Mount Si athletes earn honors for fall season

  • Tuesday, December 19, 2017 12:08pm
  • Sports

Mount Si High School athletes accumulated honors and accomplishments in the fall sports season and were recently recognized for their achievements.

The cross country team sent three runners to the state tournament, senior Chloe Cosgrove, junior Joe Waskom and freshman Paul Talens.

Three boys golfers received KingCo honors. Sophomore Drew Warford was named to the All-KingCo first team, sophomore Cooper Neil made the All-KingCo second team and senior Mike Olson received an honorable mention. Warford and Neil also qualified for the state championship tournament.

In girls soccer, Mount Si seniors Renee Anderson-Moriarty, Mia Fowler, Olivia Henning and Trinity Wilson all received KingCo honorable mentions.

Freshman Theodora McCabe qualified to represent the girls swim team at the state championship tournament.

Volleyball seniors Lillian Bachand and Jessica Hanners also received KingCo honorable mentions.

The Mount Si cheer team also qualified for national competition.

Finally, the Wildcats football team scored many All KingCo honors, among others.

Making the All-KingCo first team were seniors Collin Fleisch and Jesiah Irish, and juniors Jonny Barrett and Cale Millen. Seniors Tank Brewster and Michael Collins, and junior Montana Euscher were named to the All-KingCo second team. Seniors Kyle Fraser and Kyle Fraser, and juniors RJ Bell and Slater Macko all received All KingCo honorable mentions.

Collins and Nick Marzetti were both nominated for the All State Game and Barrett was named to the Seattle Times’ Star-Times Team.

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