Najera makes basketball AP All-State 2B First Team


Bears’ senior guard Edgar Najera. (who is also a soccer standout as well) was announced that he made the AP All-State 2B First Team. Najera led the Bears in scoring and to a 21-4 record on the season. They finished with a 66 ranking in the State of Washington.
BREWSTER – He’s on the pitch at this writing, playing Bears’ varsity soccer, but senior athlete Edgar Najera has already started the year with a distinguished achievement. Najera was recently named to the Associated Press 2B All-State First Team by Washington state sports writers and editors late last month; Najera played varsity basketball for the Bears and started through most of four seasons and post-season state tournaments. The five-foot, nine-inch guard averaged 19.7 points, five rebounds and nearly three steals per game his senior year.

BREWSTER – He’s on the pitch at this writing, playing Bears’ varsity soccer, but senior athlete Edgar Najera has already started the year with a distinguished achievement.
Najera was recently named to the Associated Press 2B All-State First Team by Washington state sports writers and editors late last month;
Najera played varsity basketball for the Bears and started through most of four seasons and post-season state tournaments. The five-foot, nine-inch guard averaged 19.7 points, five rebounds and nearly three steals per game his senior year.
During the season just concluded Najera had two of his three highest scoring games in post-season competition. He scored 31 points - nearly half the Bears’ total - in n 84-78 loss to Kittitas Feb. 18. Against Liberty Spangle on March 1, Najera scored 29 of Brewster’s 62 points in the 65-62 loss to the Lancers.
Najera’s other sport of choice is soccer where he also is a four-year letterman. In a recent 5-3 win against Chelan, April 4, Najera scored a hat-trick (three goals) to lead the Bears.
Other AP First Team All-State 2B picks included Player of the Year, sophomore Brock Ravet of Kittitas, senior Luke Lovelady of Life Christian, junior Matt Poquette of Morton-White Pass, and senior Ryan Ricks of Northwest Christian (Colbert).
First Team Honorable Mentions were Napavine senior, Wyatt Stanley, senior Chase Burnham of Liberty, senior Wesley Abrams of White Swan, junior Reece Wallace of Toledo, and junior Jared Cantell of Crosspoint Academy.

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