Unknowns and Undervalued

Posted On: 11/26/19 5:00 PM

The 2019-20 season is upon us and it’s time to take a look at the top leagues in the state. We look at the newly created Pacific Conference.

2018-19 Review

In its first year, the Pacific Conference was largely competitive within but struggled a bit to gain footing among the rest of the state. Sherwood was the class of the league and won the title going away but Forest Grove and Newberg battled it out for second and third and McMinnville was able to edge out Century for a playoff berth. With the power rankings low for most of the schools, the post-season draw was tough and only Sherwood was able to win a game. It ended for the Bowman in a tough road game at Grant but the seed had been planted for this season.

State Tournament Threats

Sherwood – It's the last season for Sherwood in their old school building and you can bet it will be a good one for head coach Rahim Tufts and his crew. The Bowman have some very key returnees back that should make them the clear favorite this season. It will start once again with Jamison Guerra (13.0

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