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Fall National Letters of Intent

Willamette’s Golf State Champion Tannica Porter and 1st Team All-League Goalkeeper Natalie Willoughby Sign National Letters of Intent!


Multi-Sport Super Star Natalie Willoughby signed her National Letter of Intent with Western Oregon University this week in the East Gym of Willamette High School.  Natalie is coming off a stellar fall soccer season in which she received 1st Team All-League Honors as the best goalkeeper in the one of the best soccer conferences in the state.  However, Natalie will only receive about a week’s worth of rest before she hits the hardwood and battles in the paint for the Wolverines girls basketball team.  As if her dominance in these two sports is not impressive enough, we should mention that Natalie signed her National Letter of Intent to play softball with the Wolves…..oh yah it turns out…. softball is this catcher’s top sport.  Senior Tannica Porter requires no introduction as she burst into the Willamette record books by winning the Individual 5A golf State Championship last seasonWillamette High School’s first individual in school history. Tannica is a 3-time Midwest District Champion and 2 time All-state, Porter has selected California State University Chico, better known as Chico State to continue her studies and athletic pursuits.  “I personally believe that these two schools are among the best Division II colleges in the country.  I have highly recommended both these schools to student athletes for years and I am very honored as a Wolverine that these two great institutions selected two of our own.” Thomas Armstrong Athletic Director Willamette High School.


Willamette’s Tannica Porter wins state 5A golf title by one stroke



By The Register-Guard

Posted May 14, 2019 at 8:38 PMUpdated May 15, 2019 at 2:14 PM


BANKS — Willamette junior Tannica Porter won the OSAA Class 5A girls state golf title by one stroke Tuesday as she finished the two-day tournament with a 13-over 157 at Quail Valley Golf Course.

Porter, a junior who was the Midwestern League district champion, shot a 76 on Tuesday to finish a stroke ahead of Pendleton’s Megan George, who had a one-stroke lead after Monday’s opening round.

George finished the final three holes with three straight bogeys, while Porter had two pars and a bogey over that same stretch. Porter, who finished tied for 14th and tied for sixth the past two Class 6A state tournaments, opened the back nine with an eagle on the par-5 10th.

Pendleton won the team title with a two-day total of 767, nine strokes ahead of Crater.

Class 6A state girls

Sheldon freshman Corinne Lilywhite finished in a tie for 35th after shooting 31 over for the two-day event at Quail Valley Golf Course. Sheldon finished in a tie for 12th place after finishing at 792. Summit’s Olivia Loberg shot a 3 under for the tournament to win the individual title, five shots ahead of defending co-champion Alexa Udom from Westview. Jesuit won the team title with a two-day total of 616.

Class 4A/3A/2A/1A state girls

St. Mary’s won the team title by 67 strokes over Valley Catholic at Eagle Crest Ridge Course in Redmond. The Crusaders were led by individual champion Baylee Hammericksen, who shot a 5 under for the tournament, including a 2-under 70 on Tuesday, and her sister, Riley Hammericksen, who finished third. Riverdale’s Yvonne Vinceri shot a 2-under 70 on Tuesday to finish in second place.

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