All-NLC soccer announced

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, May 20, 2017 11:54pm
  • Sports

The All-Northern Lights Conference soccer teams were announced at Colony on the Friday of the tournament:

All-Northern Lights Conference

Girls Player of the Year: Reese Sande, Wasilla

Girls Coach of the Year: Jeremy Johnson, Colony

Boys Player of the Year: Zack Tuttle, Kenai

Boys Coach of the Year: Joel Reemtsma, Kenai

Girls first team:

Amy Hatter, Grace Christian; Madison Wakaliuk, Colony; Ali McCarron, Homer; Rebecca Miller, Kenai; Aspen Ruth, Houston; Alia Donley, Wasilla; Maddy Morgan, Grace Christian; Esmerelda Lopez, Kodiak; Mykaela McMullen, Colony; Ally Hull, Wasilla; Gabby Wakaliuk, Colony; Abi Tuttle, Soldotna; Sahara Iverson, Colony; Reese Sande, Wasilla.

Boys first team:

Eli Sheridan, Soldotna; Julio Rodriquez, Kodiak; Caleb Wood, Grace Christian; Alex Montague, Soldotna; Simon Dye, Homer; Tristan Landry, Kenai; Augustine Mendoza, Wasilla; Luke Beiser, Kenai; Cade Johnstone, Colony; Charles Rohr, Homer; Maxwell Dye, Kenai; Noah Krozel, Colony; Kyle Dearborn, Colony; Zack Tuttle, Kenai.

Girls second team:

Kiley Fish, Palmer; Megan Pitzman, Homer; Brenna Eubank, Kenai; Ryann Cannava, Soldotna; Abby Crawford, Wasilla; Samantha Morse, Kenai; Avery Parker, Palmer; Alexis Friesen, Wasilla; Ashlynn Cornelison, Colony; Lara Creighton, Kenai; Madison Zmuda, Colony; Journey Miller, Soldonta; Jana Jenkins, Colony; India Otto, Grace; Kim Schaezlein, Grace; Shayla Donley, Wasilla; Cassi Holmes, Kenai; Denali Whitted, Houston; Jodie Richey, Wasilla; Holly Makar, Grace; Cassie Kapuniai, Houston.

Boys second team:

Martin Jones, Colony; Oliver Beck, Homer; Paul Kopp, Grace; Braydon Goodman, Kenai; Kevin Ramos, Kenai; Caleb Hall, Colony; Johnnie Burton, Palmer; Addison Downing, Soldotna; Charlie Menke, Homer; Caleb Covington, Colony; Kevin Leach; Villi Sauchuk, Wasilla; Aaron Deleon, Kodiak; Sullivan Menard, Colony; Yasent Oliver, Kodiak; Miles Belanger, Grace; Eric Kolosov, Wasilla; Connor Merriner, Grace.

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