Showdown time in TRL
Prior to Monday, there were three unbeaten teams in the 6A Three Rivers League: Lakeridge, Lake Oswego and West Linn. Those three were ranked 2-3-4 in the latest OSAAtoday 6A Coaches Poll.
Four days later and only Lakeridge is unbeaten. That’s because LO and West Linn are playing one another this week. Lake Oswego won a close game on Monday at home, 4-1, as Jonah Barkoff held the Lions to three hits over six innings.
On Wednesday, West Linn won, 11-1, on its turf thanks to another strong outing on the mound by Gabe Howard and hard hitting throughout the lineup, led by junior catcher Ryan VandenBrink, who hit a two-run homer and two doubles in a 4-for-4 day.
The series finale is tomorrow back at Lake Oswego. While the losing team will likely stand two games back of Lakeridge, it will not be out of the chase for the league title. Lakeridge’s last two series are against West Linn and Lake Oswego. LO gets Tualatin and then Lakeridge. West Linn faces Oregon City to complete its TRL slate.
Intrigue in 3A
There are two tight 3A league chases.
In Special District 1, Neah-Kah-Nie owns a one-game lead over Banks and beat the Braves, 4-1, on April 18. The teams square off again on May 8, with Banks likely needing to win to share the District title.
In the Far West League, both Cascade Christian and South Umpqua are 14-0 with four league games remaining. The two play against one another in a doubleheader on May 15 that could determine the champion.
Two weeks ago, when the last Notebook was published, we were down to three unbeaten teams in the state of Oregon.
Since then, 4A Gladstone has lost twice, to Madras on April 27 and at Crook County yesterday.
The other two, Kennedy and St. Paul, remain undefeated on the year. Kennedy is 21-0 overall and St. Paul is 17-0.
Kennedy has been absolutely dominant, outscoring opponents, 224-18.
St. Paul’s run differential also is very large and might have been even larger had its ace, big lefty Warren Rose, been able to pitch all season. He missed a month due to injury and recently returned to the rotation.
“We're just doing all the little things right and lots of younger players are stepping up,” said Buckaroos coach Dwayne Nowlin. “I’m so proud of these boys.”
Kennedy and St. Paul meet for three, starting Monday, to determine the champion in 2A/1A Special District 2.
Yes, it’s only early May but the playoffs will be here before you know it. Here are how many teams will reach the postseason and when the games will be played:
6A – 32 teams
5A – 16
3A – 20
2A/1A – 22
May 22 – 6A, 3A, 2A/1A first round
May 23 – 5A, 4A first round
May 24 – 6A, 3A, 2A/1A second round
May 26 – all quarterfinals
May 30 – all semifinals
June 3 – all championship games
Where will the championship games be held? That’s still TBD as the OSAA works to determine the venues that work best for the finalists given the available field space at the time.
What a comeback!
In the rubber game of the series between South Salem and Sprague on April 28, Sprague led 8-0 heading to the bottom of the fifth. But by the end of the sixth, Sprague's lead had been cut to 8-7 in a game between the top two teams in the Central Valley Conference.
Sprague scored twice in the top of the seventh to extend it advantage to three. South Salem was down to its final two outs in the bottom of the seventh with none on, when the next seven Saxon hitters reached base, via four consecutive singles, an intentional walk, an old fashioned walk, and then a Braedy Vogt walk-off single for an 11-10 series-clinching victory. Wow!
Vogt was one of five South Salem hitters to notch two hits in the contest. He drove in three, as did Teagan Scott.
Anything you can do…
Roosevelt and Ida B. Wells played an eventful series the week starting April 25. It started with Wells’ lefty Griffin Scott tossing a no-hitter with 8 Ks in a 7-0 shutout win.
The Roughriders almost matched the feat the very next day, when senior pitcher Sol Scharp Salter threw a complete game shutout on 79 pitches. The righty had a no-hitter working with two outs in the seventh before losing it when Cam Hammer lined a single to left, but Roosevelt won, 5-0.
