All-league hoop honors for EHS and White River
South Puget Sound League coaches, in both the 3A and 2A divisions, gathered recently to make their all-league selections.
Voting was done at the conclusion of the regular season and the following Plateau players were honored.
Senior Zac Webb was a second-team selection. Juniors Josh Erickson and Scotty Garvin received honorable mention.
Junior Samantha Engebretsen was named to the all-league first team. Junior Kylie Rademacher was a second-team pick and senior Noelle Putman was an honorable mention selection.
Additionally, the Enumclaw High girls program received the Sportsmanship Award.
White River boys
Dustin France was voted to the all-league first team and Brandon Scheer made the second team; both are seniors. Junior Tyler Meadows and sophomore Alex Wallen received honorable mention.
White River girls
Amanda Lance was tabbed as the SPSL 2A’s Most Valuable Player, taking home an award she shared a season ago.
Named to the all-league first team were senior Kristin Sturdivan and sophomore Kendall Bird. Junior Darian Gore was a second-team selection and junior Maci Goethals received honorable mention.
Chris Gibson, longtime coach of the White River girls program, shared SPSL 2A Coach of the Year honors.
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