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Kennedy Trojans, St. Paul Buckaroos place all five of their spring programs within the top 10 among GPA at their classification level

Although the 2020 spring season was canceled, the Oregon School Activities Association still kept track of its spring Academic All-State teams for sports, music and speech over the past three months.

Sponsored by OnPoint Community Credit Union, the Academic All-State program highlights the top scholastic student-athletes in each of the six classifications, earning points toward the annual OSAA Cup award, the highest honor given out by the OSAA each year.

Each member of a winning team receives a commemorative decal and a certificate. The school receives a plaque in honor of its team. Members of top 10 schools in each activity at each classification also are recognized.

All teams that earn a 3.0 GPA or higher will receive 25 points for their school in The OSAA Cup standings. Teams in the Top 10 in an activity receive additional points.

PMG FILE PHOTO: TANNER RUSS - The Canby girls track and field team was among 10 Cougar spring sports program to rank in the top 10 academically at the 6A level this past term.CANBY

The girls track and field program led the Cougars this past spring, placing fifth among 6A schools with a 3.75 cumulative GPA. In total, 10 of Canby's spring programs earned a 3.0 GPA or higher, with the boys golf team joining girls track among top 10 programs with a 3.63 average, placing 10th among 6A teams.

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - The Newberg softball team was one of nine spring programs to earn a 3.0 GPA or higher this past term.NEWBERG

The Tigers' boys golf team led the school with a 3.91 GPA — second among 6A schools behind Roosevelt (3.97). Nine of Newberg's spring programs earned a 3.0 average or higher, including top-10 activities choir (7th, 3.56) and orchestra (10th, 3.38)

 PHIL HAWKINS - The North Marion boys track and field team was among four Huskies spring programs to place among the top 10 in the Academic All-State standings at the 4A levelNORTH MARION

The Huskies girls and boys tennis teams led the way at North Marion this past term, placing third and fourth, respectively, among 4A schools. Overall, North Marion High School had four teams among the top 10 and eight total earn a 3.0 GPA or higher.

PMG FILE PHOTO: TANNER RUSS - The Molalla baseball team sported a 3.75 GPA this past spring, second best among 4A schoolsMOLALLA

The baseball team for the Molalla Indians was the second-best academic program in the state at the 4A level with a 3.75 GPA. Seven of the school's spring programs earned a 3.0 average or higher, six of which ranked among the top 10 among 4A schools.

PMG FILE PHOTO: PHIL HAWKINS - The Kennedy softball team had the second best GPA among 2A/1A programs this past spring.KENNEDY

All five of the Trojans' spring programs ranked in the top 10 at the 2A level, with the baseball and softball teams each placing second among their respective teams.

PMG FILE PHOTO: PHIL HAWKINS - Hayden Scott and the St. Paul baseball team led the Buckaroos this past spring with a 3.58 GPA that ranked third among 2A/1A programs.ST. PAUL

The Buckaroos, likewise, placed all five of its spring programs in the top 10 academically, led by their third-place baseball team with a 3.58 GPA.

C.S. Lewis Academy

The Watchmen's girls and boys track teams each placed in the top 10, respectively, among 1A schools.

2020 Spring Academic All-State honorees


4A Molalla – 2nd, 3.75

4A North Marion – 6th, 3.46

2A/1A Kennedy – 2nd, 3.61

2A/1A St. Paul – 3rd, 3.58


6A Canby – 29th, 3.34

6A Newberg – 32nd, 3.28

4A Molalla – 4th, 3.59

4A North Marion – 11th, 3.40

2A/1A Kennedy – 2nd, 3.72

2A/1A St. Paul – 5th, 3.48


6A Canby – 17th, 3.39

6A Newberg – 24th, 3.30

4A Molalla – 4th, 3.47

4A North Marion – 9th, 3.39

2A Kennedy – 6th, 3.06

1A St. Paul – 7th, 3.52

1A C.S. Lewis Academy – 10th, 3.32


6A Canby – 5th, 3.75

6A Newberg – 17th, 3.56

4A Molalla – 8th, 3.57

4A North Marion – 16th, 3.40

2A Kennedy – 4th, 3.53

1A St. Paul – 5th, 3.68

1A C.S. Lewis Academy – 9th, 3.58


6A Newberg – 27th, 3.37

6A Canby – 29th, 3.35

4A/3A/2A/1A North Marion – 4th, 3.65

4A/3A/2A/1A Molalla – 13th, 3.18


6A Newberg – 13th, 3.78

6A Canby – 32nd, 3.53

4A/3A/2A/1A North Marion – 3rd, 3.78

4A Molalla – 7th, 3.71


6A Newberg – 2nd, 3.91

6A Canby – 10th, 3.63

4A Molalla – 4th, 3.51

4A North Marion – 11th, 3.42


6A Canby – 18th, 3.53

4A North Marion – 12th, 3.57


6A Newberg – 7th, 3.56

6A Canby – 14th, 3.32

1A St. Paul – 5th, 3.62


6A Newberg – 12th, 3.49

6A Canby – 16th, 3.43

2A Kennedy – 5th, 3.45


6A/5A/4A/3A/2A/1A Newberg – 10th, 3.38


6A/5A/4A/3A/2A/1A Canby – 18th, 3.02

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