13 Wildcats earn 1st-team, all-conference honors

First-team, all-league honors went to 13 Oak Harbor High School spring athletes, the Western Conference announced Friday, May 24.

In all, 30 Wildcats earned post-season accolades.

First-team Wesco North selections went to senior baseball players Michael Maletto (catcher), Jack Richter (infield) and Anthony Stewart (outfield).

Five softball players were first-team North selections: seniors Emily Saar (pitcher), Shawna Steele (catcher), Kelsey Rankin (first base) and Morgan Young (outfield) and junior Natalie Fiallos (second base).

Junior Annie Leete and sophomore Bree Roderos were first-team North girls golf picks.

Track honors encompassed both divisions. Seniors Chris Hailer (high jump) and Jeremy Foster (shot put) and sophomore John Rodeheffer (3,200) were first-team choices. Rodeheffer was also second team in the 1,600.

Baseball second-team selections were seniors Grant Schroeder (pitcher) and David Kusnick (first base) and sophomore Danny Wolfe (designated hitter).

Seven Wildcat soccer players made the second-team list: senior Matt Jensen (forward) and juniors Chase Muller (defender), Ben McCornack (defender), Gavin Stewart (midfielder), Caley Powers (forward) and Kevin Silveira (goal keeper).

Second teamers along with Rodeheffer in track were junior Clayton Richardson (800), senior Ciera Wiser (javelin) and the girls 4x200 team of senior Christina Wicker, sophomores Sierra Seabolt and Jessica Hollins and freshman Matti Miesle.

Honorable mention went to senior Corey Cameron (baseball), senior Andrew Snavely (baseball), sophomore Brent Mertins (baseball), sophomore KC Winfield (girls golf), sophomore Cassidy Gurich (girls golf), Richardson (track, boys 1,600) and Hollins (track, girls 200).


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