Bothell’s Jacob Sirmon (3) stands at the front of the Cougar pack before a recent football game. Courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell’s Jacob Sirmon (3) stands at the front of the Cougar pack before a recent football game. Courtesy of Greg Nelson

Football players earn 4A KingCo all-league honors

  • Thursday, November 16, 2017 3:20pm
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Bothell quarterback Jacob Sirmon was named offensive most valuable player and a host of local players made this season’s 4A KingCo all-league football squads.

First-teamers are:

Bothell — Offense, Sirmon (quarterback) and Da’Vicious Wilson (wide receiver); Defense, Dane Siegalman (outside linebacker)

North Creek — Defense, Shea Hoogerwerf (inside linebacker)

Second-teamers are:

Bothell — Offense, Alex Ballard (guard), Hunter Smith (tackle) and Christian Galvan (running back); Defense, Gage Potter (defensive line), Drew Nicholson (inside linebacker), Jalen Percival (outside linebacker), Darius Kubalanza (cornerback) and Wilson (cornerback)

Inglemoor — Offense, Cole Kindschi (running back and wide receiver) and Quentin Moore (tight end); Defense, Trevor Thurman (inside linebacker)

Honorable mention:

Bothell — Dylan Singh, Mason Locknane, Ryder Locknane and Riley Morrison

Inglemoor — Austin Cummings, Braden Dick, Brayden Costilla and Kyle Loken

North Creek — Nick Mitchell, Hithesh Gopal, Jaden Landagora and Kristian Brusa

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