Cougars named to All Northwest Conference teams

  • Thursday, December 13, 2018 3:36pm
  • Sports

LAKEWOOD – A number of Lakewood High School athletes have received All Northwest Conference honors.

On the football team, six players made the first team.

Senior David Golovin was named a first team offensive lineman, and a first team defensive lineman.

Senior Sean Phillips was named first team secondary and second team wide receiver.

Also named were: junior quarterback Jared Taylor, senior receiver Machai Harris, senior punter Ian Ware, and senior linebacker Spencer Neiffer.

Four underclassmen received honorable mention: juniors Riley Krueger and Morgan Stacey as a linebacker and defensive back; sophomore Carson Chrisman as a wide receiver; and freshman Jakobus Seth as an offensive lineman.

In volleyball, three players were honored. Senior Tehanna Goodall made the second team as an outside hitter, while fellow senior Kimmy Epperson was an honorable mention setter. Junior Kristinn Bostrom was an honorable mention libero.

In cross country, three runners made the second team: Juniors Callie Buchanan and Alex Jensen, along with freshman Alexa Daily.

In soccer, senior Cassidy O’Hara was named to the second team as a midfielder, while sophomore Iliana Ramirez was an honorable mention forward.

More in Sports

M-P wrestlers win big; MG girls fall but Arlington wins easily; Coug boys win by 3

MARYSVILLE Boys wrestling Cayden White placed third at 182 pounds in leading… Continue reading

MG wrestlers get historic win over M-P

MARYSVILLE – The coaches seemed more excited than the wrestlers. “I feel… Continue reading

Steve Powell / File Photo
                                Alex Jensen broke the school record in scoring at Lakewood.
New turf field with lights a grand slam for Marysville Little League

MARYSVILLE – Playing Little League baseball in Marysville is going to be… Continue reading

After winning tourney, M-P boys fall to Lynden

MARYSVILLE Boys basketball Marysville-Pilchuck lost a tough one at Lynden Monday 68-65… Continue reading

Gavin Hawthorne (3) breaks around Will Abram (20) at the high post trying to get open. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)
Arlington gets off to fast start then holds on for win

ARLINGTON – The Arlington boys basketball team beat Shorecrest 68-64 Dec. 20.… Continue reading

Morgan Stacey loses his balance after colliding with a defender. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)
Lakewood loses a couple of close games

LAKEWOOD - The Cougars made a valiant run, cutting the lead to… Continue reading

M-P, MG both win games

MARYSVILLE – Marysville-Pilchuck beat Edmonds-Woodway 73-60 Dec. 21, while Marysville Getchell beat… Continue reading

Arlington wrestlers win big, but MG loses close one

ARLINGTON Boys wrestling The Eagles beat Ferndale 44-25 at home Dec. 19… Continue reading

Andrew Kaillo broke a school record in diving. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)
Marysville diver breaks 21-year-old record

MARYSVILLE Swimming Andrew Kallio broke a 21-year-old record at Marysville-Pilchuck High School… Continue reading

Arianna Bilby, left, and Emily Mekelburg of Arlington made the all-league first team as hitters, but they also are versatile enough to play the backcourt, too. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)
Locals dominated All-Wesco North teams

Local fall sport athletes and coaches dominated All-Wesco 3A North honors announced… Continue reading

Lakewood beats Arlington at Jamboree; home schedules to save

It seems like local high school fall sports just ended but there… Continue reading