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McGuire, Hunter, Shakerin, DeRaeve, Hart, Savage, McGinley are first-team all-state

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Lake Oswego junior attack Jonas Hunter was named first-team all-league, first-team all-state and an All-American after helping lead the Lakers to their first state championship in 2019.The Lake Oswego boys lacrosse team flew higher than ever in 2019.

And Lakeridge's boys soared pretty high, too.

The Lakers won their first-ever Oregon High School Lacrosse Association state championship in the 2019 spring season, while the Pacers advanced all the way to the state semifinals before being ousted in overtime by Lake Oswego.

In response, both were lavished with honors.

The Lakers and Pacers saw 11 players honored on the all-Three Rivers League first team, seven of those win first-team all-state recognition and three named All-Americans.

For Lake Oswego, junior midfielder Marshall McGuire (49 goals, 37 assists, 46 ground balls) was named first-team all-league, first-team all-state and an All-American, junior attack Jonas Hunter (73 goals, 47 assists, 30 ground balls) was named first-team all-league and first-team all-state, senior midfielder Michael Shakerin (25 goals, 12 assists, 172 ground balls, 38 caused turnovers, 62% on faceoffs) was named first-team all-league and first-team all-state, and senior defender Keenan DeRaeve (four goals, three assists, 58 ground balls, 53 caused turnovers) was named first-team all-league and first-team all-state.

"Marshall had to do everything for his team this year — he played defense, offense and took wings on faceoffs," said Lake Oswego assistant coach Michael Marcott. "At the tail end of the season, Marshall never came off the field and made an impact on every facet of the game. Marshall is a fearless competitor and showed a tremendous amount of grit."

Hunter, Marcott said, "was one of the biggest matchup nightmares for opposing teams this year. He seemingly had his biggest games when it mattered most … (but) what makes his game so special is his ability to make everyone around him better and his willingness to do the dirty work."

DeRaeve, meanwhile, led the Lakers in all areas of the game.

"Keenan was the vocal leader of the team from the first day of practice on," Marcott said. "Not only was he leading vocally, he also set an amazing example for everyone else on the team — he does everything the right way. He is a rare breed of speed and strength, making him a difficult defenseman to gain a step on."

Shakerin did his part at midfield, winning faceoffs, scooping up ground balls, causing turnovers and scoring, too.

"Michael was the engine of the team — the team went as he went," Marcott said. "Everyone fed off his energy and his hustle and it truly elevated the effort of the collective team. Michael plays with a passion that is evident when you watch him."

Laker senior goalie George O'Brien was the team's other first-team all-league selection.

Lakeridge, meanwhile, saw six of its players named to the all-league first team. Sophomore attack Cody Hart (56 goals, 14 assists) was named first-team all-league, first-team all-state and an All-American, junior midfielder/faceoff specialist Jack Savage (eight goals, one assist, 74% on faceoffs) was named first-team all-league, first-team all-state and an All-American, and senior defender Jackson McGinley (eight goals, 91 ground balls) was named first-team all-league and first-team all-state.

"Cody is one of the top goal-scoring midfielders in the history of our program," said Lakeridge coach Curt Sheinin. "Cody has the best outside shot on our team and he can shoot with power with both hands."

Savage, Sheinin said, "is by far the best faceoff specialist in the state. He puts in long hours working on his technique and he dominates his opponents, giving our offense opportunities to score."

McGinley, meanwhile, was a bulwark for the Pacer defense in a year when they needed him most.

"Jackson was our only starter returning on the defensive end of the field and he was the glue that held us together," Sheinin added. "In my opinion, Jackson was the best defender in the state and a primary reason for our success."

The Pacers' other first-team all-TRL picks were senior attack Ty Delancellotti (39 goals, 59 assists), senior defender Wes Jackson (27 goals, 10 assists) freshman midfielder Ethan Bernhardt.

