FWHS senior Jaden McDaniels prepares to dunk at the Dec. 11 game against Decatur. McDaniels was voted All League MVP for the 4A NSPL Olympic Division. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

FWHS senior Jaden McDaniels prepares to dunk at the Dec. 11 game against Decatur. McDaniels was voted All League MVP for the 4A NSPL Olympic Division. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

NPSL 4A All-League honors for girls, boys basketball

TBHS junior Aaliyah Alexander, FWHS senior Jaden McDaniels named Most Valuable Players.

Undefeated league seasons have led to All-League honors for several boys and girls basketball players across the city.

Federal Way Eagles boys basketball team and Todd Beamer Titans girls basketball team both finished with victorious league records of 14-0.

Last weekend, the Eagles won the North Puget Sound League tournament with a 89-52 win against Kentridge; the Todd Beamer lady Titans placed second in the NPSL with a 78-51 loss to Kentridge on Feb. 2.

Both teams are competing for postseason advancement during the 4A West Central/Southwest District tournament which runs until Saturday, Feb. 16 at various sites.

NPSL 2019 Boys Basketball All-League honors: Olympic Divison

Most Valuable Player: Federal Way High School senior Jaden McDaniels

Coach of the Year: Decatur boys basketball head coach Jeff Forbes

First Team:

FWHS junior Tari Eason

TJHS senior Geno White

Decatur senior Kevin Robello

Second Team:

FWHS senior Jalen Womack

FWHS junior Bradley Graham

FWHS senior Jishai Miller

Third Team:

TBHS senior Termaine Christopher

TJHS senior Javon Smith

NPSL 2019 Girls Basketball All-League honors: Olympic Division

Most Valuable Player: TBHS junior Aaliyah Alexander

First Team:

TJHS junior Hailey Still

TBHS junior Sharay Trotter

Second Team:

Decatur junior Ramona Jagger

TBHS junior Halo Parks

All Defensive Team:

TBHS junior Aaliyah Alexander

TJHS junior Gjianni White

TBHS junior Sharay Trotter

Decatur boys basketball head coach Jeff Forbes, right, was voted All League Coach of the Year for the 4A North Puget Sound League Olympic Division. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

Decatur boys basketball head coach Jeff Forbes, right, was voted All League Coach of the Year for the 4A North Puget Sound League Olympic Division. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

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