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2014 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 7

Jeff Drumm | October 23,2014

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...

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#3 Dufur Rangers Corral #2 Sherman County 52-16

| October 18,2014

#3 Dufur Rangers Corral #2 Sherman County 52-16

Rangers outscore the Huskies 38-0 in the 2nd half on the road to claim sole possession of first place in Special District 4.   In a battle of two heavyweights in the 2014 8-man classification, the Dufur Rangers made the trip to Moro and delivered a second-half knockout punch to the previously...

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Summit Subdues Ridgeview

John MacAulay | October 18,2014

  It didn’t come easy, but the Summit Storm jumped out to a 14-0 lead over Ridgeview, but the Ravens took advantage of 3 Storm turnovers to rally back. Summit’s defense put the pressure on Ridgeview Sr. quarterback Jacob Johnson late in the game, and put away the Ravens for a key...

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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

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Monroe Rebounds to Defeat Lost River 25-14

It was a tale of two halves for the Monroe Dragons (8-1) as they hosted the Lost River Raiders in an OSAA Class 2A first round playoff game at Monroe High School. The Dragons used a balanced offense and punishing defense to jump out to a 19-0 half time lead and held on for a 25-14 win. Monroe avenged a 20-18 first round playoff loss last season at Lost River (6-5).

 

Monroe started strong when Senior Adam Borycki scored on a 4-yard touchdown run on the opening drive for Monroe and senior Kendall Seitzinger intercepted a pass by Lost River freshman quarterback Gabriel Cobian on Raider’s first possession. Seitzinger then caught an 8-yard touchdown pass from senior Jacob Meeker to give Monroe a 13-0 lead. With 1:29 left in the second quarter, junior Tielar Murray intercepted a Cobian pass and returned it 83 yards to give Monroe a 19-0 halftime lead.

 

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Monroe's QB Zach Hollenbeck (#7) throws downfield to WR Tielar Murray (#1). (photo by Todd Fuller)

 

Dallas survives Hermiston air attack 41-35

Going into a first-round playoff game at Hermiston, Dallas coach Tracy Jackson told The Oregonian he wasn't overly worried about the Bulldogs' formidable passing game.

 

The Dragons have improved their pass defense this season, holding Silverton to one completion and getting pick-sixes in their first three possessions against Central.

 

But at the end of regulation play last night, Hermiston had come from behind on the arm of quarterback Chase Knutz, who had completed 24 of 40 passes for 340 yards and three touchdowns.

 

True, he had already thrown four interceptions and been sacked three times, but he was keeping his team in the game against a Dragon squad that controlled the line of scrimmage and ran the ball consistently.

 

DeSaulnier Leads Philomath Past Ontario

Warriors Blow Tie Game Open With 3 TDs In 1:15

 

Ben DeSaulnier DSC01757Corvallis - Saturday's OSAA 4A Playoff game between Philomath and Ontario turned into a big play festival, and the Warriors's Ben DeSaulnier had the biggest of them. On a walk-up blitz, DeSaulnier disrupted a Tiger pitch play, scooped up the fumble, and sprinted 28 yards for the touchdown that was the middle score in a 3 touchdown barrage Phioimath unleashed in a matter of 1 minute and 15 seconds in the 4th quarter to blow open what was a tie game.

 

The explosion propeled Philomath to a 49-27 win, and a rematch with Gladstone, whom the Warriors edged 28-27 back on Sept. 20. The Gladiators, many of whom were on hand at Corvallis High to scout their next opponent, downed Siuslaw 29-9 last night.

 

"At halftime, the coaches said we would usually blitz from the outside linebacker position, but told us to communicate, and decide when to go with that, because the outside linebacker has to take my coverage responsibility when I do that," DeSaulnier, normally the Warriors' right side cornerback, said. "We saw them committed to a pitch play, with nothing to check down to."

 

DeSaulnier disrupted the pitch by Ontario quarterback Mike Hussey, and left Jason Haueter, whom the pitch was intended for, with nothing to do by chase DeSaulnier to the end zone.

 

 

 

Silverton Dominates Mt. View

Wilson Romps For 4 Scores

 

Max Wilson DSC01710Silverton - Silverton rode hard running Max Wilson to a run-away win over Mt. View Friday night in the round of 16 of the OSAA 5A football playoffs.

 

Wilson, left, capped the Foxes' first two possessions with stretch runs around the left side for touchdown sprints of 38 and 39 yards, capping 73 and 71 yard drives, and opening a 14-0 lead by the end of the first quarter.

 

The game changing plays came from the Silverton defense in the second quarter, though. Mt. View had made some headway in the first quarter on screen plays, but when Blake Knirk tried to drop another screen behind the Fox rush, defensive tackle Joe Kuenzi stepped into the route, snagged the ball, and set off for a 39 yard return that put the Foxes in business at the Cougar 17 yard line.

 

"That read was entirely on him," Silverton head coach John Mannion said. "We have 7 third year starters, and he's 1 of them."

