Talia Samuelson was a part of the Ravens’ division title season. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Talia Samuelson was a part of the Ravens’ division title season. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Ravens lead all-league selections

Coach Lewis, players honored for championship season

Several Auburn Riverside players earned All-North Puget Sound League Olympic Division girls soccer honors.

Talia Samuelson (senior, forward), Kayla Rydberg (sophomore, midfielder), Sydney Wate (junior defender) and Sierra Parshall (junior midfielder) made the first team.

Addie Saarenas (junior defender) and Bella Reckling (junior goalkeeper) were chosen to the second team.

Freshmen McKenzie Emmons, a defender, and Kiana Gutierrez, a forward, earned honorable mention.

Paul Lewis, who led the Ravens (12-3-3) to the division title and a berth in the district playoffs, was chosen NPSL Olympic Coach of the Year.

For Auburn Mountainview, goalie Jaelynn Ramsay and sophomore defenders Rachel Pierce and Logan Ramsay earned first-team honors.

Senior midfielders Teya Evans and Haley Secrest and junior midfielder Andrea Guiton made the second team.

Junior forward Addyson Jones and sophomore defender Megan Hamell earned honorable mention.

For Auburn, senior midfielder Francis Morrow and junior defender Shelby Clayton were chosen to the second team.

Honorable mention went to junior midfielder Emma Oehler and sophomore defenders Kaycee Valdez and Keilani Martin.


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