Bothell’s Christian Galvan (5) was named 4A KingCo Crown offensive most valuable player. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell’s Christian Galvan (5) was named 4A KingCo Crown offensive most valuable player. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell and Kenmore football players earn all-league honors

  • Wednesday, November 28, 2018 9:13pm
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A plethora of Bothell, Inglemoor and North Creek football players earned 4A KingCo Crown all-league awards for their play on the gridiron during the 2018 season.

Bothell’s Christian Galvan was named offensive most valuable player, Bothell’s Tom Bainter was named co-coach of the year with Woodinville’s Wayne Maxwell, and Bothell’s Paul Moody notched assistant coach of the year honors.

* Locals capturing first-team, all-league honors were:

Bothell

Erik Bainter, QB

Walker Harden, C

Elijah Vaotogo, G

Gage Potter, T and DL

Galvan, RB

Riley Morrison, WR

Ryan Metz, LB

Darius Kubalanza, CB

Mason Locknane, S

Inglemoor

Quentin Moore, TE

Brayden Costilla, DL

North Creek

Shea Hoogerwerf, RB and LB

Nick Mitchell, DL

Nathan Craig, P

* Bothell and Kenmore athletes earning second-team, all-league honors were:

Bothell

Trent Suchut, T

Gabe Johnson, DL

Nathan Graeber, DL

Kainoa China, LB

Morrison, CB

Locknane, K

Bainter, P

Galvan, Returner

Inglemoor

Braden Dick, C

Olo Fauolo, G

Luke Millman, WR

Trevor Thurman, LB

North Creek

Hithesh Gopal, C

Shane Freund, T

Jaden Landagora, S

* Cougars, Vikings and Jaguars who earned honorable-mention awards were:

Bothell

Leon Johnson

Chris Bailey

Blake Bickhaus

Bryce MacDonald

Inglemoor

Kolby Solomon

Colby Ryden

Kincaid Schmitt

Michael Keating

North Creek

Darius Duciuc

Dominick Clayton

Rami Hakim

Antony Lu

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