Glacier Peak’s Ryann Reynolds (right) is one of two forwards on the All-Wesco 4A first-team. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Ryann Reynolds (right) is one of two forwards on the All-Wesco 4A first-team. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

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The 2019 All-Wesco girls soccer teams

The 2019 All-Wesco girls soccer teams as slected by the conferences’ coaches:


First Team


Chloe Pattison, soph., Lake Stevens

Ryann Reynolds, fr., Glacier Peak


Chloe Seelhoff, soph., Glacier Peak

Elyse Baker, soph., Lake Stevens

Kate Russell, soph., Jackson

Abi Varghese, jr., Glacier Peak


Kate Sprink, soph., Glacier Peak

Mackenzie Delgado, sr., Lake Stevens

Ellie Friedrichsen, sr., Jackson

Riley Walters, jr., Monroe


Tayla Peterson, soph., Lake Stevens

Second Team


Grace Burke, sr., Lake Stevens

Katie Cheng, sr., Jackson


Maddie Barrett, sr., Cascade

Lily Smith, sr., Monroe

Callaway Knutson, jr., Lake Stevens

Natalie Hawkins, jr., Jackson


Maddie Seelhoff, jr., Glacier Peak

Hannah Thompson, sr., Jackson

Makayla Tornga, sr., Kamiak

Emily Strong, sr., Glacier Peak

Jordan Cagle, jr. Lake Stevens


Neomi MacMillan, jr., Glacier Peak

Coach of the Year

Michelle Crews, Cascade


First Team


Bree Nichols, jr., Snohomish

Jersey Heiss, jr., Arlington

Kaitlyn Manalili, soph., Shorewood

Madison Long, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Ava Erhardt, jr., Cedarcrest

Kyra Hicks, sr., Edmonds-Woodway


Kirsten Crane, fr., Marysville Getchell

Ravyn Mummey, sr., Snohomish

Jordan Bartlow, jr. Arlington

Morgan Manalili, soph., Shorewood

Kayla Soderstrom, jr., Snohomish

Izzy Menning, sr., Shorecrest


Kortney Crane, sr., Marysville Getchell

Sydney Scott, sr., Edmonds-Woodway

Grace McKenzie, jr., Cedarcrest

Gracie Winders, sr., Snohomish

Kaitlyn McCurdy, sr., Archbishop Murphy

Mikhaela Cortez, sr., Oak Harbor


Grace Wales, sr., Snohomish

Jessica Emerson, soph., Edmonds-Woodway

Coach of the Year

Sarah Hereth, Marysville Getchell

Second Team


Deanna Montero Vega, soph., Edmonds-Woodway

Jadin Thompson-Sheldon, sr., Marysville Getchell

Alexa Chiangpradit, soph., Archbishop Murphy

Madelyn Davidson, soph., Cedarcrest

Mackensie Connelly, sr., Marysville Pilchuck

Gracie VanAssche, sr., Snohomish

MeiWei Corcoran-Sipe, jr. Shorecrest


Sidra Griffin, jr., Cedarcrest

Peyton Rhyne, sr., Oak Harbor

Dara Stotland, sr., Edmonds-Woodway

Audrey Jay, soph., Arlington

Lucy Sanchez, jr., Stanwood

Bethany VanSant, sr., Stanwood


Hailey Ovenell, sr., Stanwood

Sydney VanNess, sr., Shorecrest

Sara Rodgers, fr., Snohomish

Brynn Pilkenton, sr., Marysville Pilchuck

Shea Mertel, jr., Shorewood

Camille Nielson, sr., Stanwood


Sierra Sonko, fr., Mountlake Terrace

Alexine Miller-Wood, soph., Arlington

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