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Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Oregon High School Team of the Week for April 11-17 as nominated by coaches, fans and readers.
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Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Oregon High School Team of the Week for April 11-17 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 or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveor. 

Canby softball

Canby (10-2) picked up a 5-1 road win over Newberg on Monday, followed by a 10-3 home win over Westview on Wednesday and a 3-1 win over Tualatin to start league play Friday.

Central Catholic softball

Central Catholic (7-5) earned a 4-2 win at Sandy on Wednesday, followed by a 10-0 shutout over Nelson on Thursday in an early-season showdown for first place in the Mt. Hood Conference. 

Clackamas baseball

Clackamas (12-2) remained perfect in the Mt. Hood Conference by taking two against Barlow by a combined count of 16-5, along with a 12-1 road win at Centennial. 

Estacada softball

Estacada (7-4) took the early lead in the Tri-Valley Conference by winning a home-and-away set against Gladstone, highlighted by a tight 7-6 win Wednesday. 

Grants Pass softball

Grants Pass (9-7) remained perfect in the Southwest Conference with a couple of one-run wins to sweep a doubleheader over North Medford on Saturday. Grants Pass opened the week with a 6-3 win over Roseburg. 

Jesuit baseball

Jesuit (11-2) swept its three-game set against Southridge by a combined score of 24-0 and extended its run of shutouts to five games. 

La Grande baseball

La Grande (13-1) moved up a class and beat Pendleton 7-5 on the road Wednesday, then swept a league doubleheader 29-0 at McLoughlin on Friday.

Lake Oswego girls track

The Lake Oswego girls won Saturday’s 25-team Wilsonville Invitational with 206 points, beating runner-up Tigard by more than 40 points. The Lakers won six events, highlighted by victories in all three sprints and both relays. 

McMinnville baseball

McMinnville (12-1) swept its three-game series with Newberg by a combined score of 31-2 to remain atop the Pacific Conference standings.

McMinnville softball

McMinnville (12-2) knocked off Metro power Jesuit 4-3 on Wednesday, then opened league play Friday with a 10-0 shutout of Century. 

Nelson girls track

The Nelson girls track team won 8 of 10 races on the track to sweep a Mt. Hood Conference three-way meet with Sandy and Gresham on Wednesday. 

Philomath girls track

The Philomath girls won their eight-team host invitational Friday with 172.5 points, sweeping both relays and picking up first-place points across three other events.

Reynolds baseball

Reynolds (7-8) remained tied atop the Mt. Hood Conference with three wins in three days. The Raiders took two from Centennial by a combined 14-7, sandwiched around a 5-2 win at Sandy. 

Roseburg boys/girls track

Roseburg swept a dual meet with South Medford on Wednesday with the boys winning 92-53 and the girls winning 73-56. The boys scored first-place points in 11 of the day’s 17 events with sweeps in three, while the girls outscored South Medford 38-3 in every race that was a lap or more. 

Stayton baseball

Stayton (12-3) remained atop the Oregon West Conference after pulling off a three-game sweep over Cascade by a combined score of 29-11.

Tigard softball

Tigard (14-1) started the week by going on the road Monday and handing Jesuit its first loss of the season, 3-0. The Tigers added a 7-1 win at Newberg on Wednesday, then opened league play with a 1-0 shutout over Oregon City. 

Tualatin baseball

Tualatin (10-2) stayed atop the Three Rivers League after pulling off a three-game series sweep of Oregon City by a combined score of 30-6. 

Wells baseball

Wells (8-7) swept a doubleheader over Franklin on Saturday and opened the week with a 27-run outburst in a win over McDaniel. The Guardians are on their longest win streak of the season at four games and sit atop the PIL. 

Wilsonville boys track

The Wilsonville boys team totaled 256.5 points to win its host invitational Saturday, almost doubling the total of runner-up Central Catholic. The Wildcats won four events and had eight other top-three finishes.