Henley, Klamath Union basketball players earn all-state honors

The Oregon Basketball Coaches Association announced its 4A all-state teams for the 2023-24 season Monday with seven players and coaches from the Basin receiving honors.

On the girls side, Henley’s Randy Denson was named coach of the year after leading the Hornets to their first state championship since 2012 in his fourth season at the helm. Annie Campos, who signed with Oregon Tech March 19, was named player of the year and was the only unanimous first team selection. Campos led Henley in every statistical category this season, averaging 16 points, 7.2 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 4.3 steals and 0.6 blocks per game. She was also the only unanimous first team all-tournament selection at the 4A girls state championships. 

Klamath Union senior Dianara Peña also earned first team recognition after helping the Pelicans to a program-best fourth place finish at the state tournament. She was Klamath Union’s second leading scorer, averaging 12.4 points per game. She also averaged 2.6 rebounds and led the Pelicans in steals (2.6), assists (2.5) and blocks (0.8). Peña was named first team all-tournament at the 4A championships and shared Skyline Conference Player of the Year with Campos. 

Three Basin players were named honorable mention: Klamath Union’s Keely Hall and Henley’s Anna Harper and Senia Campos. Hall led the Pelicans in scoring and rebounding, averaging 14.1 points and 5.7 boards per game. Harper was Henley’s second leading scorer with 9.7 points per game and co-leader in rebounds with 7.2 per game. She received first team all-tournament recognition at the 4A championships after averaging 14 points (third among all players) and 10.3 rebounds (leading all players). Senia Campos averaged 7.9 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.5 steals for Henley. 

On the boys side, Henley’s Markus McCreadie received second team honors after averaging 19.9 points, 12.4 rebounds, 3.7 blocks, 1.9 assists and 1.1 steals per game, leading Henley in the first three categories. He powered the Hornets to their second straight state tournament appearance and was named Skyline Conference Player of the Year. 

Here are the full 2024 OBCA 4A all-state teams: 


Player of the Year

Annie Campos, Henley (Sr.)

Coach of the Year

Randy Denson, Henley

First Team

Annie Campos, Henley (Sr.) (unanimous)

Shelby Bruney, Astoria (Jr.)

Maddie Dustin, Cascade (Sr.)

Dianara Peña, Klamath Union (Sr.)

Rylan Davis, Madras (Sr.)

Second Team

Paige Macduff, Marshfield (Sr.) 

Maitlin Young, Astoria (Sr.)

Anneka Steen, Philomath (Jr.)

Hailey Schmidt, Pendleton (Sr.) 

Reagan Heiken, Philomath (Fr.) 

Honorable Mention

Anna Harper, Henley (Jr.)

Addie Ruckwardt, Marist Catholic (Sr.)

Kenzi Hollenbeck, Stayton (Jr.)

Anna Bales, Crook County (Fr.)

Emily Taunisila, Philomath (So.)

Malory Dundas, Astoria (Jr.)

Maezie Wilcox, La Grande (Sr.)

Devan Lee, St. Helens (So.)

Keely Hall, Klamath Union (Sr.)

Peyton Daggett, La Grande (So.)

Zoee Howard, Philomath (Jr.)

Olivia Bennett, Cascade (So.)

Hailey Monte, Gladstone (Jr.)

Sasha Esquiro, Madras (Sr.)

Ashlyn Dalton, Baker (Jr.)

Jaylee Lima, Cottage Grove (Sr.)

Haley Butenschoen, Stayton (Jr.)

Rozalynn Schmunk, Cascade (So.)

Tatum Montiel, Marshfield (Jr.)

Anabell Delgado, Phoenix (Sr.)

Senia Campos, Henley (So.)

Avery Biederman, Astoria (Sr.)

Kaitlyn Ventris, Scappoose (Sr.)

Tayla Huber, Astoria (Jr.)


Player of the Year

Isaiah Jones, Baker (Jr.)

Coach of the Year

Jebron Jones, Baker

First Team

Isaiah Jones, Baker (Jr.)

Landon Knox, Cascade (Jr.)

Seneca Hall, Madras (Sr.)

Cole Hammack, North Marion (Jr.)

Cooper Rothenberger, Junction City (Sr.)

Second Team

Markus McCreadie, Henley (Sr.)

Austin Palmer, Seaside (Jr.)

Paul Hobson, Baker (Sr.)

Keivon Riley, Junction City (Sr.)

Preston Kramer, Philomath (Sr.)

Honorable Mention

Merrick Benesch, Astoria (Sr.)

Kai Holmes, Marist (So.)

Anthony Best, Cascade (Jr.)

Tyson Martinez, Crook County (Sr.)

Kaiden Ford, Cascade (Jr.)

Henry Begay, The Dalles (Sr.)

Jaron Long, Baker (Jr.)

Caeden Barrett, La Grande (Sr.)

Izzy Jantes, Seaside (Sr.)

Jaxon Logsdon, Baker (Jr.)

Jacob Peters, Philomath (Sr.)

Logan Mathews, Crook County (Sr.)

Steel Carpenter, Marshfield (Jr.)

Peyton Tyner, Marist Catholic (Sr.)

Quinton Olson, Scappoose (Jr.)

Joshua Iwamizu, Hidden Valley (Jr.)


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