Local high school bowlers take All-League honor teams by force

Decatur senior Ruth Magana voted MVP; Federal Way’s Sami Isaacs deemed Coach of the Year by NPSL.

All-League bowling selections for the North Puget Sound League have been announced, with Federal Way High School athletes securing most of the first and second team honors.

Decatur girls bowling won their second consecutive North Puget Sound League and West Central District championships, while topping off the season with an appearance at the WIAA 4A state bowling tournament, placing eighth as a team.

Thomas Jefferson took second in leagues and placed sixth in districts.

Federal Way finished third in the NPSL and seventh at the district tournament. The Eagles also became academic state champions for the team’s average GPA of 3.96.

Todd Beamer finished their season placing fourth in the NPSL.

The 2019-2020 North Puget Sound League Bowling All League selections

League MVP

Decatur senior Ruth Magana

Coach of the Year

Federal Way head coach Sami Isaacs

First Team All – NPSL

Ashna Narayan – Todd Beamer

Natalie Hansen – Decatur

Angela Luke – Decatur

Corina Aguon-Africa – Federal Way

Sydney Elicker – Kennedy Catholic

Aimee Jun – Thomas Jefferson

Second Team All – NPSL

Lorali Owens – Todd Beamer

Rosa Tran – Todd Beamer

Kaeley Eves – Decatur

Katie Combs – Decatur

Ylianna Walters – Federal Way

Emily DeBoer – Thomas Jefferson

Honorable Mention All-League

Lyv Beckner – Decatur

Madison Baker – Federal Way

Frida Jacobo – Federal Way

Gisselle Ruiz-Martinez – Hazen

Katie Fuchs – Hazen

Kate Corneliuson – Kennedy Catholic

Sophia Moore – Kennedy Catholic

Evie Stillgebauer – Thomas Jefferson

Jessica Curette – Thomas Jefferson


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