Lisa could be nominated in several sports- basketball, soccer, and track while at R.A, Long. She lettered in basketball, soccer, and track, followed by taking part and excelling in basketball at Clark College in Vancouver and Central Missouri State. She played softball at CMSU as well. Her teams placed in the NCAA Division II in both sports, and in both years. At R.A. Long, Lisa more than proved herself with her basketball skills. In 1988 she was tops in the AAA-AA girls basketball in scoring with a 17.2 average. She was the MVP for the Lumberjills in three consecutive years. Lisa was an All League performer for three years with a scoring average of 18.1 points per game as well as 9.5 rebounds per game. For her senior season she shot 51% from the field, and 64% at the foul line. She set five school records: single -game scoring with 35 points; single- game free throws attempted and made at 15; "team points" in one game (all-round) at 55 points, which includes rebounds/points scored and assists. In a nutshell, Lisa led in 21 out of 28 statistics. In track at RAL Lisa was given the Most Improved Award in her freshman year; Coaches Award her sophomore year; Academic Achievement Award each year; and given the 4 Year Award at graduation. She was a member of the relay team which set a school record in the 1600 relay during her sophomore and junior years. While at Clark College, in basketball, she was given recognition as the MVP of the NWCCA Tourney in 1989. She also led Clark to the title that year. She was AlI-Conference in both her years at Clark, and was named to the Kodak All-American in 1990. Lisa's team won the first-ever Community College hoop title in 1989, and her team was inducted into the Clark College Hall of Fame in 2015. Lisa was also inducted as an individual player in 2015. Scholastically, she achieved an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree with honors at Clark College, followed by a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology at CMS. Lisa moved back to Longview briefly and worked as a counselor at Toutle River Boy’s Ranch. In 1994 she moved to Portland where she has served with dignity as a member of the Oregon State Police, and is now a member of the Portland Police Department. Lisa and her husband of 16 years, a Texas transplant, live on a 5 acre farm in northern Clark County. She and her husband recently checked off a bucket list item, when they backpacked part of the Appalachian Trail across four states. R.A. Long is extremely proud of its record setting alum, Lisa Boe Fort.
Lisa Boe (Fort)