NWAC South Region: 2020 Preview

Chemeketa Community College – Salem, OR

Head Coach: JJ Mascolo (2nd year)
Assistants: Shawn Domke, Daniel Zavala, James Mensing
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: South Region
Website: https://www.chemeketa.edu/athletics/baseball/
2019 Record: 25-19 overall, 12-12 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Saturday, February 22nd vs. Corban JV in Salem, OR
2020 League Opener: Friday, March 27th vs. Linn-Benton CC in Salem, OR
Top Newcomers:
Kaleb Kantola, RHP, Central HS (OR)
Bryce Bridge, RS-FR, RHP/OF, Neah-Kah-Nie HS (OR)
Caleb Beach, FR, SS, West Albany HS (OR)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach Mascolo has had the Storm in the postseason in both his first two years at the helm and is looking for more in 2020. He has been a player and assistant coach for Western Oregon University and spent two years prior to Chemeketa as the volunteer assistant at Fresno State.
Three right-handers return to anchor the Chemeketa pitching in 2020. Cameran Hagan started 10 games and was the Storm leader with 5 wins. Two sport Storm athlete Dalton Renne was a 2nd Team All-Region selection after 3 wins, 3 saves with a 3.47 ERA in 2019. Renne was also ranked by Baseball Northwest as the #18 top prospect for the Oregon Class of 2019. Local Salem product Austin Brown was also a 2nd Team selection. He won 4 in 15 appearances (8 starts) with a 4.45 ERA. Red-shirt sophomore Austin Gerding returns from the 2018 team to add offense alongside Blake Arritola who is another 2nd Team selection. His 21 stolen bases were 5th in the NWAC. Shortstop Connor Fajardo brings defensive experience.
Oregon 5A Pitcher of the Year Kaleb Kantola heads the top of the Storm 2019 recruiting class and was ranked #20 for the Oregon Class of 2019 on Baseball Northwest’s top prospect lists. He projects to be a part of the weekend rotation. Two other BBNW alums that are a key to the newcomers are red-shirt freshman pitcher/outfielder Bryce Bridge and infielder Caleb Beach.
Zac Rosscup, who appeared in the Major Leagues in 2019 for the Mariners and Dodgers, signed out of Chemeketa in 2009. He is the only former Chemeketa alum currently playing professionally.
An early trip to the East Region for games at Treasure Valley, Walla Walla, and Columbia Basin highlight the pre-conference schedule. The South Region league schedule is marked by 2019 league champion Linn-Benton in a home and home weekend March 27 and 28. Mt. Hood comes to Chemeketa on April 17-18 for another key matchup. Go Storm!
Top Prospects on roster, ranked previously by BBNW:
Oregon Class of 2018: #18 Dalton Renne
Oregon Class of 2019: #20 Kaleb Kantola
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Chemeketa:
Noah Wierstra, North Marion HS
Hunter Wierstra, North Marion HS
Bryant Raeburn, Canby HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 19

