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4A SPSL all-league girls basketball: Bellarmine’s Shalyse Smith earns league MVP

Bellarmine's Shalyse Smith was selected as the 4A SPSL’s most valuable player for the 2016-17 season.
Bellarmine's Shalyse Smith was selected as the 4A SPSL’s most valuable player for the 2016-17 season. Staff photographer

4A SPSL ALL-LEAGUE GIRLS BASKETBALL

Most valuable player – Shalyse Smith, Bellarmine Prep, jr.

Defensive player of the year – Madeline Garcia, Bellarmine Prep, jr.

Coach of the year – Kevin Meines, Bellarmine Prep

Band of the year – Sumner

Sportsmanship award – Sumner

Official of the year – Frank Manowski

FIRST TEAM

Jessi Westering, Rogers, sr.

Raigan Barrett, Rogers, fr.

Amelia Ack, Olympia, sr.

Reyelle Frazier, Bellarmine Prep, so.

Kaelin Williams-Kennedy, Curtis, sr.

SECOND TEAM

Jalaiya Frederick, Curtis, jr.

Jill Harris, Emerald Ridge, so.

Tristen Coltom, Rogers, sr.

Sophie Dewitt, Puyallup, sr.

Savannah Fickle, Emerald Ridge, fr.

Jenny Hagel, Bellarmine Prep, jr.

HONORABLE MENTION

Joy Mahnken, Sumner, sr.

Mikayla Schwing, Emerald Ridge, sr.

Sophie Wicker, Rogers, jr.

Ellie Hamel, Rogers, jr.

Hailey Marsh, Curtis, sr.

Mary Joyce, Bellarmine Prep, sr.

Jiselle Woodson, South Kitsap, so.

Averie Stock, Olympia, jr.

Madeline Garcia, Bellarmine Prep, jr.

Kayrena Taylor, Curtis, fr.

Kennedy Cutter, Sumner, jr.

Miranda Neal, Olympia, jr.

Ciara Gatpatan, Bellarmine Prep, so.

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Madison Salisbury, Puyallup, sr.

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