Snohomish County FC Steelheads roster

The current roster includes 35 players, most of whom hail from Snohomish County high schools.

The Snohomish County FC Steelheads, a semipro men’s soccer team comprised primarily of local players, played its first ever Western Washington Premier League game Saturday when it defeated Tacoma Narrows 1-0, and the Steelheads play their first WWPL home game Saturday at Lakewood High School when they host the ISC Gunners from Issaquah.

Here’s the Steelheads’ roster, along with which high schools the players are from:

GOALKEEPERS

Alexis Viteri Bohorquez (n/a, Ecuador)

Steven Moseley (Granite Falls)

Gabe Acosta (Canyon Springs, Nevada)

Jesus Gary (Kamiak)

DEFENDERS

Kevin Baron (Kamiak)

Blake Camileri (n/a, Australia)

Gunnar Stohl (Marysville Pilchuck)

Tanner Edenholm (Marysville Pilchuck)

Chris Mitalas (Mountlake Terrace)

Karim Hanafy (Shorecrest)

Logen Flem (Stanwood)

Cade Cooke (Kamiak)

Cody McWilliams (Kamiak)

Conner McWilliams (Kamiak)

Hector Palomera (Bothell)

Marcus Swanson (Kamiak)

John Troka (Kingston)

MIDFIELDERS

Victor Villasenor (Lynnwood)

Edgar Navarro (Mariner)

Efren Martinez (Mariner)

Carlos Rodriguez (Mariner)

Agustin Domingo (Mariner)

Rio Alcorta (Inglemoor)

Austin Kennedy (Federal Way)

Edwing Galmichi (Edmonds-Woodway)

Devin Shull (Shorecrest)

Ibrahim Haruna (n/a, Nigeria)

Mahmoud Farajallah (Shorewood)

Ahmed Ahmed (Edmonds-Woodway)

Alex Villasenor (Lynnwood)

Lennin Gary (Kamiak)

FORWARDS

Andrew Escalante (Lakewood)

Aaron Burns (Snohomish)

Kyle Aure (Edmonds Woodway)

Fabian Panduro (Marysville Pilchuck)

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