Henley Girls Basketball Team Wins State Championship

This article was published in the March 18th, 2024 edition of the Herald and News
Written By: Zak Keeney

“I think it’s something that every coach and player hopes to achieve at some time,” Randy Denson said while reflecting on his Henley High School girls basketball team winning the state championship.

Coming off their historic three-point victory against number-one seed Astoria High School to earn the 4A-5 Skyline conference title, Henley students and staff took time to celebrate with the girls team Monday morning.

“It feels so unreal,” team captain Annie Campos told the Herald and News.

Campos was fouled during the final second of the game and made her two free throws with no time on the clock to give Henley a 41-38 win over Astoria. It was during that game that she scored her 1,500th point. A senior, Campos can claim to be a state champion with her team as well as being the 2023-24 player of the year. Campos was also selected as defensive all-conference alongside teammates Prestyn Schade and Kennedi Modin.

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