2A GSHL All-League teams for volleyball, soccer, football

2A Greater St. Helens League
All-League Teams

Coaches have selected the best of the best

VOLLEYBALL

Player of the year:

Elyse Booker of Woodland
Elyse Booker of Woodland

Elyse Booker, Woodland

First Team:

Anika Nicoll, Ridgefield
Delaney Nicoll, Ridgefield
Haley Paul, Ridgefield
Emily Johnson, Washougal
Taylor Foster, Woodland
Vanessa Franke, Woodland
Klara Hofmanova, R.A. Long

Second Team:

Maddie Sheron, Columbia River
Lexi Williams, Columbia River
Grace Russell, Hockinson
Kaylee Baldwin, Washougal
Emma Swett, Woodland
Aili Huhta, Mark Morris
Megan Gehard, R.A. Long

Coach of the year:

Mallorie Henker, Washougal

SOCCER

Natalie Johnson of Hockinson
Natalie Johnson of Hockinson

Players of the year:

Natalie Johnson, Hockinson (Offense)

Sophie Landers, Columbia River (Defense)

First Team:

Columbia River: Sophia Skimas, Yaneisy Rodriguez, and Katie Colson.
Hockinson: Jenna Talarico and Alyssa Chapin.
Ridgefield: Annika Farley.
Washougal: Hannah Eakins.
Woodland: Elizabeth Aceveda.
Mark Morris: Kalina Makaiwi.
R.A. Long: Maddie Wolf and Abbie Anderson.

Sophie Landers of Columbia River
Sophie Landers of Columbia River

 

Second Team:

Columbia River: Shalece Easley and Sarah Givvines
Hockinson: Brooke Grosz, Allyson Findlay, and Alivia Quitugua
Ridgefield: Taylor Hope and Brooke Weese
Washougal: Lauren Snedeker
Woodland: Emmerson Finn
Mark Morris: Shana Busch
R.A. Long: Maddie Reece

FOOTBALL

Players of the year:

Hockinson quarterback Canon Racanelli (12) was named the Offensive Player of the Year by a vote of the Class 2A Greater St. Helens League coaches. Photo by Mike Schultz
Hockinson quarterback Canon Racanelli (12) was named the Offensive Player of the Year by a vote of the Class 2A Greater St. Helens League coaches. Photo by Mike Schultz

Canon Racanelli, QB, Hockinson (Offense)
Koben Jamison, LB, Columbia River (Defense)

First Team:

QB: Wyatt Harsh, Woodland
RB: Kade Coons, Washougal
WR: Sawyer Racanelli, Hockinson; Peyton Brammer, Hockinson; Alex Bishop, Woodland
TE: Jake Beslanowitch, Hockinson
OL: Beau Braden, Columbia River; Ryan Sleasman, Hockinson; Kordell Johnson, Hockinson; Jackson Lindell, Washougal; Alex Wakefield, Woodland
K: Ryan Stevens, Washougal

DL: Logan Wilson, Columbia River; Kyle Brabec, Hockinson; Jack Ripp, Woodland; Jacob Flanagan, Woodland
LB: Riley Sadler, Columbia River; Colton Wheeler, Hockinson; Jonathan Domingos, Hockinson; Noah Mijia, Mark Morris
DB: Tyler Flanagan, Woodland; Nathan Kunz, Columbia River; Matt Henry, Hockinson; Dawson Fritz, Mark Morris
P: Jonathan Flurry, Ridgefield

Columbia River’s Koben Jamison (5) is shown here carrying the football in a playoff game against Black Hills. Jamison was named the Defensive Player of the Year by the Class 2A Greater St. Helens League football coaches. Photo by Mike Schultz.
Columbia River’s Koben Jamison (5) is shown here carrying the football in a playoff game against Black Hills. Jamison was named the Defensive Player of the Year by the Class 2A Greater St. Helens League football coaches. Photo by Mike Schultz.

 

Second Team

QB: Owen Enriquez, R.A. Long
RB: Jeremy Martin, Ridgefield
WR: Kanen Eaton, Columbia River; Nathan Kunz, Columbia River; Christian Yager, Woodland; Conner Wallace, R.A. Long
TE: Grant Lewis, Washougal
OL: Jonah Leavitt, Columbia River; Takumi Veley, Hockinson; Ian Harris, Washougal; Aidan Bristol Washougal; Dakota Andelman, Washougal

DL: Brock Harrison, Ridgefield; Tristan Hoyer, Columbia River; Nick Oakes, Washougal; Nashovi Dachtler, Mark Morris
LB: Kenyon Guy, Woodland; Nathan Tofell, Washougal; Brevan Bea, Washougal; Parker Reeves, R.A. Long
DB: Kanen Eaton, Columbia River; Aidan Mallory, Hockinson; Wyatt Jones, Hockinson; Ryan Stevens, Washougal

Coach of the year:

Rick Steele, Hockinson

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Paul Valencia joins ClarkCountyToday.com after more than two decades of newspaper experience. He became the face of high school sports coverage in Clark County during his 17 years at The Columbian. Before moving to Vancouver, Paul worked at Oregon daily newspapers in Pendleton, Roseburg, and Salem. A graduate of David Douglas High School in Portland, Paul enlisted in the U.S. Army, serving three years as a soldier/journalist. He and his wife Jenny recently celebrated their 20th anniversary. They have a son who has a passion for karate and Minecraft. Paul’s hobbies include: Watching the Raiders play football, reading about the Raiders playing football, and waiting to watch and read about the Raiders playing football.

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