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All-Region multi-sport athletes: Best of the rest

Outstanding female and male high school athletes

The Columbian
Published: June 15, 2019, 9:35pm
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King’s Way’s MacKenzie Ellertson (32) shoots as Stevenson’s Kaitlin Wenz (23) jumps to block her during Thursday night’s game against Stevenson at King’s Way High School in Vancouver on Jan. 23, 2019. (Alisha Jucevic/The Columbian)
King’s Way’s MacKenzie Ellertson (32) shoots as Stevenson’s Kaitlin Wenz (23) jumps to block her during Thursday night’s game against Stevenson at King’s Way High School in Vancouver on Jan. 23, 2019. (Alisha Jucevic/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Allie Corral, Prairie

Corral earned All-Region status in basketball as the point guard for the state champion Falcons. She was also the goalkeeper for the Prairie soccer team that reached the state semifinals amd she was contributor on a state-tournament softball team.

Ashlyn Daugherty, Woodland

The senior was an all-2A Greater St. Helens League first-team performer in soccer. In the winter, she earned All-Region honors in wrestling, winning a state championship at 105 pounds and dropping just two matches all season.

Meri Dunford, Prairie

A former soccer player, the junior earned All-Region honors in both cross country and track and field, earning a pair of top-3 finishes at state in track. She was also a key contributor on Prairie’s state championship girls basketball team.

MacKenzie Ellertson, King’s Way Christian

The senior was All-Region in girls soccer, helping King’s Way Christian reach the state championship game. She was the 1A state player of the year and signed with Washington State. In basketball, she was the 1A Trico League co-player of the year.

Alysia Fraly, Prairie

The freshman was an all-league performer in cross country, placing seventh at district. She earned All-Region honors in softball, batting .507 with seven home runs and 40 RBI for a Prairie team that advanced to the state tournament.

Grace Gordon, Columbia River

The senior earned All-Region honors in gymnastics after winning the 3A/2A/1A state title on the balance beam. She was also the 3A/2A GSHL gymnast of the year. She also earned All-Region in track with a runner-up finish at state in the 2A pole vault.

Nicole Guthrie, Woodland

The junior earned All-Region honors in track and field by winning the 2A state title in the high jump by clearing 5-4. She earned honorable mention all-league in basketball, and she was also a key contributor on the Beavers volleyball team that placed at state.

Jaydia Martin, Hudson’s Bay

The sophomore earned All-Region honors in basketball when she averaged 13.6 points a game to help Bay reach state for the first time since 2007. She was also a second-team all-3A Greater St. Helens League pick at outside hitter in volleyball.

Shea McGee, Camas

The sophomore earned her second All-Region gymnast of the year honor by winning the 4A state all-around title. She also qualified for state in diving in the fall, and qualified for state in the pole vault in track and field in the spring.

Katie Peneueta, Heritage

Sophomore was All-Region in basketball after being an unanimous pick for first team all-4A Greater St. Helens League. She was the co-field athlete of the year in track and field, excelling in the shot put and javelin. She also was second-team all-league pick in volleyball.

Tyra Schroeder, King’s Way Christian

The senior was a three-sport standout for King’s Way Christian. She was a first-team all-Trico League infielder in softball, a first-team selection in basketball for the league champions and first-team all-league selection in volleyball.

Katie Vroman, Prairie

The senior earned All-Region honors in volleyball after being selected the 3A Greater St. Helens League player of the year. She was also a second-team all-league pick in track and field at both the 400 and 800 meters.

Cooper Barnum, Skyview

The junior earned All-Region honors in baseball, hitting .341 with a 1.74 earned-run average for the state semifinalists. He was also first team all-4A Greater St. Helens League pick in football as both a defensive back and a punter.

Kellen Bringhurst, Ridgefield

The senior earned All-Region in two sports. He shined on the mound and at the plate for the baseball team as the 2A Greater St. Helens League player of the year. He was also All-Region in golf, placing third at the 2A state meet.

AJ Dixson, Prairie

The junior was a three-sport standout for the Falcons. He was the first-team all-3A Greater St. Helens League quarterback in football. He was a key contributor on the basketball team that reached state. And he was first-team all-league in track and field.

Brock Harrison, Ridgefield

The senior earned All-Region status in football as the most outstanding player on defense in the 2A Greater St. Helens League. He’s an Eastern Washington commit. He was also a first-team all-league pick in baseball as a designated hitter.

Shane Jamison, Camas

Senior was an All-Region pick in football, leading the Papermaker defense from his linebacker position. He’s a University of San Diego commit. He was also a first-team all-league pick in baseball as a designated hitter. And he was key contributor in basketball.

Lincoln Krog, Stevenson

Senior earned All-Region honors in track and field after winning 1A state titles in the long jump, triple jump and high jump. In football, he was the Trico League MVP, leading the Bulldogs to a league title. And he was second-team all-league pick in basketball.

Daniel Maton, Camas

Senior was the All-Region athlete of the year in track and field, becoming a three-time state champion in the 800 and 1,600 meters. He also ran on Camas’ state title winning 1,600 relay. He was All-Region in cross country and the league runner of the year.

Garrett Moen, Mountain View

Senior was All-Region in baseball after hitting .386 as the Thunder’s leadoff hitter. As the starting quarterback on Mountain View’s state semifinal football team, Moen was also the 3A Greater St. Helens League co-offensive player of the year.

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Carter Morse, Hudson’s Bay

Senior was a three-sport standout for Eagles. In football, he was a first-team all-3A Greater St. Helens League pick as an all-purpose player. He was a first-team all-league outfielder in baseball, and he was a key contributor on the basketball team.

Isaiah Parker, Seton Catholic/Mountain View

Senior, who attended Seton, earned All-Region honors in baseball, scoring 23 runs for Mountain View, was the first-team all-3A Greater St. Helens League shortstop. He was a first-team all-Trico League pick in basketball for Seton Catholic.

Sawyer Racanelli, Hockinson

Junior earned All-Region honors in football, leading the Hawks to a repeat state championship. He has committed to the University of Washington. He was first-team all-league outfielder in baseball and a second-team all-league pick in basketball.

Lincoln Victor, Union

Senior was the All-Region player of the year in football after leading the Titans to the 4A state championship. The state player of the year is also a University of Hawaii signee. He was also an all-league sprinter in track and field, advancing to state.

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