The rubber game three days later was close until Ida B. Wells pulled away after the fifth for an 11-5 win.
“Our team showed a lot of resolve by competing with a top-10 ranked team in the state and we feel as though we can compete with anybody,” said Roosevelt coach Daniel Stauffer.
Hollow way to end season
Dufur / South Wasco County had not been having a memorable season, but the Rangers’ junior catcher, Joey Holloway was. He was batting .792 (no typo), with three homers, with one series remaining versus Lyle / Klickitat / Wishram. Unfortunately, the Cougars ran out of sufficient players to field a team and had to forfeit, leaving Holloway two plate appearances short of the 40 needed to qualify for the batting average lead in the stat categories listed below.
News and notes…
Hood River Valley junior Grady Williams was a homer away from the cycle in a game versus Milwaukie on April 25…
Coquille senior RHP Dean Tucker threw a six-inning perfect game on April 22 against Lakeview, a game the Red Devils won 10-0.
Sheldon and South Medford split a double dip on April 29. Irish 3B John Mueller went 4-for-8 over the two games with two homers and a triple. Junior OH Nolan Miller hit a walk off home run in the ninth to lift Sheldon to the 10-8 win in the second game.
In a doubleheader with East Linn on April 28, Santiam senior 3B Logan Hays went 5-for-5 for the day, with two doubles, 4 runs scored and 5 RBIs.
Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian has quite a freshman in Tyson Smith. The righty threw a complete game with 19 strike outs versus Colton on April 26. AND he helped his own cause by going 4-5 with 6 RBIs!
La Salle Prep senior Finbar O’Brien, on April 19 versus Hillsboro, threw six scoreless with 9 Ks AND went 3-3 with a double and stolen base.
La Pine senior lefty Tyson Flack threw a five-inning perfect game on April 11 versus Harrisburg, a 14-0 win for the Hawks.
In this space, we have recurring categories that will appear in every baseball notebook for the rest of the season. Varsity coaches may add to these categories by email to [email protected].
In this space, we recognize pitchers with 25 or more innings who have a current earned run average of 1.00 or lower.
0.25 – Andrew Cuff, senior RHP, Kennedy
0.26 – Wyatt Anicker, senior LHP, Scappoose
0.35 – Noble Meyer, senior RHP, Jesuit
0.46 – Ethan Kleinschmit, senior LHP, Kennedy
0.48 -- Max Gregg, senior RHP, Corvallis
0.53 -- Owen Thompson, senior RHP, Cascade Christian
0.55 – Cole Collins, senior RHP, Oakland
0.60 -- Trey Newmann, senior RHP, North Medford
0.61 – Jack Matthew, sophomore LHP, Hidden Valley
0.72 – Boyd Davis, senior RHP, Irrigon
0.74 – Connor Parry, sophomore RHP, Sherwood
0.76 -- Bryson Nygren, sophomore RHP, Regis
0.87 – Carson McNally, sophomore RHP, Blanchet Catholic
0.97 – Jaxson Dietrichs, junior RHP, Knappa
1.00 – Nolan Umlandt, junior RHP, Sherwood
Going going gone goodbye!
Everyone digs the long ball.
Here, we will recognize those Oregonians who have gone yard three or more times so far this season. We will add to it in subsequent Baseball Notebooks as coaches tell us about the players who are dinger ringers.
