NPSL Cascade Division announces its all-league baseball selections

  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018 4:24pm
  • Sports

Tahoma High School’s Nick Dazell was selected Most Valuable Player of the North Puget Sound League Cascade Division as voted on by the league’s baseball coaches.

Russ Hayden, who led Tahoma to the division crown, was chosen Coach of the Year.

Selections by position:


First team

Dylan Mackie, Kentlake (KL), senior

Jacob Bacon Tahoma, senior

Justin Tucker, Hazen, senior

Second team

Cameron Hale, Kentridge (KR), senior

Mike Callia, KR, senior

Dyson Johnson, Kentwood (KW), senior

Honorable mention

Jake Green, Tahoma, senior

Tyler Kilstrom, Mount Rainier (MR), senior

Luke Von Goedert, KL, junior


First team

Trent Jackson KR, junior

Second team

Jake Bishop, Tahoma, senior

Honorable mention

Michael Snyder, Kennedy Catholic (KC), freshman

First base

First team

Cole Trotignon, KW, senior

Second team

Trey Hunt, KC, senior

Honorable mention

Cade Harris, KW, senior

Brody Magbelaeta, Tahoma, senior

Second base

First team

James Billotti-KR-senior

Second team

Donovan Yelle, Tahoma, junior

JJ Geraden, KL, junior

Honorable mention

Jeffery Harmon, Hazen, junior

Third base

First team

Matt Franceschina, KW, senior

Second team

Grayson Kibby, Tahoma, senior

Honorable mention

Ezra Davis, Hazen, junior

Cormac Thornton, Hazen


First team

Mason Frisch-Tahoma, junior

Second team

Cody Darcy, Kentridge

Honorable mention

Jarod Engman, KL, junior


First team

Jacob Butler, Kentlake

Kyle Sherick, Tahoma, senior

Cameron Green, Tahoma, sophomore

Preston Viltz, Kentridge, senior

Second team

Adam Paganelli, Tahoma, senior

King Jimenez Cruz, Kent-Meridian, senior

Honorable mention

Nick Hendrickson, Kentlake

Nate Franceschina, KW, sophomore

Garrett Wong, Kentridge, junior

Garrett Koller, KC, junior


First team

Zach Archibald, Kentlake

Second team

Sergio Saldivar, Kent-Meridian, junior

Honorable mention

Andrew Dalton, Mount Rainier, junior

Designated hitter

First team

Nolan Sparks, Kentridge, sophomore

Second team

Josh Parks, Tahoma, senior

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