Inglemoor’s Nic Grotle (third from right) scores to give the Vikings a 1-0 victory over Redmond on May 7. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Inglemoor’s Nic Grotle (third from right) scores to give the Vikings a 1-0 victory over Redmond on May 7. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Northshore athletes score 4A KingCo all-league honors

  • Wednesday, May 22, 2019 11:40am
  • Sports

4A KingCo boys soccer

First team:

MF- Gian Herrera, North Creek

Second team:

DEF- Jacob Moon, North Creek

FOR- Nic Grotle, Inglemoor

FOR- Jonathan Perez, North Creek

Honorable Mention:

Bothell:

Spencer Haney

Taedyn Anderson

Cody Winkelman

Gabriel Grigoryan

North Creek:

Lucas Haigh

Josh Vora

Caleb Merril

Simon Bellini

Inglemoor:

Gabe Fahling

Nick Smith

Owen Klee

Lucas Hakamada

*****

4A KingCo baseball

First team

P- Kolby Solomon, Inglemoor

C- Josh Davis, Bothell

OF- Nick Giesinger, North Creek

OF- Erik Bainter, Bothell

DH- Dylan Gerard, Bothell

Second team

3B- Eunsang Yu, Inglemoor

Honorable Mention

Bothell:

P- Kassin Matson

OF- Evan Berry

Inglemoor:

UTIL- Zach Hedge

SS- Sean Mulcare

OF- Sean Kauffman

DH- Jacob Liedle

North Creek:

DH- Julian Jackson

INF- John Tviet

• The 4A KingCo softball all-league list was not available at press time.


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