6 -- Maddox Molony, senior SS, Thurston
5 – Ryan VandenBrink, junior C, West Linn
4 -- Cody Agidius, sophomore DH/1B, The Dalles
4 -- Blake Sehorn, senior utility, Glencoe$
4 – Eli Lowe, senior UTIL, Sprague$$
4 -- Hunter Schwenk, senior 3B, Crater
3 -- Andrew Mhoon, sophomore INF, Sprague$$
3 – Noble Meyer, senior 1B, Jesuit
3 -- Dre Smith, senior OF, Lebanon
3 -- Joey Holloway, junior C, Dufur / South Wasco County
3 – Andrew Cuff, senior 3B, Kennedy
3 -- Cole Katayama Stall, junior SS, Westview
3 -- Robert Campbell, senior SS, Franklin
3 – Brayde Owen, senior C, Gladstone
3 -- Diego Richards, junior 3B, Glencoe$
3 -- Finbar O'Brien, senior SS, La Salle Prep$$
3 – Triston Wallace, senior C, Cascade Christian
3 -- Easton Lasich, senior SS, Roosevelt
3 -- Kayle Pisano, junior 1B, Clackamas
3 -- Gavin Price, sophomore OF, South Salem
3 – Isaac Pfeifer, sophomore C, Tualatin
3 -- Kellen Segel, senior UTIL, Grant
3 -- Reuben Elliston, junior OF, Grant
$ = total as of three weeks ago
$$ = total as of last week
It’s a blur
Throwing hard in high school is the easiest way to get outs.
Here, we recognize those Oregon hurlers who hit 87 mph or higher when they get on the bump.
Ty Alleman, senior RHP, Jesuit
Ben Christensen, senior RHP, Grant
Ryan Cooney, senior RHP, Jesuit
Blake Crawford, junior LHP, West Linn
Finn Edwards, junior RHP, Summit
Drake Gabel, senior LHP, West Linn
Max Gregg, senior RHP, Corvallis
Gabe Howard, senior RHP, West Linn
Zach Justice, senior RHP, Summit
Matt Koskerka, junior RHP, Sandy
Payton Lambert, senior RHP, Pendleton
Noble Meyer, senior RHP, Jesuit
Connor Molony. Sophomore RHP, Thurston
Maddox Molony, senior RHP, Thurston
Trey Newmann, senior RHP, North Medford
Connor Parry, sophomore RHP, Sherwood
Ryan Rivers, senior RHP, Lebanon
Grady Saunders, freshman RHP, Thurston
Kruz Schoolcraft, freshman LHP, Sunset
Kellen Segel, senior RHP, Grant
Kaden Starr, senior RHP, Marist Catholic
Drew Talavs, senior RHP, West Linn
Owen Thompson, senior RHP, Cascade Christian
Nolan Umlandt, junior RHP, Sherwood
Alex Via, sophomore RHP, Summit
Mark Wiepert, sophomore RHP, Wilsonville
Paul Wilson, senior LHP, Lakeridge
In this space, we recognize Oregon baseball players who have 20 or more stolen bases at this point in the season, based on the information we have received.
28 – Tanner Crandall, junior C, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian
28 -- Noah Koenig, junior C, Regis
25 – Tyson Smith, freshman SS, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian
25 – Brayde Owen, senior C, Gladstone
24 – Drew Bartels, sophomore SS, Blanchet Catholic
24 – Noah Hancock, sophomore 2B, Blanchet Catholic
22 – Luke Beyer, senior SS, Kennedy
22 – Donavin Crouch, junior UTIL, Sandy
21 – Maxwell Maher, sophomore 3B, Oakridge
21 -- Cole Collins, senior SS/C, Oakland
20 – Caden George, junior OH, Heppner / Ione
Get a whiff of this!
Missing bats is an art.
This list recognizes those pitchers who have fanned 60 or more batters so far this season.
109 – Ethan Kleinschmit, senior LHP, Kennedy
107 -- Owen Thompson, senior RHP, Cascade Christian
107 -- Tyson Smith, freshman RHP, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian
98 – Boyd Davis, senior RHP, Irrigon
87 – Jaxson Dietrichs, junior RHP, Knappa
84 -- Trey Newmann, senior RHP, North Medford
83 – Noble Meyer, senior RHP, Jesuit
83 -- Cole Collins, senior RHP, Oakland
83 -- Ryan Rivers, senior RHP, Lebanon
82 -- Riley Brock, senior RHP, The Dalles
78 – Tucker Ashbeck, senior RHP, Heppner / Ione
75 – Matt Kosderka, junior RHP, Sandy
73 – Nolan Umlandt, junior RHP, Sherwood
69 -- Levi Hazes, junior RHP, Century
62 -- Tyson Flack, senior LHP, La Pine
61 – Caleb Norton, sophomore RHP, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian
61 – Max Gregg, senior RHP, Corvallis
In this space, we recognize hitters who have put up outrageous stat lines in a single game.
