Lake Washington, Juanita players earn all-league girls soccer honors

  • Wednesday, November 20, 2019 11:32am
  • Sports

Lake Washington’s Jen Estes and Alex Mueller notched co-most valuable player honors on the offensive and defensive side of the ball, respectively, when the 2A/3A KingCo all-league teams were released.

Sharing honors with the Kangs were Niki Copenhaver of Liberty on offense and Heather Farmer of Sammamish on defense.

First-teamers are:

Lake Washington — CC Maloof D; Ashley Mead D; Savannah Walenczak MF; and Bella Davis MF

Second teamers are:

Lake Washington — Natalie Neils GK; Ari Issa D; Kylie Jones MF; and Ellie Pederson F

Juanita — Kayla Huff D

Honorable mentions are:

Lake Washington — Abby Nikfard F; and Anna Schwisow F

Juanita — Karley Anderson D; Noelle Hall MF; and Claire Vossler MF

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