Clackamas Community College – Oregon City, OR

Head Coach: Jim Hoppel (4th year)
Assistants: Mike Christman
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: South Region
Website: http://www.clackamas.edu/
2019 Record: 8-32 overall, 5-19 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Friday, March 6th vs. Blue Mountain CC in Pendelton, OR
2020 League Opener: Friday, March 27th vs. Clark College in Oregon City, OR
Top Newcomers:
Tanner Smith, FR, 1B/RHP Spanish Springs HS (NV)
Wyatt Barajas, FR, RHP/3B, Ketchikan HS (AK)
Eric Padilla, FR, RHP, Tustin HS (CA)
Cody Kemble, FR, RHP/OF, Ketchikan HS (AK)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach Hoppel will lead one of his most talented teams into the tough NWAC South Region battle as the Cougars look to move up in 2020. The returning pitching staff is solid with experience and will likely be led by George Fox transfer Cage Gloster. The right-hand pitcher is coming off a red-shirt year. Two other right-handed pitchers that should fill out the rotation will be Caleb Lathrop and Taylor Palmer whose improvement is noted by Coach Hoppel. LHP Brandon Cervantes had 10 appearances in 2019. Zach Montero caught in 31 games for Clackamas a year ago. Nevada-native Tristian Hussey should challenge for a gold glove in center field.
Three two-way contributors are among the key new freshmen. Tanner Smith will provide middle of the order power, play first base, and provide bullpen depth. Two Alaskan recruits will get a lot of at-bats as well as innings on the mound. Third baseman Wyatt Barajas will add production offensively and key pitching depth. Outfielder Cody Kemble will add to the bullpen and get at-bats. California-product Eric Padilla is expected to claim the closer role.
The Cougars will have early roads trips to Spokane for games with Spokane Falls and Skagit Valley March 7-8. A journey east will take them to Treasure Valley for a weekend set March 21-22. South Region action begins at home with Clark College March 27th to begin the home and home weekend set. The home and home weekend set with last year’s conference winner Linn-Benton CC is April 9 and 11. Another key weekend series will be vs. 2019 NWAC Tournament qualifier Mt. Hood on April 3-4. Go Cougars!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Clackamas:
Devin Jackson, Warrenton HS
Kyle Larsen, Hoquiam HS
Kaleb Glascock, Nampa HS
Kawika DeForest, Nampa HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 5

Clark College – Vancouver, WA

Head Coach: Mark Magdaleno (4th year)
Assistants: Mick Ellett, Casey Dyer, Ty Singleton, Chris Gissell, Eric Jones
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: South Region
Website: clarkpenguins.com
2019 Record: 21-25 overall, 10-14 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Saturday, February 22nd vs. Pacific University JV in Vancouver, WA
2020 League Opener: Friday, March 27th vs. Clackamas CC in Clackamas, OR
Top Newcomers:
Elijah Hinojosa, FR, LHP, Douglas HS (NV)
Cheyton Whitright, RS-FR, OF/LHP, Kelso HS (WA)
Brendon Kimball, FR, C, North Mason HS (WA)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach Magdaleno has led the Penguins to 20-win seasons his last 4 years; in the last three years, Clark nearly missed the postseason and were eliminated from play on the last day of the season. Coach Mags came to the Northwest after a long high school coaching career in California and he sees his 2020 team as an athletic and veteran team. They were the 5th best defensive team in the NWAC a year ago and he expects that to be a 2020 Penguin strength. The defense starts with Hawaiian Kai Perriera, a key middle infielder, who is expected to hit 3rd for the Penguins. He is getting professional baseball consideration after hitting .356 and slugging .466 last season. The four returning outfielder candidates are fast and the core of the returning offense. Jack Fletcher hit .298 and stole 20 bases in 2019 and earned 2nd Team South Region honors. Nick Markantonatas will man a corner outfield spot, hold down the 4th spot in the hitting order, and will serve as the team’s bullpen closer.  BBNW alum Jeremy Martin hit .348 with 7 steals in a part-time role and still garnered a 2nd Team South Region selection. Cory Doyle has shown ability to contend for more playing time. 3B Taylor Birchem will be a key to the offense and expected to hit behind Markantonatas. First baseman Tyler Gregory led the 2019 Penguins in doubles and was 3rd in RBIs; he will also add depth to the bullpen from the left side. Three pitching rotations spots are set with Tyler Vicars, Chad Stoner (5 wins, 4.17 ERA), and Alan Becklehimer (11 starts, 66 innings, 4.32 ERA).  The three new recruits of Hinojosa, Whitright, and Kimball are expected to help right away.
Clark pitching coach Chris Gissell is a BBNW alum from nearby Hudson Bay High School where he signed with the Chicago Cubs. He pitched in the Major Leagues for the Rockies in 2004. He has been a minor league pitching coach with the Angels for three years.
The Penguins open with another South Region team Clackamas CC in Vancouver on February 22nd. Two road trips follow to Olympic College February 29-March 1st and to Wenatchee March 7-8. A trip to the East Region follows for games at Blue Mountain CC and Walla Walla CC March 14-15. One more trip north concludes the pre-conference schedule at Centralia CC March 21-22. League play starts at Clackamas March 27th with the next day the league home opener again vs. Clackamas. A key South series for Clark will be a home and home set with defending South champion Linn-Benton April 24-25. Go Penguins!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Clark:
Joshua Mansur, Ridgefield HS
Justin Vernon, Fort Vancouver HS
Sy Steele, West Valley HS
Titus Oien, Skyview HS
Cooper Martineau, Beaverton HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 11

