Mia Littlejohn scored a school record 27 goals this season and was named the Olympic League’s MVP. (Photo by John Fisken)

Littlejohn named Olympic League MVP/ Soccer

Coupeville junior Mia Littlejohn was selected as the Olympic League’s Most Valuable Player in soccer, the conference announced Monday.

Three other Wolves earned spots on the league’s first team: senior Lauren Grove, junior Sage Renninger and sophomore Lindsey Roberts.

Littlejohn set a new Coupeville High School single season scoring record with 27 goals, almost tripling the previous record of 10 set in 2015 by Kalia Littlejohn, Mia’s sophomore sister.

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