Cody Agidius, sophomore 1B/DH, The Dalles – 3-for-4 with three-run homer and two doubles in 10-9 win over Madras on April 12
Cody Agidius, sophomore 1B/DH, The Dalles – 3-for-4 with two HRs and 6 RBIs in 18-8 win over Crook County on April 24
Greg Bologoff, sophomore 1B, Westview – 2-for-3 with two-run double and go-ahead three-run homer for five RBIs in 9-5 win on March 3 versus Corvallis
Zach Busche, senior OF, Westview – 3-for-5 with a home run, 4 RBIs and 3 runs scored in win over Mountainside on April 11
Robert Campbell, senior SS, Franklin – 2-for-4 with grand slam, 7 RBIs and 3 runs score in 21-13 win, March 31 versus Glencoe
Eli Crist, junior INF, Thurston – 2 for-4 with two doubles and 6 RBIs on March 16 in 9-1 win over Sheldon at PK Park
Sam Giansante, senior OF, Grant – 4-for-4 with two doubles and 4 RBIs in 10-8 win over Lowell of San Francisco on March 29
Brayden Gutierrez, sophomore 1B, Santiam – 3-for-4 with 5 RBIs in 13-6 loss to Regis on April 28
Zach Justice, senior C, Summit – two homers and 6 RBIs in 15-5 five-inning win over Tualatin on April 7.
Riley Lantis, junior C, Riverside – 4 for 5 with two doubles, a triple and 5 RBIs in 23-20 win over Stanfield / Echo on March 25
Mitchell Melton, senior OF/3B, Amity – 5-for-5, all singles, with 6 RBIs and two runs scored in a 25-3 victory over Willamina on March 17.
Maddox Montoya, junior INF, Sunset – 4-for-4 with 5 RBIs in a 15-6 win, March 30, versus Desert Mountain of Arizona
Brayde Owen, senior C, Gladstone – 3-for-5 with a triple, 4 RBIs and 4 steals in 10-1 win over Madras on May 1
Maximus Reynolds, sophomore 2B, Siuslaw – 4-for-4 with a triple and two doubles, April 25 versus Harrisburg
Jaxson Roberts, freshman DH, Stanfield / Echo – 4-for-4 with two doubles, a triple and 6 RBIs in 15-8 win over Weston-McEwen on March 13
Frankie Rutigliano, junior SS, North Medford -- 4-for-4 with a walk, two doubles, a triple, 5 RBIs and 2 runs scored in 11-1 win over Willamette on May 2
Braden Schwartz, senior 3B, The Dalles – 4–for-4 with three doubles and 5 RBIs on March 22 in 15-1 win over Taft
Tyson Smith, freshman RHP, Country Christian – 4-5 with six RBIs on April 26 versus Colton AND pitched a complete game with 19 Ks
Jordan Webber, junior 1B, Hood River Valley -- 2-for-3 with two home runs and 6 RBIs in 13-3 win over Glencoe on March 31
Below, we recognize pitchers who have thrown seven-inning no-hitters this year.
