Forks’ Chloe Gaydeski delivers a pitch against Pe Ell/Willapa Valley. Gaydeski was named to the first-team all-Pacific League softball team, along with four of her teammates. (Eric Trent/The Chronicle)

Forks’ Chloe Gaydeski delivers a pitch against Pe Ell/Willapa Valley. Gaydeski was named to the first-team all-Pacific League softball team, along with four of her teammates. (Eric Trent/The Chronicle)

PACIFIC 2B LEAGUE SOFTBALL: Spartans get five players on first team

FORKS — The Forks softball team dominated the all-Pacific League teams, getting five players on the first team and another three players on the second and honorable mention teams.

Making the first team were pitcher Chloe Gaydeski, Elizabeth Soto, sisters Bailey and Keira Johnson and Kaidence Rigby. These five players helped lead the Spartans to an undefeated record in the Pacific 2B league, a second-place finish at the district tournament and a trip to the state 2B tournament. The Spartans finished 17-8-1 overall.

Making the second team was Fynlie Peters, and making the honorable mention team was Karee Neel and Kendsie Thompson.

Keira Johnson, Soto and Rigby are all seniors who were also a big part of Forks’ second-place finish at state in 2023. The rest of the all-league selections are quite young as Bailey Johnson, Peters and Neel are all freshmen and Gaydeski is a sophomore.

The Pacific 2B League most valuable player was Jessie Gilbert of Ocosta.

Full teams include:

Pacific 2B league softball

MVP: Jessie Gilbert, Ocosta.

First team: Chloe Gaydeski, Forks; Elizabeth Soto, Forks; Bailey Johnson, Forks, Keira Johnson, Forks; Kaidence Rigby, Forks; Lauren Emery, PWV; Lauren Matlock, PWV; Karli Phelps, PWV; Emma Galizer, RSB; Kassie Koski, RSB; Ava Pine, RSB; Kydnal Koski, RSB; Joanah Rosander, Ocosta; Brynn Rasmus, Ocosta; Noel Cuzdey, Ocosta.

Second team: Fynlie Peters, Forks; Megan Dillie, Ilwaco; Mikaila Warfield, Ilwaco; Ashlee Payne, RSB; Berklee Morley, RSB; Jolissa Schlegal, Ocosta; Zaida Morales, Ocosta; Kylee Lyons, PWV; CJ Sipp, PWV; Sophia Milanowski, PWV.

Honorable mention: Kendsie Thompson, Forks; Karee Neel, Forks; Samantha Schlegel, Ocosta; Elia Yates, CL; Cryolee Rutledge, CL; Peyton Beck, NB; Maylyn Turner, NB; Kaylee Anderson, Ilwaco; Kaitlyn Banuet, Ilwaco; Eliza Barnum, PWV; Tylar Keeton, PWV; Macey Enlow, RSB; Summer Stigall, RSB.

Nisqually All-League

PORT TOWNSEND — East Jefferson’s Simon Barlow made the 2024 All-Nisqually League boys soccer second team.

East Jefferson got three players on the honorable mention team. They include Emilio Lopez, Edu Martinez and Rene Martin.

The Nisqually League MVP was Kyle Hughes of Cascade Christian while the Offensive Player of the Year was freshman Mason Haynes of Vashon. Gavin Keenan of Vashon was the Defensive Player of the Year and the Goalkeeper of the Year was Wyatt Kelly of Life Christian.

Coach of the Year was Scott Nicolino of Vashon, and Seattle Christian was awarded the team sportsman ship award.

All-Nisqually League Boys Soccer Teams

MVP: Kyle Hughes, CC.

Offensive Player: Mason Haynes, Vashon.

Defensive Player: Gavin Keenan, Vashon.

Goalkeeper: Wyatt Kelly, LC.

Coach of the Year: Scott Nicolino, Vashon.

Team Sportsmanship: Seattle Christian.

First team: Joni Respighi, Vashon; Issac Newcomb, Vashon; Lewis Thompson, Vashon; Oliver Peterson, Klah.; Myles Peterson, Klah.; Eli Keft, Klah.; Elijah Kim, BC; Jaxon Bell, BC.; Kimani White, LC; Josiah GoPaul, CC.

Second team: Simon Barlow, EJ; Avery McClain, Vashon; Michael Strelchik, BC; Nick Jung, CC; Maddox Miller, CC; John Daniles Maestas, AW; Mark Samson, SC; Lukas Welch, SC; Ben Bortel, CW; Kaleb Warden, Klah.; Sage Bell, Klah.; Maddox Miller, CC.

Honorable mention: Emilio Lopez, EJ; Edu Martinez, EJ; Rene Martin, EJ; Hudson Kuhlman, LC; Taylor Yea, CC; Landon Hull, CC; Tommy Underwood, AW; Liam Johnstone, AW; Yash Kumar, SC; Benton Coffey, CW.

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