Foster High athletes earn all-league honors for fall, winter sports

Nearly three dozen Foster High School athletes have received All-League Seamount honors so far this school year, including senior Alvin Noa, the league’s defensive lineman of the year, and freshman Makana Montoya, named to the girls basketball first team.

Nearly three dozen Foster High School athletes have received All-League Seamount honors so far this school year, including senior Alvin Noa, the league’s defensive lineman of the year, and freshman Makana Montoya, named to the girls basketball first team.

Twelve players on Foster’s football team that made it to the postseason last fall under first-year coach Elijah Ruhl earned all-league honors.

Two seniors on the girls volleyball team, seniors Reyleen Gogo and Tavaesina Maiava, were named to the first team and freshman Precious Serafica and senior Maria Ibanez made the second team.

Two Foster athletes, juniors Camet Soe and Frank Leuga, and earned all-league honors in two sports, Soe in football and basketball and Leuga in football and wrestling.

Here are all the athletes, with overall team record for season:


FOOTBALL, 4-6, Coach Elijah Ruhl: Senior Alvin Noa, defensive back of the year, first team linebacker and second team running back; sophomore Mila Saole, first team offensive guard and second team defensive tackle; junior Camet Soe, first team running back; junior Junior Noa, second team linebacker; senior Zane Jacobson, second team offensive back and honorable mention quarterback; senior Drew Jorgensen, defensive back; senior Timothy Nguyen, second team tight end; junior Kevin Le, second team receiver; junior Solomon Tapaelava, honorable mention defensive tackle; junior Frank Leuga, honorable mention, offensive center; senior Kumar Teve, honorable mention, offensive guard, and senior Juan Ochoa, honorable mention, offensive tackle.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL, 10-7, Coach Brandi Travess: senior Reyleen Gogo, first team hitter; senior, Tavaesina Maiava, first team setter; freshman Precious Serafica, second team hitter; senior Maria Ibanez, second team libero/defensive specialist; Nakita Brusnighan, honorable mention hitter.

BOYS TENNIS, 3-7, Coach Sopheak Ngeth: junior Aaron Anonuevo, second team; freshman Mehtaab Buttar, second team; team sportsmanship award.

GIRLS SOCCER, 2-12, Coach Ray Schriber: sophomore Dara Araya, midfield; junior Lwam Woldemariam, honorable mention goalkeeper; sophomore Zen Kop, honorable mention, defender; junior Kiana Olebar, honorable mention, defender, senior Rebecca Huai, honorable mention, midfield; junior Boe Meh, honorable mention, forward; sophomore K.K. Alamerew, honorable mention, forward.

GOLF, 1-9, Coach Deron Pointer: Mikayla Kato, honorable mention; team sportsmanship award


GIRLS BASKETBALL, 7-14, Coach Eric Smith: freshman Makana Montoya, first team guard; sophomore Emolani Morris, honorable mention center; senior Ariana Serafica, honorable mention, forward

WRESTLING, 1-6, Coach Patrick Kalalau: Senior Luis Cuellar, second team; senior Mark Schenck, second team; junior Frank Leuga, second team.

BOYS BASKETBALL, 4-14, Coach LJ Johnson: Junior Camet Soe, second team guard; senior Ericsson Leasure, honorable mention forward; sophomore Musa Leigh, honorable mention guard.


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