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Jesuit leads the way with five honorees, but Mountainside, Westview, Tualatin, Sherwood and Valley Catholic all represented.

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Jesuit's Maisie Alexander (3) and Tess Masingale (16) celebrate a point during a match with Westview this past season. Both were first team all-league honorees for the Crusaders this season, while Masingale was the Metro League Player of the Year., Times - Sports The regular season's first and second place finishers take 10 of 12 first team spots. Jesuit, Westview dominate list of Metro League volleyball all-starsThe Jesuit volleyball team may have come up just short in their bid for a state title, but their work this past fall didn't go unnoticed by those around the state, for five Crusader netters were honored on this year's list of 6A all-state honorees—two of which were first-teamers.

Jesuit's senior middle blocker Tess Masingale, along with fellow senior, libero Maisie Alexander, joined Sheldon's Beaux Bruegman, Central Catholic's Elliott Bush, South Salem's Laila Leaks, and West Linn's Emily Warmenhoven on this year's first team.

Both Masingale and Alexander were key contributors to a Jesuit team that won the Metro League with an undefeated 12-0 record, finished 27-3 overall, and won playoff games over Tualatin, West Salem, Sprague and Bend before falling to West Linn in the state final.

Jesuit head coach Teresa Zimmerlee may have summed-up Masingale's potency best following a match earlier this season.

"She's really hard to stop," she said with a smile. "When we get her the ball she has great reach and can send it back pretty aggressively. She's very difficult to defend."

Joining the Crusader first-teamers on this year's list of honorees was second-teamer, junior Isabel Patterson, in addition to honorable mention selections, junior Ceanna O'Loughlin and freshman Jackie Carle.

Along with Jesuit's selections, Mountainside, Westview, Tualatin and Sherwood each boasted an honoree, with the Mavericks' Emma Burlingame earning second team honors, Alyssa Kapuniai-Ryan earning honorable mention for the Bowmen, with Wildcats junior Alize Bakker joining her on the list of honorable mention selections.

Sherwood finished 18-4 overall and won the Pacific Conference before losing the state playoffs' second round to Sprague.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Westview's Alize Bakker celebrates a point during the Wildcats' second round playoff game with Oregon City. Bakker was an honorable mention all-state selection.Westview finished second to Jesuit in the Metro League and advanced to the second round where they lost to state power Oregon City, while Mountainside too advanced to the state playoffs before losing a second-round game to Bend.

West Linn's Emily Warmenhoven was the 6A Player of the Year, while David Douglas' Janeen Rainey earned Coach of the Year honors.

In the 4A classification, Beaverton's Valley Catholic tallied three all-state honorees, including first-teamers, senior Kyle King and junior Frances Eisenhardt, along with Valiants sophomore Katiya Blas-Arellano who earned an honorable mention selection.

Valley Catholic finished 19-6 overall and won the Cowapa League before losing to Cascade in the state semifinals.

Sweet Home's Jamie Seward was the 4A's Player of the Year, while Cascade's Cristina Williams was the Coach of the Year.

The entire list of honorees can be seen below:

All-State Volleyball

6A

Player of the Year: Emily Warmenhoven, West Linn

Coach of the Year: Janeen Rainey, David Douglas

First Team

Maisie Alexander, Jesuit

Beaux Bruegman, Sheldon

Elliott Bush, Central Catholic

Laila Leaks, South Salem

Tess Masingale, Jesuit

Emily Warmenhoven, West Linn

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Sherwood's Alyssa Kapuniai-Ryan during a match this past season against Sprague. Kapuniai-Ryan was a honorable mention 6A all-state selection.Second Team

Emma Burlingame, Mountainside

Shealyn Cecil, West Linn

Sophia Gregoire-Salagean, Newberg

Makayla Miller, North Medford

Isabel Patterson, Jesuit

Makayla Roginski, Gresham

Honorable Mention

Alize Bakker, Westview

Sophie Biehler, Tualatin

Jackie Carle, Jesuit

Avery Fraser, Wells

Addie Hoover, West Linn

Alyssa Kapuniai-Ryan, Sherwood

Chloe LeLuge, Bend

Ella Nordquist, West Linn

Ceanna O'Loughlin, Jesuit

Emma Pruitt, Oregon City

Lauren Stemple, Central Catholic

5A

Co-Players of the Year: Ashli Edmiston, Wilsonville Hailey Heider, West Albany

Coach of the Year: Megan Wallace, West Albany

First Team

Ashli Edmiston, Wilsonville

Bridget Gould, North Bend

Sydney Harrington, West Albany

Hailey Heider, West Albany

McKenzie Jonas, Crook County

Sydney Wilson, North Bend

Second Team

Jenna Albrecht, Ridgeview

Alexis Haury, Silverton

Isabella Jacobson, Crescent Valley

Olivia Maulding, La Salle Prep

Madison Vaughn, Ridgeview

Jaycee Villastrigo, Crook County

COURTESY PHOTO - Valley Catholic's Kylee King during a match this past season. King was a first team 4A all-state selection.Honorable Mention

Gracie Boeder, West Albany

Aspen Bradley, Redmond

Ava Makua, Lebanon

Mia McCaffrey, La Salle Prep

Stella Scott, Churchill

Kaitlyn Van Well, Dallas

Makenna Wiepert, Wilsonville

Tessa Zimmerman, West Albany

4A

Player of the Year: Jamie Seward, Sweet Home

Coach of the Year: Cristina Williams, Cascade

First Team

Gracie Arnold, Cottage Grove

Lucretia Benolken, Cascade

Frances Eisenhardt, Valley Catholic

Bridget Fenner, Mazama

Kylee King, Valley Catholic

Jamie Seward, Sweet Home

Second Team

Kendal Hadwick, Henley

Sage Kramer, Philomath

Olivia Lewis, Molalla

Sydney Myhre, Sisters

Jozie Ramos, Baker

Gracie Vohs, Sisters

Honorable Mention

Katiya Blas-Arellano, Valley Catholic

Meah Carley, Cascade

Lacy Churchfield, Baker

Kenna Coleman, Cascade

Isabelle Hill, Mazama

Adaira Sleutel, Sweet Home

Makayla Tuiolemotu, Tillamook

Desiree Tupua, Siuslaw


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