Ever see Lions in a dogpile? It happened in Keizer when West Linn won 6A on Saturday. (Brad Cantor/PhotosportsNW)
Ever see Lions in a dogpile? It happened in Keizer when West Linn won 6A on Saturday. (Brad Cantor/PhotosportsNW)

In this Notebook, find info on the state championship games as well as the quarterfinals and semis. Find also complete All-State teams, our final college commitment list and our final stat leaders and stat superlatives for 2023.

It has been my absolute pleasure to cover the teams, players and coaches, and the sport itself, all season long. What a thrill ride it has been!

We are the champions!

Last Saturday, the OSAA and OnPoint Community Credit Union determined five state champions. Three were No. 1 seeds going into the playoffs. The other two were No. 2. In a sport where the best team doesn’t often win in a single elimination format, the top seeds held up remarkably well in 2023.

Saturday’s finals were each remarkable in their own way.

In the 6A final, No. 1 West Linn blanked No. 2 Jesuit, 2-0, despite managing just two hits off of Noble Meyer while striking out 14 times. Meyer, a tall right hander from the city of West Linn with a fastball close to 100 mph and a slider with a ridiculous spin rate, is expected to go top 10 in next month’s MLB draft. West Linn did just enough offensively and lefty Drake Gabel, the state’s ERA leader, did the rest in a route-going performance.

Read the complete story here: https://www.osaa.org/today/article/3320/view?title=6A+Championship+Baseball%3A+West+Linn+repeats+as+Gabel+is+able

In the 5A final, No. 2 Thurston edged No. 4 West Albany, 2-1. West Albany might have won had Bryson Clifford not gunned down a Bulldog trying to score in the fourth inning. Instead, the game went into extra innings, where freshman Grady Saunders hit a walk off, inside the park home run for the Colts, getting under the relay home with a head first slide. Amazing!

Read the complete story here: https://www.osaa.org/today/article/3324/view?title=5A+baseball+final%3A+Thurston+edges+West+Albany+2-1+in+thriller

In the 4A final, No. 1 Scappoose trailed No. 6 Pendleton, 2-1, after four innings before rallying to score four runs with two out and nobody on base in the bottom of the fifth. Scappoose walked it off one inning later by scoring seven without making an out in the 12-2, six-inning win.

Read the complete story here: https://www.osaa.org/today/article/3325/view?title=4A+Championship+Baseball%3A+Late+surge+propels+Scappoose

In the 3A final, Wyatt Hesselman, the No. 2 pitcher at Banks, twirled a complete-game gem as the No. 2 Braves blanked No. 1 Cascade Christian, 3-0. Cascade Christian fell short in its quest to win the 3A football, boys basketball and baseball state titles in the same year.

Read the complete story here: https://www.osaa.org/today/article/3327/view?title=3A+baseball+final%3A+Banks+blanks+Cascade+Christian+3-0

In the 2A/1A final, No. 1 Kennedy completed a 31-0 season, matching the best season in Oregon playoff history, but dominating youthful Blanchet Catholic, 10-0, in six innings, to repeat as state champions. The Trojans finished second in the entire state in runs scored and first in the entire state in fewest runs allowed.

Read the complete story here: https://www.osaa.org/today/article/3322/view?title=2A%2F1A+Championship+Baseball%3A+Kennedy+makes+history 

The run up…

OSAAtoday recapped all of the quarterfinals and semifinal baseball action. Here they are again in case you missed them.

May 26 quarterfinals


No. 1 West Linn 4, No. 25 McNary 1 – Blake Crawford went six strong innings and Gabe Howard closed for the defending champs, who scored one in the first, two in the fourth and one in the sixth. Howard, Danny Wideman and Mitch Rowe had doubles for the Lions. Rowe’s scored two runs.

No. 4 Lake Oswego 3, No. 5 Mountainside 2 – This game was tied 1-1 after five, when Mountainside got a run across in the top of the sixth on an Ian Salbeda single. LO answered with a pair in the bottom of the frame and Jonah Barkoff set the Mavericks down 1-2-3 in the seventh to clinch victory.

No. 6 North Medford 3, No. 14 Roseburg 1 -- -- Trey Newmann threw a complete game, giving up one run on three hits while striking out 10. Frankie Rutigliano led the Black Tornado, going 2-3 with a double and a run scored. North Medford scored all of its runs in the bottom of the fourth on consecutive RBI singles by Newmann, Kellen Willer and Davis Carr.

No. 2 Jesuit 11, No. 7 Sprague 1 (6 innings) – Ryan Cooney had a home run and three RBIs, Ty Alleman went 4-for-4 with five RBIs and Noble Meyer went all six for the Crusaders allowing just one hit and one walk while fanning 10 in the home win. Brandon Stinnett’s fifth homer of the year in the first accounted for Sprague’s only run.


No. 9 Ashland 11, No. 16 La Salle Prep 1 (6 innings)-- Gabe Grabec went all six innings in a dominant performance, where he struck out 14 while yielding just one hit. Keller Bloodworth finished the game 3-for-5 with three RBIs. His bases-clearing double with 2 outs in the fourth broke the game open. The Grizzlies finished with 14 hits. Five players recording multiple base knocks.

No. 4 West Albany 8,  No. 5 Ridgeview 5 – West Albany scored five runs in the bottom of the third, on a solo homer from Camden Johnson and a grand slam from Aiden Metzker, and sophomore Drew Rice made it hold up, as he fanned eight in going the distance.

No. 3 Wilsonville 4, No. 6 Mountain View 1 – Wilsonville scored three runs in the bottom of the second, capped by Berkley Reents’ RBI single, and Wade Hagey made it stand up, throwing five innings of one-hit ball in the Wildcats’ home win. Mark Wiepert also had a good day for Wilsonville, going 2-2 with a stolen base.All around it was a low-scoring game, but we were able to punch a few across off of costly mistakes by Mountain View, while we played a very clean defensive game,” noted Wilsonville coach Bryn Card

No. 2 Thurston 4, No. 7 Lebanon 0 – Sophomore Connor Molony tossed a complete-game four-hitter, fanning 10, for the victorious Colts. Adam Elliott paced the offense with two hits, a run scored and one drive in. Matt Woodward had two hits, including a double, in the loss for Lebanon, last year’s 5A runner up.


No. 1 Scappoose 8, No. 9 Crook County 1 - A big fifth inning, capped by a three-run dong from Max Nowlin, propelled top-seeded Scappoose to the home win. Joe Fagan started the scoring for Scappoose with a first inning solo shot and Chase Olsen had two hits and three RBIs for the top seeds, which got 5.1 innings of effective pitching from starter Grayson Grover.

No. 5 La Grande 8, No. 4 North Marion / Gervais 6 – Noah McIlmoil’s two-run double in the top of the sixth broke a 6-6 tie and Sam Tsiatsos closed for La Grande, propelling the defending champions to the road win. North Marion came out swinging and scored four runs in the first and another run in the second. La Grande turned the game around with four in the fourth, highlighted by Jace Schow’s bases-clearing knock. “Good resilience by the boys,” said coach Parker McKinley. “Kept battling and responded well to a tough start.”

