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It's the second week of football and here's some info on Portland, East Multnomah County and Sandy/Estacada sports.

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Here's some information from this week, March 8-13, and look for many more results at (and you can watch some games via YouTube and Oregon Sports Beat):


Friday games

Central Catholic 41, Sandy 0

Estacada 48, Madras 6

Corbett 32, Clatskanie 20

Jesuit 20, Clackamas 12

La Salle Prep 63, St. Helens 19

Saturday games

Reynolds 35, Parkrose 0

Franklin 38, Cleveland 13

Wells 20, McDaniel 6

Barlow 26, Jefferson 18

Grant 60, Roosevelt 20

Lincoln 21, Gresham 0


Franklin's boys, the 2019 Class 6A champ, took the top eight spots in a four-team PIL boys race at Pier Park on Wednesday; Charlie North (16:18.94) topped teammate Charlie Robertson (16:20.03) by less than two seconds in the 5,000-meter boys race. Franklin's girls took the top three spots in the 5,000-yard meter girls race, led by winner Autumn Ost (19:08.24).


St. Mary's Academy has been competitive, but went 0-3 with losses to Lakeridge, Canby and Oregon City (in five games, including 15-7 in finale). ...

Besides Central Catholic, Mt. Hood Conference teams to win, so far, include Barlow three times, Gresham and Sandy twice and Reynolds and David Douglas once each. ...

Entering Friday's play, Lincoln had won four matches and Wells High three times in PIL play.


Oregon Episcopal's boys beat Catlin Gabel 4-3 last weekend — the Aardvarks had lost the past two Class 3A/2A/1A finales to Catlin Gabel. ... Wells battled Franklin to a 1-1 tie in boys play. ... Cleveland started 4-0 in boys play. ... A pair of 7s in girls play: Jesuit beat Aloha and St. Mary's Academy topped Centennial, each by 7-0 scores on Monday.

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