Lane Community College – Eugene, OR

Head Coach: Josh Blunt (9th year)
Assistants: Johnny Farrington, Zack Kayser
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: South Region
Website: https://www.lanetitans.com/baseball/
2019 Record: 23-20 overall, 14-10 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Saturday, February 22nd vs. Everett CC in Adair Village, OR
2020 League Opener: Friday, March 27th vs. Mt. Hood CC in Gresham, OR
Top Newcomers:
Jayden Frank, FR, SS/RHP, North Bend HS (OR)
Tyson Heinz, FR, OF/LHP, Timpanogos HS (UT)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach Blunt is in his 9th year compiling 234 wins in that time and two 3rd place NWAC Tournament finishes. The Titans have made postseason play the last six seasons. The 2019 season finished in a loss to Tacoma in the super regional final. They are ranked 8th in the NWAC Preseason Coaches Poll. The return of six position starters and three starters on the mound are an important piece of the 2020 Titans. Coach Blunt likes the athletic makeup and versatility of the group. Speed can be found up and down the lineup. Two 2nd Team All-NWAC players return in C/SS/RHP Matt Dallas, and 1B/OF Takanori Shimizu. California-native Dallas hit .333 and led Lane on the mound with 6 wins, 53 innings, and 53 strikeouts. Shimitzu is from Japan and led the 2019 Titans in batting average (.347) and slugging (.452). Outfielder Jack Swisher from Nevada hit .317 and led Lane in on base percentage at .418. 1st Team All-Region first baseman Jaxon Woodhouse hit .321. Centerfielder Curran Mitzel returns as a NWAC Gold Glove winner in 2019. Three key arms from Oregon will be important contributors—LHP Mitchell Bell made 7 starts last year (#14 prospect for the Oregon Class of 2017), LHP Blake Crippen (#18 Oregon 2017), and Harrison Grow (#22 Oregon 2017). Crippen was the #2 starter and Grow the closer in 2018; both red-shirted last year.  Big things are expected from Gateway CC (AZ) transfer C/RHP Cole Frey (#14 Oregon 2018). Newcomers SS/RHP Jayden Frank and OF Tyson Heinz are expected to have a big impact right away. Frank is an Oregon All-State basketball player and Heinz was a 2019 Utah 100 and 200 meter state champion in track.
Titans receiving professional interest are Dallas, Shimizu, Swisher, Grow, and Frey. Keynan Middleton is the only Lane CC alum playing professionally in 2019 and spent time in the major leagues with the Angels.
Bellevue comes to Eugene March 13-14 to begin the home schedule. That series will be played at Oregon’s PK Park. A key South Region series for Lane will be against 2019 league champion Linn-Benton CC. Go Titans!
Top Prospects on roster, ranked previously by BBNW:
Oregon Class of 2017: #14 Mitchell Bell, #18 Blake Crippen, #22 Harrison Grow
Oregon Class of 2018: #14 Cole Frey
Lane CC Alumni currently playing professionally:
Keynan Middleton, Anaheim Angels, MLB debut 5/5/2017, BBNW alum
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Lane:
Jackson Elder, Central Catholic HS
Charlie Steuer, Central Catholic HS
Nolan Willard, Mount Rainier HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 11

