Bears, Conks and Falcons receive fall All-League honors

This year, the girls volleyball Cascade Division, had a lot of stand-out players in the league.

From Tahoma, three of it’s players made first team, and for Kentwood, two of its players made first team.

Tahoma placed first in the Cascade Division with seven wins. They also place third in the districts tournament and fifth in state.

Kentlake has the only freshman, Angelique Cyr, to make an All-League team this year. She made second team.

All-League Volleyball Cascade 4A

First Team

Haylee Kent, Junior – Kentwood High School

Emily Smith, Senior- Tahoma High School

Paige Anthony, Junior – Tahoma High School

Riley Sansaver, Senior – Kentwood High School

Patience O’Neal, Senior – Tahoma High School

Second Team

Angelique Cyr, Freshman- Kentlake High School

Jordan Fong, Senior- Kentlake High School

Honorable Mention

Emma Hartvickson, Sophomore – Kentlake High School

Kennedy Kibby, Sophomore -Tahoma High School

Shay Jones, Sophomore – Tahoma High School

Chalyse Fuimaono, Sophomore – Kentwood High School

Kaia Garcia, Sophomore – Tahoma High School

McKenna Lewis, Sophomore – Tahoma High School

Karlee Lewis, Senior – Tahoma High School

All-League Boys Tennis Cascade 4A

This year in boys tennis, Tahoma got second overall in the Cascade Division and Kentlake came in right behind them in third.

Andrew and Alex Bouptharath from Kentwood received two awards this year, first team and doubles team of the year.

Brody Magbaleta from Tahoma also received two awards, first team and academic All-Tournament Team with a 4.0 GPA.

Doubles team of the year

Andrew Bouptharath and Alex Bouptharath – Kentwood High School

First Team

Andrew Bouptharath – Kentwood High School

Alex Bouptharath – Kentwood High School

Bordy Magbaleta – Tahoma High School

Kyle Sherrick – Tahoma High School

Second Team

Jordan Taylor – Kentlake High School

Carson Stewart – Kentwood High School

Academic All-Tournament team

Jimmy Le, 4.0 – Kentlake High School

Connor White, 4.0 – Kentlake High School

Brody Magbaleta, 4.0 – Tahoma High School

Andrew Brenel, 4.0 -Tahoma High School

Braden Ross, 4.0 – Kentlake High School

Henry Camblin, 4.0 – Kentwood High School

Kyle Sherick, 4.0 – Tahoma High School

Co-Sportsmanship Award

Kentwood High School and Kentlake High School

All-League Girls Swim and Dive Cascade 4A

Tahoma swim places first in the Cascade Divsion with seven wins and no losses.

Overall, Tahoma had five swimmers receive an All-League spot. Kentwood had two and Kentlake had one.

All three schools competed in the WIAA girls swim and dive state championships on Nov. 11.

First Team

Amelia Blakely, Freshman – Tahoma High school

Annelise Hed, Junior – Kentwood High School

Emiri Nishizawa, Sophomore – Tahoma High School

Second Team

Hannah Ackerman, Junior – Kentwood High School

Bridger Duven, Senior – Tahoma High School

Kendra Givson, Freshman – Tahoma High School

Rachel Kloepfer, Freshman – Tahoma High School

Cassy Padilla – Kentlake High School

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