Weston-McEwen High School 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees
Trenton David Eastman
- Graduated in 1986
- Shriner Football All Star – 1986
- Received is Bachelor of Arts Degree from Willamette University – 1990
- Received Master of Divinity from Palmer Seminary, Philadelphia – 2002
- Doctorate of Ministry (High Honors) from Asbury Theological Seminary – 2016
- Food for the Hungry – International Relief and Development worker, Kenya 1991-1994, County Director, Bangladesh 1995-1999
- Pastor – New Baptist Church, Huntington, WV 2002-Present
- Spouse: Christie Flanders Eastman
- Children: Jacob Eastman and Joshua Eastman
- Parents: Duane and Myrne Eastman, Anacortes, Wa
- Graduated in 1998
- Honorable Mention Columbia Basin Conference – Basketball & Volleyball 1995
- 4th place finish 2A State Track and Field – Long Jump – 1995
- 2nd Team All-Conference Columbia Basin Conference – Basketball, 1996
- 1st Team All-Conference Columbia Basin Conference – Volleyball, 1996
- 5th place finish 2A State Track and Field – 4X400 Relay, 1996
- 3rd place finish 2A State Track and Field – 300m hurdles, 1996
- State Campion 2A State Track and Field – Javelin, 1996
- 1st Team All-Conference Columbia Basin Conference – Basketball, 1997
- 1st Team All-Conference Columbia Basin Conference – Volleyball, 1997
- 1st Team All-State 2A Volleyball, 1997
- 5th place finish 2A State Track and Field – 4x400 relay, 1997
- 4th place finish 2A State Track and Field – Javelin, 1997
- 2nd place finish 2A State Track and Field – 300m hurdles, 1997
- 1997 Blue Mountain Sports Award – Female Athlete of the Year
- 1st Team All-Conference Columbia Basin Conference – Basketball, 1998
- 1st Team All-State 2A Basketball Tournament, 1998
- 1st Team All-Conference Columbia Basin Conference – volleyball, 1998
- 1998 Blue Mountain Sports Awards – Female Athlete of the Year
Lewis & Clark State College – Volleyball
- Frontier Conference – Champions, 1998
- Frontier Conference – Honorable Mention, 1998
- Frontier Conference – Volleyball Freshman of the Year, 1998
- 3rd place team finish NAIA National Volleyball All-Conference, 1998
- Frontier Conference – Champions, 1999
- Frontier Conference – 2nd team All-Conference, 1999
- Frontier Conference – 2nd team All-Conference, 2000
- Frontier Conference – Champions, 2001
- Frontier Conference – 1st Team All-Conference, 2001
- NAIA All-Regional Selection, 2001
Current Records held at Lewis & Clark State College (Volleyball)
- Single Season: 3rd Block Assists (116)
- Single Season: 4th Total Blocks (138)
- Single Season: 8th Hitting Percentage (.357)
- All Time Career Leader: 1st Block Assists (314)
- All Time Career Leader: 2nd Total Blocks (373)
- All Time Career Leader: 5th Solo Blocks (59)
- All Time Career Leader: 8th Kills (1121)
Graduated College: Lewis & Clark State College, Lewiston, ID
- Degree – Bachelors of Science Kinesiology
- Minor – Minor Sports Medicine, Psychology
- Occupation Post College: Patient Access and Scheduling Manager, Shiners Children’s Orthopedic Hospital, Spokane, Wa
1997 Girls Track and Field Team – Head Coach Loran Monaco
- Team Members: Luanna Baumann, Denise Baumann, Michelle Baumann, Amy Clore, Bethany Hansell, Misty Krey, Lori Monaco, Amber Weatherspoon and CaSandra Zeller each scored points at the district meet.
- The 1997 Girls Track and Field Team won every track meeting during the regular season by a wide margin. It was not uncommon for them to place first in ten or more events at a meet.
- It was a total team effort that brought home the 1997 Girls District Championship Trophy and qualified six members to compete at the state meeting in multiple events.
- Denise Baumann, Amy Clore, Bethany Hansell, Misty Krey, Lori Monaco and Amber Witherspoon advanced to the Oregon State Track and Field Meet. Weston McEwen Girls placed 2nd in State earning 48 points, just 7 points behind Catlin Gable.
- Amy Clore Finished 5th in the 100 meters, 5th in the 200 meters and 6th in the 400 meters.
- Lori Monaco was the State Champion in the 1500 meters and the 3000 meters.
- Amber Witherspoon finished 4th in the Javelin and 2nd in the 300 meter hurdles.
- The 4x4 relay of Amy Clore, Misty Krey, Lori Monaco and Amber Weatherspoon finished 5th in State. 4x4 Relay Alternates Denise Baumann and Bethany Hansell worked with the relay team and were ready and able to step in at any time they were needed.
- Lori Monaco and Amber Weatherspoon still hold multiple school records
- The 1997 Girls Track Team represented Weston McEwen High School and this community with pride and responsibility. They held themselves to a high standard on and off the track.
Coach Loran Monaco
- Graduated from Anacorda High School
- Distance runner for 4 years
- Member of a State Championship Cross-Country Team
- Attended University of Montana
- Maintenance Supervisor for the Athena Weston School District for 30 years until his retirement. Now owns his own business, Monaco Building Solutions
- Crystal Apple Award Winner
- OSAA 25 year Pin and Acknowledgement
- Weston McEwen track and field has had at least one or more athletes compete at the state meet every year for the last 25 years plus.
- Earned a team trophy for 3rd place in Cross-Country in 1994 and 4 team trophies in track and field – 4th Place, 3rd Place, 2nd Place and then in 2017 a Boys State Championship Trophy.
- Coach Monaco and his athletes have earned over 130 state medals ranging from 1st to 8th place.
- 13 individual state champions in events such as the 100, 200, 800, 1500, 3,000, High Jump, Long Jump, Javelin, and Shot Put.
- Coach Monaco is most proud of the life lessons his athletes learn while on the field. Lessons about integrity, hard work, accountability, and simply being tolerant and good to one another.
- After years of coaching, Coach Monaco’s athletes still reach out to him to thank him, to invite him and Patti (wife) to their wedding, college graduation and to notify them on the birth of a child.