Squalicum midfielder Kendra Steele, left, was selected the 2016 All-Northwest Conference Offensive Most Valuable Player, while Meridian goalkeeper Sydney Gospodinovich was selected the league’s Defensive MVP.
Squalicum midfielder Kendra Steele, left, was selected the 2016 All-Northwest Conference Offensive Most Valuable Player, while Meridian goalkeeper Sydney Gospodinovich was selected the league’s Defensive MVP. The Bellingham Herald
Squalicum midfielder Kendra Steele, left, was selected the 2016 All-Northwest Conference Offensive Most Valuable Player, while Meridian goalkeeper Sydney Gospodinovich was selected the league’s Defensive MVP. The Bellingham Herald

They’ve been standouts for four years, so why shouldn’t they be named All-NWC MVPs?

November 30, 2016 05:00 AM

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