Ridgeview and Redmond basketball players each saw players named first-team all-league in basketball.

On the girls side, Ridgeview’ guard Aspen Jeter got a first team nod, which comes on top of an Intermountain Conference most valuable player award for the senior in soccer. After averaging 14 points and more than 10 rebounds per game, Redmond junior post Ava Kitchin also was named first team all-IMC.

Ridgeview junior forward Ashley Hall and sophomore guard Rylee Troutman were also rewarded for Ridgeview’s second-place league finish, which resulted in a playoff appearance, with second-team all-league appearances. After averaging 10 points per game, Redmond junior guard-forward McKaylie Capps also was named to the second team.

For the Redmond boys, senior forward Josh Hair was a first-team choice. Senior teammates Dylan Taylor, a point guard, and Ethan Soto, a shooting guard, were named second-team all-league.

Ridgeview sophomore post Alaina Clark and Redmond junior guard Jordan Fox were named honorable mention girls all-league, as Ridgeview junior forward-center Payton Davis, senior guard Nick Nelson and senior forward Alex Nadermann were for the boys.

For the boys, Mountain View’s Matt Van Tassel and Chase McClain were named co-players of the year, while the Cougars’ Brian Broaddus was coach of the year.

Despite leading Ridgeview to within a game of a league title after just being named coach in October, Shan Hartford was overlooked for girls coach of the year, which instead went to Todd Ervin of first-place Bend. Bend’s Cambree Scott was the girls player of the year.