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Plateau athletes receive all-league honors
White River baseball
Named to the South Puget Sound League 2A first team were junior pitcher Zach Rohrbach, senior pitcher/first baseman Cole Johnson, senior shortstop Tanner Williams and senior outfielder Ryan Bird.
Rohrbach also was named to the all-league second team as a third baseman. Also on the second team were freshman catcher Riley Johnson and sophomore outfielder Dustin France.
Earning honorable mention were seniors Zach Howard, Zach McMillen and Garrett Robertson and junior Matt Salisbury.
White River fastpitch
Two Hornets were among those receiving top individual honors when South Puget Sound League 2A coaches voted for postseason awards. Sam Mitchell was chosen co-Player of the Year and Kayla Smith was tabbed as Pitcher of the Year.
Additionally, voted to the all-league first team were infielders Brooklyn Isaacs and Sam Padilla and utility player Lana Caldwell.
Named to the second team was outfielder Jordan Jacobs. Receiving honorable mention were infielders Maddie Meyer and Natalie Vollandt and outfielder Sutton Mills.
Postseason honors naturally follow in the wake to two straight undefeated seasons and back-to-back South Puget Sound League 3A championhips.
Receiving all-league honors were Rachel Norling, Kayla Zilbauer, Camille Clare and Hannah Smith. Earning honorable mention were Jordan Koontz, Mariah Bone, Kylee Almy and Barbie Becker.
In addition, Rick Carel was chosen Coach of the Year.
The league also hands out all-academic awards and EHS had more on the list than any other league school. Leading the way was Kaylie Rademacher and her perfect, 4.0 grade-point average. Also on the academic list were Bone, 3.95, and Koontz and Becker, both 3.9.
The EHS Hornets were well represented on the all-SPSL 3A squad, a logical offshoot of a title-winning team.
Sarah Morrow and Chloe Young were named first-team infielders; Molly LaMotte and Tammy Wilkening were first-team outfielders; Josllin Pierotti was tabbed as the first-team utility player; Quinn Brendenbach was one of two first-team pitchers; and Becky Forza was a first-team catcher.
Named to the all-league second team was infielder Jen Simpson and receiving honorable mention was infielder Bri Schmidtt.
Enumclaw water polo
A pair of Enumclaw High players – Bailey Sexton and Megan Lesmeister – were first team picks when coaches selected the all-East Division team.
Receiving second team honors were Hayley Sonneson and Bella Davenport.
Enumclaw boys soccer
The Hornets had six seniors earn all-league honors, three of them honored as first-team selections.
Making the South Puget Sound League 3A first team were forward Austin Walsh, midfielder Tyler Koenig and defender Evan Absolor. Second-team picks were midfielder Hogan Olafson, defender Darwin Wood and goalkeeper Chris Kraemer.
Five EHS Hornets earned postseason honors following a vote of SPSL 3A coaches.
Catcher Dalton Bidon and outfielder Bryce Peterson, both juniors, received second-team accolades. Receiving honorable mention were junior pitcher Mytchell Johnson, freshman shortstop Blake Hildebrand and junior Shayne Sanborn.