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Golden Valley Conference 2016

ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

All Academic Team

David Rowley
Alex Smith
Zachary Fowler
Zachery Kentner (not pictured)



1st Team ALL-CONFERENCE

1st Team All-League

David Rowley - Designated Hitter
Dylan Schmoker - Catcher



2nd Team ALL-CONFERENCE

2nd Team All-League

Josh Lincoln - Infielder



All-Defensive Team

Gold Glove ALL-GVC Pitcher

Justin Silva - Outfielder
Akoni Hamilton-Golis - Pitcher



2015-2016 SCHOLAR ATHLETES

Scholar Athletes 2015-2016
Bradley Bero James Brunello
Connor Cole Cesar Devera
Zachary Fowler Zachery Kentner
Allen Lowe Erik Page
Austin Podrabsky David Rowley
Dylan Schmoker Justin Silva
Alex Smith Garrett Speckman
Ryan Wagner  

2015-2016 Baseball Transfers

May 2016

Baseball Transfer Zachery Kentner

#28 Zachary Fowler, Siskiyous first baseman has played for COS the past two seasons. He recently signed a national letter of intent for an athletic scholarship to attend Dordt College in Sioux Center, IA. Zachary’s hometown is in Vacaville, California where he graduated from Vacaville High School. He will now play NAIA baseball for the Defenders who participate in the GPAC Conference.



May 2016

Baseball Transfer Zachery Kentner

#27 Zachery Kentner, Siskiyous outfielder has played for COS the past two seasons. He recently signed a national letter of intent for an athletic scholarship to attend Trinity International University in Deerfield, IL. Zachery’s hometown is in Phoenix, Oregon where he graduated from Phoenix High School. He will now play NAIA baseball for the Trinity Trojans who participate in the CCAC Conference.



May 2016

Baseball Transfer David Rowley

#21 David Rowley, Siskiyous first baseman has played for COS the past two seasons. He recently signed a national letter of intent for an athletic scholarship to attend Northwestern College in Orange City, IA. David’s hometown is in Las Vegas, Nevada where he graduated from Northwest Career & Technical Academy, a magnet high school. He will now play NAIA baseball for the Red Raiders who participate in the GPAC Conference.



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