Posted On: 11/19/19 12:35 PM

The 2019-20 season is upon us and it’s time to take a look at the top leagues in the state. We kick things off with 6A and the tradtionally tough Metro League, which certainly had another banner year - both figuratively and literally as the conference brought home another state championship.

2018-19 Review

At the end, the Metro League reigned supreme as Jesuit shocked the world and captured the state title but the conference was deeper than just that. Southridge, Westview, and Sunset were all Top 20 teams all season long and fought hard all season long behind the Crusaders to end up tying for second at 8-4. Beaverton was just behind and also qualified for the post-season. Individually, seniors Justin Bieker (Jesuit) and Brock Henry (Southridge) shared Player of the Year honors, with Bieker also earning First Team All-State and Henry Second Team. Both have moved on to the college level as redshirt freshmen at San Francisco (Bieker) and Lewis-Clark State (Henry).

State Tournament Threats

Westview – The Wilcats were one missed shot at the buzzer away from knocking off Lake Oswego making it to state and return a lot of young talent. Wayne Jamison

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