 

"I saw the blockers dropping, but felt the blocks were soft, so I just stepped back," Kuenzi explained. "It's one of those things you dream about, and then I thought 'Is this really happening?' "

 

Five plays later, 4 of them runs to various gaps by Wilson, Wilson muscled in from 1 yard out, below, opening a 3 touchdown lead.

 

 

 

North Valley Advances To State Playoffs

The North Valley Knights traveled to North Marion High School on Friday Night, for a Play-In Sub Tournament game for the right to advance into this years Championship Bracket. The Knights were the # 4 seed from The Skyline Conference while The Huskies came into the contest as the runner-up in The Tri-Valley Conference. On paper, the match-up looked very even from the identical season records, to the similar offenses and the fact that in the latest coaches poll, both teams found themselves tied for 15th at the end of league play. 

Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 5

A few disclaimers before I get going.

  1. All projections are based on the Freeman ratings found at www.calpreps.com. I don't make any predictions of my own.
  2. I will answer “What If” questions up to a point. That point is usually the result of one, maybe two games going against what is projected.  Either leave a comment on this post or send me a msg on the appropriate oregonlive.com forum.
  3. These are NOT the official current rankings as posted on osaa.org. Really. Seriously. I KNOW they don't match what's on that site right now.  If this continues to confuse you, please look up the word “prediction” in the dictionary.
  4. Yes, I included projected ratings for out of state teams.  It's been fun, especially for the British Columbia teams. By fun, I mean it's fun the same way putting your head through your desk is fun.
  5. No, I didn't include games of Nov 1 as a factor in the ratings this time, except for the 3A, 2A and 1A schools.
  6. Sometimes calpreps.com gets things wrong. Whodathunkit?  A computer incapable of picking EVERY game correctly? Inconceivable.
  7. You may have questions like “Team A is undefeated, and Team B is not; why is Team B projected to finish ahead of Team A?” Again, ask in the comments or on the oregonlive.com forums and I'll answer there.

 

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

Gladiators and Huskies are all in!

The halls of North Marion High School, have a little extra spirit these days as the excitement generated by the football squad is evident not only throughout the school and district, but the entire community here in The Fall of 2013.

Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 4

A few disclaimers before I get going.

  1. All projections are based on the Freeman ratings found at www.calpreps.com. I don't make any predictions of my own.
  2. I will answer “What If” questions up to a point. That point is usually the result of one, maybe two games going against what is projected.  Either leave a comment on this post or send me a msg on the appropriate oregonlive.com forum.
  3. These are NOT the official current rankings as posted on osaa.org. Really. Seriously. I KNOW they don't match what's on that site right now.  If this continues to confuse you, please look up the word “prediction” in the dictionary.
  4. Yes, I included projected ratings for out of state teams.  It's been fun, especially for the British Columbia teams. Thank goodness they have a website that lists schedules and scores. Any projections of those teams’ future results are total guesses.
  5. No, I didn't include games of Nov 1 as a factor in the ratings this time, except for the 3A, 2A and 1A schools.
  6. Sometimes calpreps.com gets things wrong. In other news, water is wet.
  7. If they end up wrong, they end up wrong. I am not counting my chickens before they hatch. I am not, in fact, a chicken owner.

 

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

Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 3

A few disclaimers before I get going.

  1. All projections are based on the Freeman ratings found at www.calpreps.com. I don't make any predictions of my own.
  2. Some minor problems with home/away status, miscellaneous typos and a few other things have been fixed since last week. The person responsible has been given a pay cut.
  3. I will answer “What If” questions up to a point. That point is usually the result of one, maybe two games going against what is projected.  Either leave a comment on this post or send me a msg on the appropriate oregonlive.com forum.
  4. These are NOT the official current rankings as posted on osaa.org. Really. Seriously. I KNOW they don't match what's on that site right now.
  5. Yes, I included projected ratings for out of state teams.  It's been fun, especially for the British Columbia teams. By fun, I mean it's fun the same way putting your head through your desk is fun.
  6. No, I didn't include games of Nov 1 as a factor in the ratings this time, except for the 3A, 2A and 1A schools.
  7. Sometimes calpreps.com gets things wrong. That's dealt with below.
  8. You may have questions like "Team A is undefeated, and Team B is not; why is Team B projected to finish ahead of Team A?" Again, ask in the comments or on the oregonlive.com forums and I'll answer there.

 

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

Cascade Jumps Stayton Early For 36-0 Win

29 Point 1st Quarter Turns Rivalry Into Rout

 

Turner – Even though Cascade has dominated the “Shaff Road Showdown” against  Stayton for much of the series’ history, though the Eagles did assert them selves several times in recent years, its still usually been a hotly contested affair. Not this time.

 

Cascade scored on their first possession on a 38 yard pass from Josh Delamarter to Cameron Molan, and after the Cougar defense forces Stayton’s second drive to stall out as the first one did, it only took Jake Dozler 1 play to find a seam to the sideline, and a 57 yard touchdown run.

 

Cascade threw in a half-back pass from Molan to Cody Nunley for a 2 point conversion, and a 15-0 lead barely 7 minutes into the game, and then converted short fields produced by Stayton turnovers on consecutive possessions to blow the game open to a 29-0 lead before the end of the first quarter.