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February 8, 2013 at 2:19 PM

SPSL 4A all-league boys basketball teams announced

Tahoma’s Coleman Wooten (SPSL 4A North) and Spanaway Lake’s Braxton Tucker (SPSL 4A South) were named league MVPs this season.

You can find the full all-league teams for both divisions below:


SPSL 4A North:

MVP: Coleman Wooten, Tahoma


First team:

Harold Lee, Auburn

Daryon James, Jefferson

Jawan Stepney, Kentridge

Cadan Rowland, Mount Rainier

Jamil Wilson-Jones, Mount Rainier

Martel Taylor-Barone, Kent-Meridian

Second team:

DeShon Williams, Tahoma

Spencer Fisher, Auburn

Derek Brown, Auburn Riverside

Terence Grady, Kentwood

Paul Loranger, Tahoma


Honorable mention:

Daniel Park, Jefferson

Deonte Anderson, Jefferson

John Okot-Okidi, Kentridge

Jackson Huerta, Kentwood

JJ Ruffin, Auburn

Abu Kamara, Kent-Meridian

Danny Torlai, Kentridge

Robert Lenaburg, Mount Rainier

Ethan McCormack, Tahoma

Dominic Smith, Tahoma

Rio Paul, Auburn

Cody Crawford, Auburn-Riverside

Josh Duckworth, Jefferson


Coach of the year: Ryan Hansen, Auburn


Best band: Jefferson


SPSL 4A South:


MVP: Braxton Tucker, Spanaway Lake


First team:

Andrew Lewis, Curtis

Bogdon Bliznyuk, Beamer

Dominic Robinson, Curtis

Brayon Blake, Federal Way

Jawan Flowers, Beamer


Second team:

James Moore, Bethel

Bryce Bowers, Bethel

Marcus Harris, Emerald Ridge

Malik Montoya, Federal Way

D’Londo Tucker, Federal Way


Honorable mention:

Trey Burch-Manning, Beamer

Jeremy Harris, Emerald Ridge

Isom Brown, Curtis

Isak Visser, Puyallup

Nick Gutierrez, Puyallup

Chad Bakken, Rogers

DeeShawn Tucker, Federal Way

JJ Johnson, Bethel

Alex Jones, Graham-Kapowsin

Dom Lewis, Bethel


Coach of the year: Tim Kelly, Curtis



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