Forks’ Trey Baysinger (40) was named the Most Valuable Player of the boys basketball 2B Pacific League last week. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Forks’ Trey Baysinger (40) was named the Most Valuable Player of the boys basketball 2B Pacific League last week. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

BOYS BASKETBALL: Forks’ Baysinger named Pacific League MVP

FORKS — Forks’ Trey Baysinger capped off his senior season for the Spartans by being named the Pacific League boys’ basketball MVP.

Baysinger led the Spartans to a league title this year. He is a multi-sport athlete who also starred for the Spartans’ baseball and football teams and continues to play baseball for Wilder Sr.

Forks head coach Rick Gooding also was named the Pacific League Coach of the Year in Forks’ first year in the 2B league.

Also honored by the league were Forks’ assistant coaches, Cameron LeDuke, Dustin Feasel and Scott Baysinger.

Trey Baysinger averaged a double-double in his monster season — 22.1 points a game and 14.1 rebounds a game. He also averaged 3.9 assists and 2.3 steals per game.

Several other Forks players were honored in all-league voting. Spartans Logan Olson and Tony Flores-Hernandez made the boys’ second team, while Riley Pursley make the third team.

“I believe that we had the two best guards in the league in Tony and Logan. They are honored to be recognized on second team, but I felt they were first-team guys. Raymond Davis should have been on one of the teams as well,” Gooding said.

Forks’ Ryan Rancourt made the league’s all-academic team.

For the girls, Forks’ Chloe Leverington was named to the league’s first team. Keira Johnson was named to the second team, while Kadie Wood was named to the third team. Making the honorable mention team was Kyra Neel.

Full Pacific League All-League:


MVP — Trey Baysinger, Forks.

Coach of the Year — Rick Gooding, Forks.

Sportsmanship Award — South Bend.

First team — Jaden Turner, Ilwaco; Morgan Anderson, Raymond; Josh Bighead, North Beach; Landon Koukal, Northwest Christian; Kobe Rudolph, Ocosta.

Second team — Logan Olson, Forks; Tony Flores-Hernandez, Forks; Beckett Turner, Ilwaco; Nathon Ashley, South Bend; Thomas Dillon, Chief Leschi.

Third team — Riley Pursley, Forks; Adrian Quintana, Raymond; Sam Glenn, Ilwaco; Kyle Fry, North Beach; Junior Babber, Northwest Christian.

Honorable mention — Gaston Dillon, Chief Leschi; Kyle Wardlow, Ocosta; Josh Johnson, South Bend; Alex West, Ilwaco; Devin Wirkkala, South Bend.


Co-MVPs — Kyra Gardner, Raymond; Erika Glenn, Ilwaco.

Co-coach of the Year — Jason Koski, Raymond and Ned Bittner, Ilwaco.

Sportsmanship Award — North Beach.

First team — Chloe Leverington, Forks; Mylina Pluff, Chief Leschi; Karsyn Freeman, Raymond.

Second team — Keira Johnson, Forks; Tiana Ramsey, Ilwaco; Grace Lee, Northwest Christian; Kyndal Koski, Raymond; Hannah Miller, Raymond.

Third team — Kadie Wood, Forks; Olivia McKinstry, Ilwaco; Mady Eang, North Beach; Juliana Fleming, Ilwaco; Ramona Gallegos, Chief Leschi.

Honorable mention — Kyra Neel, Forks; Davina Anderson, Ocosta; Elli Capps, South Bend; Skyler Langston, North Beach; Alexia Bradley, Ocosta; Hannah Jewell, South Bend; Annika Hollingworth, Ocosta; Adreyanna Butler, North Beach; Reece Williams, South Bend; Mikayla Ness, Ocosta.

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