Three seniors on Oregon City High School's girls lacrosse team have received recognition as U.S. Lacrosse Association high school All-Americans.

Oregon City senior midfielders Shelly Bohrer and Holly Cisneros were both named to the All-American first team, while senior midfielder Tessa Keuler garnered honorable mention All-American honors.

Cisneros was an honorable mention All-American as a junior.

Keuler also distinguished herself academically, earning a spot on the Academic All-American team. Keuler also garnered academic All-American honors as a junior.

Bohrer (63 goals, 25 assists), Cisneros (56 goals, 22 assists) and Keuler (62 goals, 43 assists) were Oregon City's top scorers in 2011, as the Pioneers went 21-1, losing to Lake Oswego 10-8 in the state final.

Cisneros will be attending Fresno State on a full-ride lacrosse scholarship; Keuler has a lacrosse scholarship to Detroit Mercy.

Two other area athletes were named to the first team of All-Americans: Lake Oswego senior Dana Kilsby and Wilson senior McKenzie Hessel.

Wilson senior Fiona Dearth and Lake Oswego junior Paige Timberg received honorable mention All-American honors.

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