FOOTBALL: Four Quilcene players named to all-league team

QUILCENE — Four members of the Quilcene football squad were named to the First Team Offense and First Team Defense for the Sea-Tac 1B All-League football team.

Rangers running back Ace Elkins and offensive lineman Hayes Beathard made First Team Offense, while Acea Such made First Team Defense as a defensive lineman and Jarod Smith as a defensive back.

Rangers’ tight end Robert Comstock made the Second Team Offense.

Most Valuable Player: Parker Talen, QB, Tacoma Baptist

Coach of the Year: Jeff Nelson, Rainier Christian

Sportsmanship Award: Seattle Lutheran

First Team Offense

Caleb Jaime, QB, Rainier Christian; Isaih Dowding Albrecht, QB, Seattle Lutheran; Hayes Beathard, OL, Quilcene; Caleb Curry, OL, Tacoma Baptist, Dustin Lirazan, RB, TB; Logan Hanbey, RB, RC, Ace Elkins, RB, Quilcene; Josh Meyer, WR, Seattle Lutehran; Ryan Ratliff, K, TB.

Second Team Offense

Eli Clark, OL, SL; Robert Comstock, OL, Quilcene; Dante Bronson, RB, Muckleshoot; Roberto Duenez, RB, SL; Landen Bruce, WR, RC.

First Team Defense

Noah Leaman, DL, TB; Acea Such, DL, Quilcene; Jonah Bond, DL, Evergreen Lutheran; Logan Hanbey, LB, Rainier Christian; Logan Kitselman, LB, TB; Caleb Jaime, LB, RC; Dalen Wilber, DB, TB; Jarod Smith, DB, Quilcene; Ryan Lorette, DB, Evergreen Lutheran.

Second Team Defense

Doug Stone, DL, TB; Ryan Circelli, LB, EL; Shawn Coombs, LB, Muckleshoot.

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