Cameron Toomey-Stout earned all-league honors on both offense and defense this fall. (Photo by John Fisken)

Cameron Toomey-Stout earned all-league honors on both offense and defense this fall. (Photo by John Fisken)

Coupeville’s Lodell, Toomey-Stout lead league honors

Senior volleyball player Hope Lodell and senior football player Cameron Toomey-Stout led the list of Coupeville athletes to receive all-Olympic League honors this fall.

Lodell, a defensive specialist, was the conference’s Most Valuable Player.

She was joined on the first team by seniors middle Katrina McGranahan, outside hitter Mikayla Elfrank and setter Lauren Rose.

Lodell was a first-team selection last year and holds the school record for aces in a season and career.

McGranahan was the volleyball MVP last fall and a first-team selection as a sophomore.

Rose earned honorable mention honors in 2016.

Cameron Toomey-Stout was a two-way, first-team choice as a wide receiver and defensive back. He also earned second-team honors as a kick returner.

Senior quarterback Hunter Downes, the school record holder for touchdown passes, was named to the second team, and senior Julian Welling was honorable mention as a defensive lineman.

Olympic League honors in soccer will be announced Tuesday, Nov. 28.

Tennis does not give awards, but Joey Lippo and William Nelson were essentially first team by winning the conference doubles title.

Hope Lodell, the Olympic League Most Valuable Player in volleyball, holds the school season and career ace record.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Hope Lodell, the Olympic League Most Valuable Player in volleyball, holds the school season and career ace record. (Photo by John Fisken)

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