GIRLS BASKETBALL: SPSL North All-League team

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  • Monday, February 16, 2009 1:36am
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MVP

Lindsey Moore, senior, Kentwood

FIRST TEAM

Mercedes Wetmore, junior, Auburn Riverside

Jessie Genger, senior, Kentwood

Tyshana Burgess, sophomore, Federal Way

Morganne Comstock, junior, Kentlake

Kylie Huerta, sophomore, Kentwood

Jacquie Evenson, senior, Federal Way

COACH OF THE YEAR

Danny Graham, Federal Way

SECOND TEAM

Stacey Albreicht, sophomore, Thomas Jefferson

Brittany Barrington, sophomore, Federal Way

Nichole Jackson, senior, Auburn Riverside

Hannah Kiyohara, junior, Jefferson

Briana Shannon, junior, Kent-Meridian

HONORABLE MENTION

Chantel Dixon, sophomore, Federal Way

Kara Jenkins, junior, Auburn Riverside

Amanda Thomson, senior, Auburn Riverside

Brook Hinkens, sophomore, Auburn Riverside

Kat Cooper, sophomore, Auburn Riverside

Talia Walton, sophomore Federal Way

Joanne Packer, senior, Federal Way

Amanda Earlywine, junior, Federal Way

Unique Taufa’asau, junior, Thomas Jefferson

Samantha Pham, senior, Thomas Jefferson

Darah Huertas-Vining, freshman, Federal Way

Alissa Nergaard, senior, Kentlake

Brona Nienow, senior, Kentlake

Cody Sisco, junior, Kentlake

Riley Butler, junior, Kentlake

Heather Restrepo, junior, Auburn

Jessica Morgan, senior, Auburn

Jennsyn Chaney, senior, Auburn

Courtney Johnson, sophomore, Kentwood

Shelby Wahlberg, senior, Kentwood

Liz Mills, sophomore, Kentwood

Brittani Reiterman, senior, Tahoma

Sierra Haverfield, junior, Tahoma

Erin McCaslin, junior, Tahoma

Katie Buskey, sophomore, Tahoma

KaraLea Follmer, senior, Kentridge

Stephanie Keoulaba, sophomore, Kentridge

Malanie Vertrees, senior, Kent-Meridian


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