No. 6 Pendleton 13, No. 3 Marist Catholic 4 – Pendleton broke open a close game with a four-run fifth inning and won behind an 18-hit attack. Payton Lambert had three hits and four RBIs, Andrew Demianew added four hits and Clayson Cooley was 3-for-4for the victors. Sophomore hurler Evan Lehnert came into the game with the Bucks trailing 3-1 in the third and shut down Marist Catholic, allowing only a solo shot to Nick Biagi in the seventh. Biagi finished with two hits.

No. 2 Gladstone 4, No. 7 The Dalles 0 – Casey Allsop pitched 6.2 innings and held a potent Riverhawks offense to just three hits. Allsop helped his own cause with two RBIs, while he, Brycen Bryan, Ben Hoffman, Asher Gonzolez each had two hits. Brayde Owen chipped in with three hits and two steals.


No. 1 Cascade Christian 9, No. 8 Sisters 2 – Cascade Christian scored runs in the first five innings and cruised to the convincing win at home. Owen Thompson pitched into the fifth and got the win for the Challengers. Ashton Moody and Cole Shields combined for four hits and five RBIs.

No. 4 Brookings-Harbor 8, No. 12 Pleasant Hill 2 – Pleasant Hill scored in the top of the first, but it was all BH after that. Kyle Burger went the distance for the Bruins, striking out eight while walking just one. Ethan Orman led the BH offense with two hits and two runs driven in. “Pleasant Hill barreled a lot of balls and is a hard-working team,” said coach Keith Wallin. “Nothing but respect.” 

No. 3 South Umpqua 5, No. 6 Warrenton 4 (8 innings) – South Umpqua trailed, 4-1, heading to the bottom of the last, pushed across three runs, tying the game on a Kaden Graf two-RBI single, then walked it off in the bottom of the eighth. Tanner Beckham, who threw a scoreless top of the eighth, drove home Jace Johnson, who led off with a double, with the game’s winning run. Elijah Earls went 4-for-4 for SU. Dylan Atwood had two triples and two runs scored and Dawson Little homered and drove in three for Warrenton.

No. 2 Banks 8, No. 10 La Pine 4 – Wyatt Hesselman and Logan Kind teamed on a 4-hitter, Lane Gilbert had a two-run triple and Hesselman plated two with a single in the Braves’ win.


No. 1 Kennedy 12, No. 8 Heppner / Ione 0 -- Ethan Kleinschmit threw a five-inning perfect game and drove in four in Kennedy’s mercy rule win over Heppner / Ione. Andrew Cuff and Brian Beyer each had two hits and two RBIs and Owen Bruner scored two runs for the Trojans.

No. 4 St. Paul 1, No. 5 Knappa 0 – Nolan McKinley’s single drove in the game’s only run – Tyler Crawford scored following a double -- and Warren Rose pitched into the seventh, striking out 12, for St. Paul, which advanced to the semifinals for the first time in program history. Corbin Roe and Jaxon Dietrich combined to give up just three hits and one run in the loss.

No. 3 Blanchet Catholic 21, No. 6 Reedsport 1 – Blanchet Catholic scored 10 in the bottom of the first on their way to the dominating home win. Spencer Kowalski drove in six runs to lead the onslaught. He had a grand slam in the first. Mith Wort went 3-for-3 Drew Bartels won the game on the hill. He gave up just three hits over five innings.

No. 2 Umpqua Valley Christian 11, No. 7 Bandon / Pacific 5 – Tyler Haynes went 2-for-3 with a dinger and four driven in, Daniel Withers was 3-for-3 with two runs scored and two driven in and Ty Hellenthal was 3-for-4 with two runs scored for UVC, which parlayed a big fourth inning into the home win.

May 30 semifinals


No. 1 West Linn 6, No. 4 Lake Oswego 4 – Jake Holmes made a great defensive play at first to save a run, then launched a two-run shot in the bottom of the first as part of a three-run frame that helped the defending champions to the home win. West Linn added three more runs in the bottom of the second, two on a hit from Baron Naone, and the Lions would have all the runs they needed, as Gabe Howard and Drake Gabel combined to keep the Lakers from getting more than two in the third and two in the fourth. Declan Francis and Brodie Heher had good moments at the plate for Lake Oswego in the loss.

No. 2 Jesuit 4, No. 6 North Medford 2 – A two-run home run from Levi Jones broke a 2-2 tie in the fifth inning and propelled the Crusaders to their first championship game since 2019. Jeremiah Robbins’ two-run home run for the Black Tornado had even the score in the fourth inning. Noble Meyer went the final three innings on the hill for the Crusaders, allowing zero runs while fanning four. The senior got the win and also drove home a first-inning run with a sacrifice fly.


No. 4 West Albany 5, No. 9 Ashland 4 – Ashland led 4-1 after 2.5 innings, but West Albany scored two in the bottom of the third and single runs in the fourth and fifth to take the lead. Evan Bliss went 6.2 innings for the win. Drew Rice got the final out for West Albany, which got big offensive days from Camden Johnson and Aiden Metzker. West Albany has never won a state title and will be playing for the championship for the first time in almost 20 years.

No. 2 Thurston 14, No. 3 Wilsonville 8 – Sophomore Connor Molony had four hits and five RBIs to lead the Colts, who were up by just two after four innings, but scored the game’s final four runs in the home win. Thurston will vie for its first title since 2009.


No. 1 Scappoose 6, No. 5 La Grande 4 – The defending champs led 4-1 on the road, thanks to two hits and three RBIs from Sam Tsiatsos; before top-seeded Scappoose rallied with five unanswered to make the final for the first time since 2015. Trey Fuller and Wyatt Anicker each had two hits and two driven in for the victors. Anicker's go-ahead single scored Nolan Lennox in the bottom of the sixth. Grayson Grover closed the game on the mound for Scappoose to earn the victory.

No. 6 Pendleton 9, No. 2 Gladstone 0 – The Bucks scored their second consecutive impressive road win to advance to the finals for the sixth time in program history. Jack Lieuallen pitched into the fifth inning and was dominant, striking out 10 while allowing just three hits. He also was 2-for-3 at the plate with two ribbies. Andrew Demianew added three hits in four trips with three runs scored and Dylan Gomez went 2-for-3 with a double and two driven home. All are seniors. Pendleton has never won a state title.


No. 1 Cascade Christian 11, No. 4 Brookings-Harbor 1 (6 innings) – The Challengers scored three runs in the third, four runs in the fourth, and three more runs in the fifth to put away the Bruins of Brookings Harbor. Owen Thompson was 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs. CJ Bonner was 3-for-3 with a double, Noah Letendre was 3-for-4, Keith Reed was 2-for-3 with a double and Jack Knips homered for Cascade Christian. Thompson started on the mound and went 4-plus innings before giving way to Cole Stofflet at the 85-pitch mark. Stofflet pitched the 5th and 6th innings. They combined to strike out nine.  The Challengers will look for their first baseball state title since 2012 on Saturday.

