Edmonds-Woodway

Eddie Carli, soph., Shorecrest

Henry Torres, soph., Lynnwood

Maximo Falagan, jr., Meadowdale

Ash Jeffers, soph., Mountlake Terrace


Natan Ghebreamlak, soph., Shorewood

Alex Plumis, jr., Edmonds-Woodway

Kai Ahumada, jr., Lynnwood

Jonathan Tabarez, sr., Cascade

Axel Lopez, soph., Cascade

Abdala Hassani, jr., Marysville Getchell


Nikola Genadiev, soph., Shorewood

Stephen Post, sr., Everett

Porter Lewis, sr., Shorecrest

Gavin Nolan, sr., Monroe

Christian Sanchez, jr., Lynnwood

Kellen Pack, sr., Meadowdale

Finn Jenkins, sr., Cedarcrest


Eduardo Gonzalez-Canal, jr., Shorecrest

Cam Ilgenfritz, jr., Archbishop Murphy

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