Spartans News · VOTE: 2019 Athlete of the Year

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Male Nominees:

Aidan Maloney – Track & Field – Liberty High School 

Aidan is the Pacific League Champion in the 110m High Hurdles, 300m Intermediate Hurdles and the High Jump.  He is also ranked in the top 3 in the state in All-Events and will head to Yale in the Fall to play Football.

Grant Schoen – Baseball – Clackamas High School

Has had an outstanding month. Hit .462 with 19 runs scored, 5 doubles, 4 triples, 8 rbi’s, 7 stolen bases, 13 innings pitched, 22 strikeouts, with 1 save.

Nick Vaughn – Baseball – Clackamas High School

Nick is batting .500, he is 4-8, 2 doubles, 5 RBI’s, 4 runs scored. Also pitched 6 innings, striking out 6 and gave up no runs

Jetzael Meza-Gonzalez – Soccer – Seton Catholic High School

Jetzael who scored a “hat trick” (3 goals) in Seton’s 4-2 season opening win over Hudson’s Bay. Seton Catholic, the smallest 1A school in the State defeated the 3A Hudson’s Bay Eagles in their first meeting ever. This is the soccer programs first win over a 3A school. (1,000 students or more).

Female Nominees:


Miranda Evans – Track & Field – Rex Putnam High School

Miranda Evans, a junior placed 3rd at the state track competition at Mt Hood Community College in the high jump with a 5’2″

Lacey Zook – Track – Kingsway Christian High School

Lacey set school and state record for discus in the Ridgefield Invitational on May 3rd

Keeley Rasmussen – Track & Field – Sandy High School

Keeley is a discuss, javelin and shot put athlete who relentlessly pursues excellence in her sport.  She is an amazing teammate, and definitely the type of student athlete we want to emulate in our program.  

Cecelia Kamhoot- Softball – Milwaukie High School

Cecelia  is a highly committed student and athlete with excellent energy and hustle. She is a vocal leader on the field who has invested in the program and its younger players.