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2016 4A Senior Softball All-Star Series

| June 6,2016

2016 4A Senior Softball All-Star Series

Many of the best Seniors at the 4A level, were gathered to represent the name across the chest for one last time before hanging up their jerseys for the last time in their prep athletic career.  

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2016-17 State-Wide College Softball Commitments

| May 26,2016

Here at OPS, we would like to begin a log of all of our college bound players in celebration of our beloved sport of Softball. We are asking your help as we celebrate our Oregon athletes, who will now take their talents onto the next level. If you know of...

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2016 4A Softball All-League Selections

| May 27,2016

We would like to celebrate our state-wide All League selections from all classifications. Congrats to all selected but let's never forget, that although the awards are individual, it takes other great teammates and coaches to make it all possible. We not only celebrate these athletes, but the game itself. If...

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2016 Oregon High School Football season!

2016 OSAA State Playoff Brackets

2016 OSAA State Playoff Qualification Procedures

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Polls (by week):  none released yet

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Cascade Comeback Claims 4A Title

 

Early Scappoose Lead Slips Away

 

Garrett Coffey DSC07677Hillsboro - Cascade overcame a 2 touchdown first quarter deficit, and a 1 score deficit at halftime, to pull away for a 37-28 win over Scappoose in the OSAA 4A State Championship Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium.

 

The game came down to a question of whether 'Poose could slug it out with the Cougars all afternoon. Initially, it appeared the answer would be yes, but over the long haul, it turned out to be no, and rather and increasingly resoundingly so as the second half went on.

 

"We just had to keep pounding," Cascade's workhorse running back Garrett Coffey said. Coffey, the Oregon West League Offesive Player of the Year who frequently posts gaudy rushing numbers, would average only a paltry 3.9 yards per carry, but wound up with the game's leading rusher, and with a jersey half torn off, but also with the blue trophy, and "a dream we have had since kindergarten come true."

 

It didn't look like any kind of dream would come true for Cascade except nightmares early though, as Scappoose forced a 3 and punt on the first possession of the game, and then marched for the first score of the game.

 

Central Builds Big Lead, Holds Off Hillsboro

 

Panthers Advance As Spartans Self Destruct

 

Monmouth - Mid-Willamette champion Central ran off 40 consecutive points, and then withstood a Hillsboro outburst of 21 points in less than 2 minutes, including back to back touchdown passes 10 seconds apart, to take a 46-28 win Friday night in the OSAA 5A Playoffs.

 

The Panthers are the only remaining team from the Mid-Willamette, after Silverton, South Albany, and Lebanon all fell, to Crater 45-0, which earned the Comets a showdown with Central next week, Summit 59-14, and Redmond 41-21, respectively.

 

Hillsboro actually took the early lead, taking the opening kickoff and marching to Sage Roundtree's 2 yard touchdown run 2 1/2 minutes into the game.

 

But Central answered with touchdowns on their first 2 possessions. The Panthers pulled out the back pages of the play book early, including a fake conversion miscue to set up a 2 point conversion, and a short snap to the up man on a fake punt on 4th and 14 to pick up a first down.

 

2015 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 8

Hi. I'm Jeff. I do spreadsheets. Not for a living, or anything, but...well, I just do.

 

With 1 week left in the regular season, I'm back to make a stab at the following question:  So, where we playing in the playoffs?

 

Here's what I did.

 

I used the website www.calpreps.com to semi-educatedly guess who's going to win every game for the next 3 weeks, plug in all those results and see what my sheets spew out at the end. That having been said, there are probably some boo-boos I need to catch over the next 3 weeks, but I'll do my best.

 

And now, for your entertainment purposes, I present the tables. It's what calpreps is thinking. As I catch mistakes and stuff, this will be improved. If you want a copy of what I've got, email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thanks for reading.  ~JD~

Cascade Rolls Past North Marion

Cougars Jump To Early Lead & Cruise Past Huskies

 

Turner - Cascade jumped out early on North Marion, going up 22-0 not 4 minutes into the game, and the Cougars cruised from there to a 50-7 win over the Huskies Friday night to claim second place in the Oregon West League race.

 

Cascade entered the final week of the 4A regular season hoping to earn a share of the OWL championship, but that possibility went away with Philomath's league championship clinching 41-21 win over Stayton. The Cougars needed an Eagle win to forge a 3 way tie atop the OWL.

 

The Cougars came out roaring, with John Schirmer completing passes for 41 yards and then a 29 yard touchdown on the first and third plays of the game, both down the right side to Cameron Molan, in response to the Huskies stacking the box to contain Cascade running back Garrett Coffey.

