Two Knights earn first-team, all-league honors

Mar 22, 2018

King’s junior Elyon Zevenbergen earned Cascade Conference’s first-team, boys basketball recognition.

Zevenbergen helped lead the Knights to a sixth place finish at the 1A state tournament. Levi Bundrant and Nate Kleppe also were voted to the second team.

Kin’gs freshman Claire Gallagher was a first-team girls basketball selection.

Teammates Dominque Kirton and Mia Flor earned second-team recognition.

The Knights advanced to the Bi-District tournament this season and will return all of their players next season.

 

Cascade Conference

Boys basketball

First team: Ben Biddle, sr., Sultan; Trey Miller, sr., Archbishop Murphy; Rweha Munyagi, sr., Archbishop Murphy; Kody Newman, jr., South Whidbey; Elyon Zevenbergen, jr., King’s

Second team: Levi Bundrant, sr., King’s; Aaron Davenport, sr., Cedaracrest; Elias Lopez, sr. Sultan; Chris Busch, jr., Cedarcrest; Nate Kleppe, jr., King’s

MVP: Lewis Pope, sr., South Whidbey; George Reidy, sr., Cedar Park Christian

Coach of the Year: Michael Washington, South Whidbey

 

Girls basketball

First team: Megan Dorney, sr., Archbishop Murphy; Maddie Hill, sr., Archbishop Murphy; Olivia Riojas, sr., Archbishop Murphy; Madi Weir, sr., Cedarcrest; Claire Gallagher, fr., King’s

Second team: Natalie Hayward, sr., Archbishop Murphy; Haley Hill, sr., Cedarcrest; Sela Flynn, jr., Cedar Park Christian; Dominque Kirton, soph., King’s; Mia Flor, fr., King’s

MVP: Emily Rodabaugh, jr., Archbishop Murphy; Irena Korolenko, soph., Cedar Park Christian

Coach of the Year: Brad Knowles, Cedarcrest

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