Tahoma and Kent girls soccer players earn all-league honors

Mackenze Henke and Brie Hooks of Tahoma were named Co-MVPs in the South Puget Sound League North's All League honors.

Hooks, a midfielder, and Henke, a forward, joined teammates Kaysha Darcy, Tori Tappero, both forwards, on the league's first team.Tahoma's Jason Johnson, in his fourth season at the helm, was named Co-Coach of the Year, sharing that honor with Adam Ladage of Auburn.

From Kentwood, Jennifer Oak, a forward, midfielder Sterling Peterson, and goalkeeper Megan Charlton earned first team honors.

Defender Emma Knapp made second team. Midfielder Allyson Irwin earned honorable mention.

Kentlake midfielders Sarah Landram and Hailey Hole were named to the first team, while Mackenzie Bolston earned first team honors as a defender.

Defender Sara Skinner made second team. Amanda Price earned second team recognition at forward while Timary Mathena made honorable mention.

Ashlee Newsom, defender, and Falcons goalkeeper Brittany Lydon both earned honorable mention.

Shyann Glasser, a midfielder for Kentridge, was named to the first team, while Hunter Mar earned second team honors as did Alexia Kinkenbe while Hannah Jorgenson earned honorable mention.

Kaitlyn Wagner was named to the defenders first team while Abigail Kinkent made second team.

Goalkeeper Jena Rewelling was named to the second team.Nikole Cruz, a midfielder for Kent-Meridian, earned first team honors.



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