Chase Januik, Bill Westerholm, Payton Westerholm

From left to right, Seaside's Chase Januik, coach Bill Westerholm and Payton Westerholm will team up one last time, in this summer's OACA all-star basketball series.

The Seaside boys basketball team landed three players on the Class 4A all-state team.

Senior Chase Januik earned first-team honors, while junior Ryan Hague and senior Payton Westerholm were selected to the second team.

The 4A boys’ coach of the year was Marc Roche of state champion Banks.

In addition, Januik and Westerholm were selected by coaches to play in the 47th annual Oregon Athletic Coaches Association (OACA) state all-star series, June 14-15, for seniors at the 2A, 3A and 4A levels.

Seaside coach Bill Westerholm was chosen to coach the North team, which will include Knappa’s Timber Engblom and Warrenton’s Dalton Knight.

The first game will be at the Morse Event Center at Northwest Christian University in Eugene (5:30 p.m., West vs. North).

Boys 4A all-state

Coach of the Year: Marc Roche, Banks

First team

Kaleb Anundi, Sr., Stayton

Blake Gobel, Sr., Banks

Chase Januik, Sr., Seaside

Cory Stover, Sr., Marshfield

R.J. Veliz, Sr., Woodburn

Second team

Ryan Hague, Jr., Seaside

Sergio Jimenz, Jr., North Marion

Andrew Reynolds, Sr., Henley

Kaden Sand, Sr., Baker

Payton Westerholm, Sr., Seaside

Honorable mention

Dakota Bunn, Sr., Banks

Riley Nichol, Sr., Stayton

Justin Plechaty, Sr., Newport

Daniel Pruitt, Jr., Valley Catholic

Jacob Slifka, Jr., Banks

Grant Webster, Sr., Marshfield

Max Whittaker, Sr., Marist

Gary Henley is a sports reporter for The Daily Astorian. Contact him at 503-861-8493 or

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