No. 2 Banks 5, No. 3 South Umpqua 1 -- Logan Kind allowed four runners in the first, then shut down the Lancers the rest of the way on just one hit while fanning 14 as the Braves made the title tilt for the first time since winning 4A in 2019. Wyatt Hesselman’s second hit of the game, a two-out, two-strike grounder through the hole, drove home two in the fifth to break a 1-1 tie.


No. 1 Kennedy 7, No. 4 St. Paul 0 – Ethan Kleinschmit pitched a gem for the defending champion and undefeated Trojans, who knocked off St. Paul for the fourth time this season. Kleinschmit and Andrew Cuff combined for 14 Ks in the shutout win. Charlie Beyer had three hits and two RBIs to spark the offense. Owen Bruner added a triple and RBI. Bruner combined on a relay from the wall with 1st baseman Matt Hopkins to the catcher to stifle a St. Paul rally when the game was 1-0. Warren Rose and Clay Smith pitched well for St. Paul and each had a hit as well.

No. 3 Blanchet Catholic 9, No. 2 Umpqua Valley Christian 1 -- For the first time ever, the Blanchet baseball team will head to the state finals. Mitch Wort led the offensive onslaught for the Cavaliers with two hits and three RBIs. Tyson Smith and Drew Bartels also had two hits in the win.

All-State Selections

Below please find the complete list of All-State performers, by classification, for the 2023 season.


