25 Foster athletes win all-Seamount League honors

Twenty-five Foster High School athletes have received All-Seamount League honors in spring sports in voting by the league’s coaches.

Twenty-five Foster High School athletes have received All-Seamount League honors in spring sports in voting by the league’s coaches.

Boys soccer

• First team: Arun Karma, defender; Jose Esquivel, forward

• Second team: Fatah Matan, defender

• Honorable mention: Abel Acosta, goal keeper; Hae Ha, defender; Mohamed Naim, defender; Ajay Darjee, midfielder; Pau Lian, midfielder; Thang Kai, forward

Girls tennis

• First team: Ana Rios

• Second team: Cora Padilla

Boys track and field

• First team: Isaiah Ferrer, 100 meters; Eric Teng, discus; Zane Jacobson, javelin

• Second team: Eric Teng, javelin and shot put; Kevin Lee, long jump

• Honorable mention: Isaiah Ferrer, long jump

Girls track and field

• Second team: Shakila Omar, 400 meters; Kassandra Esparza, discus

• Honorable mention: Shakila Omar, 100 meters and 200 meters; Aolani Medrano, long jump and pole vault; Desiree Terrell, shot put


• Honorable mention: Reyleen Gogo


• Second team: Mario Stempa, third base; Tyler Amin, outfield

• Honorable mention: Mark Schenck, catcher; Xavier Cruz, shortstop; Tyler Amin, pitcher; Drew Jorgensen, pitcher


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