 

North Marion's Noah Norris took a big hit while returning the ensuing kickoff, and Cascade covered the fumble that resulted on the Husky 15 yard line. Schirmer struck instantly, hitting Molan again over the middle for a touchdown, and Molan added the 2 point convesion on a sweep, as the Cougars were throwing the entire playbook at the Huskies right off the bat, taking a 15-0 lead a minute and a half into the game.

 

Cascade's defense, making their first appearance of the game already up 2 scores, forced a 3 and punt, and Schirmer hit Lucas Bjorklund for a 34 yard completion 2 plays later, putting the Cougars on the Husky 1 yard line.

 

"We're not just a running team, and we wanted to make a statement about that," Cascade coach Steve Turner said.

 

2015 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 7

Hi. I'm Jeff. I do spreadsheets. Not for a living, or anything, but...well, I just do.

 

With 2 weeks (1 for 4A) left in the regular season, I'm back to make a stab at the following question:  So, where we playing in the playoffs?

 

Here's what I did.

 

I used the website www.calpreps.com to semi-educatedly guess who's going to win every game for the next 3 weeks, plug in all those results and see what my sheets spew out at the end. That having been said, there are probably some boo-boos I need to catch over the next 3 weeks, but I'll do my best.

 

And now, for your entertainment purposes, I present a table. It's what calpreps is thinking. If you want a copy of what I've got, email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thanks for reading. ~JD~

Santiam Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive

Looking to keep playoff hopes alive, The St Paul Buckeroos welcomed The Santiam Wolverines into the fairgrounds arena on home coming night, and provided one heck of a ball game, in one heck of a small high school venue. What a beautiful place to watch a match between two small, yet tight knit communities.

2015 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 6

Hi. I'm Jeff. I do spreadsheets. Not for a living, or anything, but...well, I just do.

 

With 3 weeks (2 for 4A) left in the regular season, I'm back to make a stab at the following question:  So, where we playing in the playoffs?

 

Here's what I did.

 

I used the website www.calpreps.com to semi-educatedly guess who's going to win every game for the next 3 weeks, plug in all those results and see what my sheets spew out at the end. That having been said, there are probably some boo-boos I need to catch over the next 3 weeks, but I'll do my best.

 

And now, for your entertainment purposes, I present a table. It's what calpreps is thinking.

2015 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 5

Hi. I'm Jeff. I do spreadsheets. Not for a living, or anything, but...well, I just do.

 

With 4 weeks (3 for 4A) left in the regular season, I'm back to make a stab at the following question:  So, where we playing in the playoffs?

 

Here's what I did.

 

I used the website www.calpreps.com to semi-educatedly guess who's going to win every game for the next 4 weeks, plug in all those results and see what my sheets spew out at the end. That having been said, there are probably some boo-boos I need to catch over the next 4 weeks, but I'll do my best.

 

And now, for your entertainment purposes, I present a table. It's what calpreps is thinking.

Sprague Holds Off West Salem 29-21

 

Young Oly D "Grows Up", and Anthony Nunn Tramples Titans

 

Anthony Nunn DSC03501Salem - Sprague used West Salem turnovers early to get in position to have Anthony Nunn, left, stomp West Salem into the turf, and another late, and the Olympians held off the visiting Titans for a 29-21 win Friday night.

 

 

Sprague seized a lead they would never relinquish right off the bat, scoring on Nunn's 3 yard run not 3 minutes into the game, capitalizing on a short field after West Salem's Kyle Terry fumbled at the end of a sweep run on the second play of the game. David Prosser recovered the loose ball at the West Salem 45, and Nunn carried 5 times on the 7 play drive, including converting a 4th and 1 situation at the Titan 8 yard line.

 

West responded by driving into Sprague territory, but stalled in "no man's land", and turned the ball over on downs at the Oly 32, outside of quarterback/kicker Brody Wittman's field goal range, when Wittman's pass over the middle fell incomplete.

 

Sprague couldn't drive the ball out of their own territory, and then set West up with a short, 23 yard punt that would foretell what would be special teams trouble that plagued Sprague over the course of the evening.

 

The Titans took advantage of good field position to again drive to midfield, but just before the end of the first quarter, Sophann Oum picked off Wittman at the Oly 45 to thwart the threat and set Sprague up for another short-field scoring drive.

 

2015 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 4

Hi. I'm Jeff. I do spreadsheets. Not for a living, or anything, but...well, I just do.

 

With 4 weeks left in the regular season, I'm back to make a stab at the following question:  So, where we playing in the playoffs?

 

Here's what I did.

 

I used the website www.calpreps.com to semi-educatedly guess who's going to win every game for the next 4 weeks, plug in all those results and see what my sheets spew out at the end. That having been said, there are probably some boo-boos I need to catch over the next 4 weeks, but I'll do my best.

 

And now, for your entertainment purposes, I present a table. It's what calpreps is thinking. (just 4A this week - we'll include all classes next time)