Overlake, Bear Creek athletes earn all-league honors

  • Tuesday, November 21, 2017 3:54pm
  • Sports

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

——————

Volleyball

Co-MVPs

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

Co-Sportsmanship

Bear Creek

Eastside Prep

—————

Cross country

Girls

Bear Creek: Andrea Markezich and Olivia Markezich

Overlake: Anya Sharma

Sportsmanship

Bear Creek

Boys

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

Doubles

Overlake: Wesley Chan and Charlie Hill

Singles

Overlake: Reyhan Virani

More in Sports

Redmond wins 4A KingCo boys golf tournament, qualifies for state

Mustangs return to the big dance in the spring.

Anand part two on the Redmond High golf terrain

Freshman Akshay follows in his sister Adithi’s footsteps.

Redmond drops football game to North Creek

North Creek defeated Redmond, 31-10, last Thursday in 4A KingCo football action.… Continue reading

Woodinville downs Redmond / Football

Woodinville defeated Redmond, 46-7, in 4A KingCo football action on Friday night.… Continue reading

Redmond High welcomes Himbago aboard cross country squad

Ethiopia native is tearing up local courses.

Making connections, winning volleyball matches

Overlake girls responding well to challenges.

Redmond defeated Lake Washington, 10-7, in the Mustangs’ first home game of the football season on Friday night. Redmond is 1-2 this season. Courtesy of Redmond Football Twitter
Redmond beats LW, 10-7 / Football

Redmond defeated Lake Washington, 10-7, in the Mustangs’ first home game of… Continue reading

Redmond unleashes some ‘firepower’ on the volleyball court

Mustangs are led by hitters Holmen and Ferch.

Redmond’s Medeiros captains Eastside Catholic varsity football squad

Redmond resident and senior Jason Medeiros was voted one of four captains… Continue reading

Seattle Prep defeats Redmond / Football

Seattle Prep defeated Redmond, 34-6, in a nonleague football contest on Friday… Continue reading