Panthers, Spartans receive all-league honors

The Panthers ended the 2014 season with a 1-6 conference record and a 3-7 record overall. The Spartans season finished with a 38-0 loss to Bellevue in the first round of the state tournament.

Editor’s note: All-league selections for SPSL 3A girls swim and cross country were not available at the time of press. Selections for boys and girls golf, girls soccer, volleyball and tennis ran in the last issue of the Courier-Herald.

Bonney Lake Football

The Panthers ended the 2014 season with a 1-6 conference record and a 3-7 record overall.

Senior Isaiah Weed received honorable mention for quarterback.

Senior Ethan McElderry was named second team all-league at running back.

Senior Dillon Jordan was named second team at wide receiver.

Senior Riley Miller was selected to first team all-league for the offensive line.

And senior Jordan Zimmerman received offensive line honorable mention.

On the defensive side of the ball, Miller was selected to first team all-league for the defensive line.

Zimmerman also received honorable mention for defensive line.

Sophomore Jason Day was named second team all-league for linebacker.

Jordan received honorable mention for defensive back.

Sophomore punter Caleb Davis was named second team all-league for the Panthers.

Sumner Football

The Spartans season finished with a 38-0 loss to Bellevue in the first round of the state tournament.

Sumner finished the season with a 3-4 conference record and a 5-5 overall record.

Senior quarterback Chase Torgison was selected to the second team all-league.

Sophomore Connor Wedington was named first team at running back.

And his brother, senior Triston Wedington received first team all-league honors for wide receiver.

Sophomore Michael Carey received honorable mention at tight end.

Senior Nick Farman was named first team for offensive line.

Seniors Eli Hofto and Collin Baker received honorable mention for offensive line.

On the other side of the ball, Farman was also named second team all-league for defensive line.

And junior Jake Harmon and senior Troy Salisbury received defensive line honorable mention.

Junior Josh Riley and senior Jesse Lindhal were named first team all-league at linebacker.

Junior Jack McDonald and senior Gage Whitehead received honorable mention for linebacker.

Senior Austin Ford was named first team all-league at defensive back.

And senior kicker Michael Smith was named second team all-league.

Senior Scott Alsop was named special teams player of the year.

 

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