Prep Notebook

Storm boys headed to cross-country nationals in Portland

staff report / The Bulletin /

The Summit Central Oregon boys club cross-country team, made up of Summit High runners, has qualified for the Nike Cross Nationals on Saturday in Portland.

The Storm received an at-large berth for the national meet after placing third in the Nike Cross Northwest regional meet in Boise, Idaho, on Nov. 11. Summit sophomore Matthew Maton paced the SCO club, finishing ninth overall on the 5,000-meter regional course in 15 minutes, 56.7 seconds. Eric Alldritt took 11th (15:58.2) and Travis Neuman placed 33rd (16:20.8).

The 2012 Nike Cross Nationals boys race is scheduled to start at 11:35 a.m. Saturday at Portland Meadows racetrack.

The Center to offer concussion baseline tests

The Center Foundation in Bend will conduct concussion baseline testing Dec. 7 for student-athletes ages 11 through 17 who have not received baseline testing through their middle school or high school over the past two years. The testing — ImPact Concussion Baseline testing — is scheduled for 9 a.m. and will take place at The Center Foundation’s office on 2200 N.E. Neff Road. Cost for the baseline test is $10. For more information, contact Lauri Bonn at 541-322-2321.

White Buff volleyball players receive all-league honors

After tying for first place in the Tri-Valley Conference this fall, Madras High volleyball landed three players on the all-league first team. Sophomore outside hitter Shelby Mauritson and seniors Lauren Simmons, libero, and Sarah Brown, middle blocker, all received all-TVC first-team recognition, and Mauritson was named the league’s co-player of the year. Sophomores Alexis Urbach (middle blocker) and Elle Renault (setter) received second-team honors, and senior defensive specialist Natalie Martin received honorable mention. White Buffalo coach Jamie Martin, who guided Madras to an 18-11 overall record, was named the TVC coach of the year.

Storm highlight all-IMC boys soccer list

Summit senior midfielder Jacob Fritz has been named the Intermountain Conference boys soccer player of the year, one of five Storm players who received all-IMC first-team recognition. Midfielder Dan Maunder, forward Glenn Sherman, defender Cameron Weaver and midfielder Michael Wilson joined Fritz on the all-IMC first team. Other members of the all-IMC first team were: Mountain View’s Zach Emerson and Bryce Tipton; Bend’s Scott Bracci and Tony Watters; Redmond’s Miseal Correa and Daniel Najera; Crook County’s Alonzo Lopez; and Ridgeview’s Raul Segoviano. For a complete list of the all-IMC boys soccer team, see Prep Scoreboard, below.

Madras boys soccer picks up TVC awards

Madras High defender Carlos Garcia has been named to the all-Tri-Valley Conference boys soccer first team, in addition to receiving the league’s defensive player of the year award. White Buffalo players David Madrigal and Florencio Aguilar Cruz were selected for the all-TVC second team, and Oved Felix, Gustavo Pacheco Lopez, and Robert Reynoso received honorable mention.

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