First Team


Nolan Umlandt, junior Sherwood

Gabe Howard, junior West Linn

Paul Wilson, senior Lakeridge

Jonah Barkoff, junior, Lake Oswego

Noble Meyer, senior Jesuit

Trey Newmann, senior North Medford

Drake Gabel, senior West Linn


Ryan VandenBrink, junior West Linn

Troy Osbourne, junior Grants Pass                            


Kayle Pisano, junior Clackamas


Brandon Stinnett, senior Sprague

Dawson Santana, senior Lakeridge

Grant Maxwell, senior Lake Oswego

Ryan Cooney, senior Jesuit

Levi Jones, senior Jesuit

Frankie Rutigliano, junior North Medford


Armand Lettiere, senior Central Catholic

Nick Gribble, senior Sherwood

Henry Frish, senior Roosevelt

Danny Wideman, sophomore West Linn


Kellen Segel, senior Grant


Parker Guinn, senior, McMinnville                            

Second Team


Grant Strother, senior Sprague

Ben Christensen, senior Grant

Erik Hoffberg, senior Lakeridge

Ty Alleman, senior Jesuit

Matt Kosderka, junior, Sandy

Jaxon Bowen, junior, Sherwood


Charlie Sturm, senior Jesuit

Teagan Scott, freshman South Salem


Colton Schmokel, senior Lincoln

Ryan Prescott, senior Willamette


Maddox Montoya, junior Sunset

Easton Lasich, senior Roosevelt

Cole Katayama-Stall, senior Westview

Kiyoshi Kiyokawa, sophomore Barlow

Austin Takahashi, senior Roseburg


Nolan Miller, junior Sheldon

Evan Williams, senior Jesuit

Noah Scharer, sophomore South Salem

Graham Geibel, senior Newberg


Brock Leitgeb, senior Jesuit

Nigel Fahland, junior Sherwood


Leo Reeves, senior South Eugene

Honorable Mention


Cameren Sewell, senior South Medford

Griffin Scott, junior Ida B. Wells

Dane Lais, senior Oregon City

Carter Nelson, junior South Salem

Hudson Normand, junior Clackamas

Austin Wolfe, senior Mountainside

Dominic Daffron, sophomore North Medford

Cole Weiland, senior South Salem


Luke Anzellotti, senior Central Catholic

Cam Masters Doble, senior Lakeridge

Liam Klever, junior Sherwood

Nate Davis, senior Sunset


Jake Holmes, senior West Linn

Braedy Vogt, senior South Salem

Connor Parry, senior Sherwood


Sam Weber, senior Barlow

Cade Welch, senior Sheldon

Garret Strube, senior Clackamas

Kobe Sparks, sophomore Sandy

Diego Richards, junior Glencoe

Bryan Ramirez, senior Lake Oswego


Tanner Steinbach, junior Liberty

Ezra Vice, junior Westview

Aiden Horsely, senior North Medford

Tristan Seber, senior Lakeridge


Owen Combs, senior Franklin

Blake Sehorn, senior Glencoe

Coach of the Year                       

Joe Monahan West Linn               

Pitcher of the Year                       

Drake Gabel, senior West Linn    

Player of the Year

Levi Jones, senior Jesuit         


First Team


Luke Haener, junior Wilsonville

Alex Via, sophomore Summit

Max Gregg, senior Corvallis

Connor Molony, sophomore Thurston

Simon Lemke, senior Mountain View

Ryan Rivers, senior Lebanon

Evan Rhoden, sophomore Ashland


Will Merritt, senior Central / Kings Valley Charter

Zach Justice, senior Summit


Kaden Isola, senior Bend


Finbar O'Brien, senior La Salle Prep

Maddox Molony, senior Thurston

Jace Nagler, senior Ridgeview

Carlo Cervantes, senior Central / Kings Valley Charter

Eli Crist, junior Thurston

Walker Still, senior Crescent Valley

Easton McDonald, senior Thurston

Justin Schram, junior Wilsonville


Evan Bliss, senior West Albany

Adam Elliott, junior Thurston

Gus Lerczak, senior Corvallis

Slater DeBrun, sophomore Summit

Andres Smith, senior Lebanon

Leo Renzema, senior, Putnam


Grady Saunders, freshman Thurston


Caden Illingworth, junior Mountain View

Second Team


Gabe Brabec, senior Ashland

Logan Malinowski, senior Bend

Drew Rice, sophomore West Albany

Caden McGowan, senior Corvallis


Elliott Carillo, senior Putnam


Jackson Fera, junior Putnam

Nate Bengston, senior Summit


Hunter Schwank, senior Crater

Connor Crum, junior Mountain View

Colton Vandetta, senior Lebanon

Bryant Starr, junior Lebanon

Logan Robinson, senior Canby


Hayden George, junior Lebanon

Joyce Jack, senior Canby

Jake von Lubken, senior Hood River Valley

Alex Gillespie, senior Bend

Eli Pupo, sophomore Redmond


Isiah Sanchez, junior Central / Kings Valley Charter


Talen Ferry, junior, Centennial

Marcus Allen, senior West Albany

Honorable Mention


Michael Buschelman, sophomore North Eugene

Collin Hernandez, sophomore Thurston

Carson Waples, senior Silverton


Kael Compton, senior Corvallis

Caden Gould, junior North Eugene


Tyler Walker, senior Lebanon

Jackson Rosenthal, junior Ashland


Keller Larson, junior Wilsonville

Will Goodman, junior Bend

Finn Simones, sophomore Summit


Blake Edwards, senior North Eugene

Austin Dustin, senior Eagle Point

Eli Hess, sophomore Dallas

Austin Romero, senior Mountain View


Cooper Adams, junior Wilsonville

Players of the Year

Maddox Molony, senior Thurston

Jace Nagler, senior Ridgeview

Pitcher of the Year

Connor Molony, sophomore Thurston

Coach of the Year

Dennis Minium, Thurston


First Team


Kaden Starr, senior Marist Catholic

Hayden Smith, senior Gladstone

Jace Schow, senior La Grande


Brayde Owen, senior Gladstone

Eli Brown, senior Stayton


Nick Biagi, senior Marist Catholic


Payton Lambert, senior Pendleton

Cooper Mullins, senior Marist Catholic

Marcus Ulla-Ford, junior Mazama

Logan Williams, senior La Grande


Rex deAngelis, senior North Marion / Gervais

Marcus Everitt, senior Newport

Caden Kuhnert, sophomore, Hidden Valley

Jarrett Armstrong, senior La Grande


Joe Fagan, sophomore Scappoose

Second Team


Dawson Schrenk, junior North Marion / Gervais

Julius Bolston, senior Phoenix

Casey Allsop, senior Gladstone


Cole White, senior Madras

Jaxon Logsdon, sophomore Baker


Niko Boudreau, senior Astoria


Braden Scwartz, senior The Dalles

Mark Carpenter, sophomore Henley

Andrew Demianew, senior Pendleton

Ethan Bruns, sophomore Newport


Trey Fuller, senior Scappoose

Dru Boyle, senior Madras

Cole Shafer, senior La Grande

Brody Hubble, senior Mazama


Sam Tsiatsos, senior La Grande

Third Team


Landon Cross, senior Marshfield

Wyatt Anicker, senior Scappoose

Jack Lieuallen, senior Pendleton


Jaxon Kister, senior Junction City

AJ Elzy, senior Hidden Valley


Tyler Harper, senior Henley


Leo Ahalt, senior Henley

Quinton Olson, sophomore Scappoose

Aiden Hayes, junior Henley

Cody Leming, senior Stayton


Peyton Tyner, junior Marist Catholic

Daniel Iwamizu, senior Hidden Valley

Brett LeDay, senior Cascade

Chas Corbett, senior Pendleton


Austin Vaughan, junior Crook County

Honorable Mention


Luke Wheeling, sophomore North Bend

Tanner Kraushar, senior Seaside

Riley Brock, senior The Dalles

Jamie Wheldon, junior Cascade


Bryce Hameri, senior Tillamook


Dustin Wilson, senior Crook County

Dylan Gomez, senior Pendleton


Nolan Donivan, junior The Dalles

Braxton Blaser, junior Newport

Kaleb Burnett, senior Junction City

Gage Martinez, sophomore, Crook County

Mason Stearns, junior Philomath


Parker McKibben, senior Tillamook

Knoll Gedros, senior North Band

Ty Borde, junior Stayton

Conner Koon. Junior Junction City


Hunter Wheeling, senior North Bend


First Team (Players listed in alphabetical order)