Linn-Benton Community College – Albany, OR

Head Coach: Andy Peterson (2nd year)
Assistants: Braden Wells, Mike Takamori, Ryan Gorton
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: South Region
Website: https://athletics.linnbenton.edu/
2019 Record: 31-11 overall, 20-4 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Saturday, February 22nd vs. Yakima Valley CC in Albany, OR
2020 League Opener: Friday, March 27th vs. Chemeketa CC in Salem, OR
Top Newcomers:
Gavin Logan, SO, C, Foothills Composite (Canada), committed to Oregon State University
Lucas Stanfield, FR, RHP, West Salem HS
Curtis Zamora, RS-SO, RHP, West Albany HS
Kenji Lamdin, FR, RHP/1B, Grant HS
Michael Soper, FR, SS, Sprague HS
Ruben Cedillo, FR, INF, Central HS
Emiliano Alarcon, FR, C/INF, Central HS
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
The defending South Regional Champions gear up for the 2020 season and welcome back a strong core of experienced catchers and pitchers. The Roadrunners are ranked #10 in the NWAC coaches’ poll. Head Coach Andy Peterson took over the Road Runners last year after being an assistant one year. He is a former Oregon State player and an undergraduate coach. Two of their assistant coaches Braden Wells and Ryan Gorton are also former Beaver players.
1st Team South Region RHP Brock Townsend will be a weekend starter after he was 7-2 with a 1.72 ERA last year. He was Baseball Northwest’s #20 prospect for the Oregon Class of 2017. RHP Eric Hill is also a returning starting pitcher and earned 4 wins in 2018 with opponents hitting only .204. He was Oregon’s #11 prospect in 2018. A third starting pitcher returns in RHP Caden Hennessy (4 wins, 3.38 ERA). All-Conference outfielder Max Long who hit .343 in 2019 will be a middle of the order bat. The new Linn-Benton players are highlighted by sophomore Canadian catcher Gavin Logan who is expected to be a big offensive presence and is drawing professional interest. Three RHP BBNW alums should provide pitching depth. Lucas Stanfield (Oregon’s 2019 #21 prospect) has starting potential; Curtis Zamora (Oregon’s 2017 #17 prospect) is a red-shirt sophomore who was solid in 2018; and Kenji Lamdin is a two-way player who can provide bullpen depth and a corner bat. Michael Soper should be the shortstop and a top of the order candidate, while Ruben Cedillo, another infielder, has offensive upside. Emiliano Alarcon should play multiple positions.
Thirteen baseball-students made the Linn-Benton Fall honor roll with a 3.5 GPA or better. The team Fall GPA was 3.32.
East Region 2019 champion Yakima CC comes to Albany for the Roadrunners 2020 debut with a doubleheader February 22nd; Everett CC comes in the next day. LB makes two east swings for pre-conference games to Yakima, Walla Walla, and Columbia Basin. The South Region league opener is February 27-28 at Chemeketa CC. Mt. Hood comes to Dick McClain Field for the last series of the year (May 27-28) and could go a long way to determine the 2020 league winner, as Mt. Hood is ranked #9 in the coaches’ preseason poll. Go Road Runners!
Top Prospects on roster, ranked previously by BBNW:
Oregon Class of 2017: #20 Brock Townsend
Oregon Class of 2018: #11 Eric Hill, #13 Cole Wilkinson, #17 Curtis Zamora
Oregon Class of 2019: #11 JJ Hoover, #21 Lucas Stanfield, #23 Cade King
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Linn-Benton:
Cayden Delozier, Canby HS
Austin Little, Warrenton HS
Jake Hoskins, Liberty HS
Jacob Morrow, Warrenton HS
Kaden Miller, South Eugene HS
Ethan Lindstrom, Naselle Grays River Valley HS
Trey Nelson, South Eugene HS
Dylan Rush, Astoria HS
Rhett Larson, Forest Grove HS
Dawson Evenson, Clatskanie HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 17

