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Baker opened its high school wrestling season Friday at the Woodfin Robinson Tournament, a 5-way dual event at Burns High School.
Metro League swimming is a pool-bound version of a minefield. There's danger everywhere and Jesuit's boys swim team can prove that as well as anyone.
The Oregonian's high school sports reporters and producers will be here from noon to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday to discuss the fall sports season -- which ended with Central Catholic winning the 6A football title Saturday -- and the winter sports season.
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Regarding the weather, the temperature is unlikely to break 30 degrees tomorrow, but despite that, the Jesuit and Central Catholic football teams will square off for the biggest prize in Oregon football.
Clark, the school's new boys basketball coach, enjoyed a 79-59 victory over De La Salle in the season opener Thursday night.
However, while the Sunset and Jesuit girls' soccer teams couldn't quite take the 6A state championship trophy home, the individual postseason accolades for each respective squad have been abundant.
After winning the Metro League, and their second straight 6A state championship against Central Catholic, the Jesuit boys' soccer team put five players on the all-Metro League squad, including player of the year Christo Michaelson.
Already considered one of the state's best, heated rivalries, Jesuit and Central Catholic will duke it out for the second occasion this season - only this time it'll be with everything on the line.
McGee's team - which was 0-12 in the PIL 5A last season - beat visiting The Dalles-Wahtonka 48-46 Wednesday night.
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.
Not long ago, a sixth-place finish at the state tournament would have been a tremendous result for the Banks volleyball program.
Girls basketball: It's the second day of the high school winter sports season, and Central Catholic opens play in the Southridge tournament, playing the host Skyhawks at 5:15 p.m. ... De La Salle and Jefferson begin teir seasons at Jeff, 5:45 p.m. ... At 7:15 p.m., Cleveland is at McMinnville.
To win a state championship, a boys' soccer team needs a lot of talent, and a dose of good fortune, some sort of unanticipated happening to transpire somewhere along the way.