Burlington-Edison High School girls' soccer teammates Emma Smith and Sydney Reisner have taken top honors on the all-Northwest Conference team.
Smith was named the conference's offensive MVP and Reisner the defensive MVP.
The pair helped the Tigers to the conference title, a 17-3-1 record and a spot in the quarterfinals of the Class 2A State Tournament.
Burlington-Edison's Nyomie Schwetz, Cami Smith and Liz Cisneros were named to the first team, while Analise Slotemaker was a second-team pick.
Anacortes placed Claire Schnabel and Sammy Dziminowicz on the first team, and Emma Foley on the second team.
Burlington-Edison's Ryan Kuttel was named conference coach of the year.
Burlington-Edison senior Amey Rainaud has been named the Northwest Conference MVP.
The senior setter led the Tigers to a runner-up finish in the conference standings and a fourth-place finish at the Class 2A State Tournament.
Burlington-Edison went 19-5 overall.
Two of Rainaud's teammates also earned all-conference honors.
Freshman Lexie Mason made the first team, while senior Jordyn Smith made the second team.
Among the other all-conference picks were Anacortes senior Kenna Flynn on the first team, and Sedro-Woolley junior Emery DeJong on the second team.