All-Three Rivers League

First Team: Attack — Ross Scott, sr., West Linn; Jonas Hunter, jr., Lake Oswego; Ty Delancellotti, sr., Lakeridge. Midfield — Cody Hart, so., Lakeridge; Marshall McGuire, jr., Lake Oswego; Michael Shakerin, sr., Lake Oswego; Wes Jackson, sr., Lakeridge. M/FOS — Jack Savage, jr., Lakeridge. Short Stick Def. Midfield — Ethan Bernhardt, fr., Lakeridge. LSM — Eli Thayer, jr., West Linn. Defense — Keenan DeRaeve, sr., Lake Oswego; Jackson McGinley, sr., Lakeridge; Grant Balsbough, jr., West Linn. Goalie — George O'Brien, sr., Lake Oswego.

Second Team: Attack — Ethan Loun, jr., West Linn; Hunter Daskalos, sr., Lakeridge; Colby Iverson, sr., Oregon City. Midfield — Ashton Johnson, jr., Oregon City; Anders Martenson, sr., West Linn; Lucas Hockman, sr., West Linn; Zach Vannaman, jr., West Linn. M/FOS — Noah Hansen, so., Canby. Short Stick Def. Midfield — Clint Berggren, sr., West Linn. LSM — Jack Schrimsher, jr., Lake Oswego. Defense — Michael Jaszewski, sr., Canby; Connor Willihnganz, jr., Lake Oswego; Vince Christenson, sr., Clackamas. Goalie — David Nyhus, jr., Lakeridge.

Honorable Mention: Attack — Michael Stell, sr., West Linn; Dylan Baker, sr., Lake Oswego; Connor Saltmarsh, sr., Canby; Peter Curran, jr., Clackamas; Luke Lamont, jr., Lakeridge; Ryan DeRaeve, so., Lake Oswego. Midfield — Ronan Gay, jr., Canby; Dom Sinclair, sr., Lake Oswego; Ty Glumbik, jr., Lakeridge; Thiago Achar-Winkels, jr., Lakeridge; Jack Johnson, jr., West Linn; Thomas Diggles, jr., Canby; Zack Watts, sr., Clackamas; Miles Revenaugh, so., Oregon City; Hayden Hecht, sr., Lake Oswego; Matt Faust, jr., Clackamas. M/FOS — Spencer Edwards, jr., West Linn. Short Stick Def. Midfield — Richie Dorjgurkem, jr., Lake Oswego; Kaden Ludwick, fr., Clackamas. LSM — Jared Shaban, sr., Clackamas; Ryan Peters, so., Oregon City. Defense — Isaac Sebastian, sr., West Linn; Henry Sorenson, jr., Lake Oswego; Jake Bushman, jr., Clackamas; Nathan Purtzer, sr., Canby; Zach Onustock, jr., Lakeridge. Goalie — Carson Bradford, sr., West Linn; Bronson Cale, so., Clackamas; Tyler Gile, so., Canby.

All-State

(Lake Oswego, Lakeridge, West Linn selections only)

First Team: Attack — Ross Scott, sr., West Linn; Jonas Hunter, jr., Lake Oswego. Midfield — Cody Hart, so., Lakeridge; Marshall McGuire, jr., Lake Oswego; Michael Shakerin, sr., Lake Oswego. M/FOS — Jack Savage, jr., Lakeridge. Defense — Keenan DeRaeve, sr., Lake Oswego; Jackson McGinley, sr., Lakeridge; Grant Balsbough, jr., West Linn.

Second Team: Attack — Ty Delancellotti, sr., Lakeridge. Midfield — Wes Jackson, sr., Lakeridge. Goalie — George O'Brien, sr., Lake Oswego.

Third Team: Attack — Ethan Loun, jr., West Linn. LSM — Eli Thayer, jr., West Linn. Goalie — David Nyhus, jr., Lakeridge.

OHSLA US Lacrosse All-Americans

(Lake Oswego, Lakeridge, West Linn selections only)

Ross Scott, sr. attack, West Linn; Cody Hart, so. midfield, Lakeridge; Marshall McGuire, jr. midfield, Lake Oswego; Jack Savage, jr. faceoff specialist, Lakeridge.

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