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Scappoose all-conference, all-region, all-state spring athletes announced

Indians earn awards in all four sports

SCAPPOOSE HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS - From left, Indians senior Isabel Jory and sophomore Morgan Hall are all-Cowapa League and all-Class 4A/3A/2A/1A Region 1 honorees. Senior Macy Gray is an all-leaguer as well after helping Scappoose to a school-record third-place 405-389-794 at the state meet at Eagle Crest Golf Course in Redmond.

Each and every Indians spring team won all-league, all-region or all-state awards, and all six made at least a strong run toward state.

In girls' golf, senior Isabel Jory and sophomore Morgan Hall are all-Cowapa Leaguers and All-Class 4A/3A/2A/1A Region 1 honorees.

Macy Gray, a senior, is an all-leaguer as well.

Hall won the Cowapa League individual championship with a 49-46—95 to help the Indians claim their third conference championship in a row at Astoria Golf and Country Club, and led Scappoose to a best-ever third-place 405-389-794 at state with a 90-91—181 at Eagle Crest Golf Course in Redmond.

Jory shot a 101-90—191 for 18th at state after tying for third with a 50-49—99 in the league championships.

Gray came up sixth in the league with a 50-53—103.

The Indians won all six league meets, was the regional runner-up to Crook County and improved upon last year's school-record seventh-place 394-405—799 on the very same course.

In boys' golf, both junior Nathan Mapes and senior Jake Gray are all-Class 4A Region 1 and all-state as the Indians won the Region 1 title and played to fourth for the second year in a row with a 364-356—720 at Emerald Valley Golf Club in Creswell.

Gray's ninth-place 84-84—168 led Scappoose at state, and Mapes (86-85—171) tied for 10th.

In softball, senior Kendal Bailey is the Cowapa League Pitcher of the Year for the second year in a row, as well as an all-league first-teamer with senior catcher Sage Harrison, junior second base Nicole Lukinbeal, sophomore third base Gabie Krueger and sophomore shortstop Hannah Galey.

Senior outfielder Ashley MacInnis and sophomore pitcher Nicole Dougherty are honorable mentions.

Bailey pitched to a 14-2 record through 109.2 innings against 90 hits, 54 runs — 21 earned — for a 1.340 earned run average, walked 48 batters and struck out 123.

Harrison doubled 14 times, launched nine home runs, drove in 57 runs and scored 33 times.

Lukinbeal tripled, drove in 10 runs and scored 28 times with a .487 batting average.

Krueger piled up 10 doubles, five triples, two home runs, 48 RBIs and scored 42 times.

Galey led the Indians this season with 22 doubles, four triples, 13 home runs, 61 RBIs, 55 runs scored and a .490 batting average.

The Indians (24-5 overall, 13-2 Cowapa) reached the Class 4A state semifinals for the first time since 2008.

Scappoose scored 11.7 runs — second only to fifth-seeded Henley (13.9) — against 2.5 per game — tied with No. 5 Henley (2.5) for third behind No. 4 Gladstone (1.9) and No. 6 Elmira (1.4).

The Indians are 64-18 overall and 36-9 in the Cowapa League in the last three years and have gone to state each time.

For girls' track and field, seniors Lucy Davidson, Natalie Muth, Eleanor Jones, junior Alyssa Spang and sophomore Linnaea Kavulich are all-conference.

Lucy Davidson raced to the league girls’ 400-meter dash championship in a school-record 59.33 seconds.

Kavulich won the 3,000 run (11:30.77), and Jones won the 100 hurdles (16.45).

Spang, Kavulich, Muth and Davidson won the 1,600 relay (4:09.60).

Sophomore Mackenzie Ela, Davidson, Jones and Spang were third in the 400 relay in a school-record 50.61.

Jessie Powell, a senior, joins them in the all-state ranks after taking second in Class 4A at 5 feet, 4 inches at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon.

Davidson's second-place 58.83 seconds in the state 40 dash broke the school record she set in the league meet.

The Indians girls’ eighth-place 31 points secured their best-ever state performance.

Powell cleared second in the high jump at 5 feet, 4 inches, a three-inch personal best above the three-inch best she set at the Cowapa League meet.

Kavulich zipped to third in the 1,500 run with a personal-best 4:45.96 and was fifth in the 3,000 run in a new school-record 10:26.53 that beat her previous school record of 10:31.64 set at state last year.

Kavulich, Muth, Spang and Davidson went fourth (4:11.37) in the 1,600 relay.

Seniors Jarrett White and Braden Clark, junior Michael Gift, sophomores Jacob Munoz, John Kavulich and Sawyer Christopher are all-leaguers after the boys' team won its sixth conference championship in a row.

Gift, Munoz, Clark and White (43.72) won Scappoose’s third league 400 relay championship in a row.

Christopher won his second javelin title (182-8) in as many years and also aced the discus (137-2).

White, Clark, Munoz, Gift and Kavulich are all-state after the boys took eighth.

White was second (22.73) in the 200 and third in the 100 (11.25).

Kavulich was second in the 3,000 run (8:59.24).

Gift, Munoz, Clark and White were fourth in the 400 relay (43.78).

In baseball, senior shortstop Owen Parsons, senior pitcher Gus Nelson, junior Hunter Holmason and sophomore Jhamante Woods are all-leaguers.

JC Gross, Carson Witt and Nicky Gill are honorable mentions after the defending state champion Indians (15-9, 8-7) reached the state play-in round.

The Indians scored eight runs against 5.7 allowed per game and featured wins over third-ranked Valley Catholic and Class 3A No. 1 Rainier.