Posted On: 04/20/18 6:02 PM
No it wasn’t groundhogs day, just the same two Cowapa powers squaring off once again in the state title game and once again Seaside returned to the Oregon coast with the blue state title trophy while Valley Catholic made the short trip home as runner ups. The Cowapa League continued its dominance of the 4A level, with no signs of slowing down next season.
Here is our look at the players who stood out this season and earned recognition on the Prep Hoops Oregon All State Teams:
1st Team All State
Dalton Renne 6’7 Wing SR Banks (Player of the Year)
Kye Blaser 6’2 Guard SR Newport
Chase Januik 6’1 Guard JR Seaside
Lyric Warren 5’10 Guard SR Gladstone
Ian Collett 5’8 Guard SR Tillamook
Blake Gobel 6’8 Post JR Banks
Grant Webster 6’7 Post JR Marshfield
Jayden Frank 6’2 Wing JR North Bend
GT Blackman 6’0 Guard SR Lagrande
Ty Horner 6’8 Post SR Sisters
Kaleb Anundi 6’8 Post JR Stayton
Trey Lopez 5’9 Guard SR Mazama
Kyle Hadwick 6’1 Guard SR Henley
Peyton Westerholm 6’0 Guard JR Seaside
Andrew Plambeck 6’4 Wing SR Valley Catholic
Ryan Hague 6’3 Wing SO Seaside
Jacob Slifka 6’4 Wing SO Banks
Jack Grasberger 6’6 Post SR Valley Catholic
Damian Ball 6’7 Post SR Cascade
Corey Stover 6’7 Post JR Marshfield
Our way to early look at the Top 5 for the 2018-19 season:
- Seaside – Returns virtually every player from their state championship team.
- Banks – Loses Dalton Renne, but return two players from our all state list plus several key role players.
- Marshfield – State tournament team that returns the twin towers of Stover & Webster. Their size will prove a challenge for opponents.
- North Bend – Return almost the entire roster, including all state player in Jayden Frank.
- Valley Catholic – Lose 3 key seniors, but return a deep group of underclassmen and the style that has cultivated a winning culture.
Others to Watch: Philomath, Lagrande, Stayton