Snohomish senior Sara Rodgers, left, was named to the Class 3A all-state first team. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Snohomish senior Sara Rodgers, left, was named to the Class 3A all-state first team. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Prep notebook: Locals named to all-state girls soccer teams

Plus, Granite Falls and Sultan winter athletes honored by Emerald Sound Conference, and Lake Stevens football coaches recognized.

A bevy of local girls soccer players received all-state honors from the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association.

Shorecrest led the way with an area-high five selections. Senior forward Nora Patterson, junior midfielder Tayvi Khan and junior goalkeeper Tati Zahajko were named to the 3A first team. Junior defender Darci Dalziel and senior defender Giulia Menning garnered second-team selections.

Mountlake Terrace landed four on the 3A all-state teams. Senior goalkeeper Sierra Sonko and junior forward Natalie Cardin each earned spots on the first team. Junior defenders Chloe Parker and Daniella Cortezzo secured second-team selections.

Snohomish senior forward Sara Rodgers led three Panthers on the 3A all-state squads with a first-team nod. Senior midfielder SJ Hammer and senior defender Jenna Edelbrock were named to the second team.

Glacier Peak senior forward Ryann Reynolds netted a 4A second-team selection.

Cedarcrest senior midfielder Leah Cammarano was named to the 2A second team.

Locals named to ESC all-league teams

Sixteen student-athletes between Granite Falls and Sultan high schools were named to the Emerald Sound Conference’s winter sports all-league teams.

Three members of the Sultan girls basketball team earned all-conference honors in the Chinook Division. Sophomore forward Cascadia Yates received a first-team nod and sophomore guards Taylor Cushing and Ranah Rylah each garnered second-team selections. Turks coach Quamy Kendall was named the division’s Coach of the Year.

Granite Falls junior post Regan Ferguson was named the Most Valuable Player of the Coho Division.

Sultan juniors Eli and Toby Trichler, both guards, secured spots on the Coho Division’s boys basketball first team. Turks coach Nate Trichler was named the division’s Coach of the Year.

Seven boys wrestlers from Granite Falls took home all-league honors: Sophomore Nathan Phillips (106 pounds), freshman Peyton Eastman (126), freshman Joseph Roberts (132), sophomore Trever Laymance (145), senior Dakota Wilkinson (160), junior Chris Ryer (170) and junior Jayden Kinder (220). Sultan senior Donald Bridgewater also made the cut at 195 pounds.

Granite Falls freshman Margaret Vonderhorst was named to the girls wrestling all-league squad at 115-120 pounds.

Lake Stevens football coaches honored

Lake Stevens head football coach Tom Tri and defensive coordinator Eric Dinwiddie were recognized by the Washington State Football Coaches Association after guiding the Vikings to a Class 4A state championship.

Tri was named District 1 Coach of the Year and Dinwiddie District 1 Assistant Coach of the Year.

Lake Stevens’ title victory was the first in program history and the first by a Snohomish County team in the state’s largest classification since 1992.

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