CWAC North all-league football; Othello’s Isaiah Perez Defensive MVP

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Rodney Harwood/Columbia Basin Herald Othello linebacker Anthony Veliz was second team all-league.

Offensive MVP: Alex Hampton, East Valley

Defensive MVP: Isaiah Perez, Othello

Coach of the Year: Jay Mills, Ephrata staff

Sportsmanship: Quincy High School

First-team offense: Zach McAllister, center, East Valley, 12; Landon Davis, guard, Ephrata, 12; Tayler Blume, guard, Ellensburg, 10; Kyle Mills, tackle, Quincy, 12; Ben Vick, tackle, Ellensburg, 10; Trevor Hilmes, running back, Othello, 12; Kenny Lewis, running back, East Valley, 12; Trace Townsend, running back, Ellensburg, 12; Kyler Villarreal, utility player, Othello, 12; Alex Hampton, quarterback, East Valley, 12; Chase Oldham, tight end, East Valley, 12; Hunter James, tight end, Ephrata, 11; Gates Petersen, wide receiver, Quincy, 12; Carlos Solario, wide receiver, Quincy, 12; Jake Oxos, wide receiver, Ephrata, 12.

Second-team offense: James England, center, Ellensburg, 12; Lukas Bafus, guard, Ephrata, 12; Michael Toby, guard, East Valley, 10; Cody Follett, tackle, Ephrata, 12; Randy Hodges, tackle, Quincy, 12; Leeland Burleson, running back, Ephrata, 12; Logan Mallick, running back, Ellensburg, 10; Isaiah Perez, running back, Othello, 10; Brady Gibson, utility player, Ellensburg, 12; Zac Berryman, quarterback, Ephrata, 12; Tyson Thornton, tight end, Quincy, 12; Chris Walker, wide receiver, Ephrata, 12.

First-team defense: Carlos Solario, cornerback, Quincy; Patrick Azevedo, cornerback, Othello; Max Hagler, safety, East Valley; Spencer Conaway, safety, Ellensburg; Alejandro Gonzalez, safety, Othello; Cade Stevenson, defensive tackle, Ellensburg; Logan Halaapiapi, defensive tackle, Ellensburg; Gavan Allen, defensive end, Ephrata; Isaiah Perez, defensive end, Othello; Leeland Burleson, inside linebacker, Ephrata; Trevor Hilmes, inside linebacker, Othello; Riley Mace, outside linebacker, Ellensburg; Sam Azevedo, outside linebacker, Othello.

Second-team defense: Efrain Palomores, cornerback, Othello; Tyson Thornton, safety, Quincy; Royal Jones, defensive tackle, East Valley; Carl Randolph, defensive end, East Valley; Kyle Mills, defensive end, Quincy; Miguel Preciado, inside linebacker, Quincy; Anthony Veliz, inside linebacker, Othello; Jake Oxos, outside linebacker, Ephrata; Alex Hampton, outside linebacker, East Valley.

First-team specialty: Josh Benthem, punter, Ephrata; Josh Benthem, kicker, Ephrata; Alex Hampton, returner, East Valley.

Second-team specialty: Alex Hampton, punter, East Valley; Patrick Azevedo, kicker, Othello; Trace Townsend, returner, Ellensburg.

CWAC volleyball

Player of the Year: Tia Andaya, Ellensburg

Coach of the Year: Wendy Meirndorf, Prosser

Sportsmanship: Grandview

First team: Maddy Quigley, Selah, outside hitter, 12; Taylor Breksinski, Selah, libero, 12; Kayla Lind, Prosser, setter, 11; Ashley Ripplinger, Prosser, middle hitter, 11; Leah Blakney, Prosser, middle hitter, 12; Madison Martin, Ephrata, middle, 12; Kiana Miller, Ephrata, libero, 12; Tia Andaya, Ellensburg, setter/outside hitter, 11.

Second team: Payton Lysski, Ellensburg, outside hitter, 10; Leah Stueckle, Ellensburg, libero, 10; Grace Oldham, Ellensburg, outside hitter, 10; Samantha Dexter, Selah, setter/defensive specialist, 12; Corina Garza, East Valley, outside hitter/middle blocker, 12; Monetia Garza, East Valley, right side, 12; Bailey Duis, Grandview, middle, 10; Hannah Goodspeed, Ephrata, middle, 12.

Honorable mention: Shauny Fisk, Ellensburg, outside hitter, 10; Maia Valencia, Ellensburg, setter, 10; Catherine Bechard, Selah, middle blocker/outside hitter, 11; Cheyenne Rath, Selah, right side, 11; Corinne Pettyjohn, Selah, middle blocker, 12; Brandi Groeneveld, Prosser, libero, 12; Kylie Colson, Prosser, outside hitter, 12; Cassidy Eucker, Grandview, outside hitter, 11; Mykiah Hollenbeck, Othello, outside hitter, 12; Morgan Kleyn, Quincy, outside hitter, 11.

CWAC cross country


Runner of the Year: Daniel Callahan, Selah

Coach of the Year: Rick Becker, Selah

Sportsmanship: Selah/Ellensburg

First team: Daniel Callahan, Selah; Dominic Mathias, Ellensburg; Shea Mattson, Selah; Haiden Drury, Toppenish; Lorenzo Alvarado, Wapato; Christoper Urakawa, Selah; Anders Ott, Ellensburg.

Second team: Gideon Bolton, Selah, Kolby Tune, Ephrata; Isak Larson, Ellensburg; Adrian Benitez, Grandview; Gonzalo Birrueta, Quincy; Noe Lopez, Wapato; Andres Keith, Ellensburg.

Honorable mention: Reese Braman, Ellensburg; Trysten Crawford, Selah; Patrick Adkisson, Ellensburg; David Maldonado, Othello; Anthony Sanchez, Toppenish; Anthony Gonzales, Grandview.


Runner of the Year: Molly Mattson, Selah

Coach of the Year: Kelly Mattson, Selah

Sportsmanship: Ellensburg

First team: Molly Mattson, Selah; Uhuru Hashimoto, Ellensburg; Kaylea Hartman, Selah; Emily Dittmer, Ellensburg; Leah Holmgren, Ellensburg; Karen Billingsley, Ephrata; Bryn Heikes, Quincy.

Second team: Anna Swedin, Selah; Natalie Andreas, East Valley; Audrey Piacsek, Ellensburg; Ketra Pope, Selah; Nati Vermulm, Prosser; Janealle Sutterlict, Wapato; Jane Kennedy, Quincy.

Honorable mention: Haley Benedetti, East Valley; Elisa Wallace, Ellensburg; Dagny Ahrend, Ephrata; Charis Williams, Selah; Andrea Inguanzo, Toppenish; Madison Thompson, Ellensburg.

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