Wyatt Anicker, senior LHP, Scappoose – April 7 v. Seaside (whiffed 14 with just two walks in 2-0 win)
Cole Collins, senior RHP, Oakland -- March 20 v. Riddle / Glendale (fanned 17 in 11-0 win)
Gabe Howard, junior RHP, West Linn – April 26 v. Tualatin (fanned 15 and faced one over the minimum in 5-0 win)
Carson McNally, sophomore RHP, Blanchet Catholic – April 4 v. Culver (fanned 9 in 4-0 win)
Connor Parry, sophomore RHP, Sherwood – April 19 v. Century (Perfect game! Struck out 13 in 3-0 win)
Ryan Rivers, senior RHP, Lebanon – April 11 v. Silverton (fanned 19 and faced one above the minimum in 6-0 win)
Kruz Schoolcraft, freshman LHP, Sunset -- April 5 v. Mountainside (struck out nine, walked one in 1-0 win)
Griffin Scott, junior LHP, Ida B. Wells – April 25 v. Roosevelt (fanned 8 in 7-0 win)
.500 or better batting average
Below, we recognize those hitters who, with a minimum of 40 plate appearances, are hitting .500 or better on the season.
.636 – Warren Rose, senior 1B, St. Paul
.560 – Dawson Cook, senior SS, La Pine
.554 – Tucker Ashbeck, senior SS, Heppner / Ione
.547 – Clay Smith, senior UTIL, St. Paul
.545 -- Jaxon Dietrichs, junior 3B, Knappa
.536 – Maximus Reynolds, sophomore 2B, Siuslaw
.531 – Markus Everitt, senior 1B, Newport
.500 – Tyler Crawford, senior 3B, St. Paul
20 or more RBIs
Below we recognize those Oregon hitters with 20 or more runs driven in this season.
39 – Braden Schwartz, senior 3B, The Dalles
37 – Jaxon Dietrichs, junior 3B, Knappa
30 – Andrew Cuff, senior 3B, Kennedy
29 – Tyler Crawford, senior 3B, St. Paul
29 – Dylan Cuff, sophomore 3B, Blanchet Catholic
29 – Tucker Ashbeck, senior SS, Heppner / Ione
27 – Gabe Coltman, sophomore OF, Lincoln
27 -- Cody Agidus, sophomore DH/1B, The Dalles
27 -- Ben Christensen, senior INF, Grant
26 – Warren Rose, senior 1B, St. Paul
25 -- Eli Crist, junior INF, Thurston
25 -- Treven Moreland, junior UTIL, Knappa
24 – Jace Johnson, senior SS, South Umpqua
24 – Cameron Proudfoot, junior C, Heppner / Ione
24 – Colton Campbell, senior 1B, La Pine
23 – Carson McNally, sophomore 1B, Blanchet Catholic
23 -- Charlie Beyer, senior C, Kennedy
23 -- Andrew Demianew, senior INF, Pendleton
22 -- Owen Combs, senior 3B, Franklin
22 – Drew Bartels, sophomore SS, Blanchet Catholic
22 – Triston Wallace, senior C, Cascade Christian
21 -- Matt Hopkins, senior 1B, Kennedy
21 – Liam Benade, senior 1B, Cascade Christian
21 -- Frankie Rutigliano, junior SS, North Medford
21 -- Cole Katayama Stall, junior SS, Westview
21 -- Kaden Starr, senior 3B, Marist Catholic
20 -- Cole Weiland, senior OF, South Salem
20 – Kolton Buys, freshman 3B, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian
20 -- Bryson Nygren, sophomore UTIL, Regis
20 – Noble Meyer, senior 1B, Jesuit
20 – Brett Knutson, sophomore INF, St. Paul
20 -- Payton Lambert, senior SS, Pendleton
20 – Dawson Cook, senior SS, La Pine
20 – Jordan Webber, junior 1B, Hood River Valley
20 -- Brandon Stinnett, senior INF, Sprague$
$ = total as of last week
Catcher pick offs
In this space, we list those catchers who have, at least seven times this year, cut down would-be base stealers at second or third, or back picked a runner at any of the infield bases.
