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State-champion Wilsonville lands two on first team; five Cats honored overall.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - La Salle junior Nick Robertson was named the NWOC's Player of the Year after leading his team to 11-3 record and second-place finish in the conference.They are the best.

The highest scoring, best defending and slickest passing — these are your Northwest Oregon Conference boys basketball all-stars for the 2021-22 winter season.

La Salle junior Nick Robertson was named the NWOC's Player of the Year after leading his team to an 11-3 record and second-place finish in the conference, a 15-9 overall record, the No. 9 ranking in the state and a berth in the Class 5A state playoffs.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Wilsonville senior Maxim Wu was named to the all-NWOC first team after leading his team to a conference championship, and later, a Class 5A state title.

Northwest Oregon Conference

First Team — Nick Robertson, jr., La Salle; Skyler Schmidt, jr., Scappoose; Logan Law, jr., Milwaukie; Maxim Wu, jr., Wilsonville; Kaden Harris, jr., Milwaukie; Logan Thebiay, sr., Wilsonville.

Player of the Year — Nick Robertson, La Salle

Coach of the Year — Matt Humphreys, Scappoose

Second Team — Logan Jackson, sr., Hillsboro; Kallen Gutridge, so., Wilsonville; Luke McNabb, sr., Scappoose; Leron Richards, sr., Hillsboro; Tristan Davis, jr., Wilsonville.

Third Team — KuVarie Davis, jr., Parkrose; Finbar O'Brien, jr., La Salle; Lennon Greenleaf, so., Putnam; Neil Wolfe, sr., St. Helens; Enzo Chimienti, sr., Wilsonville.

Honorable Mention — Sean LaChappelle, sr., Milwaukie; Jake Scacco, sr., La Salle; Colin Stoddard, sr., Scappoose; Malcolm Harrison, sr., Scappoose; Carter Sprague, jr., Milwaukie; Quorey Bays, sr., Scappoose; Caleb Bradford, sr., Parkrose; Zack Robinson, sr., St. Helens; Julius Blair, fr., Parkrose; Braedon Latta, jr., Putnam; Trevor Fitzgerald, sr., St. Helens; Walker O'Dell, sr., Putnam.

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