First year coach named Coach of the Year | SPSL All-League

The regular wrapped up play and a number of Sumner and Bonney Lake basketball players received South Puget Sound League honors.

The regular wrapped up play and a number of Sumner and Bonney Lake basketball players received South Puget Sound League honors.

Sumner

First year head coach for the Spartans, Jordan Moog was named SPSL 3A Coach of the Year.

Joining Moog was senior Jamie Lange who was named co-Most Valuable Player alongside Olivia Crawford from Lakes.

Senior Anna Hurd was named second team SPSL and receiving honorable mention were freshman Kennedy Cutter and sophomore JaneAllyn Norris.

On the boys side, senior Tyson Birrer was named first team and senior Riley Bruill was named second team SPSL.

Receiving honorable mention for the Spartans was senior Jace Johnson.

The Spartans joined with the Lakes Lancers were given the sportsmanship honor.

Bonney Lake

For the Panthers boys, senior Brady Thomas received honorable mention.

Senior Kayla Seger was named to the first team SPSL for the girls.

Receiving honorable mention for Bonney Lake were sophomore Payton Mitchell, senior Gabriela Ruiz and junior Samantha Boudreau.

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