Overlake, Bear Creek athletes earn all-league honors

  • Tuesday, November 21, 2017 3:54pm
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A host of Overlake and Bear Creek athletes notched 1A Emerald City League honors this fall.

They are:

Girls soccer

First Team

Overlake: Kayla Ngai (D), Faith Kipnis (D), Sofia Beachman (MF) and Anne Parsons Proctor (MF)

Second Team

Overlake: Kate McConnell (D)

Bear Creek: Delaney Montgomery (D) and Sophie Schroth (F)

Honorable mention

Overlake: Jamison Foster (GK)

Co-Coaches of the Year

Overlake: Sally Goodspeed

Seattle Academy: Brooks Hopp




Overlake: Liv Sather (libero)

Northwest: Scarlett Dahl (OH)

First team

Overlake: Sather (libero) and Amanda Lin (MB)

Second team

Overlake: Allie Kelly (OH) and Marusia Levanidova (OH/MB)

Coach of the Year

Overlake: Justice McGraw


Bear Creek

Eastside Prep


Cross country


Bear Creek: Andrea Markezich and Olivia Markezich

Overlake: Anya Sharma


Bear Creek


Overlake: Spencer Arons, Zach Foster and Alan Ngouenet

Bear Creek: Alex Finan

Rookie of the Year

Overlake: Ngouenet


Boys golf

First team

Bear Creek: John Hayes and Oliver Nordberg


Boys tennis


Overlake: Wesley Chan and Charlie Hill


Overlake: Reyhan Virani

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