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A look at the post-season accolades given out to Canby High athletes for the fall 2021 league seasons

Canby boys soccer all-league

Though the season win-loss record wasn't what the Canby boys soccer team would have wanted, they still made an impression based on the post-season awards.

Topping the list is goalkeeper David Villegas, who took home one of the "big three" Tri-River Conference awards when he was named the Goalkeeper of the Year.

Head coach Ryan McCormack said that based on statistical analysis, Villegas has recorded 8.1 saves per match, "which is really high. As a keeper, David brings the team a lot of confidence for several reasons. First, we know we're going to be able to attack a little more freely because David is going to keep us in games with his amazing reflexes and technique. Second, David is one of the better players on the team with his feet, so offensively, we know we can use him to play through if we get stuck trying to get out of the back. He's also great at distributing long and can hit 50-60 yard balls accurately."

While McCormack couldn't point to a specific play that stood out, he did say that the West Linn game was one he remembered. His keeper had "I think 12 or 13 saves that game against a very talented, eventual league champions, and six of them would make my highlight reel as a spectacular save."

But Villegas wasn't along in getting all-league mention. Vladimir Bernal Lopez was tabbed to the second-team, while Carlos Perez Garcia, Heladio Vera, Samuel Barajas, Riley Hemsi-Walters, and Christian Sanchez Ramirez were all named to the honorable mention list.

COURTESY PHOTO: RYAN MCCORMACK - Canby's David Villegas was named goalkeeper of the year in Tri-River Conference voting of league coaches.

Canby football all-league

The Canby football team has enjoyed quite the season, finishing second in the Northwest Oregon Conference and currently still alive in the Class 5A football playoffs.

With that team success has come plenty of individual honors via all-league selections. Here's a look at this year's honorees for the Cougars.

Offensive First Team: Tyler Konold (So.) running back; Colin Kennedy (Sr.), guard; Casey Langdale (Sr.), tackle; Jacob Strand (Sr.) tight end.

Offensive Honorable Mention: Mikey Gibson (Sr.), quarterback; Bryce Oliver (Sr.), running back; Clayton Langdale (Sr.), tackle; Matthew Hagen (Sr.), center.

Defensive First Team: Casey Langdale (Sr.) defensive line; Jacob Strand (Sr.), defensive line; Joe Brauckmiller (Sr.), linebacker; Braden Snoderly (Jr.) linebacker; Matt Soles (Sr.), safety; Tyler Konold (So.), cornerback.

Defensive Honorable Mention: Cam Lee (Sr.), linebacker; Davis Hagen (Jr.), linebacker.

Special Teams First Team: Tyler Konold (So.), returner.

Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Joe Brauckmiller (Canby).

Lineman of the Year: Jacob Strand (Canby).

Canby Volleyball all-league

The Canby High volleyball team reaped some individual accolades from its conference brothers and sisters.

Here's a look at the all-league honorees for the squad

Second-team all-league: Natalie Just (Jr.), setter.

Honorable mention: Samy Vandecoevering (Sr.), libero; Chloe Anna (Jr.), middle blocker/hitter; Gabi Gray (Sr.), defensive specialist/libero; Atalie Leder (Sr.), outside hitter.

Canby girls soccer all-league

Honnorable mention: Ashley Peterson (Sr.), Kathryn Fentress (Sr.), Katie Anderson (Sr.), Kendal Johnson (Fr.).


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