Lakewood and Darrington athletes receive all-league honors

A look at the Lakewood and Darrington athletes who were named to their respective all-league teams.

A handful of Lakewood High School athletes received All-Northwest Conference recognition for their respective fall sports.

Lakewood senior Alex Jensen earned first-team all-conference honors in boys cross country and junior Gabe Hatch garnered second-team honors.

Lakewood seniors Callie Buchanan and Madison Howe both earned second-team spots in girls cross country.

Lakewood junior forward Iliana Ramirez was a second-team selection in girls soccer.

Lakewood senior Ben VanderWeyst was a second-team pick in boys tennis.

Click here for the All-Northwest 2A football teams.

Darrington volleyball players earn all-league selections

Four Darrington High School volleyball players received All-Northwest League 2B/1B recognition.

Darrington senior middle blocker Jorjah Johnson and sophomore setter Alyvia Wright were named to the first team. Senior middle blocker Alexis Korr and junior libero Riley Nations were second-team selections.

The Northwest 1B all-conference football teams haven’t been released yet.

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