Sequim High’s football squad saw three defensive players earn spots on the all-Olympic League North Division team, including linebackers Isaiah Cowan (center) and Walker Ward. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim High’s football squad saw three defensive players earn spots on the all-Olympic League North Division team, including linebackers Isaiah Cowan (center) and Walker Ward. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Football: SHS lands 4 all-league first team selections

Sequim landed four first-team picks on the all-Olympic League North Division squad, concluding a five-game, postseason-less campaign abridged by the COVID pandemic.

First-team selections for the Wolves included senior wide receiver Garret Hoesel, senior defensive back Michael Young, senior outside linebacker Walker Ward and senior linebacker Isaiah Cowan.

Hoesel had eight receptions for team highs in yards (169) and touchdowns (three). Young, Ward and Cowan contributed to a defense that held opponents to 17.2 points per game and racked up 12 interceptions.

Senior offensive lineman Bodi Sanderson, senior outside linebacker Truman Nestor, junior offensive lineman Beau Halverson and sophomore wide receiver Isaiah Moore were all second-team selections for Sequim.

The Wolves, depleted for much of the season by injuries and team issues, still managed a 3-2 record, with wins over 4A South Kitsap, 3A Central Kitsap and 3A Bainbridge.

Port Angeles senior Jacob Felton earned two first-team nods for the South Division squad. Felton was a first-team pick at linebacker and kicker, and he was voted to the second team as a running back. Roughriders senior defensive end Robert Fors was a first-team pick. Senior offensive lineman Treyton Walde earned a spot on the second team for Port Angeles. He was joined by junior defensive lineman Jaziel Livingston, junior running back Daniel Cable and junior safety Brantyn Fisler.

North Kitsap quarterback/outside linebacker Colton Bower was voted North Division MVP, and Vikings teammate Cache Holmes picked as Defensive MVP. Bainbridge’s Cal Breen was the North Division’s Offensive MVP.

Klahowya running back/linebacker Hunter Wallis was the South Division MVP while Bremerton’s Kelo Logova was the choice as South Offensive MVP, and Klahowya’s Jake Manavie was voted Defensive MVP.

The 2A Olympic League was joined by its neighbors from Kitsap and split into two seven-team divisions in 2021.

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