Tank Brewster fires away during a 4A KingCo game this season. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Tank Brewster fires away during a 4A KingCo game this season. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Mount Si players make 4A KingCo all-league squads

Here is a list of Valley athletes who have been honored.

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4A KingCo All-Leaguers

Mount Si

Boys soccer

First team

Alec Bothwell, F, senior

Kyle Hunter, MF, senior

Second team

Reed Paradissis, D, junior

Honorable mention

Colby Ramsey, GK, freshman

Jake Jimenez, D/M, sophomore

Jared Davies, MF, junior

Sully Smith, F, freshman

Baseball

First team

Pitcher

Tank Brewster, senior

Second team

Third base

Trace Halverson, junior

Outfielder

Logan Van Campen, senior

Honorable mention

Michael Collins, P, senior

Spencer Marenco, 2B, junior

Troy Baunsgard, SS, sophomore

Clayton Waltz, C, senior

Softball

Designated player

First team

Samantha Simmons, junior

Honorable mention

Lauren Wilbourne, junior

Abby Gronewold, sophomore

Alec Bothwell, center, controls the ball during a league match. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Alec Bothwell, center, controls the ball during a league match. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

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