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Seaside’s Januik scores MVP honors

Januik a candidate for state award

EO Media Group

Published on March 1, 2017 10:28AM

Seaside senior Jackson Januik was named the Most Valuable Player in the Cowapa League, and is a leading candidate for state Player of the Year.

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Seaside senior Jackson Januik was named the Most Valuable Player in the Cowapa League, and is a leading candidate for state Player of the Year.

Seaside’s head coach Bill Westerholm disagrees with a call during the 4A State Championship at Liberty High School in 2016.

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Seaside’s head coach Bill Westerholm disagrees with a call during the 4A State Championship at Liberty High School in 2016.

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Attikin Babb makes the move against a Newport defender in the Gulls 87-54 win in January. Babb is playing a bigger role for the Gulls, as Seaside continues to cruise past the competition.

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Attikin Babb makes the move against a Newport defender in the Gulls 87-54 win in January. Babb is playing a bigger role for the Gulls, as Seaside continues to cruise past the competition.

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Seaside’s Hunter Thompson dribbles down the court during a game against Valley Catholic in January in Seaside.

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Seaside’s Hunter Thompson dribbles down the court during a game against Valley Catholic in January in Seaside.

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Seaside’s Chase Januik goes up for a shot during a game against Valley Catholic in January in Seaside.

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Seaside’s Chase Januik goes up for a shot during a game against Valley Catholic in January in Seaside.

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Astoria’s Olaf Englund takes a shot during practice in November at Astoria High School.

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Astoria’s Olaf Englund takes a shot during practice in November at Astoria High School.

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Last year’s Cowapa League co-Player of the Year received this year’s award all to himself, as Seaside senior Jackson Januik was selected as the boys basketball MVP for the 2016-17 season.

Januik — also a leading candidate for the 4A state Player of the Year award — was one of five Seaside players on the all-league team, as the league co-champion Gulls had all five starters on the all-league squad, as did Valley Catholic.

Seaside’s Bill Westerholm and Valley Catholic’s Joel Sobotka shared the annual co-Coach of the Year honor.

Januik was joined on the first-team by senior teammates Attikin Babb and Hunter Thompson, and sophomore Chase Januik. Sophomore Payton Westerholm was selected honorable mention.

Astoria senior Olaf Englund was named to the first team, and Fisherman senior Ryan Palek was honorable mention.











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