Lakewood quarterback Jared Taylor was named Co-MVP of Northwest 2A’s Sky Division. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Lakewood quarterback Jared Taylor was named Co-MVP of Northwest 2A’s Sky Division. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Northwest 2A football all-conference teams

The 2019 All-Northwest 2A football teams as selected by the conferences’ coaches:

SKY DIVISION

Co-MVPS

Jared Taylor, Lakewood

Brent VanderVeen, Sedro-Woolley

Coach of the Year

Dan Teeter, Lakewood

Assistant Coach of the Year

Jay Carlson, Lakewood

First Team

Quarterback

Jared Taylor, sr., Lakewood

Running Backs

Steven DiLorenzo, sr., Lynden

Landen Pruitt, sr., Lakewood

Mason Mathis, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Wide Receivers

Brent VanderVeen, sr., Sedro-Woolley

Joe Ennis, jr., Archbishop Murphy

Carson Chrisman, jr., Lakewood

Tight End

Brock Heppner, sr., Lynden

Offensive Line

Marty Karb, sr., Lynden

Zion Evans-Robinson, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Keegan Bach, jr., Lakewood

Ian Valdovinos, sr., Sedro-Woolley

Gavino Rodriguez, sr., Blaine

Harley VandenBurg, sr., Lynden

Kicker

Marko Samoukovic, sr., Lynden

Defensive Line

Josh McCarron. jr., Archbishop Murphy

Marty Karb, sr., Lynden

Wyatt Cole, sr., Blaine

Jakobus Seth, soph., Lakewood

Brandt Starkey, sr., Lakewood

Linebackers

Bodie Human, sr., Lynden

Gavino Rodriguez, sr., Blaine

Brock Heppner, sr., Lynden

Ian Valdovinos, sr., Sedro-Woolley

Defensive Backs

Brent VanderVeen, sr., Sedro-Woolley

Joe Ennis, jr., Archbishop Murphy

Carson Chrisman, jr., Lakewood

Peyton Burrell, sr., Sedro-Woolley

Punter

Brent VanderVeen, sr., Sedro-Woolley

Second Team

Quarterback

Victor Gabalis, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Running Backs

Oscar Caridad, sr., Blaine

Malik Dotson, sr., Lakewood

Marquis Pressley, soph., Burlington-Edison

Wide Receivers

Josh McCarron, jr., Archbishop Murphy

Eric Bode, sr., Lynden

Jax Kortlever, soph., Blaine

Tight End

Nolan White, sr., Burlington-Edison

Offensive Line

Josh Thuringer, jr., Lakewood

Daniel Jenkins, jr., Archbishop Murphy

Dawson Metcalf, sr., Burlington-Edison

Wyatt Cole, sr., Blaine

Michael Beremen, sr., Lynden

Sebastion Hanna, sr., Sedro-Woolley

Kicker

Alan Sepulveda, sr., Lakewood

Defensive Line

Zion Evans-Robinson, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Jaro Snodgrass, sr., Sedro-Woolley

Evan Thode, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Jayden Riley, soph., Lakewood

Linebackers

Riley Krueger, sr., Lakewood

Jack Barnes, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Elijah Lyons, sr., Lynden

Aidan Franklin, jr., Sedro-Woolley

Defensive Backs

Landen Pruitt, sr., Lakewood

Keyshon Rife, jr., Archbishop Murphy

Bode Brewer, jr., Burlington-Edison

Eric Bode, sr., Lynden

Punter

Malakhi Stevenson, jr., Burlington-Edison

SKY DIVISION

First Team

Quarterback

Cameron Kohlruss, sr., Cedarcrest

Jacob Kaepernick, jr., Sehome

Running Backs

Jordan Sims, jr., Mountlake Terrace

Peyton Burpee, jr., Cedarcrest

Wide Receivers

Dawson Cairns, sr., Cedarcrest

Andrew Triplett, sr., Bellingham

Melloy Nelson, sr., Sehome

Tim Malo, jr., Sehome

Tight End

Matthew Weinert, jr., Cedarcrest

Caleb Ryan, soph., Sehome

Offensive Line

Noah Thompson, sr., Mountlake Terrace

Gavin Ortega, soph., Sehome

Rylan McPhee, jr., Cedarcrest

Charlie Vliem, jr., Cedarcrest

Rylie Blair, soph., Sehome

Kicker

Nathan Gerde, sr., Cedarcrest

Noah Thompson, sr., Mountlake Terrace

Defensive Line

Noah Thompson, sr., Mountlake Terrace

Matthew Weinert, jr., Cedarcrest

Rylie Blair, sr., Sehome

Chris Ostering, sr., Bellingham

Linebackers

Spencer Coomer, sr., Cedarcrest

Ryan Olson, jr. Cedarcrest

Felipe Arreola-Martinez, jr., Sehome

Jai Nath, jr., Mountlake Terrace

Defensive Backs

Rocco Traore, soph., Mountlake Terrace

Colin Dorsch, jr., Sehome

Andre Triplett, sr., Bellingham

Cameron Kohlruss, sr., Cedarcrest

Punter

Nathan Gerde, sr., Cedarcrest

Noah Thompson, sr., Mountlake Terrace

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