Soldotna senior Ituau Tuisaula was named most valuable player of the Northern Lights Conference in voting announced Monday.
The NLC tournament was canceled due to the new coronavirus.
The SoHi girls also put Drysta Crosby-Schneider on the second team and Kianna Holland on the good sport team.
Soldotna senior Jersey Truesdell made the first team for the SoHi boys, while Ray Chumley and Mekhai Rich were on the second team. Rich also made the good sport team.
All-Northern Lights Conference
Most Valuable Player — Ituau Tuisaula, Soldotna.
Coach of the Year — Jeannie Hebert-Truax, Wasilla.
First team — Bella Hayes, Wasilla; Ituau Tuisaula, Soldotna; Indiya Clarke, Colony; Jazlynn Novelli, Wasilla; Catherine Uschmann, Palmer; Tori Schwantes, Colony; Abby Kenley, Colony.
Second team — Leslie Spear, Kodiak; Harmony McSorley, Wasilla; Drysta Crosby-Schneider, Soldotna; Hannah Duguid, Colony; Livia Solis, Palmer.
Good sport team — Abby Kenley, Colony; Angel Mangrobang, Kodiak; Rosie Toro, Palmer; Kianna Holland, Soldotna; Jordyn Cox, Wasilla.
Most Valuable Player — Patrick McMahon, Colony.
Coach of the year — Tom Berg, Colony.
First team — Colton Spencer, Colony; Patrick McMahon, Colony; Jersey Truesdell, Soldotna; Luke Devine, Wasilla; Jeremiah Hersrud, Colony; Lavar Marshall, Palmer; Wyatt Baker, Colony.
Second team — Andrew Devine, Wasilla; Sam Gallindo, Kodiak; Ray Chumley, Soldotna; Mekhai Rich, Soldotna; Donnie Lawhead, Wasilla.
Good sport team — Jeremiah Hersrud, Colony; Josh Barnett, Kodiak; Mekhai Rich, Soldotna; Kyle Obremski, Wasilla.