Drew Beachy, junior Joseph / Enterprise / Wallowa

Brody Duey, senior Sisters

Jace Johnson, senior South Umpqua

Morgan Ortman, senior Yamhill-Carlton

Caden Richardson, junior Pleasant Hill

Owen Thompson, senior Cascade Christian


Kyle Slater, junior Yamhill-Carlton

Triston Wallace, senior Cascade Christian

First Base

Logan Kind, senior Banks


Dylon Atwood, senior Warrenton

Dawson Cook, senior La Pine

Jaxon Grover, junior Joseph / Enterprise / Wallowa

Wyatt Hesselman, junior Banks

Garrett Johnson, senior Burns

Cole Shields, senior Cascade Christian


Tyson Flack, senior La Pine

Gabe Nobles, sophomore Joseph / Enterprise / Wallowa


Kadon Haugen, senior Santiam Christian

Riley Malis, senior Yamhill-Carlton

Second Team


Austin Dietrich, junior Brookings Harbor

Jack Wright, freshman Burns


Eli Aldred, senior Vale

Hunter Allen, junior Pleasant Hill

Ben Cupani, senior Valley Catholic

Austin Dean, junior Sisters

First Base

Brody Fischer, junior Sisters


Nate Arce, senior Dayton

Camden Carley, senior Santiam Christian

Humberto Gerardo-Keith, senior Neah-Kah-Nie

Evan Martin, junior Douglas

Justin Walters, junior Banks


Drew Camp, sophomore South Umpqua


Baron Delemeter, senior Taft

Javier Esparza, junior McLoughlin

Eduardo Loza, senior Neah-Kah-Nie

Honorable Mention


Michael Freeborn, senior Dayton


Ashton Crossen, junior Banks

First Base

Liam Benade, senior Cascade Christian

Colton Campbell, senior La Pine

Alec Prevett, senior Amity


Anthony Allen, junior Neah-Kah-Nie

Brasen Holliday, senior Pleasant Hill

Seth Valliere, senior Brookings-Harbor

Cooper Waltermire, senior McLoughlin


RJ Estrada, sophomore Umatilla

Hunter Kemper, senior Burns

Gavin Koceja, senior Taft

Tarver Langston, senior Horizon Christian

Ashton Moody, junior Cascade Christian

Diego Silva, senior Sisters


Dawson Little, senior Warrenton

Player of the Year: Logan Kind, senior Banks

Coach of the Year: Joe Baumgartner, Banks


First Team


Ethan Kleinschmit, senior Kennedy

Jaxon Dietrichs, junior Knappa

Colton Siewell, junior Bandon / Pacific


Charlie Beyer, senior Kennedy

Spencer Kowalski, senior Blanchet Catholic


Warren Rose, senior St. Paul

Nolan Needham, sophomore Union / Cove


Andrew Cuff, senior Kennedy

Daniel Withers, junior Umpqua Valley Christian

Connor Dunlea, junior Lost River

Logan Macy, senior Culver


Sean Roggerio, junior Weston-McEwen / Griswold

Trenton Rabuck, senior North Douglas / Elkton

Conner Devine, senior Bandon / Pacific

Griffen Mucken, junior Blanchet Catholic


Cole Collins, senior Oakland


Ty Hellenthal, sophomore Umpqua Valley Christian

Second Team


Tucker Ashbeck, senior Heppner / Ione

Drew Bartels, sophomore Blanchet Catholic

Bryson Nygren, sophomore Regis


Kevin Shaver, junior Umpqua Valley Christian

Talor VanCleave, junior Grant Union / Prairie City


Eli Love, junior Nestucca


Clay Smith, sophomore St. Paul

Luke Beyer, senior Kennedy

Sheldon Lenz, junior Grant Union / Prairie City

Cody Shuttpelz, junior Reedsport

Noah Hancock, sophomore Blanchet Catholic


Bret Boen, senior Kennedy

Owen Bruner senior Kennedy

Levi Heard, senior Umpqua Valley Christian

Spencer Stewart senior Irrigon

Ethan Doyle senior Monroe


Ayden Boursaw, junior Clatskanie


Brendon Schroll, sophomore, Clatskanie

Carson Parish, senior Lost River

Third Team


Carson McNally, sophomore Blanchet Catholic

Tygue Barron, junior Umpqua Valley Christian

Boyd Davis, senior Irrigon


Billy Reynolds, junior Myrtle Point

Noah Koenig, junior Regis


Luke Crowson, senior Monroe


Logan Anderson, sophomore Umpqua Valley Christian

Jude Miller, sophomore Knappa

Max Eaton, junior Regis

Brock Horning, senior Monroe

Dylan Cuff, sophomore Blanchet Catholic


Tyler Haynes, junior Umpqua Valley Christian

Brooks Potter, senior Umpqua Valley Christian

Caden George, junior Heppner / Ione

Treven Moreland, junior Knappa

Austin Sieminski, senior Bonanza

Kyren Miller, senior Weston-McEwen / Griswold


Brian Beyer, senior Kennedy


Jay Noel, junior Reedsport

Honorable Mention


Tucker Kallinger, junior North Douglas / Elkton

Houston Wittenberg, sophomore Culver

Gabe Foster, senior Reedsport

Kegan Fullerton, junior Waldport


Cameron Proudfoot, junior Heppner / Ione


Brian McClure, sophomore, Stanfield / Echo


Tyler Crawford, senior St. Paul

Talon Dark, junior Sherman / Condon / Arlington / Wheeler

Allen Hill, senior Bonanza


Ryland Bell, sophomore Grant Union /Prairie City

Connor Logan, junior Stanfield / Echo


Caden Reigard, junior North Douglas / Elkton

News and notes…

The 3A2A1A baseball All-Star Series, in its 35th year, will be played this weekend, June 10-11, on the campus of Linfield University. The event’s major sponsors are Baseballism and the Oregon High School Baseball Coaches Association. 

Saturday will feature two 9-inning games beginning at 3:30. Tickets are $10. Programs are available for $10.

Sunday features a noon 9-inning game, and is followed by awards presented to the Outstanding Player, Pitcher and Defensive Player of each team, and a Series MVP.

Here is the West roster:

Dylon Atwood, Warrenton

Charlie Beyer, Kennedy

Luke Beyer, Kennedy

Tyler Crawford, St. Paul

Andrew Cuff, Kennedy

Michael Freeborn, Dayton

Samson Gentry, Vernonia

Humberto Gerardo-Keith, Neah-Kah-Nie

Kadon Haugen, Santiam Christian

Brock Horning, Monroe

Logan Kind, Banks

Ethan Kleinschmit, Kennedy

Brandon Krabill, Central Linn

Tarver Langston, Horizon Christian

Dawson Little, Warrenton

Eduardo Loza, Neah-Kah-Nie

Logan Macy, Culver

Warren Rose, St. Paul



3A: Lennie Wolfe, Warrenton

2A: Kevin Moffatt, Kennedy

Here is the East roster:

Tucker Ashbeck, Heppner / Ione

Cash Boe, North Douglas / Elton

Cole Collins, Oakland

Dawson Cook, La Pine

Tyson Flack, La Pine

Alex Flores, Stanfield

Levi Heard, Umpqua Valley Christian

Brasen Holliday, Pleasant Hill

Garrett Johnson, Burns

Jace Johnson, South Umpqua

Hunter Kemper, Burns

Isaac Marble, Lyle

Brooks Potter, Umpqua Valley Christian 

Trenton Rabuck, North Douglas / Elkton

Blake Richardson, Pleasant Hill

Owen Thompson, Cascade Christian

Triston Wallace, Cascade Christian 

Cooper Waltermire, McLoughlin 

East Coaches

3A: Kevin Shafer, Cascade Christian 

2A: RC Huerta, Grant Union / Prairie City


St. Paul, the only 1A public school having consistent success in 2A/1A baseball, concluded a season where it had 21 wins, won its first-ever home playoff game and defeated vaunted Knappa to reach the semifinals. The Buckaroos lost only to two teams all season: 2A/1A champion Kennedy and 3A champion Banks.

It is a tradition at St. Paul that the seniors talk to the younger players at season’s end about the expectations for them going forward: to keep grinding and believe, before figuratively handing down the torch to them.

“It's a pretty cool thing,” said St. Paul coach Dwayne Nowlin.



In this space, we recognize pitchers, with 35 or more innings completed, who had an earned run average of 1.00 or lower.

0.12 – Drake Gabel, senior LHP, West Linn

0.18 – Jaxon Bowen, junior RHP, Sherwood

0.41 – Noble Meyer, senior RHP, Jesuit

0.44 – Wyatt Anicker, senior LHP, Scappoose

0.56 – Ethan Kleinschmit, senior LHP, Kennedy

0.59 -- Bryson Nygren, sophomore RHP, Regis

0.78 – Nolan Umlandt, junior RHP, Sherwood

0.78 – Cole Collins, senior RHP, Oakland

0.83 – Andrew Cuff, senior RHP, Kennedy

0.84 – Jack Matthew, sophomore LHP, Hidden Valley

0.91 – Grayson Grover, sophomore RHP. Scappoose

0.92 – Jaxson Dietrichs, junior RHP, Knappa

0.93 -- Trey Newmann, senior RHP, North Medford

0.93 -- Owen Thompson, senior RHP, Cascade Christian

0.93 – Nolan Needham, sophomore LHP, Union / Cove

1.00 – Connor Molony, sophomore RHP, Thurston

Going going gone goodbye!

Everyone digs the long ball.

Here, we recognize those Oregonians who went yard five or more timesr this season.

9 -- Maddox Molony, senior SS, Thurston

8 – Levi Jones, senior 3B, Jesuit

7 – Ryan VandenBrink, junior C, West Linn

6 -- Kellen Segel, senior UTIL, Grant

6 – Easton Lasich, senior SS, Roosevelt

6 -- Maddox Montoya, junior INF, Sunset

6 – Ryan Prescott, senior 1B, Willamette

5 – Evan Martin, junior INF, Douglas

5 -- Hunter Schwenk, senior 3B, Crater

5 – Ben Christensen, senior INF, Grant

5 – Noble Meyer, senior 1B, Jesuit

It’s a blur

Throwing hard in high school is the easiest way to get outs.

Here, we recognize those Oregon hurlers who hit 87 mph or higher when they get on the bump.

