Redmond’s Kiki Milloy is a 3A KingCo first-teamer and defensive player of the year. Courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

Redmond’s Kiki Milloy is a 3A KingCo first-teamer and defensive player of the year. Courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

Redmond-area players score all-league hoops honors

  • Thursday, March 1, 2018 4:02pm
  • Sports

A bevy of Redmond-area athletes bounced onto 3A KingCo and 1A Emerald City all-league basketball teams this season.

3A KingCo girls

First Team

Kiki Milloy, Redmond

Teagyn Ohrt, Redmond

Second Team

Andrea Dang, Redmond

Meghan Egberg, Redmond

Honorable Mention

Redmond- Mackenzie Ault and Katie Hartman

Coach of the Year

Ashley Graham, Redmond

Defensive Player of the Year

Milloy, Redmond

3A KingCo boys

Honorable Mention

Redmond- Philip Bury and Maclain Forseth

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1A Emerald City League boys

First Team

Trevor McRae, Bear Creek

Tellier Lundquist, Overlake

Second Team

Trey Rudolph, Overlake

Coach of the Year

Justin Prohn, Overlake

1A Emerald City League girls

First Team

Jane Cosmos, Overlake

Eliza Friend, Overlake

Second Team

Alyson Wong, Bear Creek

Team Sportsmanship

Overlake

Coach of the Year

Courtney Hellem, Overlake


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Redmond’s Ashley Graham is the 3A KingCo coach of the year. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

Redmond’s Ashley Graham is the 3A KingCo coach of the year. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

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