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Northwest Conference announces boys b-ball all-star team

Northwest Conference announces boys b-ball all-star team

Photo: KPUG

The Northwest Conference boys basketball all-star team has been released.  Whatcom County players on the first-team were Scott Hastings of Lynden, Blake Youtsey of Squalicum, Evan Miksovsky of Sehome and Zach Roetcisoender of Lynden Christian.  Making the second-team were Sterling Somers of Lynden, Austin Honeycutt of Ferndale, Alex Martin of Meridian, Leif Anderson of Sehome, Kailen Hayes of Bellingham, Damek Mitchell of Squalicum, Grant Wolffis of Lynden Christian and Reuben Murashov of Mount Baker.

Sedro-Woolley star Jackson Price was named conference Player of the Year.  Shane Stacy of Meridian is the Coach of the Year.

(KPUG Newsroom)

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