Federal Way’s Brandham Ponce was selected as the NPSL MVP. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

Federal Way’s Brandham Ponce was selected as the NPSL MVP. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

Baseball NPSL All-League teams announced

Players from all four Federal Way high schools selected for top league honors.

The 4A North Puget Sound League Olympic Division announced the all-league team honors for boys baseball, proving athletes from Federal Way dominate more than just the field.

Players from all four Federal Way high schools earned spots on the NPSL All-League teams, as well as Federal Way Eagles baseball head coach Arlo Evasick.

Baseball is just as much of a team sport to Evasick as it is for his athletes.

“I’ve said this for four straight years — if I don’t have good players, this award never happens,” Evasick said. “It’s more of a team award. This team makes it easy.”

Coach of the Year

Federal Way High School head coach Arlo Evasick was selected as co-Coach of the Year along with Enumclaw’s Eric Fiedler.

Most Valuable Player

Federal Way senior Brandham Ponce

First team

First base: Todd Beamer senior Marques Richards

Shortstop: Todd Beamer junior Nate Clow

Outfield: Federal Way senior Josh Mears; Todd Beamer senior Trystan Plunkett

Pitcher: Todd Beamer junior Nate Clow; Decatur junior Brady Houston; Federal Way junior Tyler Hoeft

Second team

Catcher: Decatur junior Spencer Sugg

First base: Decatur senior Nick Orr

Second base: Federal Way junior Abiel Gonzalez

Third base: Decatur junior Brady Houston

Outfield: Federal Way junior Alex Bradshaw; Decatur senior Devine Ayemere

Utility: Federal Way senior Kaden Kirschenbaum

Designated hitter: Federal Way junior Adam Taylor

Pitcher: Federal Way junior Carter Berry

Honorable mention

Second base: Todd Beamer junior Issak Thomas

Shortstop: Decatur sophomore Daniel Goon

Outfield: Decatur junior Elijah Bakam; Thomas Jefferson senior Garrett Lutz

Pitcher: Todd Beamer senior Marques Richards; Decatur senior Blake Beck

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