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Cline, Schaplow Named All-League MVPs

By The Chronicle

Winlock boys basketball senior Bryce Cline and Toledo girls basketball senior Kal Schaplow were selected as the Central 2B League basketball MVPs, as voted on by coaches and released by Toledo athletic director Grady Fallon on Sunday.

Toledo girls basketball coach Brian Layton was named girls Coach of the Year, after leading the Indians to an 18-2, 9-1 record and the league title. Toutle Lake boys basketball coach Eric Swanson was selected as the boys Coach of the Year. The Ducks went 17-3, 9-1 and captured the league title.

All-league first team selections on the boys side included Adna’s Braden Thomas; Toutle Lake’s Broc Keeton; Wahkiakum’s Jake Leitz; Onalaska’s Carter Whitehead; and Kalama’s Jackson Esary.

Boys second-team selections: Onlaska’s Kayden Allison; Winlock’s Coleson Richendollar; Napavine’s Keith Olson; Toutle Lake’s Zach Swanson; and Morton-White Pass’ Hayden Young.

Boys third-team selections: Toledo’s Carlos Arceo-Hansen; Adna’s Chase Collins; Wahkiakum’s Logan LaBerge; Morton-White Pass’ Josh Salguero; and Napavine’s Cade Evander.

Boys honorable-mention selections are: Toutle Lake’s Ryder Moss; Rainier’s Jake Jeske; Winlock’s Noah Patching; Kalama’s Tommy Brandenburg; and Onalaska’s Ashton Haight.

On the girls side, first-team selections include Rainier’s Kaeley Shultz, Wahkiakum’s Paige Mace and Jansi Merz; Winlock’s Addison Hall; and Adna’s Payton Aselton.

Girls second-team nods are Mossyrock’s Payton Torrey and Andee Nelson; Toledo’s Stacie Spahr; Rainier’s Sophie Beadle; Onalaska’s Callie Lawrence; and Adna’s Kaylin Todd.

Girls third-team selections are Rainier’s Faith Boesch; Toutle Lake’s Molly Donald; Napavine’s Natalya Marcial; Adna’s Faith Wellander; and Mossyrock’s Hailey Brooks.

Girls honorable-mention picks are Onlaska’s Carmen Cleveland-Barrera, Morton-White Pass’ Shaylee Peters; Toledo’s Gracie Madill; Toutle Lake’s Jordyn Grabenhorst; Kalama’s Gracie Stemkowski; Toledo’s Ale Cadarso; Wahkiakum’s Reigha Niemeyer; and Napavine’s Rae Sisson.

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