North Kitsap junior Jonas La Tour was named Olympic League MVP.
 North Kitsap junior Jonas La Tour was named Olympic League MVP. (KNG File Photo)

North Kitsap junior Jonas La Tour was named Olympic League MVP. North Kitsap junior Jonas La Tour was named Olympic League MVP. (KNG File Photo)

NK’s La Tour named Olympic League MVP

Jonas La Tour was the leading scorer on North Kitsap’s league championship team, so it’s no surprise the 6-foot-5 junior was named the Olympic League’s Most Valuable Player this week.

La Tour averaged 26.7 points per game as part of a Vikings squad that finished 14-2 and took two of three games from Port Angeles and beat Bainbridge twice, and the last of each matchup were wins in the Olympic League tournament. La Tour scored exactly 27 points in each of the three tournament games.

Fellow junior Johny Olmsted was selected for the league’s first team, as was Bainbridge senior Andrew Ward.

North Kitsap freshman Cade Orness earned a second-team nod, along with two players from Bainbridge — senior point guard Jacob Kirsch and junior guard Cliff Hennessey.

The first team all-league girls team features North Kitsap senior Mia McNair and Kingston junior Ellee Brockman.

Selections for the second team include Kingston senior Kylee Walker and Bainbridge’s leading scorer, Anna Kozlosky.

Olympic League First Team (boys)

MVP — Jonas La Tour, North Kitsap.

Johny Olmsted, North Kitsap.

Andrew Ward, Bainbridge.

D’Angelo Moore, Bremerton.

Wyatt Dunning, Port Angeles.

John Vaara, PA.

Second Team

Cliff Hennessey, Bainbridge.

Jacob Kirsch, Bainbridge.

Cade Orness, NK.

Jo Jo Johnson, Central Kitsap.

Maurice Green, CK.

Erik Christiansen, Sequim.

Dru Clark, PA.

Chase Cobb, PA.

Olympic League First Team (girls)

MVP — Millie Long,PA.

Mia McNair, NK.

Ellee Brockman, Kingston.

Eve Burke, PA.

Jaida Wood, PA.

Jayla Julmist, Sequim.

Second Team

Kylee Walker, Kingston.

Anna Kozlosky, Bainbridge.

Jakyiiah Willis, Olympic.

Kalli Wiker, Sequim.

Melissa Porter, Sequim.

Jelissa Julmist, Sequim.

Andrew Ward of Bainbridge was named to the Olympic League first team. (KNG File Photo)

Andrew Ward of Bainbridge was named to the Olympic League first team. (KNG File Photo)

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