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Women's Basketball Recruit Kylie Guelsdorf, a Oregon City multi-sport standout, caps career with 12 varsity letters
Oregon City High School's Kylie Guelsdorf is leaving an indelible mark on the Pioneers' athletic program as one of the few multi-sport athletes to earn 12 varsity letters over the course of her prep career.
Guelsdorf was recognized for her outstanding achievement in cross country, girls' basketball, and track and field, and is believed to be the first Oregon City female athlete since Taylor Belmont in 2010 to graduate with 12 varsity letters.
She recently accepted an offer to play junior college basketball next season at Lane Community College in Eugene.
Guelsdorf played a key role in helping lead Oregon City's girls' cross country teams to berth in the OSAA Class 6A state championships each of the past four seasons.
She peaked as a sophomore when she posted a personal best time of 19 minutes, 30.4 seconds over Oregon City's 5,000-meter home course and placed sixth overall in leading the Pioneers to the 2015 Mt. Hood Conference district championship.
In basketball, Guelsdorf was part of program that compiled a four-year record of 83-25 and won Mt. Hood Conference titles in 2015, 2016, and 2018. The teams she played on also went 8-5 during the post-season, including an appearance in the 2017 championship final in which the Pioneers lost 45-27 to top-ranked Southridge.
Guelsdorf capped her track and field senior season by qualifying for the OSAA 6A state championships in two events -- the long jump and the 4x100 relay on a team with Lily Bartel, Kylei Halbakken, and Kiera O'Malley.
At the May 9 Mt. Hood Conference Championships at Gresham High School, Guelsdorf placed fifth in the long jump with a personal best mark of 16 feet, 11 1/2 inches, while helping lead the Pioneers' short relay to a third-place finish in a season-best 49.95 seconds. She also placed sixth in the pole vault with a personal best of 10-2, and ran a leg on the 4x400 relay that finished fourth in 4:14.52.
Kentlake Star Signs with Titans
Aolani Talamaivao-Caleron, 6'0" post from Kentlake High School, Kent Washington, has singed a letter of intent to play basketball at Lane Community College.
Aolani finished her senior season averaging 9.1 ppg, 6.9 rpg and was a first team All-League selection. She also helped Kentlake finish 6th at the Washington 4A State Tournament.
Coach Sheley is very excited to add Talamaivao-Calderon to the 2018 class. She is a finisher around the basket as well as an excellent passer. Aolani will be counted on to help replace the three All-Region posts that have graduated.
The entire Women's Basketball program would like to welcome Aolani to the Titan Family and looks forward to her arrival in the Fall.
Oregon City Star Guard Signs LOI for Lady Titans
Kylie Guelsdorf, 5’9” guard from fabled Oregon City High School, Oregon City, Oregon signed a letter of intent to play basketball with the women’s program.
This past season Guelsdorf averaged 13.4 ppg, 4.7rpg and 3.1 apg for the Pioneers. She received first team All-Mt Hood Conference honors. She also was second team All-league in her junior season and an All-Tournament selection at the 6A State tournament.
Kylie not only excelled on the basketball court but she received 12 varsity letters for basketball, track and cross country during her four years in high school. She accomplished all of this athletically while maintaining a 3.55 gpa throughout high school.
Coach Sheley is tremendously excited about what Kylie brings to the Lady Titans. She has great speed, court awareness, the ability to get to the basket and relenting pressure defense all over the court.
The Titan basketball program welcomes Kylie to the program and expects her to be a major contributor next season to the team’s success.
Tri-Cities Star Signs With Titans
Hailey Stevens, 5’11” guard from Richland High School, Richland, Washington has signed a Letter of Intent to play women’s basketball at Lane next season.
Hailey averaged 11 points per game in her senior season and shot approximately 39% from 3 point line. She is expected to help stretch defenses for the Titans with her long range shooting. Additionally, her ability to guard on the perimeter and in the post will make her a valuable commodity next season.
Off the court, Hailey made the Honor Roll all four years at Richland High School.
Hailey played club basketball for Sagebrush Hoops Black last summer when she caught the coaching staff’s eye. The women’s program welcomes Hailey to Lane Community College.
Lady Titans Receive NWAC Recognition
The Lane Community College Women's Basketball Team recently finished their regular season with a 22-6 overall record and are now headed to the NWAC Championship tournament in Everett Washington. A few of the Titans received recognition from the Southern Region coaches for their accomplishments during the regular season. Sarah Hall and Rachel Fielder were Southern Region First Team selections and Taeli Carrillo and Amber Lease were Second Team selections. Amber and Sarah were also named to the five member All Defensive Team.