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Central Catholic Takes Tigard Apart

| December 6,2014

Rams Romp To Back To Back Titles   Hillsboro - Central Catholic cruised to their second consecutive state championship for the second time (the Rams did it in 1952 & '53 as well), and in as dominant a fashion as any of the power house programs ever have, blowing Tigard off the...

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Scappoose Passes By Cascade In 4A Quarterfinals

| November 14,2014

  Joey Krupsky Connects For 2 TDs   Turner - Scappoose passed by Cascade literally to earn a 20-7 win Friday night in the OSAA 4A Quarterfinals, on several big pass plays by Joey Krupsky.   After the teams traded touchdowns in the first quarter, and stops in the second, it was a pair of...

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Cascade Kicks Banks Aside

| November 7,2014

Bjorklund 38 Yard FG As Time Expires Gets 10-7 Win   Turner - Cascade's Lucas Bjorklund calmly connected on the game winning 38 yard field goal as time ran out to lift the Cougars past Banks, and into the OSAA 4A Quarterfinals Friday night.   "I felt like I could make it as we...

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2014 Oregon High School Football season!

2014 OSAA State Playoff Brackets

2014 OSAA State Playoff Qualification Procedures

Polls (with recent results): 6A  5A  3A  2A  1A

Polls (by week): 6A  5A  3A  2A  1A

 


Central Catholic Takes Tigard Apart

Rams Romp To Back To Back Titles

 

Hillsboro - Central Catholic cruised to their second consecutive state championship for the second time (the Rams did it in 1952 & '53 as well), and in as dominant a fashion as any of the power house programs ever have, blowing Tigard off the field 49-0 Saturday in the OSAA 6A State Championship game at Hillsboro Stadium (which is the Ram's home field, despite being an east side school, and a member of the Mt. Hood Conference).

 

No one from the state of Oregon has come with a single digit margin in 2 years against the Rams except Jesuit, who lost by only a single score in the season opener, but also lost last year's title tilt 38-28 to Central Catholic.

 

The only blemish on the Rams 2 year record is a 42-14 road loss last September, in California against nationally ranked St. John Bosco out of Bellflower.

 

On a balmy (for December in Oregon) afternoon, with temperatures in the 50's Tigard never came close, getting totally trampled in the process of Central Catholic's romp.

 

Even without Cameron Scarlett, their best player, who was lost for the season in Central Catholic's 42-7 quarterfinal win over Sheldon, the Rams were overwhelming on both sides of the ball.

 

Central Catholic's zone read offense rolled up over 600 yards, and over 380 on the ground, before giving back 7 on 3 final kneel downs, settling for 596 net total yards for the day.

 

Rams quarterback Sean Dack personally accounted for over 280 of them, rushing for 133 yards, and a touchdown, and completing 9 out of 12 passes, for another 154 yards, and 2 more scores, and with only 1 sack.

 

"Tigard is a great team, and a great program," Dack said, "so to do this, we never expected. It's a blessing, and a blessing to get back to another championship, after last year."

 

But their defense was equally stout, allowing Tigard only 175 yards, as well as mounting a goal line stand before the outcome became completely obvious.

 

On their way to their 7 scores, Central Catholic rolled up 29 first downs, and the Ram defense only surrendered 7, 2 on relaxed coverages.

 

The Rams wound up rushing the ball 58 times, against only 16 passes.

 

"We really wanted to run the ball, and only make (pass) plays when we had to, because of or great O-line (which averages over 6'3" and 277 lbs.)," Dack said in explaining the Central Catholic game plan."

 

Scappoose Passes By Cascade In 4A Quarterfinals

 

Joey Krupsky Connects For 2 TDs

 

Turner - Scappoose passed by Cascade literally to earn a 20-7 win Friday night in the OSAA 4A Quarterfinals, on several big pass plays by Joey Krupsky.

 

After the teams traded touchdowns in the first quarter, and stops in the second, it was a pair of 3rd quarter touchdowns that provided the difference in the cold, foggy rematch of the teams season opener that looked very little like that September contest, which ended in a 54-30 win for the Indians, and felt even less like it.

 

Scappoose scored first, on a huge 4th down gamble. Facing 4th and 8 on the Cascade 40 'Poose coach Sean McNabb eschewed playing for field position, and dialed up a go route down the right sideline for David Krupsky. No one could have known the poor field conditions would cause Cascade's Hunter Thomas to slip, but when he did, it was an easy pitch and catch for the Krupskys twins to take a 7-0 lead less than 5 minutes into the game.

