Mount Si’s Cale Millen (top) and Jonny Barrett were named 4A KingCo Crest offensive co-most valuable players. Photos courtesy of Calder Productions

Mount Si’s Cale Millen (top) and Jonny Barrett were named 4A KingCo Crest offensive co-most valuable players. Photos courtesy of Calder Productions

Mount Si football players earn all-league honors

  • Wednesday, November 28, 2018 9:04pm
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A plethora of Mount Si football players earned 4A KingCo Crest all-league awards for their play on the gridiron during the 2018 season.

Cale Millen and Jonny Barrett were named offensive co-most valuable players and Charlie Kinnune notched coach of the year honors.

* Locals capturing first-team, all-league honors were:

Millen, QB

Slater Macko, G and DT

Cole Norah, RB

Barrett, WR

Carlos Ortiz, DE

Murphy McDowell, IL

Cody Frederick, IL

Reed Paradissis, P

* Mount Si athletes earning second-team, all-league honors were:

Frederick, G

Gale Kamp, T

Colby Botten, WR and S

Andrew Mostofi, WR and CB

RJ Bell, DT

Daniel Harrison, OL

Trevor Clem, CB

Brenden Backes, S

Paradissis, K

* Wildcats who earned honorable-mention awards were:

Andrew Edsen

Cooper McQuay

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