Fall sports SPSL honors | Bonney Lake and Sumner

The following are the honors received by Bonney Lake High School and Sumner High School student athletes for fall sports.

The following are the honors received by Bonney Lake High School and Sumner High School student athletes for fall sports.

• Bonney Lake Girls Soccer:

The Bonney Lake girls soccer team finished with a league record of 8-2-0 and an overall record of 15-4-1.

Madison Adams was named the Offensive Most Valuable Player and was also chosen for the first-team. Along with Adams, Ashleigh Cade and Britney Martin were chosen for the first-team. Andrea Bowman was chosen for second-team and Kelsey Lund, Linsey Hanbridge and Lauren Hanbridge were honorable mention.

• Sumner Girls Soccer:

The Sumner girls soccer team won the state championship for the second consecutive year. They ended with a 14-1-0 league record and a 19-2-1 overall record. The Spartans defended its title on Saturday, Nov. 23 beating Bellingham 2-0.

Alyssa Murray was named Defensive MVP and was also named to the first-team SPSL. Along with Murray, Brooke Lancaster, Dacia Alexander, Jamie Lange and Jordan Thompson were chosen for first-team. Second-team for the Spartans was Rachel Stowell and Abby Smith and Kelsie Colman was honorable mention.

• Sumner Volleyball:

The Sumner Spartans volleyball team was awarded the Sportsmanship Award for the season. The Spartans finished 10-4 in conference play and 14-9 overall.

Kaetlynn Brown and Karissa Smith were selected first-team and Heather Thompson was selected second-team SPSL. Along with Brown, Smith and Thompson, Hayley Steinman was honorable mention.

• Bonney Lake Volleyball:

The Panthers finished the season 5-4 in league play and 8-11 overall.

Vegas Casey was named first team and teammate Kylie Acuna was named second team. Alyse Bailey was honorable mention for the Panthers.

• Sumner Boys Golf:

The Sumner boys golf team finished the season 12-2 both in conference play and overall. Matthew Stevens, Connor Smith and Riley Bruil were selected to the first-team SPSL. And Alec Esterbrook was chosen for second-team.

• Sumner Girls Golf:

The Sumner girls golf team finished the season with a 9-3 conference and overall record. Tianna Munroe was chosen for first-team and Samantha Walsh was chosen for second-team SPSL.

• Bonney Lake Boys Golf:

The Panthers were awarded the Sportsmanship Award and the boys golf team ended its season with a 7-3 conference record and a 7-4 overall record. Curtis Koltermann was named to first-team SPSL and Quinn Williams and Jacob Rash were selected for second-team.

• Bonney Lake Girls Golf:

The Bonney Lake girls golf team ended the season with both a 2-8 conference and overall record. No players from the Panthers were named with SPSL honors.

Sumner Football:

The Spartans were the SPSL 2A regular season champion, finishing the season 7-0, 11-1. Coach Keith Ross was named 2A Coach of the Year. Austin Striplin was named Offensive Lineman of the Year, as well as Defensive Back of the Year. DeJon Lynch was named Offensive Back of the Year.

Five players were chosen for first team offense, they were quarterback Chase Torgison, running back DeJon Lynch, wide receiver Triston Wedington, offensive lineman Nick Farman and offensive lineman Austin Striplin. Running back Brandon Tuilaepa was chosen for second team offense. And offense honorable mentions were offensive lineman Eli Hofto and offensive lineman Taylor Radniecki.

On the defensive side of the ball, four Spartans were chosen for first team, they were defensive lineman Zach Summers, linebacker Jesse Lindahl, linebacker Austin Striplin and defensive back Jace Johnson. Chosen for second team defense was defensive back Brandon Tuilaepa. And honorable mention defense were defensive lineman Troy Salisbury, defensive lineman Victor Padila, lineback Gage Whitehead and defensive back Austin Ford. And kicker Michael Smith was named honorable mention for special teams.

• Bonney Lake Football:

After starting the season 0-5, the Panthers ended with a 4-1 conference record and 5-6 overall.

Offensive lineman Cameron Goenner was named to the 3A first team offense. Five other Panthers were chosen to second team, they were running back Ethan McElderry, wide receiver Dillon Jordan, tight end Rylen Dunn, offensive lineman Brandon Kilstrom and offensive lineman Stefen Land. Honorable mention for the offense were quarterback Isaiah Weed, running back TJ Potts, wide receiver Alec Schantz, wide receiver Logan Coutts, offensive lineman Alex Lucas and offensive lineman Ryan Chapman.

For defense, three players were chosen for first team, they were defensive lineman Brandon Kilstrom, linebacker Cayle Williams and defensive back Logan Coutts. On second team were defensive lineman Cameron Goenner and defensive back Dillon Jordan. Honorable mention of the defensive side of the ball were defensive lineman Riley Miller, defensive lineman Brandon Trimm, defensive lineman Alex Elgas, linebacker Gabe Witters, linebacker TJ Potts, defensive back Travis Mayer and defensive back Kole Candy.

First team for special teams was kicker Tyler John and returner Robert Combs. Honorable mention was punter Tyler John.

Senior Robert Combs was named first team athlete of the year and was also named to the TNT All-Area team as an All-Purpose first team offense.

• Sumner Boys Tennis:

The Spartans were 2A league champions finishing the season with a perfect 12-0 record. Zaylan Jacobsen was named Singles Player of the Year. And Coach Chris Heacox was named Coach of the Year.

Cody Jagodinski, Brandon Walsh and Zak Landers were named all league and fellow teammate Nathan Santo Domingo was honorable mention.

The remaining sports Sumner and Bonney Lake boys and girls cross country, Bonney Lake boys tennis and Sumner and Bonney Lake swim we did have information from prior to going to press.

The Bonney Lake boys tennis team finished 6-3 in league and 9-3 overall.

Sumner swim finished perfect in league play with a 12-0 record and 13-1 overall.

Bonney Lake swim finished the season 1-4 and 4-7 overall.

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