Greg Garrison

Corvallis High's Greg Garrison was voted 5A girls coach of the year. 

Anibal Ortiz, Mid-Valley Media

Corvallis High’s Greg Garrison was named 5A girls coach of the year, the Oregonian officially revealed Wednesday morning.

Garrison, who led the CHS boys program to consecutive state titles in 2011-12, is 89-21 in four seasons with the girls. The Spartans have earned a trophy at state all four years, including a third-place finish last March.

Corvallis seniors Alexandria Vallancey-Martinson and Grace Corbin were both voted first-team all-state. The posts were the Mid-Willamette Conference co-players of the year.

Oregon State signee Aleah Goodman, a senior point guard from La Salle, was also named first-team all-state.

On the boys side, Crescent Valley junior wing Tariq Harris was voted second-team all-state while junior teammate Talanoa Hufanga received honorable mention.

The Raiders won the MWC but went two-and-out at the state tournament.

Wilsonville senior Zach Reichle, who will play for OSU next year, was a first-team selection.

Philomath senior Cal Stueve was voted to the 4A first-team. The Warriors, who were the defending state champions, dropped both of their games at the state tournament.

The players of the year for all classifications will be unveiled at a later date.

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