 

After an exchange of fumbles, Scappoose would again find itself barely in Cascade, at the Cougar 46, and faced with 4th and long. Emboldened by the earlier slippery field assisted score, 'Poose went for it again, and J. Krupsky got sacked, turning the ball over near midfield.

 

Operating with a short field, Cascade rammed the ball down Scappoose's throat, with 6 consecutive runs by Garrett Coffey, the longest one for 22 yards, and the last one for the 2 yard touchdown that tied the score at 7 apiece.

 

Cascade Kicks Banks Aside

Bjorklund 38 Yard FG As Time Expires Gets 10-7 Win

 

Turner - Cascade's Lucas Bjorklund calmly connected on the game winning 38 yard field goal as time ran out to lift the Cougars past Banks, and into the OSAA 4A Quarterfinals Friday night.

 

"I felt like I could make it as we set up," Bjorklund said. "We had (enough) time. I just knew I had to not let it get to my head. We drill on this every day."

 

The game winning kick came after Cascade moved into position without the benefit of any time outs, which also meant the 4th down kick had to be set up with the clock running out.

 

But it was the defenses that were the story of the game, with Cascade's coming up with the biggest stop, after what could have been a less stressful scoring opportunity slipped away on a fumble at the Banks 8 yard line.

 

"We hung in there, and stayed the course," Cascade coach Steve Turner added. "I'm really proud of how they never lost focus. It took most of the game to find some things, and then it came down to executing with time running out."

 

5A Projected 2014 Football Bracket

Here is the projected 2014 Football Tournament bracket for class 5A based on current standings and my calculations through tonight's scores that are posted on this site.  I will continue to update these throughout the night as results come in.

3A Projected 2014 Football Bracket

Here is the projected 2014 Football Tournament bracket for class 3A based on current standings and my calculations through tonight's scores that are posted on this site.  I will continue to update these throughout the night as results come in.

2A Projected 2014 Football Bracket

Here is the projected 2014 Football Tournament bracket for class 2A based on current standings and my calculations through tonight's scores that are posted on this site.  I will continue to update these throughout the night as results come in.

Santiam Christian Picks Off West Valley Championship

5 Interceptions Turn Tide For Eagles Against Hawks

 

Adair - Santiam Christian literally picked off the West Valley League championship Friday night, using 5 interceptions, 4 of which directly affected the scoreboard, to take a solid 41-12 win over Horizon Christian. 4 of the 5 picks were by Ty Villers, who was easily the player of the game.

 

In a winner take all contest for the WVL title, with the league's second place seed into the OSAA 3A playoffs a nice consolation prize for the loser, it was the host Eagles that struck first, driving the length of the field on the first possession of the game to go up 7-0 not 3 1/2 minutes into the game on a cool but dry night on the turf in Adair, on a 7 yard keeper by Santiam Christian quarterback Daniel Hendrix.

 

The Hawks responded with a length of the field drive of their own, highlighted by 5 of 5 passing by Koby MaCallum. But a shot at the end zone on a right boundary go route sailed a little too far, and Santiam Christian's Joshua Swigart-Risinger made a diving interception in the Eagle end zone to prevent an apparent answering score.

 

On the third play of the ensuing drive, Hendrix hooked up with Riley Roberts on a pass and run over the middle that covered nearly 70 yards, setting Santiam Christian up with a first and goal. Horizon Christian's defense dug in, and forces a 4th down, but the Eagles' Mason McClain broke through for a 4 yard touchdown 13.7 seconds before the end of the opening quarter.

 

6A Projected 2014 Football Bracket

Here is the projected 2014 Football Tournament bracket for class 6A based on current standings and my calculations through tonight's scores that are posted on this site.  I will continue to update these throughout the night as results come in.

1A Projected 2014 Football Bracket

Here is the projected 2014 Football Tournament bracket for class 1A based on current standings and my calculations through tonight's scores that are posted on this site.  I will continue to update these throughout the night as results come in.

2014 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 7

Here are this week's premature playoff predictions (Week 7).  And a reminder -  all future predictions are based on the Freeman Ratings found on calpreps.com. I promise, I don't hate your school....and I really couldn't care less if they beat that team you don't like or not.

 

Editor's Note: OregonPrepSports apologizes for not getting Jeff's Week 6 playoff prediction published in a timely manner.  Hopefully Jeff's Week 7 predictions with 1A included will offer a little solace?

 

So, with that out of the way, I present: