Sequim’s Aiden Gockerell, left, and Port Angeles’ Blake Sohlberg, right were among four Olympic Peninsula players named to the Olympic League first teams offense and defense. Sequim’s Ayden Holland and Port Angeles’ Jason Hawes were also named. (Photos by Michael Dashiell and Keith Thorpe, Olympic Peninsula News Group and Peninsula Daily News)

Sequim’s Aiden Gockerell, left, and Port Angeles’ Blake Sohlberg, right were among four Olympic Peninsula players named to the Olympic League first teams offense and defense. Sequim’s Ayden Holland and Port Angeles’ Jason Hawes were also named. (Photos by Michael Dashiell and Keith Thorpe, Olympic Peninsula News Group and Peninsula Daily News)

ALL LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Sequim, PA put four players on Olympic League first teams

PORT ANGELES — Sequim’s Aiden Gockerell and Ayden Holland were joined by Port Angeles’ Blake Sohlberg and Jason Hawes in making All Olympic League first-team in football.

Gockerell, who had a number of 100-yard games rushing for the Wolves, made the team as a running back, while Sohlberg, the Roughriders’ leading receiver, made it as a wide receiver. Ayden Holland is an offensive lineman.

Gockerell also made the defensive first team as a defensive back. Hawes, who led the Roughriders in tackles, made first defensive team as a linebacker.

Making the second team offense was Port Angeles running back Kason Albaugh and offensive linemen Tanner Flores and Conner Martin.

Making the second team defense was Port Angeles defensive lineman Tom Arand and linebacker Landyn Jones.

The league most valuable player was North Kitsap wide receiver Logan Sloman, who helped lead the Vikings to the league championship. Olympic quarterback Justin Kelley was the offensive MVP while North Kitsap’s Sofian Hammou was the defensive MVP.

Full All-Olympic teams

MVP — Logan Sloman, NK.

Offensive MVP — Justin Kelley, Oly.

Defensive MVP — Sofian Hammou, NK.

First Team Offense

Quarterback — Cole Edwards, NK.

Running back — Aiden Gockerell, Seq.; Jayden Quenga, Brem.; Josh Gauyan, Oly.; Carter Dungy, NK.

Wide receiver — Blake Sohlberg, PA; Dakota Filer, NM; Luke Lavigne, Bain.; Luke Silva, Oly.

Tight end — Aaron Fitsemons, King.

Offensive line — Ayden Holland, Seq.; Dominic Price, Oly.; Bryce Ells, Brem.; Tyler Rose, King.; DeQuan Freeland, Oly.; Nate Thornton, NK.

First Team Defense

Defensive Line — Bryce Ells, Brem.; EJ Vialolo, NK; Jesus Mares, NK; Amileo Brown, Oly.; Keaton Crank, NM; Ethan Fore, NM.

Linebacker — Jason Hawes, PA; Jordan Reece, NK; Billy Staley, NK; Oliver Christian, Brem.; Silas McAvoy, Oly.; Caleb Currance, Bain.

Defensive Back — Aiden Gockerell, Seq.; Trenton Bulmer, Brem.; Benen Lawler, NK; Karsen Walsh, NK; Tristan Bluitt, Oly.; Micah Bryant, Bain.

First Team Special Teams

Kicker — Diego De Luna, NK.

Punter — Jackson Berry, Bain.

Returner — D’Shawn Harvison, Brem.

Second Team Offense

Quarterback — Brooks Arnim, King.

Running back — Kason Albaugh, PA; Oliver Christian, Brem.

Tight end — John Vertefeulle, Brem.

Offensive Line — Tanner Flores, PA; Conner Martin, PA; Ben Cardot, Oly.; Malachi Coots, Brem.; EJ Eialolo, NK; Cade Brown, NK.

Second Team Defense

Defensive Line — Tom Arand, PA; David Andrews, Brem; Charlie Odernett, Bain.; Wyatt Goade, Bain.

Linebacker — Landyn Jones, PA; Camden Singer, King.; Ethan Guerra, NK; Riley McCoy, Oly.; Jeff Utter, Bain.

Defensive Back — Jayden Quenga, Brem.; Cole McCormick, NM; Xavier Valenzuela, Oly.; Jeremiah Swain, Oly.; Matt Oppliger, NK; Johnny Breen, Bain.

Special Teams

Kicker — Evan Harvey, Brem.

Punter — Evan Harvey, Brem.

Returner — Dakota Filer, NM.

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