2016-17 ALL-USA Oregon Boys Basketball Team

2016-17 ALL-USA Oregon Boys Basketball Team


2016-17 ALL-USA Oregon Boys Basketball Team


USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Oregon Boys Basketball Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2016-17 season.

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Bill Westerholm, Seaside
A year after falling one game short, Westerholm directed the Seagulls (24-1) to their first Class 4A state title. Seaside outlasted Valley Catholic, 71-63, in the championship game to avenge its only defeat of the season.


Player of the Year
Geno West, G, Jefferson (Portland), 6-3/165, Sr.
The two-time Portland Interscholastic League MVP powered the Democrats (27-1) to the ninth state title in program history, but their first in Class 6A. West averaged 24.3 points, 5.2 assists, 5.1 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game.

Elijah Gonzales, G, Clackamas, 5-9/150, Sr.
A Portland State signee, Gonzales contributed 26 points and six assists a night for the Cavaliers (24-5), who made a stirring run to the Class 6A finals.

Zach Reichle, G/F, Wilsonville, 6-5/200, Sr.
The state’s Gatorade Player of the Year led the Wildcats (27-1) to a second consecutive Class 5A championship, averaging 24.5 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.1 steals per game.

Teagan Quitoriano, F, Sprague (Salem), 6-6, 220, Jr.
The Greater Valley Conference co-Player of the Year led the Olympians to their first league title in two decades, averaging 27 points and 13 rebounds per contest.

Kamaka Hepa, F, Jefferson (Portland), 6-9/215, Jr.
The former Alaskan star adjusted quite well to the continental U.S, averaging 16.5 points, 12.2 rebounds and 5.8 blocks in his first season at Jefferson.


Braden Olsen, G, West Linn, 6-0/155, Sr.

Zach Bernards, G, Dayton, 5-10/175, Sr.

Isaac Bonton, G, Parkrose (Portland), 6-3/185, Sr.

Hunter Sweet, F, Beaverton, 6-4/200, Sr.

Kelton Samore, F, Grant (Portland), 6-8/200, Jr.


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