West Albany High’s Hannah Kerlegan and Oreon Courtney were both honored by the Greater Valley Conference.
Kerlegan was a first-team selection to the all-GVC girls basketball team while Courtney was a first-team pick on the boys team.
Kerlegan, a senior point guard, averaged 12.3 points per game and shot 45 percent from the floor. She finished the season with 67 total assists.
West Albany teammate Molly Hendricks earned a second-team honor while McKenzie Kosmicki and Lexie Stinson made honorable mention on the girls squad.
The Bulldogs received an at-large berth to the 6A state playoffs and suffered an 83-37 loss to Benson Tuesday night. West Albany finished with a 13-12 overall record.
McNary’s Kailey Doutt was voted GVC player of the year, Forest Grove’s Katie Rebsom defensive player of the year and McMinnville’s Sean Coste coach of the year.
Courtney, a junior guard/wing, averaged 17 points and seven rebounds per game while shooting 48 percent from the field.
Fellow Bulldogs Chase LaPerle and Nick Renyer received honorable mention on the boys team.
West Albany earned a spot in the postseason by defeating Newberg, 65-57, in a play-in game. The Bulldogs then lost 92-36 Wednesday night at Southridge to end the season 12-14 overall.
West Salem’s Kyle Greeley won player of the year, McNary’s Andrew Jones defensive player of the year and McNary’s Ryan Kirch coach of the year.