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Oak Harbor, Coupeville winter athletes receive league honors

Ten Oak Harbor High School athletes received first-team all-Western Conference honors when the league announced its awards Monday, Feb. 27.

In addition, seven Oak Harbor and Coupeville basketball players earned honorable mention honors.

In basketball, senior Mike Washington Jr. earned his second consecutive 3A first-team selection for Oak Harbor, and senior teammate Kevawn Brooks was an honorable mention choice.

Washington, who will play for Princeton next year, was also nominated to play in the Washington versus Oregon all-star game. He finished his career with 1,526 points, an Oak Harbor High School scoring record, and was a second-team, all-Wesco 4A selection his freshman and sophomore seasons.

Wildcat sophomore Annie Leete earned honorable mention on the Wesco girls team.

Coupeville seniors Katie Smith and Cassidi Rosenkrance received  honorable mention honors in Cascade Conference girls basketball, while senior Mitch Pelroy and sophomores Gavin O’Keefe and Nick Streubel were honorable mention choices for the boys.

In wrestling, Oak Harbor juniors Cody Fakkema and Joshua Crebbin and sophomore Ray Quinday were first-team selections among the boys, and seniors Jennifer Fremd and Brittany Johnston for the girls.

In Wildcat swimming, senior Jacob Jepsen (200 free, 100 back) and junior Josh Jepsen (200 IM, 100 breast) were first team in two events and sophomore Caley Powers in one (100 butterfly).

The trio and sophomore Kevin Levy received first-team honors in two relays (200 free, 200 medley).

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