ALL-WESCO 4A Boys Soccer


First team

Forwards – Bryan McLeod, Snohomish, sr.; Pat Doran, Sehome, jr.; Manfredo Rendon, Sehome, sr.; Jon Robison, Shorecrest, sr. Midfielders – Evan Hatch, Shorecrest, sr.; Sean McCormick, Edmonds-Woodway, sr.; Evan McNeley, Cascade, sr.; Justin Stevens, Snohomish, sr.; Bryan Whitlock, Sehome, sr. Defenders – Matt Brady, Kamiak, sr.; Garret DeBoer, Marysville-Pilchuck, sr.; Justin Dudley, Sehome, sr.; Shea Simpson, Edmonds-Woodway, jr. Goalies – Brent Donner, Shorecrest, jr.; Scott Lee, Marysville-Pilchuck, sr.

Second team

Forwards – Grant Bull, Oak Harbor, soph.; Brent Frisch, Marysville-Pilchuck, sr.; Dale Kellett, Edmonds-Woodway, soph.; Kyle Rip, Oak Harbor, soph. Midfielders – Cameron Bailey, Snohomish, soph.; Jeff Harris, Kamiak, sr.; Brent Thompson, Oak Harbor, jr.; Jason Wong, Shorecrest, jr. Defenders – Kyle Halbert, Shorecrest, soph.; Dan Johnson, Cascade, sr.; Tyler Kautz, Snohomish, sr.; Wes To, Snohomish, sr. Goalies – Trevor Greyston, Sehome, sr.; Chad Riepma, Oak Harbor, sr.


Coach of the year – Len Fakkema, Lynden Christian

Player if the year – Abe Thalhofer, Mt. Baker, sr.

First Team

Keeper – Mike Johnson, South Whidbey, sr. Defenders – Grant Dykstra, Lynden Christian, sr.; Mike Hammar, Meridian, sr.; Aaron McCade, South Whidbey, sr.; Aaron Shirley, Lynden Christian, jr. Midfielders – Kevin Brink, South Whidbey, sr.; Calvin Fakkema, Lynden Christian, sr.; Abe Smith-Roening, South Whidbey, soph.; Abe Thalhofer, Mt. Baker, sr. Forwards – Nick Ammons, Lynden Christian, jr.; Gabe Lucy, Mt. Baker, sr.; George Supano, South Whidbey, sr.; Kyle Van Andel, Lynden Christian, sr.

Second Team

Keepers – Aaron Bogaard, Lynden Christian, jr.; Jerr Roesler, Sultan, sr. Defenders – Sean Edwards, South Whidbey, sr.; Scott Macswan, Nooksack Valley, sr.; J.D. Poeschell, Lakewood, sr.; Brady Vanderpol, Lynden Christian, sr. Midfielders – Chris Fakkema, Lynden Christian, jr.; Gavin Galle, Sultan, sr.; Justin Honcoop, Nooksack Valley, sr.; Josh Mitchell, South Whidbey, sr. Forwards – Pat Corchoran, Blaine, sr.; R.J. Erickson, South Whidbey, sr.; Mike Gelensy, Meridian, jr.; Tony Voss, Nooksack Valley, jr.

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