Area football players honored by officials association

The association awards $15,000 in college scholarships to five seniors at its annual banquet

Herald staff

MUKILTEO — The Snohomish County Football Officials Hall of Fame Committee awarded a total of $15,000 in scholarships to five high school football players Wednesday night at its annual Scholar Athlete Banquet at the Rose Hill Community Center.

The recipients of the $3,000 scholarships were Joe Gonzales of Lake Stevens, Kobe Balora of South Whidbey, Spencer Coomer of Cedarcrest, Kirahy Meyers of Arlington and Garrett Devereux of Marysville Getchell.

They were among 51 area high school seniors nominated by their coaches. The winners were selected based on their citizenship, leadership, academic performance and athletic achievement.

All the nominees received Amazon gift cards. The other nominees were:

Archbishop Murphy: Josiah Santiago, Tommy Sullivan

Arlington: Cade Younger

Cascade: Hazier Lopez, Davanta Murphy-Mcmillan

Cedarcrest: Garrett Bezdicek-Smith

Darrington: Richard Zinnato, Lucas Reuwsaat

Edmonds-Woodway: Joe DeBella, Read Carr

Everett: Sam Smith, Victor Montiel

Glacier Peak: Tony McDaniels, Dylan Owen

Granite Falls: Frank Ritchey, George FitzGerald

Jackson: Allan Tran, Daniel Yoon

Kamiak: Mayson Bach

King’s: Casey Needham, Colin Hamilton

Lake Stevens: Devin Kylany

Lakewood: Alan Sepulveda , Riley Krueger

Lynnwood: Levi Majeres, Adrian Morgan

Mariner: Karan Singh, Roman Savchuk

Marysville Getchell: David McGowne

Marysville Pilchuck: Dillon Kuk, Justin Albee

Meadowdale: Alex Krueger, Mason Vaughn

Monroe: Connor Wood, Blake Rybar

Mountlake Terrace: Devon Lohr, Dylan Breuer

North Creek: Nick Mitchell, Hithesh Gopal

Snohomish: Tyler Larson, Jacob Brandvold

South Whidbey: Alex Black

Stanwood: Jake Evans, AJ Larson

Sultan: Nathan Honold, Aidan Fleming

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