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Gulls, Fishermen earn all-league honors

The Daily Astorian

Published on November 7, 2017 7:28PM

Last changed on November 8, 2017 8:38AM

Jeff Ter Har/For The Daily Astorian
A trio of all-leaguers at work, as Seaside’s Michael Bailey (55), Alex Teubner (2) and Dawson Blanchard (88) look to gain yards for the Gulls in Seaside’s state playoff versus. Henley.

Jeff Ter Har/For The Daily Astorian A trio of all-leaguers at work, as Seaside’s Michael Bailey (55), Alex Teubner (2) and Dawson Blanchard (88) look to gain yards for the Gulls in Seaside’s state playoff versus. Henley.


League champion Scappoose and second-place Seaside garnered most of the awards and selections to the Cowapa All-League football team, announced last week.

The league had three Offensive Players of the Year — senior Jimmy Jones of Scappoose, and juniors Hayden Vandehey of Banks and Alex Teubner of Seaside.

Sean McNabb of Scappoose and Seaside’s Jeff Roberts were named Coaches of the Year. Ross Parson of Scappoose was the lone Defensive Player of the Year.

Scappoose had seven selections to the first-team offense and five on defense. Seaside had six first-team offense players, and three first-team defense.

The Gulls had all five of their offensive linemen earn all-league honors, along with two tight ends, a running back and a wide receiver. Junior Payton Westerholm was one of three first-team quarterbacks.

Seaside also landed three linebackers on the all-league team.

Astoria junior Justin Villa was a first-team wide receiver, joining Fishermen tackle Jeff Stutzegger on the first team. Astoria had four players on the first-team defense, along with punter Andrew Schauermann.

The Fishermen also placed three defensive backs and three offensive linemen on the all-league squad.

See Scoreboard for complete Cowapa All-League football team.



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