End of High School Season Shout-Outs
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Not a subscriber? Use the code ADAMS30 for 30% off! We asked coaches, fans, teammates, and opponents to send us their shout-outs for athletes who played impressively during the months of October and November. Below, we highlight those players from…
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We asked coaches, fans, teammates, and opponents to send us their shout-outs for athletes who played impressively during the months of October and November. Below, we highlight those players from across all classes who received an End of Season shout-out!
Ainsworth, the Marshfield High School setter, had an incredible match in the 4A State championship game. Ainsworth tallied an incredible 56 assists, 15 digs, and 6 kills during that final match, showing her skills not just as an outstanding setter, but also her defensive and offensive prowess.
Eason, a University of Portland commit, was a steady and consistent player for Barlow, commanding her team’s back row as the libero. Eason was named to the 6A Mt. Hood all-conference first team for her great play this season, and she led her team to big 3-2 win against #4 Nelson on Barlow’s senior night.
Horne is an athletic and hard working middle blocker. Although Horne is an aggressive and dominant player on the court, she is also a very intentional, supportive teammate. Horne is constantly working year-round to improve herself and her game, which shows just how impressive her work ethic is.
Johnson, the #1 right side hitter for the class of 2026, played excellently in Jesuit’s final match versus Oregon City. With her aggressive and skilled blocking and serving, and her incredible vertical and powerful arm swing, Johnson was instrumental in helping her team take the 6A State championship title.
Named the Mt. Hood all-conference Player of the Year, Knight had a standout season setting and hitting from the right side for Barlow. Over the course of the fall, the Life Pacific University commit combined excellent court vision, well-executed sets, and powerful attacks to bring her team a 19-6 season finish.
Commanding the back row for Wilsonville was libero Matthews, who showcased impressive consistency and hustle to push Wilsonville to the 5A quarterfinals. Matthews led and directed the Wildcats’ defense with 330 digs and 69 aces over the course of the season.
Setting for Wells, the Hawaii Pacific University commit led the Guardians with 219 digs, 45 aces, 388 assists, and 123 kills over the course of the season. An incredibly hardworking athlete, Mish has been a staple for the Guardians, constantly uplifting her team and celebrating her teammates’ successes.
Mitchell’s play in the 5A State championship match was incredibly impressive. The University of Oregon commit and Mid-Willamette Conference Co-Player of the Year played with so much fearless passion and never gave up, leading her team to a back-to-back championship win. She ended the season with a stellar 475 assists, 118 kills, and 159 digs.
Orizotti had a standout sophomore campaign with the Saxons. Primarily executing a 5-1 offense, she impressively tallied just over 1000 assists for the season and helped her team finish 6th at the 6A State tournament. Orizotti also notched 64 aces, 216 digs, 50 kills, and 32 blocks, showing her all-around talent.
Smallwood, a sophomore libero, led Newport’s back row with 309 digs and contributed 41 aces over the course of the season. Smallwood showed that she is an excellent teammate and constantly lifted her team up. As a result of her great play, Smallwood was named to the 4A Oregon West all-league first team.
A natural leader, Thies did an inspiring job bringing her team to a 6A State 2nd place finish and a very close championship match. Thies’s determination and passion on the court were undeniable. She played with tons of grit and fire, showing all players what it means to be a true winner and a fierce competitor.