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Plateau athletes earn postseason honors
Zach Rohrbach, a force both on the mound and at the plate, shared Most Valuable Player honors with Sumner’s standout hurler Christian Parsons.
Named to the SPSL 2A all-league first team were senior pitcher Ryan Kolisch, sophomore catcher Riley Johnson, senior second baseman Cody Cloud and junior outfielder Dustin France.
Garnering second-team honors were junior outfielder Mitchell Webster and utility player Brandon Henke. Kolisch added to his honors by making the second team as a third baseman.
Earning honorable mention were White River seniors Matt Salisbury and Reagan Ledbetter, along with junior Trent Buchanan.
Hornet skipper Mike Williams shared league Coach of the Year honors with Sumner’s Casey Adcox.
White River fastpitch
Junior hurler Kayla Smith was, for the second year in a row, honored as the SPSL 2A Pitcher of the Year.
Making the all-league first team was junior infielder Brooklyn Isaacs, also a second-time selection.
Hornets making the second team were freshman catcher Ashley Long, sophomore infielder Natalie Vollandt, senior outfielder Jordan Jacobs and sophomore outfielder Jordanne Fray.
Receiving honorable mention were sophomore infielder Maddie Meyer, junior outfielder Mallory Lubking and junior utility player Kenadie Smith.
White River girls tennis
Senior Laura Miculinich, a three-year letter winner who spent most of the season playing No. 1 singles for the Hornets, was a first-team all-league selection.
First-year player Kelsey Williams, a sophomore, and second-year letter winner Channy Phillips, a junior, made the all-league second team. They were doubles partners this season.
White River soccer
A pair of senior Hornets – midfielder Taylor Moser and defender Mark Olson – were first-team SPSL 2A selections.
Three teammates received honorable mention: junior midfielder Joshua Clough, junior goalkeeper Tyler Williams and sophomore midfielder Hayden Grimm.
A quartet of Hornets were named to the SPSL 3A all-league first team: first baseman Meyers Hammond, second baseman Tyler St. John, outfielder Bryce Peterson and utility player Blake Hildebrand.
St. John doubled up on his honors by making the second team as a pitcher; Peterson also was named twice, also earning honorable mention as a pitcher.
Receiving honorable mention were catcher Casey Harberts and outfielder Shane Sanborn.
Sophomore Quinn Breidenbach was honored as the SPSL 3A Pitcher of the Year, heading a list of eight Lady Hornets who were accorded postseason honors.
Named the all-league first team were infielders Sarah Morrow, a senior, and Chloe Young, a junior; outfielders Tammy Wilkening, a junior, and Alicia Cassell, a senior; catcher Becky Forza, a senior; and utility player Madelyn Carlson, a freshman. Receiving honorable mention was senior infielder Joslyn Pierotti.
Enumclaw girls tennis
Rick Carel took Coach of the Year honors after leading his Hornet crew to an undefeated league season.
Barbie Becker was an all-league first team selection and Mariah Bone was named to the second team.
First-team all-academic picks were Kylie Rademacher, Olivia Adams, Camille Sorenson, Anna Musick, Becker and Bone. Jordan Koontz was named to the all-academic second team.
Enumclaw water polo
The state-placing water polo team saw senior Megan Lesmeister and junior Hayley Sonneson named to the all-division first team.
A pair of Hornets – junior Bailey Sexton and sophomore Anna Davenport – made the second team. Sophomore Grace Sales received honorable mention.
Lesmeister earned all-league recognition for the fourth year while Sexton and Sonneson were honored for the second time.
Enumclaw boys track
First-team all-league selections included Enumclaw’s Kai Collingwood, 800 meters; Tarik Hagen, 110-meter hurdles; Marcus Fornelius, javelin; and Brandon Barnett, high jump.
Named to the second team were Peter Berger, 1,600 and 3,200 meters; Hayden Schmitt, 3,200 meters; Logan Chlebowski, discus; James Packer, javelin; Erik Van Hulse, high jump; Nick Cleveland, pole vault;
Receiving honorable mention were Tristan Irvine, 200 meters; Jacob Eilertson, 400 meters; Bryce Johnson, 800 meters; Schmitt, 1,600 meters.
Enumclaw girls track
Enumclaw High had two of the SPSL 3A’s track and field Athletes of the Year. Maria Blad was honored in the sprints/hurdles category and KC Moulden was the honoree in the throws.
First-team all-league selections included Aleea Gwerder, 200 meters, 400 meters and long jump; Samantha Engebretsen, 1,600 and 3,200 meters; Blad, 100-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles and pole vault; Moulden, shot put and discus; Katie Craft, javelin; Jillian Salkind, high jump;
Named to the second team were Lindsay in the 200 meters; Taylor Tandecki, 400 meters; Engebretsen, 800 meters; Reilly Desmul, 1,600 meters; Tallie Carlson, javelin; Julia Forza, javelin; Sheyanne Herron, high jump; Caitlin Swenson, triple jump; Rachel Lewis, triple jump.
Receiving honorable mention were Olivia Bannerot, 100 meters; Diane Lindsey, 100 meters; Nikole Schroeder, 200 meters; Chayce Weiman, 400 meters; Desmul, 800 meters; Carlson, shot put; Schroeder, long jump;
Enumclaw boys soccer
Chase Olson, a senior, was tabbed as a second-team all-league forward.
Receiving honorable mention were freshman midfielder Austin Countryman and senior defender Riley Thomas.