Ty Alleman, senior RHP, Jesuit

Gabe Brabec, senior RHP, Ashland

Ben Christensen, senior RHP, Grant

Ryan Cooney, senior RHP, Jesuit

Blake Crawford, junior LHP, West Linn

Finn Edwards, junior RHP, Summit

Drake Gabel, senior LHP, West Linn

Max Gregg, senior RHP, Corvallis

River Hamilton, sophomore RHP, Barlow

Gabe Howard, senior RHP, West Linn

Zach Justice, senior RHP, Summit

Jack Klee, junior RHP, Southridge

Matt Koskerka, junior RHP, Sandy

Payton Lambert, senior RHP, Pendleton

Jack Lieuallen, senior RHP, Pendleton

Noble Meyer, senior RHP, Jesuit

Connor Molony. Sophomore RHP, Thurston

Maddox Molony, senior RHP, Thurston

Trey Newmann, senior RHP, North Medford

Finbar O’Brien, senior RHP, La Salle Prep

Connor Parry, sophomore RHP, Sherwood

Ryan Rivers, senior RHP, Lebanon

Grady Saunders, freshman RHP, Thurston

Kruz Schoolcraft, freshman LHP, Sunset

Kellen Segel, senior RHP, Grant

Kaden Starr, senior RHP, Marist Catholic

Grant Strother, senior RHP, Sprague

Drew Talavs, senior RHP, West Linn

Owen Thompson, senior RHP, Cascade Christian

Nolan Umlandt, junior RHP, Sherwood

Alex Via, sophomore RHP, Summit

Sam Weber, senior RHP, Barlow

Mark Wiepert, sophomore RHP, Wilsonville

Paul Wilson, senior LHP, Lakeridge

Speed merchants

In this space, we recognize Oregon baseball players who stole 25 or more bases this season.

39 -- Noah Koenig, junior C, Regis

36 – Zack Dugas, sophomore SS, Illinois Valley

35 – Xane Hopkins, freshman OF, Days Creek

34 – Brayde Owen, senior C, Gladstone

33 – Tanner Crandall, junior C, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian

31 -- Ethan Kleinschmit, senior OF, Kennedy

31 – Sheldon Lenz, junior SS, Grant Union / Prairie City

31 – Tyson Smith, freshman SS, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian

29 – Sam Weber, senior SS, Barlow

29 – Drew Bartels, sophomore SS, Blanchet Catholic

29 – Luke Beyer, senior SS, Kennedy

29– Brandon Krabill, senior SS, Central Linn 

28 -- Cole Collins, senior SS/C, Oakland

27 – Trey Fuller, senior OF, Scappoose

27 – Bryant Starr, junior 2B, Lebanon

26 -- Luke Cordry, senior UTIL, Lincoln

26– Jaxon Wirth, senior 3B, Central Linn

26 – Chase Olsen, senior 2B, Scappoose

26 – Brayden Webb, junior SS/C, Oakland

25– Cody Dickerson, Junior OF, Central Linn

25 – Noah Hancock, sophomore 2B, Blanchet Catholic

Get a whiff of this!

Missing bats is an art.

This list recognizes those pitchers who fanned 100 or more batters this season.

178 – Ethan Kleinschmit, senior LHP, Kennedy

158 -- Tyson Smith, freshman RHP, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian

152 -- Owen Thompson, senior RHP, Cascade Christian

142 – Noble Meyer, senior RHP, Jesuit

126 -- Trey Newmann, senior RHP, North Medford

124 -- Cole Collins, senior RHP, Oakland

116 – Boyd Davis, senior RHP, Irrigon

109 – Tucker Ashbeck, senior RHP, Heppner / Ione

106 -- Ryan Rivers, senior RHP, Lebanon

101 – Austin Dietrich, junior RHP, Brookings-Harbor

100 – Taylor Van Cleave, junior RHP, Grant Union / Prairie City

Wait! What?

In this space, we recognize hitters who put up outrageous stat lines in a single game.

Cody Agidius, sophomore 1B/DH, The Dalles – 3-for-4 with three-run homer and two doubles in 10-9 win over Madras on April 12

Cody Agidius, sophomore 1B/DH, The Dalles – 3-for-4 with two HRs and 6 RBIs in 18-8 win over Crook County on April 24

Greg Bologoff, sophomore 1B, Westview – 2-for-3 with two-run double and go-ahead three-run homer for five RBIs in 9-5 win on March 3 versus Corvallis

Zach Busche, senior OF, Westview – 3-for-5 with a home run, 4 RBIs and 3 runs scored in win over Mountainside on April 11

Robert Campbell, senior SS, Franklin – 2-for-4 with grand slam, 7 RBIs and 3 runs score in 21-13 win, March 31 versus Glencoe

Eli Crist, junior INF, Thurston – 2 for-4 with two doubles and 6 RBIs on March 16 in 9-1 win over Sheldon at PK Park

Nate Davis, senior C, Sunset – 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles and three RBIs in win over Aloha on May 15

Jackson Fera, junior 1B, Rex Putnam – 4-4 with a double and three HRs, 5 RBIs, 4 runs scored and a steal in an 8-3 win over La Salle Prep on May 12

Sam Giansante, senior OF, Grant – 4-for-4 with two doubles and 4 RBIs in 10-8 win over Lowell of San Francisco on March 29

Brayden Gutierrez, sophomore 1B, Santiam – 3-for-4 with 5 RBIs in 13-6 loss to Regis on April 28

Zach Justice, senior C, Summit – two homers and 6 RBIs in 15-5 five-inning win over Tualatin on April 7.

Brandon Krabill, senior SS, Central Linn- 3-for-3 with two home runs, 4 RBIs and a stolen base in a 22-13 loss to Glide on March 31

Riley Lantis, junior C, Riverside – 4 for 5 with two doubles, a triple and 5 RBIs in 23-20 win over Stanfield / Echo on March 25

Mitchell Melton, senior OF/3B, Amity – 5-for-5, all singles, with 6 RBIs and two runs scored in a 25-3 victory over Willamina on March 17.

Maddox Montoya, junior INF, Sunset – 4-for-4 with 5 RBIs in a 15-6 win, March 30, versus Desert Mountain of Arizona

Maddox Montoya, junior INF, Sunset -- 2-for-3 with two HRs and 5 RBIs in May 15 win over Aloha

Brayde Owen, senior C, Gladstone – 3-for-5 with a triple, 4 RBIs and 4 steals in 10-1 win over Madras on May 1

Maximus Reynolds, sophomore 2B, Siuslaw – 4-for-4 with a triple and two doubles, April 25 versus Harrisburg

Jaxson Roberts, freshman DH, Stanfield / Echo – 4-for-4 with two doubles, a triple and 6 RBIs in 15-8 win over Weston-McEwen on March 13

Frankie Rutigliano, junior SS, North Medford -- 4-for-4 with a walk, two doubles, a triple, 5 RBIs and 2 runs scored in 11-1 win over Willamette on May 2

Braden Schwartz, senior 3B, The Dalles – 4–for-4 with three doubles and 5 RBIs on March 22 in 15-1 win over Taft

Tyson Smith, freshman RHP, Country Christian – 4-for-5 with six RBIs on April 26 versus Colton AND pitched a complete game with 19 Ks

Jordan Webber, junior 1B, Hood River Valley -- 2-for-3 with two home runs and 6 RBIs in 13-3 win over Glencoe on March 31

Jaxon Wirth, senior 3B, Central Linn – 5-for-5 with three doubles, 4 RBIs and three stolen bases in an 18-7 win against Dufur / South Wasco County on March 28


Below, we recognize pitchers who threw seven-inning no-hitters this year.

