Auburn Riverside junior Stephanie Igwala fights for the ball during NPSL Olympic play against Auburn earlier this season. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Auburn Riverside junior Stephanie Igwala fights for the ball during NPSL Olympic play against Auburn earlier this season. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Standout trio leads NPSL Olympic first-team lineup

Auburn Mountainview’ s Taylor Flores, Auburn’s Emily Strojan and Auburn Riverside’s Stephanie Igwala made the North Puget Sound League Olympic Division girls basketball first team as chosen by coaches.

Auburn’s Jon Price shared top coaching honors with Enumclaw’s Ted Carlson.

The selections:


Aaliyah Alexander, Todd Beamer, junior

First Team

Hailey Still, Thomas Jefferson, junior

Taylor Flores, Auburn Mountainview, senior

Emily Strojan, Auburn, junior

Stephanie Igwala, Auburn Riverside, junior

Sharay Trotter, TB, junior

Second Team

Hayley Flores, AM, Sophomore

Ramona Jagger, Decatur, junior

Sydney Brazier, Enumclaw, junior

Halo Parks, TB, junior

Brooke Dye, AR, senior

Third Team

Jesslyn Huizenga, Enumclaw, junior

Jaya Harshman, Auburn, junior

Carol Chikusa, AR, junior

Sawyer Anderson, Enumclaw, junior

Becca Lindberg, Enumclaw, senior

All-Defensive Team

Aaliyah Alexander, TB, junior

Stephanie Igwala, AR, junior

Alerjah Hill, Auburn, junior

Gjianni White, TJ, junior

Sharay Trotter, TB, junior

Co-Coaches of the Year

Jon Price, Auburn

Ted Carlson, Enumclaw

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