Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.



Four Scappoose players, five St. Helens Lions earn all-league honorable mention, too

PMG PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Scappoose's Teegan Bond (right) and St. Helens' Michael Aguilar-Rose battle for the ball.Two Scappoose High boys soccer players cracked the all-Northwest Oregon Conference second team in voting by the league's coaches.

Forward Teegan Bond and midfielder Jake Boyle — both seniors — were the most highly-recognized Indians from a team that went 4-8-2 overall and finished fifth in the NWOC, going 2-3-2 in league.

The honorable mention list includes four more Indians, all seniors: forward Weston Gonrowski, midfielders DJ Backus and Corbin Edson and goalkeeper Dimitri Vanderhoef.

Five St. Helens players also earned honorable mention: junior forward Kaleb Edwards, senior midfielder Matteo Da Re, senior defenders Jimmy Lopez and Michael Aguilar-Rose, and freshman goalkeeper Andrew Worlitz.

Scappoose coach Scott Stanton praised his selected players for their hard work and heroics.

Bond led the Indians in assists and was "well known to every other coach in the league as our threatening left forward," Stanton said. "He liked to go 1v1 with opposing defenders. He has a bag of tricks to beat them, is surgical with his left foot and can still put in a wicked shot with his right as well. He's a good kid, committed, and will be missed next year."

Stanton said he was "extremely happy" that Boyle was chosen, given that Boyle had a "difficult role to assess in terms of quality. A holding mid isn't really a guy that scores goals, though he did have one of those, and he's not the guy making goal-line saves.  He sits in the middle of the field and breaks up attacks before they become a threat, then distributes the ball to the guy who gets the assist.

"But Jake was a hard worker, committed, one of the team captains, and he led by example."

PMG PHOTO: STEVE BRANDON - Jake Boyle of Scappoose advances past a defender and through midfield.Backus was a four-year varsity starter and the Indians' other captain this year.

"Solid work ethic, talented player," Stanton said. "He also played a role like Jake where his job was mainly to break up an attack in the midfield and get us going forward. He was an excellent student of the game and held himself to a high standard."

Edson missed a few games due to illness and other reasons, so some NWOC coaches didn't get to see him.

"But he possessed the competitive edge, work ethic and technical ability that I think could have seen him make the second team or possibly even the first team, had he been available for every game," Stanton said.

Vanderhoef had some big moments in goal, notably late down the stretch and in a 1-1 draw at Putnam and 2-0 loss to powerful La Salle Prep. He and sophomore Jed Barnaby battled for the spot all year, but by the end of the season Vanderhoef "threw himself in front of everything and was picking shots out of top corners like it was no big deal," Stanton said.

Gonrowski was the Indians' leading goal scorer with seven.

"His pace and finishing ability terrorized opposing defenses when he was in," Stanton said. "Like Corbin, he wasn't eligible to play in a few games due to illness and other things that kept other coaches from having a good look at him."

St. Helens, under a new coach in Clark Lawrence, made clear progress this season despite going winless for the fourth year in a row (0-14 overall, 0-7 in league).

Edwards was the Lions' top scorer.

"He really started understanding his position and role as the season was winding down," Lawrence said. "He will be a huge asset for us next year."

Da Re "was technically the most-skilled player we had," Lawrence said, "and his vocal leadership and drive were instrumental in our growth this season."

Lopez and Aguilar-Rose were captains.

"Jimmy was originally part of out midfield, but moved back to help the team and really put in a great effort in an uncomfortable position," Lawrence said. "Mike

worked hard all season and became a much better leader throughout the season."

Worlitz, the last line of defense for the Lions, faced the most shots and had the most saves in the league.

"He impressed coaches and players alike consistently and will be a force in the net for a while," Lawrence said.

  • All-NWOC boys soccer

    First team


    Noa Taylor, La Salle Prep junior

    Luke Strange, La Salle Prep senior

    Steve Sanchez, Putnam senior

    Adam Landy, Wilsonville junior


    Chance Saechao, Hillsboro senior

    Karter Cook, La Salle Prep senior

    Ethan Shea, La Salle Prep senior

    Jared Rodriguez, Parkrose junior

    Eduardo Gutierrez, Putnam junior

    Sam Blohn, Wilsonville junior


    Josh Diaz Sanchez, Hillsboro junior

    Wade Nichols, La Salle Prep junior

    Jared Armenta, Parkrose freshman

    Ryan McCord, Wilsonville senior


    Pablo Mendoza Osornia, Hillsboro senior

    Second team


    Gaby Tena Palomares, Hillsboro senior

    Teegan Bond, Scappoose senior

    Elijah Powlison, Wilsonville senior


    Jonathan Verdis, Hillsboro senior

    Mizael Harris, La Salle Prep sophomore

    Jake Boyle, Scappoose senior

    Angel Ulloa Romero, Wilsonville senior

    Matthew Little, Wilsonville senior


    Christopher Abad, Hillsboro sophomore

    Spencer Schuh, La Salle Prep senior

    Alex Valyavskiy, Milwaukie junior

    Joseph Friedman, Wilsonville sophomore


    George Krecklow, Wilsonville junior

    Honorable mention


    Arthur Katahdin, Milwaukie senior

    Roman Quick, Putnam junior

    Weston Gonrowski, Scappoose senior

    Kaleb Edwards, St. Helens junior


    Sky Charley-Bolyard, La Salle Prep senior

    Jonathan Salazar, Milwaukie junior

    Pablo Hernandez, Parkrose senior

    Briggs Priem, Putnam sophomore

    DJ Backus, Scappoose senior

    Corbin Edson, Scappoose senior

    Matteo Da Re, St. Helens senior


    Axel Cacho, Milwaukie senior

    Noe Barahona, Parkrose senior

    Travis Berg, Putnam junior

    Jimmy Lopez, St. Helens senior

    Michael Aguilar-Rose, St. Helens senior

    Daniel Espinoza, Wilsonville senior

    Cameron Zundel, Milwaukie senior


    Quintin Castner, La Salle Prep junior

    Evan Hernandez, Parkrose junior

    Daniel Wilson, Putnam senior

    Dimitri Vanderhoef, Scappoose senior

    Andrew Worlitz, St. Helens freshman

    Player of the Year

    Wade Nichols, La Salle Prep

    Coach of the Year

    Ian Reschke, Wilsonville

    You count on us to stay informed and we depend on you to fund our efforts. Quality local journalism takes time and money. Please support us to protect the future of community journalism.

    Contract Publishing

    Go to top
    JSN Time 2 is designed by | powered by JSN Sun Framework