Left, Sequim’s Taryn Johnson made first-team all Olympic League in girls soccer. She already holds the all-time Sequim High School scoring record even though she is just a junior. Right, Port Angeles midfielder Anna Petty (14), made the all-Olympic League first team in girls soccer for the second straight year. (Photos by Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group and Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Left, Sequim’s Taryn Johnson made first-team all Olympic League in girls soccer. She already holds the all-time Sequim High School scoring record even though she is just a junior. Right, Port Angeles midfielder Anna Petty (14), made the all-Olympic League first team in girls soccer for the second straight year. (Photos by Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group and Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

OLYMPIC LEAGUE GIRLS SOCCER: Port Angeles’ Petty and Commerton joined by Sequim’s Johnson on first team all-league

PORT ANGELES — Record-breaking goal-scorer Tayrn Johnson of Sequim was joined by Port Angeles’ Anna Petty and Saylah Commerton as they were all named to the Olympic League first team for girls soccer.

It was the second straight year that all three players made the Olympic League first team. Petty and Commerton are both seniors while Johnson is a junior and will return for the Wolves next year.

Johnson set the record for most goals by a Sequim player this season. Petty was a midfielder for the Roughriders while Commerton was a goalkeeper.

Johnson set the all-time Sequim record with 42 career goals, a tally she will continue to add on to next year.

Commerton was part of 11 shutouts for the Riders her junior year and seven more this year. Coach Dan Horton called Petty a “coach on the field” for the Riders. Petty capped off her high school career with a two-goal game in the district playoffs to help beat Bremerton.

Saylah Commerton.

Saylah Commerton.

Making the second team was Port Angeles midfielder Isabelle Felton and Piper Williams. Sequim midfielder Jennyfer Gomez also made second team.

Winning the team’s sportsmanship awards were Lilly Sanders for Port Angeles and Aliyah Weber for Sequim.

The most valuable player was Claire Warthen of Bremerton.

Full all-Olympic League girls soccer teams

First team

Saylah Commerton, PA, GK; Anna Petty, PA, Mid,; Taryn Johnson, Seq., F; Evelyn Beers, NK, Mid.; Elizabeth Garcia-Escobedo, Brem., D; Leighton Menge, King., GK; Ellie Murray, Bain., F.; Avery Pujoler, Bain., F; Grace Rich, Bain., D.; Kaitlyn Richins, Oly., F; Meegan Theriault, D, NK; Tyra Zetty, NK, D.

Second team

Isabelle Felton, PA, Mid.; Piper Williams, PA, Mid.; Jennyfer Gomez, Seq., Mid.; Seraphina Bell, Oly., Mid.; Arden De Lanoy, Bain., D; Maya Fletcher, Bain., Mid.; Tessa Griffey, NM, Mid./D; Megan Hauschild, Bain., GK; Syleena Hogan, Mid. NK; Olivia McGinness, NM, D; Marisol Popoca-Pablo, Brem, D; Caitlin Tobin, NK, GK; Ellie Young, NK, F; Katie Zehrung, King., D.

Sportsmanship

Lilly Sanders, D, PA; Alliyah Weber, Seq., Mid.; Mia Hale, Bain. D; Sydnee Hogan, NK, Mid.; Tulip Carter, Brem., F/D; Kaylee Cushman, Oly., Mid., Katie Zehrung, King., D.; Audrey Johnson, NM, F.

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