Mt. Hood Community College – Gresham, OR

Head Coach: Bryan Donohue (13th year)
Assistants Brent Johnson, Ryan Miller
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: South Region
Website: https://www.mhcc.edu/Baseball/
2019 Record: 32-12 overall, 19-5 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Friday, February 21st vs. Bellevue College in Gresham, OR
2020 League Opener: Friday, March 27th vs. Lane CC in Gresham, OR
Top Newcomers:
Saige Keep, RS-FR, SS, Colorado State Mesa University
Hunter Snow, FR, RHP, Gresham HS
Cameron Kallhoff, FR, OF, North Salem HS
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach Donohue begins his 13th year leading the Saints and is coming off their 9th trip to the NWAC Tournament. They won the South Super Regional after their second-place league finish. Donohue has won 340 games in those 12 years and voted South Region Coach of the Year seven times. The most storied South Region program has won championships 18 of the last 25 years. The Gresham-native was part of that success as a Saints player also.
Hood is ranked #9 in the preseason coaches’ poll with key players from last year’s team back again. The top seven returners include five BBNW alumni and a good balance of pitchers and position players.  Catcher Ezra Samperi was a 2019 South Region Gold Glove winner and will hit at the top of the order. He hit .288 with 3 home runs last year. 1st Team All-Region and 2nd Team All-NWAC selection RHP Tucker Grote moves from the closer role to the rotation. He won 3 and saved 9 with a 1.44 ERA last year. RHP Sam Strader was granted a medical red-shirt year last year with a knee injury after a few solid outings from the rotation and the bullpen. RHP Hayden Minich was a 2nd Team All-Region selection after being 8-1 as a starter with 3 complete games; his ERA was 3.49.  Jordan Donohoe missed most of 2019 with injuries but is back and ready to be a middle of the order bat with power. He will play a corner infield spot. Outfielder Jacob Dukart is expected to provide middle of the order offense also, from the left side. Another 2nd Team South Region Saints returner Tyler Linch will play 2B.  Three more BBNW alumni newcomers who should have the biggest impact are Keep, Snow, and Kallhoff. Keep, a transfer from Colorado State Mesa will be the everyday shortstop. Local product Snow is ready for key Saint innings. Kallhoff is another athletic outfielder with speed and can affect the game on both sides of the ball.
Mt. Hood opens at home on February 21-22 vs. Bellevue College followed by back to back weekends with Edmonds CC on a home and home basis March 7-8 and 14-15. The South Region league schedule begins at home on March 27th with Lane coming to Gresham. The last conference series May 8-9 with defending champion Linn-Benton could decide this year’s No. 1 seed in the NWAC Tournament. Go Saints!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Mt. Hood:
Quinten Sawyer, Camas HS
Eli Takalo, Knappa HS
Brody Upton, Clackamas HS
Alex Sol, Lake Oswego HS
Jermaine Robinson, Douglas HS
Dorian Broadus, Ballard HS
Darius Lowe, Centennial HS
Spencer McGuire, Union HS
Travis Wiese, Union HS
Micah Foskett, Union HS
Connor Nipp, Newberg HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 15

Southwestern Oregon Community College – Coos Bay, OR

Head Coach: Dave Deutschman (4th year)
Assistants: Gunnar UedaPancheri
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: South Region
Website: swoccathletics.com
2019 Record: 11-29 overall, 4-20 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Thursday, February 20th vs. Grays Harbor College in Lacey, WA
2020 League Opener: Friday, March 27th vs. Umpqua CC in Roseburg, OR
Top Newcomers:
Chandler Stocking, FR, INF, Wasatch HS (UT)
Micah Del Rio, FR, 3B/RHP, Layton HS (UT)
Ethan Paulson, FR, RHP/DH, Santa Fe Christian (CA)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
BBNW alum Coach Deutschman is beginning his 4th year as head coach. He sees his 2020 Lakers as improved and ready to compete in the tough South Region. A good combination of return pitchers and position players are led by Hawaiian LHP Jonah Hurney who was a 2nd Team West Region selection a year ago after winning 3 games and striking out 72 in 54 innings. He has signed with Virginia Tech for next year. The back-end of the bullpen can be handled by Javier Jauregui who had that role in 2019 and won 2 and saved 3. RHP Jeff Woolson and RHP Abraham Reinschmidt each got starts in 2019. Outfielder Marco Robinson returns after leading the Lakers in home runs (4). Jordan Crawford should provide plus power at the 1B position. Adam Inouye returns at shortstop after being a 2nd Team All-West selection and a Gold Glove winner. Catcher Jordan Katnik brings experienced leadership having caught in 29 games last year.
The inner defense is expected to improve with newcomer Chandler Stocking who can play anywhere on the field. An important two-way player will be 3B/RHP Micah Del Rio who could end up the #1 starter and hit in the middle of the order. Ethan Paulson is another expected two-way impact player and will serve as the DH when not on the mound.
SWOCC begins the 2020 schedule vs. Grays Harbor in Lacey with a four-game set February 20-21. The home opener on the coast is with Bellevue College March 21-22. The league beginning is at Umpqua CC March 27th. The next day Umpqua comes to Coos Bay for a doubleheader. A key series for the Lakers will be a home and home series with Linn-Benton CC April 7-8. Go Lakers!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to  SWOCC:
Britten Stephenson, Centennial HS
Ethyn Killinger, Mead HS
Chase Stewart, Hanford HS
Dallas McGill, Reedsport Community Charter
Kole Walker, Mountain View HS
Jacob Winstead, Cascade HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 1

