Thomas Jefferson vs. Auburn in May 2019. Olivia Sullivan/Sound Publishing

Thomas Jefferson vs. Auburn in May 2019. Olivia Sullivan/Sound Publishing

Local students receive NPSL All-League softball honors

Justyce Porter of Thomas Jefferson High School named NPSL 3A softball Pitcher of the Year.

The North Puget Sound League recently announced the 3A All-League softball selections.

League Most Valuable Player: Raquel Reising, Auburn Riverside

Pitcher of the Year: Justyce Porter, Thomas Jefferson

Coach of the Year: Bryce Strand, Auburn Riverside

First Team honors

Pitcher – Tallie Vincent, Kentlake senior

Catcher – Hannah Tyree, Todd Beamer senior

Infield – Perla Duran, Auburn Mountainview senior; Sadie Jensen, Auburn Riverside junior; Taylor Minton, Auburn Mountainview sophomore; Kaycee Palomo, Thomas Jefferson sophomore; Taylor Wong, Kentlake senior

Outfield – Kaitlyn Anardi, Auburn Riverside junior; Alashae Bell, Auburn Mountainview senior; Cady Wilton, Kentlake senior; Bailey Wolf, Thomas Jefferson senior

Utility – Sammy Bolton, Kentlake sophomore

Designated Player – Emily Blubaugh, Auburn Riverside senior

Second Team honors

Pitcher – Lexi Vicks, Auburn Riverside freshman

Catcher – Melina Ness, Auburn Riverside junior

Infield – Bailee Brader, Auburn Riverside freshman; Elissa Frank, Auburn Riverside junior; Aubree Muxen, Auburn Riverside sophomore; Jennifer Sanchez-Acosta, Thomas Jefferson senior; Page Yandel, Kentlake junior

Outfield – Makenna McDaniel, Auburn junior; Lily McMullen, Auburn Mountainview freshman; Nicki Renner, Thomas Jefferson senior

Utility – Ashley Fieser, Auburn Mountainview senior

Desginated Player – Gracie Jo Olson, Auburn senior

Honorable mentions

Pitcher – Karen Cervantes, Todd Beamer freshman

Catcher – Hallie Mathews, Thomas Jefferson sophomore

Infield – Lauren Baas, Thomas Jefferson freshman; Neviah Johnson, Auburn Mountainview freshman; Kirsten Terwillegar, Kentlake junior; Lauren Vanderpuy, Auburn sophomore

Outfield – Elyse Honeysett, Auburn freshman; Ava Heitman, Thomas Jefferson freshman; Makena Madsen, Auburn Mountainview junior; Mayzie Smith, Kentlake sophomore

Designated Player – Savanah Salogo, Auburn Riverside junior

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