Zane Wise, Paige Niemi named top boy, girl athletes

Zane Wise and Paige Niemi were named the Booster Club Boy and Girl of the Year on May 27 at the annual high school senior sports awards banquet.

Niemi also received one of two Val-Co Scholar Athlete awards along with the Moe Award and the Husky Award, which is given for participating in sports every season every year of high school.

Wise, Rob Callagan and Marc Callagan were inducted into the Sweet Home High School Hall of Fame. Rob Callagan also received the Husky Award.

Niemi played volleyball, basketball and softball all four years of high school, lettering three times in each sport.

She received the 2007 Hustle Award and was the 2008 Outstanding Player in volleyball. She was named first-team all league in 2008.

In basketball, she received the 2008 Hustle Award and the 2009 Sportsmanship Award. She was honorable mention all league in 2008 and 2009.

In softball, she was named first-team all league in 2007. She was honorable mention all state in 2007 and second-team all league in 2008.

Wise lettered four years in football. He played basketball for three and lettered one year. He wrestled his senior year, placing third in district and qualifying for the state tournament on a team that won the 4A state championship.

In football, he was the 2008 Most Valuable Player and Outstanding Lineman. He was given honorable mention all-league O-line in 2006 and first team in 2007. He received honorable mention all state O-Line in 2007. He received first-team all-league honors for the O-Line and D-Line in 2008. He was 2008 Lineman of the Year and Shrine Game participant this year.

Wise plans to attend Willamette University, where he will play football.

Marc Callagan participated in football and track four years and wrestled for three. He lettered three times in football.

In track and field, he won the 2007 Will to Win award and was seventh at state in shot put this year.

In wrestling he earned the Workhorse Award this year and won the district championship. He placed fifth at state.

Robert Callagan ran cross-country for four years, swam for two years, wrestled for two years and participated in track and field for four years.

He received the Most Valuable Player and Most Improved awards in cross-country. He received first- and second-team all-league honors and was a state participant.

In swimming, he received second-team all-league honors and was a state qualifier.

In track and field, he won the Most Valuable Player and Ironman awards. He was first-team all league and first-team all state.

He placed second in the 800 meters and ran the lead-off leg of the Huskies team that won the 4×400 relay.

In wrestling, he received second-team all-league honors.

Ryan Graville received the Award of Excellence, the U.S. Army Scholar Athlete award and the Moe Award.

Tanesia McDowell received the U.S. Army Scholar Athlete award.

Larisa Cole received the Spirit of a Champion award.

U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete awards went to Sam Macklin and Laura Gourley.

Jacob McCollum received the Greg Hagle Memorial Scholarship.

David Worthen received the John Seward Memorial Scholarship.

Josh Riggs received the Kenneth J.H. Sitton Award.

Jack Perry received the SHAF Norm Davis Memorial Scholarship.

Logan Clark and Katie Kinney received the Larry Johnson Sportsmanship Award.

Nikki Smith received the Husky Award.