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Vote now: Who should be SBLive’s Oregon High School Team of the Week?

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Oregon High School Team of the Week for March 19-27 as nominated by coaches, fans and readers.

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Oregon High School Team of the Week for March 19-27 as nominated by coaches, fans and readers.

Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m.

If you would like to make a nomination in a future week (any team, any sport), email davidball33@gmail.com or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveor.

Bend softball

Bend (8-0) traveled to Idaho and won all four of its spring break games, including a couple of shutouts. 

Clackamas dance

Clackamas won the Show division title at the dance and drill state championships, the program’s first Show title since 2013. 

Hidden Valley baseball

Hiiden Valley (6-0) scored a 12-0 win over Sweet Home and a 17-1 win over Glide in a home doubleheader Tuesday before traveling to Cottage Grove for a 6-0 shutout over Philomath on Saturday. 

Jesuit baseball

Jesuit (5-0) notched a 10-0 shutout win over Hillsboro and blanked Glencoe 9-0 in a Tuesday doubleheader. The Crusaders have recorded three shutouts in the first two weeks of the season. 

Jesuit softball

Jesuit (6-0) earned an 8-6 win over La Salle Prep and shut out its other three opponents to win its host spring break tournament. The Crusaders have blanked five of their six opponents this season. 

Lake Oswego dance

Lake Oswego was crowned 6A champion at the dance and drill state championships, the program’s ninth title since 1987.

McMinnville baseball

McMinnville (5-0) won all four games on its spring break trip to Arizona, putting up 20 runs in a win over Wheat Ridge, Colo., and 17 in a win over Mead, Colo.

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Mountain View baseball

Mountain View (6-0) won all four of its games at the Coach Bob spring break tournament in Arizona, highlighted by a 14-13 opening win over St. Mary’s. The Cougars have scored in double figures in each of their six wins this season.

Mountainside baseball

The Mavericks (5-0) won their host spring break tournament with a 4-3 victory over Oregon City on Thursday. Mountainside defeated its first three opponents in the tournament by a combined 17-1. 

Newport baseball

Newport (6-0) outscored its three opponents at the Oregon Coast Invitational by a combined 31-3 to stay perfect on the season. The Cubs have allowed two runs or fewer in all six of their games. 

Newberg softball

Newberg (6-0) scored a 1-0 win over Hood River Valley to win the Nelson Hawks spring break tournament. The Tigers also picked up wins over Mt. Hood Conference schools Central Catholic, Centennial and Nelson at the tournament.

Oregon City softball

Oregon City (5-0) won all four games at its Sandy spring break tournament and is averaging 17.6 runs per game this season. The Pioneers have shut out four of their five opponents. 

Pendleton softball

Pendleton (4-0) outscored its four opponents at the Nelson spring break tournament by a combined 50-1. 

Sprague baseball

The Olympians (5-1) went 4-0 last week, outscoring their four opponents — South Albany, Elmira, Springfield and Aloha — by a combined 51-5.

South Medford baseball

South Medford (4-0) won all three games at the Crater spring break tournament, including a 5-2 win over the host Comets to open play Tuesday. 

Stayton softball

Stayton (5-0) won all three of its games at the Seaside spring break tournament, outscoring three opponents by a combined 48-6. 

Tigard softball

Tigard (6-0) scored 10 runs or more in all four of its spring break tournament wins, highlighted by a tight 11-10 victory over Liberty in Monday’s opening game.

Valley Catholic dance

Valley Catholic was crowned 4A/3A/2A/1A champion at the dance and drill state championships — the program’s eighth state title.

West Albany dance

West Albany won the 5A title at the dance and drill state championships, the program’s first state title since 2007.