Left: Bothell’s Cameron Tyson is the 4A KingCo most valuable player. Andy Nystrom, Reporter. Right: Cedar Park Christian senior George Reidy, left, is the 1A state player of the year. Courtesy of Bernie Derke

Left: Bothell’s Cameron Tyson is the 4A KingCo most valuable player. Andy Nystrom, Reporter. Right: Cedar Park Christian senior George Reidy, left, is the 1A state player of the year. Courtesy of Bernie Derke

Northshore players score all-league hoops honors; Reidy named 1A state player of the year

  • Thursday, March 1, 2018 4:12pm
  • Sports

A bevy of Northshore athletes bounced onto 4A KingCo and 1A Cascade all-league basketball teams this season.

Cedar Park Christian’s George Reidy was named the 1A state player of the year and will be playing in the all-state game at 4 p.m. March 17 at Curtis High School. The 1A All-State team will play the 2A All-State team.

Bothell’s Cameron Tyson said that winning the 4A KingCo was title was huge and earning MVP was an honor.

“I’m just blessed that they did vote me KingCo MVP, because there’s a lot of good players in the league,” he said.

4A KingCo boys

First Team

Tyson, Bothell — MVP

Jacob Medjo, Bothell

Second Team

Andrew Mazzawi, North Creek

Da’Vicious Wilson, Bothell

Honorable Mention

Zach Shimek, Inglemoor

Jordan Potts, Bothell

Peyton Reed, Inglemoor

Defensive Player of the Year

Wilson, Bothell

Team Sportsmanship Award

North Creek

4A KingCo girls

First Team

Jenna Troy, Inglemoor

Kelsey Hudson, North Creek

Second Team

Emily Gibson, Bothell

Honorable Mention

Lucy Young, Inglemoor

Caitlin Monten, North Creek

Lexi Ducheane, North Creek

Sportsmanship Award

North Creek and Mt. Si

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1A Cascade Conference boys

Reidy, Cedar Park — MVP

Lewis Pope, South Whidbey — MVP

1A Cascade Conference girls

Irena Korolenko, Cedar Park Christian — MVP

Emily Rodabaugh, Archbishop Murphy — MVP

Second Team

Sela Flynn, Cedar Park Christian

All-Sportsmanship Team

Abby Perrigoue, Cedar Park Christian

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