NPSL Olympic Division announces its all-league baseball selections

  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018 10:49am
  • Sports

Todd Beamer’s Nate Clow was chosen Most Valuable Player of the North Puget Sound League Olympic Division as selected by the league’s baseball coaches.

Arlo Evasick, who lead Federal Way to the division title and the 4A state semifinals, was Coach of the Year.

Selections:

First team

Catcher, Colin Floyd Beamer, senior

First base (1B), Hayden Byorick, Auburn Mountainview, sr.

Second base (2B), Cooper White, Auburn Mountainview, sophomore

Third base (3B), Cameron Bogard, Enumclaw, sr.

3B, Tate Wallat, Todd Beamer, sr.

Shortstop (SS), Brandham Ponce, Federal Way, junior

SS, Austin Willson, Enumclaw, sr.

Outfield (OF), Josh Mears, Federal Way, jr.

OF, Divine Ayemere, Decatur, jr.

OF, Travis Smith, Enumclaw, jr.

Pitcher (P), Trevor Cassell, Auburn Riverside, sr.

P, Garrett Morris Federal Way, sr.

P, Nate Weeldreyer, Auburn Mountainview, jr.

Utility, Spencer Sugg, Decatur, sophomore

Designated hitter (DH), Tommy Davis, Beamer, sr.

Second team

Catcher, Mark Wright, Federal Way, sr.

1B, Cameron Jarvis, Enumclaw, so.

1B, Marques Richards, Beamer, jr.

2B, Alex Sugi, Auburn Riverside, sr.

3B, Nate Weeldreyer, Auburn Mountainview, jr.

SS, Kenny Miller, Auburn Riverside, sr.

OF, Jordan Taylor, Beamer, sr.

OF, Darnell Calaguy, Thomas Jefferson, sr.

OF, Rylee Daugherty, Auburn Mountainview, sr.

P, Brayden Southcott, Enumclaw, sr.

P, Ayden Adams, Beamer, sr.

P, Tyler Hoeft, Federal Way, so.

Utility, Nick Orr, Decatur, jr.

DH, Rhett Stein, Auburn, so.

Honorable mention

Catcher, Jace Graves, Auburn, jr.

Catcher, Ryan Kvamme, Auburn Riverside, jr.

Catcher, Willis Cresswell, Auburn Mountainview, freshman

2B, Tyler Miller, Enumclaw, sr.

2B, Tyus Stanley, Decatur, sr.

2B, Evan Jilbert, Auburn, so.

3B, Ben Ray, Decatur, sr.

3B, Grant Harris, Auburn Mountainview, jr.

SS, Timothy Hughes, Decatur, sr.

OF, Zach Redelf, Auburn, sr.

OF, Jacob Link, Aubrun, sr.

OF, Bryce Thompson, Enumclaw, sr.

OF, Alex Bradshaw, Federal Way, so.

OF, Javon Forward, Auburn Riverside, so.

OF, Dylan Grenz, Auburn Riverside, jr.

OF, Tyler Houston, Decatur, sr.

OF, Ayden Adams, Beamer, sr.

P, Kyle Dunning, Enumclaw, jr.

P, Brandham Ponce, Federal Way, jr.

P, Nik Lancaster, Auburn Riverside, sr.

P, Quinton Fedor, Beamer, sr.

P, Blake Beck, Decatur, jr.

P, Brady Houston, Decatur, so.

Utility, Kamana Nahaku, Auburn Mountainview, so.

Utility, Trystan Plunkett, Beamer, jr.

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