Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News Forks’ Keira Johnson slides in safely with a steal of second base during the Spartans’ doubleheader with Pe Ell on Wednesday at Tillicum Park in Forks.

Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News Forks’ Keira Johnson slides in safely with a steal of second base during the Spartans’ doubleheader with Pe Ell on Wednesday at Tillicum Park in Forks.

PREPS: Forks’ Keira Johnson, Elizabeth Soto make first-team all-league softball team

Rogers a first-teamer on baseball squad

FORKS — Seven Forks Spartans softball players earned all-league honors as voted on by Class 2B Pacific League coaches and released this week.

Junior center fielder Keira Johnson and junior third baseman Elizabeth Soto were selected first-team all-league for Forks.

Freshman pitcher Chloe Gaydeski was a second-team pick, along with senior catcher Kyra Neel and senior shortstop Kadie Wood.

Eighth-grader Bailey Johnson earned an honorable-mention nod for her play at second base as well as junior first baseman Kaidence Rigby.

Forks’ all-academic team members are Gaydeski, Haven Hoffman, Keira Johnson, Neel and Kadie Wood.

Ocosta pitcher Jessie Gilbert earned Pacific League MVP honors after a stellar season.

Pacific League All-League Softball

• First Team: Grace Huber, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Jillian Hodel, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Payton Peterson, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Lauren Emery, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Lauren Matlock, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Emma Glazier, Raymond-South Bend; Kyndal Koski, Raymond-South Bend; Ava Pine, Raymond-South Bend; Keira Johnson, Forks; Elizabeth Soto, Forks.

• Second Team: Megan Dille, Ilwaco; Mikaila Warfield, Ilwaco; Zaida Morales, Ocosta; Brynn Rasmus, Ocosta; Kassie Koski, Raymond-South Bend; Berklee Morley, Raymond-South Bend; Chloe Gaydeski, Forks; Kadie Wood, Forks; Kyra Neel, Forks; Noel Cuzdey, Ocosta.

• Honorable Mention: Sophia Milanowski, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Rilyn Channell, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Bailey Johnson, Forks; Kaidence Rigby, Forks; Sam Schlegel, Ocosta; Joanah Rosander, Ocosta; Ashlee Payne, Raymond-South Bend; Raydynn Morley, Raymond-South Bend; Emily Morris, Ilwaco; Kaylee Anderson, Ilwaco; Tawny Mckinney, Chief Leschi; Joanne Satiacm-Billie, Chief Leschi.

• Coach of the Year: Dakota Brooks, Raymond-South Bend.

• Sportsmanship: Chief Leschi.

All-league baseball

FORKS — Five Forks Spartans baseball players earned Pacific League all-league honors in voting conducted by league coaches.

Junior pitcher/infielder Gunner Rogers was a first-team selection.

Rogers was 3-4 with a 3.28 ERA in 38.1 innings on the mound and batted .340 with five doubles and 12 RBIs.

Second-team all-league picks for the Spartans were junior Aidan Salazar, sophomore Dylan Micheau and freshman Landen Olson.

Salazar hit .367 with two doubles, a triple and 21 RBIs and was 3-2 with a 5.19 ERA in 33.2 innings pitched.

Micheau batted .315 with five doubles, a triple, a home run and 12 RBIs.

Landen Olson hit .314 with five doubles, a triple and 16 RBIs.

Eighth-grade catcher/utility player Emmanuel Hernandez-Stansbury was an honorable-mention pick for the Spartans.

Making the all-academic team for the Spartans were Isaiah Meyer, Olson, Ryan Rancourt, Rogers and Gage Romberg.

Ilwaco’s Boston Caron was voted league MVP.

Pacific League All-League Baseball

• First Team: Garrett Keeton, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Jacob Rogers, Ilwaco; Andrew Martin, Ocosta; Gunner Rogers, Forks; Cannon Johnson, Ilwaco; Ty Reidinger, Raymond-South Bend; Nolan Miller, Raymond-South Bend; Ethan Hopkins, Ilwaco; Riley Pearson, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Jarrod Gunderson, Raymond-South Bend.

• Second Team: Derrick Cutting, Ilwaco; Aidan Salazar, Forks; Kaemon Sawa, Ilwaco; Frederick Bishop, Ocosta; Wil Clements, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Connor Keeton, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Dylan Micheau, Forks; Landen Olson, Forks; Blake Howard, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Kyle Morris, Ilwaco.

• Honorable Mention: Daniel Medeiros, Raymond-South Bend; Gabe Matthews, Ocosta; Emmanuel Hernandez-Stansbury, Forks.

• Sportsmanship Award: Pe Ell-Willapa Valley.

• Coach of the Year: Bret Hopkins, Ilwaco.

Dominguez honored

FORKS — Forks senior soccer player Arturo Dominguez earned honorable mention honors in all-league voting conducted by Class 1A Evergreen League coaches.

Dominguez was the lone Spartan honored.

Montesano senior Mateo Sanchez was voted league MVP.

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Sports reporter/columnist Michael Carman can be contacted at mcarman@peninsuladailynews.com.

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Forks’ Keira Johnson slides in safely with a steal of second base during the Spartans’ doubleheader with Pe Ell earlier this season.

Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News Forks’ Keira Johnson slides in safely with a steal of second base during the Spartans’ doubleheader with Pe Ell earlier this season.

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