Senior night wrap up for boys and girls basketball

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Senior night wrap up for boys and girls basketball

The cheer team roots on the Wildcats. Wilsonville captured the win on senior night.

The cheer team roots on the Wildcats. Wilsonville captured the win on senior night.

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The cheer team roots on the Wildcats. Wilsonville captured the win on senior night.

GMArtman

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The cheer team roots on the Wildcats. Wilsonville captured the win on senior night.

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Coach Roach poses with his seniors after capturing the league title.

Coach Duke wears the net around his neck after his team won the co-league title with the La Salle Falcons.

Both of our NWOC League Champion basketball teams honored their seniors on an amazing four years this week at their last league games.

The Wildcats played Putnam and came out with the victory with an ending score of 66-46. The Lady Cats won 85-19 over the Parkrose Broncos this Tuesday on their senior night.

Also, the boys celebrated their seniors Zach Rivers, Nolan Thebiay, Grant Irby, Jack Roche, Sam Westing, Corey Ito, Chris Grizzell, and Grace Clarke on Friday the 22nd. Each of them walked out with their parents and were recognized for their hard work in their academics, plans for next year, and basketball accomplishments. All of them have big plans for their future; Zach Rivers plans on attending Clark Community College to continue playing basketball; Nolan Thebiay is committed to play baseball at Montana State Billings; and Grant Irby will attend a four-year university in either Oregon or Arizona in the fall.

Jack Roche plans on attending a top tier school and doubles majoring in business and economics, while Sam Westing wants to either attend Oregon State or University of Oregon in the fall. Corey Ito aspires to major in biology and continue on the pre-dentistry track at a four-year university on the west coast, and Chris Grizzell will go to a two-year college followed by a four-year university.

Team manager Grace Clarke would like to attend University of Washington and major in nursing and forensic science, while also hoping to gain the opportunity to travel abroad. All of these seniors are a huge part of this team and the rest of the team will be sad to see these 7 great players and 1 amazing team manager leave after this season.

The girls senior night was Tuesday the 26th and they recognized 6 amazing seniors, Cydney Gutridge, Teagan McNamee, Emily Scanlan, Hannah McKinney, Reese Timm, and Whitney May. They all have very different plans for next year ranging from continuing their basketball careers to jumping right into their academic careers.

Cydney Gutridge will attend a four-year university on the west coast and will major in business, meanwhile Teagan McNamee is committed to Pacific University to play soccer and basketball. Emily Scanlan is planning on going to a two-year college to continue her basketball career. Similarly, Hannah McKinney is going to continue her basketball career as well and plans on going into a nursing program. Reese Timm will pursue a degree at Oregon State University in the fall.

Last but not least, team manager Whitney May is going to Central Oregon Community College to get an associates in large animal veterinary science then she will transfer to a university after that. The girl’s team has an unbreakable bond and the remaining players on the team will miss all of these prominent seniors next year.

These two remarkable teams have home playoff games on Friday and Saturday this weekend. Let’s pack the stands and support these two hard-working teams so they can excel to the next round of playoffs next week at Oregon State University.