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4A Football -- Thursday Recap

A rundown of all of Thursday's Class 4A football action, with helpful links to stories from newspapers throughout Oregon (where available).

 

Cowapa League

 

No. 4 Astoria 49, Banks 12

Link to Matt Richert's Astoria blog.

 

 

 

No. 8 Yamhill-Carlton 42, Tillamook 14

Zach Anderson threw for 331 yards and six touchdowns as the eighth-ranked Tigers ran away from the Cheesemakers

For a box score and story on this game, please see the Saturday online edition of the McMinnville News-Register.

 

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Capital Conference

La Salle 31, Gladstone 21

The Falcons overcame a 14-3 deficit with 21 straight points in the second quarter, then put the game away in the fourth quarter to beat the Gladiators in a pivotal Capital Conference showdown Thursday night.

 

La Salle quarterback Vincent Hicks had a hand in all three scores in the Falcons’ rally, scoring on a 5-yard run and throwing a pair of touchdown passes to Cameron Keney as La Salle took a 24-14 lead into the intermission.

 

Gladstone pulled within 24-21 in the third quarter on a 41-yard touchdown pass from Mitch Foteff to Darrell Fields, but the Falcons slammed the door with a 10-yard scoring run by Christopher Nagel in the fourth.

 

The La Salle victory forced a tie for second place in the Capital Conference with the Falcons and Gladiators both at 3-1, trailing 3-0 Molalla. A chance for a three-way tie for the conference title could still exist if the Gladiators can beat the Indians when they meet Oct. 27 in Gladstone.

 

 

No. 9 Molalla 28, Cascade 6

Links to both the Salem Statesman-Journal and a recap from CCCougarfan.

 

 

 

Stayton 27, Estacada 19

Link to Salem Statesman-Journal. 

 

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Far West League

No. 1 Siuslaw 35, Sutherlin 13

Link to article in Roseburg News-Review.

 

 

North Bend 17, Brookings 0

Recap from the Coos Bay World.

 

 

South Umpqua 29, Douglas 10

Link to article in Roseburg News-Review.

 

 

 

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Val-Co League

Newport 20, Central 7

Link to story in Salem Statesman-Journal

 

 

 

Sweet Home 41, Taft 0

Link to story in Albany Democrat Herald.

 

 

 

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Sky-Em League

No. 2 Sisters 41, No. 3 Marist 21

Links to stories both in the Bend Bulletin and Eugene Register-Guard, and the Sisters Nugget News.

 

 

Cottage Grove 56, Elmira 18 // Junction City 41, Pleasant Hill 13

Link to Eugene Register-Guard (both recaps at end of Marist story).

 

 

 

 

 

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Nonleague

North Marion 48, La Pine 12

Link to Salem Statesman-Journal.

 

 

 

Toledo 12, Philomath 7

Link to Corvallis Gazette-Times.

 

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Friday's Games

Cowapa League

No. 5 Scappoose at Seaside

 

Skyline Conference

No. 6 Hidden Valley at Illinois Valley

Henley at North Valley

Rogue River at Phoenix

 

Greater Oregon League

Baker at Payette (Idaho)

 

Saturday's Game

Greater Oregon League

Connell (Wash.) at La Grande

 

 

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