NYHS Girls Hoops Trio, Coach Named SeaTac 1B All-Stars

Head Coach Jed Davis was named Coach of the Year, and Christian Faith star Makenzie Carrol was named league MVP.

After finishing an , three players from the "613's" girls basketball team were selected to the league All-Star team.  

Juniors Julia Owen (point guard), Milana Davydov (guard) and Ilana Greenberg (post/forward) were named to the SeaTac 1B All-Star First Team. Head coach Dr. Jed Davis was also voted Coach of the Year by his colleagues in the Sea-Tac 1B Division.  

The honors come as Northwest Yeshiva (17-6) battles to reach the WIAA 1B State Tournament following a Feb. 12 win over Quilcene, 52-29 and a close loss on Feb. 15 to Neah Bay, 64-57.

"Everybody played well," Davis said following the loss to Neah Bay. "I think we really surprised them. We went into the half with the lead."

The 613's led for part of the third quarter, but were undone by a 18-0 run by the Red Devils. Earlier this season, NYHS hit the road and visited Neah Bay, losing by a wider margin of 68-43.

Next for Northwest Yeshiva is fellow SeaTac 1B team Mt. Rainier Lutheran (17-7) in a loser-out playoff at Mountlake Terrace High School.

Tip-off is scheduled at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Feb. 18).

SeaTac 1B All-Star Team:

Makenzie Carroll Christian Faith

1st Team
Julia Owen Northwest Yeshiva
Milana Davydov Northwest Yeshiva
Ilana Greenberg Northwest Yeshiva

Makenzie Caroll Christian Faith
Aulola Kinemona Puget Sound Adventist

2nd Team
Allyson Lewellyn Christian Faith
Alexis Fynboe Mt. Rainier Lutheran
Leanne Weed Quilcene
Kalene Cassall Mt. Rainier Lutheran
Haley Rue Mt. Rainier Lutheran

Coach of the Year
Jed Davis Northwest Yeshiva

Sportsmanship Award
Shorewood Christian


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