All-NLC soccer awards posted

All-NLC soccer awards posted

The all-Northern Lights Conference awards were announced last weekend during the tournament. The awards follow:

All-Northern Lights Conference

Boys Player of the Year — Ben Atkinson, Colony.

Boys Coach of the Year — John Morton, Kenai.

Girls Player of the Year — Kylee Wolfe, Soldotna.

Girls Coach of the Year — Harmony Chadwick, Palmer.

Boys first team

Kyle Bolam, Colony; Wren Norwood, Kenai; Ethan Keenan, Wasilla; Quinn Daugharty, Homer; TJ Wagoner, Kenai; Austin Richardson, Colony; Tyler Fenton, Soldotna; Oleg Lozko, Wasilla; Chandler Jones, Palmer; Chris Olsen, Colony; John Walsworth, Homer; Harrison Menard, Colony; Cash McGregor, Wasilla.

Boys second team

Coby Smith, Grace; Josiah Williams, Wasilla; Garrett Feller, Nikiski; Kayne North, Soldotna; Nathan Narlock, Kenai; Sean Haley, Colony; Daniel Adams, Palmer; Josh Beverage, Grace; Kenneth Schneider, Homer; Alex Fonov, Wasilla; Joel Santos, Grace; R.J. Kinmon, Wasilla; Dylan Sanders, Grace; Trevor Shirnberg, Kenai; Asher Dale, Colony.

Girls first team

Anne Woodings, Palmer; Ally Hull, Wasilla; Taryn McCubbins, Soldotna; Bayli Jenski, Colony; Aspen Daigle, Homer; Rebecca Mackey, Colony; Kat Godden, Palmer; Rachel Thompson, Nikiski; Maggie Koplin, Homer; Katrina Wood, Grace; Alexa Starr, Wasilla; Julie Litchfield, Soldotna; Heidi Perkins, Kenai; Kylee Wolfe, Soldotna.

Girls second team

Jodie Ritchie, Wasilla; Dakota Axtell, Grace; Jana Jenkins, Colony; Corby Brooke, Palmer; Laura Aslynn, Grace; Katelynn Kerkvliet, Soldotna; Mady Gerard, Homer; Alia Donnely, Wasilla; Kalie Higgins, Grace; Alex Ashe, Soldotna; Kianna Hawk, Wasilla; Katherine McCall, Palmer; Teyonnah Williams, Wasilla; Kylie Morse, Kenai.

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