15 -- Spencer Kowalski, senior, Blanchet Catholic
12 -- Noah Koenig, junior, Regis
11 – Parker Hughes, junior, Harrisburg
9 – Ryan VandenBrink, junior, West Linn
9 -- James Brady, junior, Silverton
8 – Cody Roletto, sophomore. Ida B. Wells
7 – Tanner Crandall, junior C, Country Christian / North Clackamas Christian
7 – Jace Otteson, junior, Pendleton
7 – Kael Compton, senior, Corvallis
In this space, we list those outfielders who have, at least three times this year, cut down runners trying to take an extra base.
3 – Kyle Miller, sophomore, Thurston
3 -- Axel Prechel, sophomore, Corvallis
In this space, we list those players, in the current senior class and younger, who have signed National Letters of Intent in baseball or have made a commitment to attend a college or university of their choice. Congrats! It can be so demanding but at the same time is so rewarding.
Here are the 97 commitments -- a massive number -- we have so far:
Ty Alleman, senior RHP, Jesuit – Santa Clara University
Ben Allen, junior C, McNary -- University of Portland
Luke Anzellotti, senior C, Central Catholic – Chaminade University (Honolulu)
Fischer Barber, sophomore RHP, Bend – Oregon State
Jonah Barkoff, junior LHP, Lake Oswego – University of Oregon
Luke Bents, senior OF, Summit – Whitworth
Jake Bernardy, senior LHP, Bend – Chemeketa CC
Nick Biagi, senior 1B, Marist Catholic – Linn-Benton CC
Jake Brady, senior OF, Clackamas -- Eastern Oregon
Buddy Brands, senior RHP, Tigard - Iowa Western CC
Elliot Brown, senior INF, Grant – Lane CC
JD Cannon, senior INF/RHP, Tigard - Mt. Hood CC
Owen Combs, senior 3B/RHP, Franklin – Mt. Hood CC
Ryan Cooney, senior SS, Jesuit – University of Oregon
Easton Corey, senior RHP, Pendleton – Oregon State
Ronak Crossley, senior INF, Newberg - Hastings College
Andrew Cuff, senior RHP/3B, Kennedy -- Centralia CC
Owen Cummins, senior SS/RHP, Gresham -- Lower Columbia CC
Nate Davis, senior C, Sunset -- University of Oregon
Andrew Demianew, senior Utility, Pendleton – Linn-Benton CC
Kaden DuChene, senior OF, Tigard - Linfield
Quin Dufort, junior LHP, Ida B. Wells – University of Portland
David Duvalle, senior RHP, Mountain View - Pacific University
Adam Evans, senior RHP, Canby -- Yakima CC
Joe Fagan, sophomore SS, Scappoose - University of Portland
Michael Fitzgerald, senior LHP, Sunset – Mt. Hood CC
Henry Fovinci, senior OF, Lincoln -- Whitworth
Declan Francis, senior RHP/1B, Lake Oswego -- Linfield
Carson Gantz, senior RHP/INF, Jesuit – Regis University
Cade Gehlen, junior OF, Central Catholic – University of Portland
Graham Geibel, senior OF, Newberg - Pacific University
Sam Giansante, senior OF, Grant – Linn-Benton CC
Nate Goodman, senior INF, Bend – Occidental
Will Goodman, sophomore INF, Bend – University of Washington
Calvin Gregory, sophomore LHP, Lakeridge – Oregon State
Parker Guinn, senior C, McMinnville – Cal State Bakersfield
Isaac Hertzog, senior SS, Tigard – Linn-Benton CC
Aiden Horsley, senior OF, North Medford – Lower Columbia CC
Gabe Howard, junior RHP, West Linn – University of Oregon
Kaden Isola, senior 1B/OF, Bend -- Sacramento City College
Levi Jones, senior 3B, Jesuit – Oregon State
Jack Joyce, senior RHP, Canby -- Mt. Hood CC
Zach Justice, senior C, Summit -- University of Oregon
Johnny King, senior INF, North Medford – Mt. Hood CC
