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Coupeville trio earns 1st-team honors
Three Coupeville High School spring athletes received first-team, all-Cascade Conference honors this season.
Ben Etzell topped the list. The senior baseball player was named the Cascade Conference’s Most Valuable Player, the first MVP award for the Wolves from any sport since joining the league. In an additional honor, Etzell was chosen for the all-state series played in Yakima this weekend. He will be among the four 18-player teams in the games.
Junior golfer Christine Fields picked up her second-straight first-team honor after being named to the second team as a freshman.
Senior infielder Madeline Roberts was first-team softball honoree after three years of making the honorable mention list.
Wolves picking up second-team honors were sophomore Makana Stone (track, 400), senior Jake Tumblin (baseball, catcher), senior Kurtis Smith (baseball, outfield), junior Josh Bayne (baseball, infield), junior Aaron Trumbull (baseball, infield), senior Brett Arnold (soccer, defender), senior Sean Donley (soccer, midfielder), sophomore Abraham Leyva Elenes (soccer, forward), senior Bree Messner (softball, catcher) and junior Hailey Hammer (softball, infield).
Coupeville honorable mention selections were C.J. Smith (baseball) and McKayla Bailey (softball).
The Cascade Conference does not name an all-league team in tennis.