Cruisers receive All-League recognition

Now that spring sports have come to an end with the culmination of the state championships for all the high school sports, a number of Eatonville High School athletes were voted to the All-League list by the coaches in the Evergreen 1A Conference for their outstanding performances this spring season.

The most decorated team was the Eatonville High School fastpitch team who placed third in the state this season after winning the Evergreen Conference league title and the Southwestern Washington District IV title.

Senior Hailey Rath was named the league's offensive Most Valuable Player after leading not only the league but the entire state in home runs this season with 24.

Picking up first-team honors for the Cruisers were Brooke Blocker (C), Berkeley Porter (P/Utility), Dakota Smith (3B), Mary Chabot (SS) and Sara Smith (P/1B). The Eatonville coaching staff was named the Coaching Staff of the Year.

Eatonville baseball had five players selected to the list. Picking up first-team honors were Jakob Lucht (INF), Blain Hanly (INF), Payton Hanly (OF) and Ashton Meyer (P). Brandon Storm (OF) received second-team honors.

Boys soccer had Sebastian Montes De Oca Molina and Kevin Tomyn selected to the second team, while Riley Rockey was given honorable mention honors.

Girls tennis also had a few athletes make the all-league list. Both members of the doubles team that finished in the top eight at state, Erin Mitchell and Cassidy Foster, were given second-team honors.

The Evergreen Conference does not hand out all-league awards for track and field, but a number of Cruisers had strong seasons and made it to the state competition, including Job Kralik, Austin Wicker, Kyle Cox, Tristan Lewis, Joseph Mueller, Ethan Carter, Jake Wood and Alex Lambert.



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