Lake Stevens’ Tri to coach in East/West football game

Lake Stevens head football coach Tom Tri will coach the West team at this June’s annual East/West All-Star football game in Moses Lake.

Tri is allowed to bring two members of his staff and said he plans to bring Jeff Pahukoa and Lewis Widmann. He also will be assisted by Nathan Hale head coach Hoover Hopkins and Kennedy Catholic head coach Bob Bourgette. The coaches are nominated and voted upon by the Washington State Coaches Association selection committee.

Tri served as an assistant coach for the West team in 2008.

Tri has coached at Lake Stevens for the past 15 seasons, eight as the Vikings head coach. In 2011 he led Lake Stevens to the state semifinals before falling to Skyview 38-14 and finishing with a 12-1 record. This past season the Vikings finished 8-3, losing to eventual state champion Skyline 42-0 in the opening round of the state playoffs.

“I love working with the kids and seeing them compete and succeed both in and out of the classroom,” Tri said in a press release provided by Lake Stevens High School. “This represents the hard work and dedication of my entire coaching staff, players and the community as a whole. I am honored to represent Lake Stevens in this fashion.”

Here’s a look at the depth charts



Alex Emanuels, Mercer Island, C

Dayne Herron, Oak Harbor, OT

Iggy Gabov, Marysville Pilchuck, OG

Leo Keilani, Rainier Beach, OT

Kyle O’Donnell, Stanwood, OT

Mitchell Shepherd, Roosevelt, OG

Brian O’Donnell, Stanwood, TE

Kyle Nelson, Hazen, WR-FL

KeiWuan Miller, Rainier Beach, WR-FL

Tyri Bethea, Kamiak, WR-FL

Drew Thompson, Kennedy, WR

Zander Seymer, Marysville Getchell, WR

Harold Lee, Auburn, WR

Skylor Elgarico, Arlington, QB

Steffin Church, Kentlake, QB

Alex Conley, Ferndale, RB

Michael Palmer, Glacier Peak, RB

Caleb Mathena, Kentlake, RB


Colter Clinch, Woodinville, DE

Blake Young, Skyline, DE

Cole Madison, Kennedy, DE

Andre Lino, Blanchet, DT

Brandon Johnson, Lake Stevens, DT

Jordon Hoorn, Marysville Pilchuck, LB

Jack Oman, O’Dea, LB

Michel Cummings, Meadowdale, LB

Zach Nobmann, Kennedy, LB

Sean Elledge, Glacier Peak, CB

Mason Stone, Mountlake Terrace, CB

Aaron Mandell, Nathan Hale, CB

Trent Riley, Mt. Si, CB

Kyle Nobach, Marysville Pilchuck, CB

Kiante Ahmad-Woods, Mariner, S

Jackson Huerta, Kentwood, S



Kyle Self, Peninsula, TE

Ryan Osterlund, Wenatchee, OL

Levi Anderson, University, OL

Bennett Muasau, Mountain View, OL/C

Justyn Simmons, Moses Lake, QB

Jake Hoffman, North Central, QB/WR

Darin Hardgrove, Eastmont, RB

Grayson Sykes, Central Valley, RB

EJ Deveaux, Curtis, WR

Austin Rehkow, Central Valley, WR/K

Brennan Schon, Lewis &Clark, WR

Javan Williams, Kamiakin, WR

Tim Hergert, Heritage, WR

Gregory Cleveland, Central Kitsap, WR


Andrew Almquist, Kelso, DE

Rod Jones Jr., Federal Way, DL

Brandon Wetzel, Timberline, LB

Kevin Haynes, Battle Ground, LB

Damon Unland, Ferris, LB

Jabari Marshall, Skyview, LB

Nick Sells, Wenatchee, LB

Austin Wheat, Peninsula, LB

Jacob Swilley, Yelm, DB

Trent Cowan, Union, DB

Carlos Vijarro, Davis, DB

Bryce Broome, South Kitsap, DB

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