Colin Thurston has played beyond his years. The 5-foot-10, 140-pound sophomore quarterback from Santiam has had huge performances in the state playoffs, none bigger than in Saturday’s 23-22 win against St. Paul in the semifinals of the OSAA Class 2A state playoffs. Facing third and seven on their own 37-yard line with 28 seconds left and a two-point deficit, Thurston hit receiver Jordan Lanham for a 43-yard gain to the 9-yard line to give the Wolverines the chance they needed to win the game.
Kennedy senior Kaylin Cantu has signed a letter of intent to compete in track and field and cross country at Western Oregon. Cantu was a four-time district champion in cross country and placed in the top 10 of the 3A/2A/1A state meet all four years, including placing third her junior and senior years. In track and field, she is a three-time district champion and has placed fifth or better at the 2A state meet six times, including placing second in the state in the 1,500 the past two years.
Vote for your favorite athlete at the bottom of this page by Thursday at noon. Sean Horning, Santiam football: The senior kicked the game-winning 23-yard field goal with no time remaining in Saturday’s 23-22 win against St. Paul. Jesse Sickles, Falls City football: The senior quarterback was 9 of 17 passing for 20 2yards and three touchdowns and intercepted a pass in Saturday’s 58-28 loss to Dufur.
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