Beamer soccer’s Lindberg named NPSL Olympic Coach of the Year

  • Tuesday, May 16, 2017 11:14am
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The North Puget Sound League released its 2017 Boys Soccer All-League Selections on Tuesday:

Most Valuable Player: Erik De Anda (Auburn Mountainview)

Coach of the Year: Joel Lindberg (Beamer)

First Team

Angel Trejo-Delgado (Decatur); Dylan Alley (Beamer); Zak Gregg (Beamer); Austin Stafford (Beamer); JJ Allen (Beamer); Marcos Santos (Decatur); Mark Filimonov (Beamer); Luke Gregg (Beamer); Misa Alfaro (Decatur); Agustin Estrada-Salgado (Decatur); Ibrahim Yusef (Thomas Jefferson).

Second Team

Jeseus Topete (Federal Way); Emmanuel Musgrove (Decatur); Juan Iribe (Decatur); Zane Baumgardt (Federal Way); Marco Garcia (Thomas Jefferson); Greg Romero (Beamer); Alex Verdusco (Federal Way); Jose Barbosa (Decatur).

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