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SCAPPOOSE HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS - The Scappoose High School girls' soccer team has seven OSAA Class 4A all-state athletes.

Back row, from left: Madison Verzino, Eleanor Jones, Lucy Davidson and Natalie Muth are all-leaguers.

Fron row, from left: Honorable mention Mackenzie Ela, all-leaguer Lauren Whisenhunt and honorable mention Ragen Whisenhunt.Scappoose High School fall athletes received OSAA Class 4A All-Cowapa League and All-State awards.


In girls' soccer, senior forward Lucy Davidson is the Cowapa League Player of the Year.

Davidson is committed to playing soccer at the University of Portland and is also a West team selection for the 2015 Girls' High School All-American Game on Dec. 5 in Raleigh, N.C.

Senior midfielders Natalie Muth and Madison Verzino, senior forward Eleanor Jones and freshman defender Lauren Whisenhunt are all-leaguers.

Senior defender Ragen Whisenhunt and sophomore forward Mackenzie Ela received honorable mention.

The second-ranked Indians (17-0 overall, 10-0 Cowapa) beat No. 12 Brookings 5-0 in the championship match on Saturday, Nov. 14 at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.

Scappoose defeated La Grande 3-1 in the 2013 Class 4A state title match at Liberty High.

Girls' cross country league champion sophmore Linnaea Kavulich is all-state after finishing fourth in 19 minutes and 24 seconds at the state championships on Oct. 31 at Lane Community College in Eugene.

Kavulich is the first Indian since Jenny Nelson (1985-1988) to make all-state in both of her first two years.

Sophomore Georgia Benner (40th in her season-best 21:43), junior Grace Rieman (50th, 22:12), sophomore Erin Reardon (52nd in her personal-best 22:13) and junior Emily Marquardt (56th, 22:22) are also all-leaguers.

The Scappoose girls (152 points) were sixth at state. Siuslaw (81 points) won its seventh state title.

Sohomore John Kavulich (sixth, 17:00) and junior Austin Sharp (20th, 18:11) are the boys' all-leaguers after the boys (100 points) took fourth at the league championships on Oct. 21 in Seaside.

In football, Indians senior running back Braden Clark is Cowapa League co-Player of the Year with Banks senior running back Donny McClean.

Jones is the Kicker of the Year.

Sean McNabb is the co-Coach of the Year with Banks' Ben Buchanan.

Senior quarterback Robert Lohman, senior wide receiver Brennen McNabb, senior center Matt Bennett, senior offensive tackle Joel Smith, senior linebackers Colton Bird and Cody Erhardt, senior defensive back Owen Parsons, junior defensive back Michael Gift and junior defensive lineman Boogie Davis are all-leaguers.

Senior wide receiver Mason Reardon and senior defensive back JD Wack are honorable mentions.

The twice-defending Class 4A Cowapa League champion No. 3 Indians (9-1 overall) face seventh-ranked North Bend in the OSAA State Championships semifinals at 3 p.m. on Saturday at Cottage Grove High School.

Scappoose won Class 3A state championships in 2000, 2001 and 2002.

In volleyball, junior libero Alyssa Spang is an all-leaguer.

Senior setter Ashley MacInnis and senior opposite sider Hannah Carey are honorable mentions.

The Indians (8-13, 4-6) were fourth in the league after defeating Gladstone, North Marion, Sweet Home, Madras — and Seaside and Astoria twice — and reached the state play-in round.

In boys' soccer, junior Peyton Gibbs is the Goalkeeper of the Year.

Senior defenders Ian Donaldson and David Bradley, junior defender Kevin Bachman, senior midfielder Coltin Willard and junior midfielder Tyler Cooper are all-leaguers.

Senior midfielder Matt Kulp and freshman midfielder Logan Hopkins are honorable mentions.

Scappoose (5-7-3, 4-3-1) finished second in the league to Seaside after defeating Class 5A rival St. Helens, and Seaside, Valley Catholic, and Tillamook twice in Class 4A.

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