Umpqua Community College – Roseburg, OR

Head Coach: Jeremiah Robbins (1st year)
Assistants: Beau Kearns, Jacob Whisler
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: South Region
Website: https://www.uccriverhawks.com/
2020 Opening Day:
Saturday, February 22nd vs. Olympic College in Roseburg, OR
2020 League Opener: Friday, March 27th vs. SWOCC in Roseburg, OR
Top Newcomers:
Mike Freund, FR, SS, Bozeman, MT
Charlie Updegrave, FR, C/1B, Oakridge HS (OR)
Joshua Robbins, FR, C, North Medford HS (OR)
Preston Johnson, FR, RHP, Eagle Point HS (OR)
Kyle Van Boeyen, FR, RHP, Lewiston HS (ID)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
There will be college baseball played in Roseburg for the first time since 1985 as Umpqua CC reinstates its baseball program for the 2020 season. The RiverHawk program will be rebuilt by one of the most successful Northwest college head coaches—Jeremiah Robbins. The Winston, OR native comes from Lewis-Clark State where he led the Warriors to 256 wins in five seasons and 3 national championships. He also won 252 games in seven seasons at Western Oregon University. Pitching coach Beau Kearns is a BBNW alum and pitched for Robbins at LC State.
A nearly all freshmen roster including twenty Oregon players will go to battle in the very competitive South Region. Key new players include three southern Oregon natives in C/1B Charlie Updegrave from Oakridge, Catcher Joshua Robbins from Medford, and RHP Preston Johnson from Eagle Point. Shortstop Mike Freund from Bozeman, MT, and RHP Kyle Van Boeyen from Lewiston, ID are expected to have a big impact. Van Boeyen was Baseball Northwest’s #19 ranked prospect for the Idaho/Montana Class of 2019. Fresh, young Southern Oregon talent for the RiverHawks include: OF/RHP Ryan Sandoval, OF/RHP Dylan Marsh, INF Jacob Luther, INF Riley Westbrooks, and pitcher Payton Hope.
The first college baseball game in 35 years in Douglas County will be February 22nd at home vs Olympic College as a part of a Saturday/Sunday doubleheader. A very competitive pre-conference schedule includes going east for a series visit to 2019 NWAC East champion Yakima CC February 29-March 1, to Walla Walla CC March 7th and to Columbia Basin CC March 8th.  Last year’s NWAC champion Lower Columbia comes to Roseburg February 14-15 followed by 2019 NWAC North Champion Edmonds CC on March 21-22. The South league opening weekend is a home and home series with southern Oregon neighbor Southwestern Oregon CC on March 27-28. A key league series is April 3 & 5 with defending NWAC South conference champion Linn-Benton CC. The home RiverHawk games will be played at Bill Gray Stadium on One Champion Field at Stewart Park. The artificial turf facility is one of only a few in the NWAC. Go RiverHawks!
Top Prospects on roster, ranked previously by BBNW:
Idaho/Montana Class of 2019: #19 Kyle Van Boeyen
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Umpqua:
Josh Baptiste, North Medford HS
Austin Anderson, Roseburg HS
Jett Black, Roseburg HS
Jace Stoffal, Roseburg HS
Doran Gillespie, Roseburg HS
Shea Bowen, Tumwater HS
Caleb Gale, Umpqua Valley Christian HS
Dawson Bonfield, Lewiston HS
Alden Brown, Kamiakin HS
Drake Aboud, Graham Kapowsin HS
Jaiden Harrington, Seattle Lutheran HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 16