Wyatt Anicker, senior LHP, Scappoose – April 7 v. Seaside (whiffed 14 with just two walks in 2-0 win)

Cole Collins, senior RHP, Oakland -- March 20 v. Riddle / Glendale (fanned 17 in 11-0 win)

Gabe Howard, junior RHP, West Linn – April 26 v. Tualatin (fanned 15 and faced one over the minimum in 5-0 win)

Dane Kissel, sophomore RHP, North Valley – May 11 v. Coquille (fanned 15 and faced one over the minimum in 4-0 win)

Carson McNally, sophomore RHP, Blanchet Catholic – April 4 v. Culver (fanned 9 in 4-0 win)

Connor Parry, sophomore RHP, Sherwood – April 19 v. Century (Perfect game! Struck out 13 in 3-0 win)

Ryan Rivers, senior RHP, Lebanon – April 11 v. Silverton (fanned 19 and faced one above the minimum in 6-0 win)

Kruz Schoolcraft, freshman LHP, Sunset -- April 5 v. Mountainside (struck out nine, walked one in 1-0 win) 

Griffin Scott, junior LHP, Ida B. Wells – April 25 v. Roosevelt (fanned 8 in 7-0 win)

.500 or better batting average

Below, we recognize those hitters who, with a minimum of 50 plate appearances, hit .500 or better on the season.

.689 – Nolan Needham, sophomore 1B, Union/ Cove

.588 -- Kaden Starr, senior 3B, Marist Catholic

.582 – Eli Aldred, senior C, Vale

.577 – Connor Dunlea, junior UTIL, Lost River

.571 – Austin Dimmick-Hawkins, senior 2B, Oakridge

.566 – Warren Rose, senior 1B, St. Paul

.541 -- Jaxon Dietrichs, junior 3B, Knappa

.529 – Markus Everitt, senior 1B, Newport

.528 – Humberto Gerardo-Keith, senior UTIL, Neah-Kah-Nie

.524 – Logan Kind, senior 1B, Banks

.513 -- Payton Lambert, senior SS, Pendleton

.500 – Zack Dugas, sophomore SS, Illinois Valley

.500 -- Evan Martin, junior INF, Douglas

.500 -- Noah Koenig, junior C, Regis

.500 – Brayde Owen, senior C, Gladstone

35 or more RBIs

Below we recognize those Oregon hitters with 35 or more runs driven in this season.

45 – Evan Martin, junior INF, Douglas

44 – Braden Schwartz, senior 3B, The Dalles

44 – Andrew Cuff, senior 3B, Kennedy

43 – Jaxon Dietrichs, junior 3B, Knappa

41 -- Kaden Starr, senior 3B, Marist Catholic

40 -- Maddox Montoya, junior INF, Sunset

40 – Ryan VandenBrink, junior, West Linn

39 – Tyler Crawford, senior 3B, St. Paul

38 -- Eli Crist, junior INF, Thurston

38 – Dylan Cuff, sophomore 3B, Blanchet Catholic

37 – Ben Christensen, senior INF, Grant

37 – Gabe Coltman, sophomore OF, Lincoln

37 – Andrew Demianew, senior UTIL, Pendleton

37 – Ethan Kleinschmit, senior OF, Kennedy

36 -- Payton Lambert, senior SS, Pendleton

35 -- Ayden Holcomb, senior 1B, Madras

35 – Charlie Beyer, senior C, Kennedy

35 – Grady Saunders, freshman UTIL, Thurston

Catcher pick offs

In this space, we list those catchers who, at least 15 times this year, cut down would-be base stealers at second or third, or back picked a runner at any of the infield bases.

28 – Caiden Gould, junior, North Eugene

19 – Micah Jaynes, sophomore, Union / Cove

16 – Tanner Crandall, junior, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian

15 – Parker Hughes, junior, Harrisburg

15 – Charlie Beyer, senior, Kennedy

15 -- Spencer Kowalski, senior, Blanchet Catholic

Outfield assists

In this space, we list those outfielders who, at least three times this year, threw out runners trying to take an extra base.

8 – Cody Dickerson, junior, Central Linn

7 – Jordan Baumgartner, junior, Valley Catholic

5 – Blake Edwards, senior, North Eugene

4 – Syrus Workman, sophomore, Grant Union / Prairie City

4 -- Talen Schaffer, sophomore, Illinois Valley

4 -- Axel Prechel, sophomore, Corvallis

4 – Kyle Miller, sophomore, Thurston

4 -- Kallen Christensen, senior, Brookings-Harbor 

3 -- Jozia Williams, junior, Illinois Valley 

3 -- Reuben Elliston, junior, Grant

3 --Sawyer Chalmers, senior, La Salle Prep

3 –Conor Garvey, sophomore, La Salle Prep


In this space, we list those players, in the current senior class and younger, who have signed National Letters of Intent in baseball or have made a commitment to attend a college or university of their choice. Congrats! It can be so demanding but at the same time is so rewarding.

Here are the 113 commitments -- a massive number. A total of 89 seniors are on the list. Of those, 18 are going Division I, while another 42 will start their college careers at the community college level.

Ty Alleman, senior RHP, Jesuit – Santa Clara University

Ben Allen, junior C, McNary -- University of Portland

Luke Anzellotti, senior C, Central Catholic – Chaminade University (Honolulu)

Fischer Barber, sophomore RHP, Bend – Oregon State

Jonah Barkoff, junior LHP, Lake Oswego – University of Oregon

Luke Bents, senior OF, Summit – Whitworth

Jake Bernardy, senior LHP, Bend – Chemeketa CC

Luke Beyer, senior SS, Kennedy -- Chemeketa CC

Nick Biagi, senior 1B, Marist Catholic – Linn-Benton CC

Brady Bloss, senior OF, Lincoln – Shasta College

Gabe Brabec, senior RHP, Ashland – Lane CC

Jake Brady, senior OF, Clackamas -- Eastern Oregon

Buddy Brands, senior RHP, Tigard - Iowa Western CC

Elliot Brown, senior INF, Grant – Lane CC

JD Cannon, senior INF/RHP, Tigard - Mt. Hood CC

Owen Combs, senior 3B/RHP, Franklin – Mt. Hood CC 

Ryan Cooney, senior SS, Jesuit – University of Oregon

Easton Corey, senior RHP, Pendleton – Oregon State

Ronak Crossley, senior INF, Newberg - Hastings College 

Andrew Cuff, senior RHP/3B, Kennedy -- Centralia CC

Owen Cummins, senior SS/RHP, Gresham -- Lower Columbia CC

Nate Davis, senior C, Sunset -- University of Oregon

Andrew Demianew, senior Utility, Pendleton – Linn-Benton CC

Kaden DuChene, senior OF, Tigard - Linfield

Quin Dufort, junior LHP, Ida B. Wells – University of Portland

David Duvalle, senior RHP, Mountain View - Pacific University

Blake Edwards, senior OF, North Eugene –Chemeketa C.C.

