Football players named to 4A KingCo Crown all-league teams

  • Tuesday, November 19, 2019 3:12pm
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Football players from Bothell, North Creek and Inglemoor received 4A KingCo Crown all-league honors.

Bothell:

Bothell running back Christian Galvan was named the offensive co-most valuable player and head coach Tom Bainter was named the coach of the year.

First team:

Offense: Andrew Sirmon (quarterback), Elijah Vaotogo (guard), Christian Galvan (running back) and Jordyn Turner (wide receiver). Defense: Gabriel Johnson (defensive line), Ryan Metz (inside linebacker), Blake Bickhaus (outside linebacker) and Evan Berry (safety).

Second team:

Offense: Trent Suckut (tackle) and Blake Bickhaus (tight end). Defense: Elijah Vaotogo (defensive line), Brendan Barry (defensive line), Colin Fisherkeller (inside linebacker) and Branden Bird (corner). Special teams: Charlie Shulkin (kicker).

Honorable mentions: Talataina Tevaga, Colin Fisherkeller, Sam Stewart and Luka Vincic.

North Creek:

First team:

Offense: Hithesh Gopal (center). Defense: Nick Mitchell (defensive line), Oscar Palacios (outside linebacker) and John McAteer (safety). Special teams: Nathan Craig (punter).

Second team:

Offense: Ty Pumma (guard), Koli Faaiu (tackle), Izayah Boss (running back) and Srijan Bogati (wide receiver). Defense: Jayden Notoa (defensive line). Special teams: Tyrone Woodard (returner).

Honorable mentions: Dominic Clayton, Sam Lokeni, Abe Woodward and Rami Hakim.

Inglemoor:

First team:

Defense: Brayden Costilla (defensive line) and Trevor Thurman (inside linebacker).

Second team:

Offense: Brayden Costilla (guard) and Trevor Thurman (running back). Defense: Nick Samuels (corner).

Honorable mentions: Colby Ryden, Kolby Solomon, Ethan Oxford and Isaiah Taylor.

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