Luke Helling-Christy awarded 3A soccer all-league Coach of the Year

Five Bonney Lake Panthers made the all-league first team; two made the second team.

The South Puget Sound League 3A soccer conference has made its All League selections, and the Panthers have a strong showing on the list.

Five Panther players made the all-league first string team, and two made the second string team. Additionally, Coach Luke Helling-Christy was named Coach of the Year.

Suwilanji Silozi was named Most Valuable Offensive Player and was assigned as a forward on the first team.

Dalton Ogdon and Colton Tracy were assigned to midfielder positions on the first team. Brody Fitzsimmons was assigned to midfield on the second team.

Zach Jones was named first team defender. Jacob Bohl was named second team defender.

Moxie Oseland was named goalie of the first team, alongside Auburn Mountainview’s Alex Fausko.

The Panthers are one of the last four teams in the state tournament bracket. They play the semi-final game against Hanford at Sparks Stadium Friday. No matter the outcome, they will advance to the final round Saturday to cement their position in one of the top four placings.

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