Adam Evans, senior RHP, Canby -- Yakima CC

Joe Fagan, sophomore SS, Scappoose - University of Portland

Michael Fitzgerald, senior LHP, Sunset – Mt. Hood CC

Tyson Flack, senior LHP, La Pine -- Umpqua C.C.

Henry Fovinci, senior OF, Lincoln -- Whitworth

Declan Francis, senior RHP/1B, Lake Oswego -- Linfield 

Carson Gantz, senior RHP/INF, Jesuit – Regis University

Cade Gehlen, junior OF, Central Catholic – University of Portland

Graham Geibel, senior OF, Newberg - Pacific University 

Sam Giansante, senior OF, Grant – Linn-Benton CC

Nate Goodman, senior INF, Bend – Occidental

Will Goodman, sophomore INF, Bend – University of Washington

Calvin Gregory, sophomore LHP, Lakeridge – Oregon State

Parker Guinn, senior C, McMinnville – Cal State Bakersfield

River Hamilton, sophomore RHP, barlow – Oregon State

Isaac Hertzog, senior SS, Tigard – Linn-Benton CC

Ryan Hill, senior SS, Crater – Mt. Hood C.C.

Aiden Horsley, senior OF, North Medford – Lower Columbia CC

Gabe Howard, junior RHP, West Linn – University of Oregon

Kaden Isola, senior 1B/OF, Bend -- Sacramento City College

Levi Jones, senior 3B, Jesuit – Oregon State

Jack Joyce, senior RHP, Canby -- Mt. Hood CC

Zach Justice, senior C, Summit -- University of Oregon

Johnny King, senior INF, North Medford – Mt. Hood CC

Ethan Kleinschmit, senior LHP/OF, Kennedy – Linn-Benton CC

Caden Koffler, senior C, Willamette – Walla Walla C.C.

Spencer Kowalski, senior C/OF, Blanchet Catholic -- Centralia CC

Payton Lambert, senior SS, Pendleton – Santa Clara

Easton Lasich, senior SS, Roosevelt – Eastern Oregon

Brock Leitgeb, senior C, Jesuit – University of Michigan

Simon Lemke, senior RHP, Mountain View - Columbia Basin College

Armand Lettiere, senior RHP/OF, Central Catholic – University of Puget Sound

Zach Lyon, senior OF, Lebanon – Chemeketa C.C.

Ethan Matsuoka, junior INF, Tualatin -- University of Portland

Noble Meyer, senior RHP, Jesuit – University of Oregon

Connor Malony, sophomore 1B/RHP, Thurston -- University of Oregon

Maddox Molony, senior SS/RHP, Thurston – University of Oregon

Cooper Mullens, senior INF, Marist Catholic – University of Michigan

Jayden Nakamura, sophomore SS, Aloha – University of Washington

Carter Nelson, junior RHP, South Salem – University of Oregon

Sawyer Nelson, freshman SS, South Salem – University of Washington

Trey Newmann, senior RHP, North Medford – University of Oregon

Jacob Ogden, senior OF, Wilsonville – Chaminade University

Chase Olsen, senior INF, Scappoose – Centralia CC

Russell Petersen, senior RHP, Ida B. Wells – Whitman

Anthony Pezqueda, senior 2B, North Valley – Lassen CC 

Cal Pickhardt, senior INF, Mountain View - Yavapai College

Isaac Pfeifer, sophomore C, Tualatin -- Arizona State

Ryan Prescott, senior 1B/LHP, Willamette – Walla Walla C.C.

Cooper Rathbun, senior 1B/RHP, Ashland — Oregon Tech

Aiden Rice, sophomore INF, Central Catholic – University of Portland

Caleb Ruchaber, senior INF, Jesuit – University of La Verne

Dawson Santana, senior 2B, Lakeridge – University of Oregon

Kainoa Santiago, sophomore OF, Jesuit – Gonzaga University

Grady Saunders, freshman RHP/Utility, Thurston – Oregon State

Colton Schmokel, senior 1B, Lincoln -- Centralia CC

Teagan Scott, freshman C, South Salem – Oregon State

Kellen Segel, senior RHP/Utility, Grant – Linn-Benton CC

Kaden Starr, senior RHP, Marist Catholic – University of Portland

Walker Still, senior C/INF, Crescent Valley – University of Redlands

Brandon Stinnett, senior INF, Sprague – Seattle University

Connor Stone, senior 1B/OF, Sunset – Centralia CC

Grant Strother, senior RHP, Sprague -- Tufts

Garrett Strube, senior INF, Clackamas -- George Fox

Charlie Sturm, senior C, Jesuit – Chapman University

Matthew Tacheny, senior RHP, Clackamas -- Linfield

Drew Talavs, senior P, West Linn – Oregon State

Owen Thompson, senior RHP, Cascade Christian – Lane CC

Owen Tilden, senior C, Canby -- Missouri Baptist University

Sam Tsiatsos, senior Utility/RHP, La Grande – Blue Mountain CC

Slater Tsuma, senior INF/RHP, Westview -- Chemeketa C.C.

Nolan Umlandt, junior RHP, Sherwood – University of Portland

Ryan Vanden Brink, junior C, West Linn – Oregon State

Joe Vaccaro, senior OF, Mountain View - Chemeketa CC

Alex Via, sophomore RHP, Summit -- University of Portland

Jake Von Lubken, senior OH/ RHP, Hood River Valley – Linn-Benton CC

Kayden Wagner, senior LHP, South Salem -- Chemeketa C.C.

Tyler Walker, senior RHP, Lebanon -- Chemeketa CC

William Wallace, senior RHP, Jesuit – Pomona Pitzer

Triston Wallace, senior C, Cascade Christian – Umpqua CC

Carson Waples, senior RHP, Silverton -- Mt. Hood CC

Sam Weber, senior SS/RHP, Barlow – Lewis & Clark State College

Cole Weiland, senior OF/RHP, South Salem -- Whitworth

Mark Wiepert, sophomore C/3B, Wilsonville -- Oregon State

Paul Wilson, senior LHP, Lakeridge – Oregon State