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After taking the 4A Greater Oregon League title and playing to a second place showing in the 4A championship game, the Pendleton Buckaroos also saw senior Payton Lambert pick up the MVP honor as voted on by the league’s coaches.
The Buckaroos named nine players to the all-league selections including seven players named to first team. The league runner-up, the La Grande Tigers, saw seven players making the list and Baker placed six ball players named to all league. Ontario’s Palo Banuelos was the lone other Tiger.
Lambert joins a host of other seniors from Pendleton on the listing including Jack Lieuallen, Andrew Demianew, Keer Breshears, Dylan Gomez, Chas Corbett and Clayson Cooley. For the Buckaroos, only Evan Lehnert returns next season.
La Grande will suffer the losses of Jace Schow, Logan Williams, Cole Shafer, Jarett Armstrong, Sam Tsiatsos, and Noah Mcllmoil on a senior heavy squad. Carter Peasley will be back as a senior next year.
Kai Ogan and Thomas Smithson are the two seniors departing from Baker off a young team returning a host of players next season.
Most Valuable Player – Payton Lambert (Pendleton)
First Team Catcher – Jaxon Logsdon (Baker)
First Team First Base – Dylan Gomez (Pendleton)
Second Team Catcher – Noah Mcllmoil (La Grande)
Second Team Infielder – Aldo Duran (Baker)
Second Team First Base – Kai Ogan (Baker)
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