GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Baylee Touey's name has become synonymous with the 4A-1A Girls Prep Athlete of the Year Award at the Oregon Sports Awards,
Since she earned it the first time in her sophomore year, Touey has had her eyes set on a three-peat.
With her high school career now officially wrapped up, Touey turns her attention to her new school: Southern Oregon University. In Ashland, Touey will compete in both soccer and track for the Raiders.
She plans to study education, aspiring to be an elementary school teacher when she graduates SOU.
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