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Scappoose took most spots out of any Cowapa League school, followed by Tillamook.

PMG PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Scappoose junior Alice Davidson, the Cowapa League player of the league, faces North Marion in a Nov. 5 game.Scappoose High School had the most athletes named to all-league teams for the fall season.

In boys soccer, six of the 19 players named to the All-Cowapa League Team were from Scappoose. On the girls side, the Indians — who claimed a conference title and advanced to the state quarterfinals — earned five out of 17 spots on the all-league team.

Additionally, Scappoose boys soccer coach Scott Stanton and girls soccer coach Bruce Zanotta were named Co-Coaches of the Year for the league.

Scappoose also took home Player of the Year honors for both boys and girls soccer, with senior forward Paul Parral and junior midfielder Alice Davidson earning said distinction.PMG PHOTO: ANNA DEL SAVIO - The title of Cowapa League player of the year for boys soccer went to Scappoose senior Paul Parral.

Parral; senior midfielder Aimar Cancinos; senior midfielder/forward Preston Cooper; senior defender Addy Eaglestone; junior midfielder Brandon Sailer; and junior defender Kevin Havlik were all named to the All-Cowapa League boys soccer team.

Davidson; junior forward Meredith Gardner; and seniors Adison Stoddard, a forward; Courtney Hall, a midfielder; and Reagan Witt, a midfielder, joined the girls soccer all-league team.

In volleyball, Scappoose equaled Tillamook for the most all-league team members.

The Indians' four all-league players were senior middle blocker Jessica Nelson; sophomore Aryanna Searle and senior Dylan Mann, both middle blocker and outside hitters; and senior outside hitter Abby Stansbury.

St. Helens senior Ellie Austin, an outside hitter, also joined the all-league volleyball team.

Lions sophomore Gerardo Gonzales Meza and junior Antonio Ramos were named to the boys soccer all-league team, while freshman Devon Mason and senior Kara Kammerman were named to the girls soccer all-league team.

Tillamook edged Scappoose for the most all-league spots in football, but the Indians claimed a significant chunk of the all-league roster, putting eight players amongst the league's elite.PMG PHOTO: JOHN LARIVIERE - Scappoose's Trey Dieringer pulls the ball free from Estacada's James Durand to cause a fumble during a November playoff game.

Scappoose senior Trey Dieringer was named Defensive Player of the Year, while senior Trey Fuller shared Co-Punter of the Year honors with Tillamook's Zeyon Hurliman, who was also named Offensive Player of the Year.

Dieringer and sophomore Quinton Olson, both as safeties, along with senior Wyatt Anicker and junior Warren Haatia, both as linebackers, were named to the defensive all-league team.

Sophomore quarterback Max Nowlin, senior wide receivers Ben Rintoul and Colby Cambell, and senior running back D'Angelo Macedo-Becker represented Scappoose as part of the all-league offensive team.

Cancinos — who also earned all-league boys soccer honors — was also named Co-Kicker of the Year for football with Tillamook's Tanner Hoskins.

From St. Helens, senior defensive end Jayden Dziezyk, junior tackle Mitchell Barroso, senior tight end Korbyn Lee, and senior quarterback Tyler Tolles joined the all-league team. PMG PHOTO: ANNA DEL SAVIO - Scappoose's soccer team huddles during halftime. Coach Scott Stanton was named coach of the year for the Cowapa League.

Scappoose head coach Sean McNabb — who led his team to the state semifinals — and Tillamook head coach Kye Johnson — whose team is playing for the 4A state title this weekend — were named the league's Co-Coaches of the Year.


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