It turned out to be a big year for the Timberwolf veterans

by: DAN BROOD - TRIPLE THREAT -- Brandon Shroyer (left) stared for the Tualatin High School football, boys basketball and baseball teams as a senior. TIGARD — The 2013-2014 school year was, again, a successful one for Tualatin High School when it came to athletics.

It was a golden year for a pair of Timberwolf teams — the girls soccer squad and the girls water polo team — who claimed state championships.

Tualatin also excelled in its final year playing in the Pacific Conference, winning conference or district titles in girls water polo, girls swimming, baseball, girls tennis and girls golf.

And, as usual, the senior class at Tualatin played a major role in that success.

Here’s a brief look at some of the seniors, in addition to Times Athlete of the Year Jill Farley, who stepped up big for the Wolves the past school year.

Brandon Shroyer was a three-sport star as a Tualatin senior. Shroyer stepped up at quarterback and defensive back for the Timberwolf football squad. He was a defensive stopper for the boys basketball team and a hard-hitting outfielder for the baseball team.

by: DAN BROOD - ALL-TIME BEST -- Laura Taylor set a new Class 6A track and field state-meet record with her winning mark of 12-8 in the pole vault.Laura Taylor not only repeated as the Class 6A girls pole vault champion at the state track and field meet, but she also set a new state-meet record with her winning height of 12 feet, 8 inches.

Jasmine Miller brought a combination of power, athleticism and skill to the Tualatin volleyball and girls basketball teams.

Ryan Wisner and Nick Hines each played key roles for the Tualatin football team in the fall and they each advanced to the Class 6A state track and field championships in the spring, with Wisner placing second in the boys high jump.

Kate McDonnell, with her stellar play at goalie, helped lead the Tualatin girls water polo team to the state championship.

Joey Fishback was a shifty guard for the Tualatin boys basketball team and a slick-fielding infielder for the baseball squad.

Jake Gellos provided strong defense for the boys soccer team and, as a catcher, for the baseball squad.

Beth Fanger was a dynamo for both the Timberwolf volleyball and softball teams.

Cooper Brunner was both a big-time hitter and fielder for the Tualatin baseball team and he played a key role coming off the bench for the boys basketball squad.

Hayley Mortensen came back from an injury to win Pacific Conference girls golf district tournament medalist honors.

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