In all, 25 players and nine schools were represented from Washington County in the 4A, 5A and 6A classifications.

(PMG PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL) - Liberty's Natasha Stubbs (9) during an OSAA Softball game against Corvallis at Glencoe High School in Hillsboro, Ore., on Friday, March 29, 2019. (PMG photo: Christopher Oertell)In what can only be described as a strange season — to say the least — Oregon's Season 3 (traditionally spring sports) athletes persevered despite masks, shortened seasons, and limited participation.

While there were no state champions, all-state teams in all classifications were announced this past week and Washington County athletes were well-represented, with 25 different players and nine different schools represented.

Tigard, led by junior pitcher Makenna Reid, boasted three 6A classification honorees. The Tigers won the Three Rivers League with a 16-2 overall record, and Reid finished the season with a 15-2 individual mark and a 1.10 ERA, while striking out 218 and walking just 31, along with tossing two no-hitters.

Jesuit had four honorees, led by senior pitcher Ellie McClaskey.

Mountainside tallied three selections, including sophomore shortstop/outfielder Ashley Goodale.

And Southridge, Liberty, Tualatin and Metro League champion Westview tallied two honorees apiece. Westview was led by senior shortstop Emma Antich, who helped the Wildcats to a 14-5 overall record and 11-1 league mark.

Hillsboro Spartans outfielder Kiara McCrea was a 5A classification first-team selection for the second time, following her 2019 honor coupled with the that season's State Player of the Year award. McCrea was one of three Spartan honorees this year.

COURTESY PHOTO: STEWART MONROE - Banks' Hailey Frame runs hard to first base during the Braves' home game versus Valley Catholic this past season. Frame was a 4A first team all-state selection for the Braves.In the 4A classification, Banks tallied four honorees, led by first team selections Maddy Vandehey and Haile Frame, both seniors. Vandehey batted .451 for the Braves, and Frame hit .310 with a .463 on-base percentage from her outfield position, leading Banks to a 15-1 overall record and Cowapa League title.


First Team

Makenna Reid, junior, Tigard

Amanda Peterson, sophomore, Southridge

Ellie McClaskey, senior, Jesuit

Addison Kachnik, junior, Mountainside

Emma Antich, senior, Westview

Georgia Corey, junior, Jesuit

Ashley Goodale, sophomore, Mountainside

Second Team

Julia Jordan, senior, Westview

Lizzy Bradford, junior, Mountainside

Karen Spadafora, sophomore, Tigard

Juliana Penuel, senior, Southridge

Natasha Stubbs, senior, Liberty

Zoe Allen, senior, Liberty

Third Team

Camille Schmitz, junior, Tualatin

Ainsley Davis, junior, Jesuit

Madison Mayhew, senior, Jesuit

Taylor Corcoran, senior, Tualatin

Honorable Mention

Kani Korok, junior, Tigard


PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Hillsboro's Kiara McCrea was a 5A first team all-state selection for the Spartans. McCrea will be playing at Portland State University next season.First Team

Kiara McCrea, senior, Hillsboro

Second Team

Chelsey Kinney, junior, Hillsboro

Honorable Mention

Sydney Lierman, senior, Hillsboro


First Team

Maddy Vandehey, senior, Banks

Hailey Frame, senior, Banks

Second Team

Sydney Maller, junior, Banks

Olivia Wyatt, sophomore, Banks

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