Posts Tagged ‘All-Conference’

Maddie Georges kick-starts the offense. (Karen Carlson photo)

She made the Wolves go.

Senior point guard Maddie Georges was the primary ballhandler, and a deadly shooter, for the Coupeville High School girls’ basketball squad.

Also an aggressive, smart defensive player who led the Wolves in drawing offensive charges on rival players, her play drew the attention of Northwest 2B/1B League coaches.

That culminated in a final honor for Georges, who was named as a Second-Team All-Conference player when voting was announced Thursday.

She was the lone Coupeville girl honored, as state tourney heavyweights Mount Vernon Christian (3rd place in 1B) and La Conner (4th in 2B) dominated.

MVC hoops guru Jeff Droog was tabbed as Coach of the Year, while La Conner senior Josie Harper, who knocked down a hair under 19 points a night, earned MVP status.

Concrete and Darrington shared the Team Sportsmanship Award.


First-Team All-League:

Allie Heino – Junior – Mount Vernon Christian
Makayla Herrera – Senior – La Conner
Ellie Marble – Senior – La Conner
Caitlin VanderKooy – Senior – Mount Vernon Christian
Hannah VanHofwegen – Senior – Mount Vernon Christian


Second-Team All-League:

Ava Ashcroft – Sophomore – Orcas Island
Mia Blackmon – Senior – Friday Harbor
Maddie Georges – Senior – Coupeville
Ruthie Rozema – Sophomore – Mount Vernon Christian
Claire Wright – Sophomore – Darrington


Honorable Mention:

Shaniquah Casey – Freshman – La Conner
McKenna Clark – Junior – Friday Harbor
Hayley Daniels – Junior – Concrete
Sofia Mahony-Jauregui – Freshman – Orcas Island

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Coupeville booter Grant Steller earned Second-Team All-Conference honors. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Four for the score.

The Northwest 2B/1B League released All-Conference soccer teams Monday night, with a quartet of Coupeville High School boys earning honors.

Senior forward Aidan Wilson, who led the Wolves in scoring, was tabbed as a First-Team selection, while senior defender Grant Steller landed on the Second-Team roster.

CHS also had a pair of underclassmen notch Honorable Mention status, with junior goaltender Nick Guay and junior midfielder Cole White getting their names called.

Orcas Island senior midfielder Tommy Anderson-Cleveland was named league MVP, with Friday Harbor’s Brett Paul claiming Coach of the Year after leading the Wolverines to a state title.

The Team Sportsmanship Award went to Orcas Island.

Aidan Wilson leads the charge. (Morgan White photo)


First-Team All-Conference:

Austin Birkhofer – Senior – Forward/Midfielder – Grace Academy
Alden Carli – Junior – Forward – Friday Harbor
Malachi Cary – Senior – Forward – Lopez Island
Owen Conde Raggett – Senior – Midfielder – Friday Harbor
Eric Corbin – Senior – Defender – Friday Harbor
Isa Gonzalez-Rojas – Senior – Defender – La Conner
Diego Lago – Senior – Defender – Orcas Island
Lucas Millenaar – Sophomore – Forward – Mount Vernon Christian
Ben Rozema – Senior – Midfielder – Mount Vernon Christian
Luke Totten – Senior – Goaltender – Friday Harbor
Paxton White – Senior – Goaltender – Orcas Island
Aidan Wilson – Senior – Forward – Coupeville


Second-Team All-Conference:

Colby Border – Senior – Defender – Friday Harbor
Alex Bravo-Jump – Sophomore – Forward/Mid – Providence Classical Christian
Zia Fackethall – Junior – Midfielder – Grace Academy
Cecelia Groeninger – Senior – Defender/Mid – Orcas Island
Pedro Guerra – Senior – Forward – Orcas Island
Christian Kilvert – Junior – Midfielder – Mount Vernon Christian
Jonah Parsons – Senior – Midfielder – Friday Harbor
Cade Peterson – Junior – Forward/Mid – Grace Academy
Matthew Reeve – Defender/Mid – Providence Classical Christian
Grant Steller – Senior – Defender – Coupeville
Sam Sutton – Junior – Midfielder – Orcas Island

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Izzy Wells, best softball player in the Northwest 2B/1B League. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Izzinator was a dominator.

Coupeville High School senior pitcher Izzy Wells capped her prep softball career by being tabbed as the Northwest 2B/1B League MVP.

Unhittable while chucking BB’s, and owner of a booming bat when camped out at the plate, she led the Wolves to an 8-0 mark in conference action, 16-3 overall.

Coupeville, despite losing a season-and-a-half to Covid, finished 43-13 during the Age of Izzy.

Allie Lucero rakes.

Wells wasn’t the only Wolf honored by NWL coaches, as the league champs landed six players on All-Conference teams.

Senior Audrianna Shaw joins freshmen Mia Farris and Madison McMillan in collecting First-Team honors.

Making the Second-Team list were freshman Taylor Brotemarkle and junior twin titans Maya and Allie Lucero.

Wolf head man Kevin McGranahan was tabbed as NWL Coach of the Year as well.

Mia Farris plays lock-down defense among the spring flowers.

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Coupeville High School baseball standout Hawthorne Wolfe is co-MVP of the Northwest 2B/1B League. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

We’ll take all your top awards. All of them, I said!

Coming off of a league title winning season, the Coupeville High School baseball squad finished strong in All-Conference voting.

Senior pitcher/outfielder Hawthorne Wolfe shared Northwest 2B/1B League MVP honors with Mount Vernon Christian hurler Alec Flury, while CHS head man Will Thayer was tabbed Coach of the Year by his colleagues.

Coupeville, which went 11-1 in league play, 13-7 overall, also landed four players on the All-League team.

Senior pitcher Cody Roberts and junior shortstop Scott Hilborn were First-Team honorees, while senior catcher Xavier Murdy and junior third-baseman Jonathan Valenzuela were Second-Team picks.

Scott Hilborn tracks down a pop fly.


All-Conference teams:



Jordan Boon – Mount Vernon Christian
Levi Buchanan – Friday Harbor
Scott Hilborn – Coupeville
Diego Lago – Orcas Island
Camden Losey – Friday Harbor
Nathan Posenjak – Friday Harbor
Cody Roberts – Coupeville
Jesse Stewart – Darrington
Nathan Symmank – Mount Vernon Christian



Haydin Dinnuis – La Conner
Connar Haines – Friday Harbor
Moose Kinsey – Orcas Island
Graham Learing – Friday Harbor
Xavier Murdy – Coupeville
Joe Stephens – Orcas Island
Jonathan Valenzuela – Coupeville
Joel Votipka – Mount Vernon Christian

Will Thayer ponders strategy.

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Joey Lippo

It’s the cherry on top of the sundae.

Coupeville grad Joey Lippo was honored Thursday, named as a First-Team All-League pick when North Atlantic Conference baseball coaches picked their all-stars.

Lippo, a sophomore at the University of Maine at Presque Isle, was honored for his play in the outfield, and was one of two Owls tabbed.

Junior first-baseman Timothy Burns was also a First-Team pick.

Lippo started all 35 games for UMPI this season, and led the Owls in at-bats (123), runs (31), triples (2), RBI (22), walks (14), and stolen bases (8).

Skyy Lippo’s twin brother was second on his squad in hits (39), batting average (.317), on-base percentage (.386) and home runs (1).

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