Marysville Pilchuck’s Randy Galvan plays in a 3A state tournament match against Kamiakin on May 14 at Quil Ceda Stadium in Marysville. Galvan, now a freshman on the Everett Community College men’s soccer team, is one of many former Wesco standouts playing for the Trojans. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Marysville Pilchuck’s Randy Galvan plays in a 3A state tournament match against Kamiakin on May 14 at Quil Ceda Stadium in Marysville. Galvan, now a freshman on the Everett Community College men’s soccer team, is one of many former Wesco standouts playing for the Trojans. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Ex-Wesco players on Everett CC men’s and women’s soccer teams

The Trojans’ rosters are dotted with former local standouts.

The Everett Community College men’s and women’s soccer teams are a who’s who of Wesco, with a combined 38 former Wesco players from 12 different schools between the two. Those players have the Trojans in position to send both their men’s and women’s teams to the postseason in the same year for the first time since 2013.

Here are the former Wesco players on each roster (players listed with year, position, high school and high school honors):

MEN

Hassan Al-Barkat, freshman, defender, Cascade

Yassin Albuhaleg, freshman, defender, Cascade

Dani Amador, freshman, midfielder, Marysville Pilchuck, All-Wesco first team 2018, second team 2017, first team 2016, second team 2015

Cameron Beardsley, sophomore, goalkeeper, Snohomish, All-Wesco second team 2016, honorable mention 2015

Cade Cooke, sophomore, defender, Kamiak, All-Wesco first team 2018, second team 2017, second team 2016

Aiden Crook, freshman, defender, Lake Stevens, All-Wesco second team 2019

Randy Galvan, freshman, forward, Marysville Pilchuck, All-Wesco first team 2019, first team 2018, second team 2017

Anthony Garcia, freshman, forward, Mariner

Stevy Kama, sophomore, forward, Everett

Anthony La Brake, freshman, defender, Marysville Getchell

Antonio Latino, freshman, midfielder, Mariner, All-Wesco first team 2019, honorable mention 2018

Cale Lien, freshman, defender, Marysville Pilchuck

Gerardo Lopez, sophomore, forward, Cascade, All-Wesco honorable mention 2018

Emmanuel Margarito, freshman, forward, Lake Stevens

Efren Martinez, sophomore, midfielder, Mariner, All-Wesco first team 2017, first team 2016

Hector Martinez, sophomore, forward, Cascade, All-Wesco second team 2017, second team 2016, honorable mention 2015, honorable mention 2014

Chris Mendez, freshman, defender, Glacier Peak

Owen Padilla, sophomore, midfielder, Glacier Peak, All-Wesco honorable mention 2017

Abraham Reyes, freshman, defender, Marysville Pilchuck, All-Wesco second team 2017

Noah Sawdon, freshman, goalkeeper, Arlington, All-Wesco honorable mention 2019, honorable mention 2017

Manuel Segura, freshman, midfielder, Kamiak, All-Wesco honorable mention 2017

Jacob Woodward, freshman, defender, Lake Stevens, All-Wesco honorable mention 2018

WOMEN

Emma Allison, sophomore, goalkeeper, Lake Stevens

Natalie Alvarado, freshman, defender, Lake Stevens

Autumn Bell, freshman, defender, Marysville Pilchuck

Tori Bullard, freshman, midfielder, Glacier Peak

Caitlynn Daniel, sophomore, defender, Cascade, All-Weasco honorable mention 2016, honorable mention 2015

Elizabeth Erickson, sophomore, forward, Marysville Pilchuck, All-Wesco second team 2017

Cassidy Gamble, freshman, defender, Meadowdale, All-Wesco first team 2018, honorable mention 2017, honorable mention 2016, honorable mention 2015

Jessica Gomez, freshman, forward, Edmonds-Woodway

Naveah Greenman-Cheer, freshman, defender, Marysville Getchell

Hannah Hiester, freshman, midfielder, Arlington, All-Wesco second team 2018

Olivia Lee, sophomore, midfielder, Marysville Pilchuck, All-Wesco first team 2017, first team 2016, first team 2015

Emily Marriott, freshman, forward, Glacier Peak, All-Wesco honorable mention 2018

Alexius McKinney, freshman, goalkeeper, Arlington

Peyton Nolte, sophomore, defender, Marysville Pilchuck

Lisa Rakuro, freshman, defender, Mariner

Lillian Shields, freshman, forward, Marysville Pilchuck

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