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The Jesuit sophomore has rapidly turned into a bona fide difference maker at the quarterback position for the Crusaders, and his head coach and older teammates couldn't be happier about it.
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Congratulations to West Albany's Matt Soot, who earned 1,939 votes to become The Oregonian's High School Football Honor Roll winner for Nov. 24-30.
Even when the Tigard football team's 6A state semifinal game with Central Catholic went sideways, and the Rams' ruthless running back duo of Cameron Scarlett and Ryan Nall turned Jeld-Wen Field into their own personal playground, the Tigers refused to pack it in.
In fact, for every winner, there's a team, or individual, who didn't win . And there's something to be said about being a gracious loser - there's something that is very special and very gratifying about that.
No matter, one thing is for certain - the seniors on the Sherwood High School football team have been together for a long time.
Thirty years from now, people not just in Imbler but in the entire Grande Ronde Valley and all of Oregon will be talking about "The Game."
Never one to balk at a big moment or flinch with an onrushing ballcarrier coming into his kitchen, Jesuit defensive back Trent Werner's last-minute heroics saved the Crusaders' bacon against Lake Oswego.
Postseason berths and first-round playoff appearances can't be accepted as measures of a successful season.
Led by a group of seniors who improved mightily over the course of their high school careers, the Vikings went 4-6 overall and 2-5 in the Pacific Conference this year.
Franklin boys don't wait to get first basketball win On one hand, Franklin High boys basketball coach Jeffrey McGee would like to keep this quiet.
Some of it, obviously, is obvious. Two powerful football teams from two powerful Catholic high schools will square off for the biggest prize in Oregon football.
Besieged by top-ranked opposing offenses in big games, the Southridge football team's defense turned things around on Friday night.
Still, the Banks football team likely did not expect the end of its season - not this season - to come so swiftly or in such a manner as it did on Friday night at Hare Field in Hillsboro.
With each passing game, ultraprecise throw and clutch quarterback scramble, Beaverton signal caller Sam Noyer is making his head coach Bob Boyer look more and more like a mastermind.
State championship game first for Central Catholic since 1950s Central Catholic High running backs Ryan Nall and Cameron Scarlett put on one of the most impressive two-back displays in the history of Oregon prep football last Saturday.
Yet, when the Westview football team met on its half of the field following its 54-7 first round playoff loss to Grants Pass and took a moment to reflect on an unexpected turnaround season, the revelation of the Metro League was positive.