Redmond’s Kiki Milloy pitched her way to the 3A KingCo Most Valuable Player award this season. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Redmond’s Kiki Milloy pitched her way to the 3A KingCo Most Valuable Player award this season. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Redmond-area athletes make all-league teams

Here’s the list of athletes from Redmond who were recognized.

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3A KingCo

Redmond

Softball

MVP

Kiki Milloy, junior

First team

Pitcher

Sophia Viola, senior

Catcher

Jennifer Cummings, sophomore

First base

Lindsay Tsujikawa, junior

Third base

Mara Kipnis, senior

Outfield

Haley Hanson, junior

DH

Camille Eaton, sophomore

Second team

Outfield

Kaia Bradford, sophomore

Honorable mention

Audrey Walker, sophomore

Lauren Lund, junior

Emily Drotz, senior

Jaclyn Hargin, sophomore

KingCo champions

Boys soccer

First team

Ricardo Escalante, GK, junior

Reece Wiyrick, D, junior

Victor Araujo, MF, senior

Jacen Stein, F, junior, Offensive MVP

Angel Hernandez, F, sophomore

Lacy Wilkinson, Coach of the Year

Honorable mention

Sean Rash, GK, junior

Martin Dadzie, MF, sophomore

David Dias, D, junior

Kane Stark, MF, senior

KingCo champions

Baseball

Second team

Landon Thompson, P, junior

Yui Suzuki, OF, junior

Honorable mention

Derek Khabani, 2B, junior

Spencer Uyematsu, SS, junior

Bear Creek School

1A Emerald City League

John Hayes, senior, State Champ

Oliver Nordberg, junior

Team state champions

Baseball

First team

Bryce DeLay, P/OF, senior

Tellier Lundquist, P/SS, senior

Zach Foster, P/OF, junior

Co-Rookie of the Year

Gabe Villaflor, INF, freshman

League champion

Track and field

Ian Levasseur, 400m

Brielle Baker, Long jump

Alex Finan, 3200m

Olivia Markezich, 800m, 1600m, 3200m

Andrea Markezich, 800m, 1600m, 3200m

Boys soccer

Team sportsmanship

Overlake School

1A Emerald City League

Boys Soccer

First team

Luke Brezak, GK, senior, Most Valuable Player

Kirby Wetherbee, D, senior

Joseph Raymond, D, junior

Esteban Sanchez, MF/F, junior

Second team

Nate Skochdopole, MF, senior

Scott Lane, Coach of the Year

Baseball

First team

Bryce DeLay, P/OF, senior

Tellier Lundquist, P/SS, senior

Zach Foster, P/OF, junior

Co-Rookie of the Year

Gabe Villaflor, INF, freshman

League champion

Girls tennis

Amanda Linn, senior

Maria Russinovich, senior

Allie Pae, freshman, Rookie of the Year

Nate Edmunds, Coach of the Year

Boys Lacrosse

Matt Gold, senior, honorable mention All-Metro League

Ronan Walsh, sophomore, Division 2 All-Metro

Ultimate

First team

Kayla Ngai, junior

Golf

Meili Zhang, junior

Ivy Haight, freshman, Rookie of the Year

Team sportsmanship award

Redmond’s Jacen Stein, left, was honored with the 3A KingCo Offensive Player of the Year award. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Redmond’s Jacen Stein, left, was honored with the 3A KingCo Offensive Player of the Year award. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Redmond’s Lindsay Tsujikawa, left, and Camille Eaton both garnered 3A KingCo first-team honors. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Redmond’s Lindsay Tsujikawa, left, and Camille Eaton both garnered 3A KingCo first-team honors. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

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