Ethan Kleinschmit, senior LHP/OF, Kennedy – Linn-Benton CC
Spencer Kowalski, senior C/OF, Blanchet Catholic -- Centralia CC
Payton Lambert, senior SS, Pendleton – Santa Clara
Easton Lasich, senior SS, Roosevelt – Eastern Oregon
Brock Leitgeb, senior C, Jesuit – University of Michigan
Simon Lemke, senior RHP, Mountain View - Columbia Basin College
Armand Lettiere, senior RHP/OF, Central Catholic – University of Puget Sound
Ethan Matsuoka, junior INF, Tualatin -- University of Portland
Noble Meyer, senior RHP, Jesuit – University of Oregon
Connor Malony, sophomore 1B/RHP, Thurston -- University of Oregon
Maddox Molony, senior SS/RHP, Thurston – University of Oregon
Cooper Mullens, senior INF, Marist Catholic – University of Michigan
Carter Nelson, junior RHP, South Salem – University of Oregon
Sawyer Nelson, freshman SS, South Salem – University of Washington
Trey Newmann, senior RHP, North Medford – University of Oregon
Jacob Ogden, senior OF, Wilsonville – Chaminade University
Chase Olsen, senior INF, Scappoose – Centralia CC
Russell Petersen, senior RHP, Ida B. Wells – Whitman
Anthony Pezqueda, senior 2B, North Valley – Lassen CC
Cal Pickhardt, senior INF, Mountain View - Yavapai College
Isaac Pfeifer, sophomore C, Tualatin -- Arizona State
Cooper Rathbun, senior 1B/RHP, Ashland — Oregon Tech
Aiden Rice, sophomore INF, Central Catholic – University of Portland
Caleb Ruchaber, senior INF, Jesuit – University of La Verne
Dawson Santana, senior 2B, Lakeridge – University of Oregon
Kainoa Santiago, sophomore OF, Jesuit – Gonzaga University
Grady Saunders, freshman RHP/Utility, Thurston – Oregon State
Colton Schmokel, senior 1B, Lincoln -- Centralia CC
Teagan Scott, freshman C, South Salem – Oregon State
Kellen Segel, senior RHP/Utility, Grant – Linn-Benton CC
Kaden Starr, senior RHP, Marist Catholic – University of Portland
Walker Still, senior C/INF, Crescent Valley – University of Redlands
Brandon Stinnett, senior INF, Sprague – Seattle University
Connor Stone, senior 1B/OF, Sunset – Centralia CC
Grant Strother, senior RHP, Sprague -- Tufts
Garrett Strube, senior INF, Clackamas -- George Fox
Charlie Sturm, senior C, Jesuit – Chapman University
Matthew Tacheny, senior RHP, Clackamas -- Linfield
Drew Talavs, senior P, West Linn – Oregon State
Owen Thompson, senior RHP, Cascade Christian – Lane CC
Owen Tilden, senior C, Canby -- Missouri Baptist University
Sam Tsiatsos, senior Utility/RHP, La Grande – Blue Mountain CC
Nolan Umlandt, junior RHP, Sherwood – University of Portland
Ryan Vanden Brink, junior C, West Linn – Oregon State
Joe Vaccaro, senior OF, Mountain View - Chemeketa CC
Alex Via, sophomore RHP, Summit -- University of Portland
Jake Von Lubken, senior OH/ RHP, Hood River Valley – Linn-Benton CC
Tyler Walker, senior RHP, Lebanon -- Chemeketa CC
William Wallace, senior RHP, Jesuit – Pomona Pitzer
Triston Wallace, senior C, Cascade Christian – Umpqua CC
Carson Waples, senior RHP, Silverton -- Mt. Hood CC
Cole Weiland, senior OF/RHP, South Salem -- Whitworth
Mark Wiepert, sophomore C/3B, Wilsonville -- Oregon State
Paul Wilson, senior LHP, Lakeridge – Oregon State
If you are a HS coach and want to add someone to the list, by all means email me, [email protected], put “baseball commitment” in the subject line and provide the info in the manner shown above.