With the win, the fifth-ranked Panthers advance to face Clackamas in the finale

REVIEW PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Lake Oswego's Andrew Ramey (No. 1) and Justin Peeler (No. 80) signal to the Laker crowd at the end of their team's 49-27 loss to South Medford in the Class 6A state semifinals at Hillsboro Stadium on Friday.The Lakers were right there.

The Lake Oswego football team, trailing South Medford by three touchdowns in the fourth quarter of their Class 6A state semifinal on Friday, scored twice in three minutes and cut their deficit to just one TD.

But the Panthers flipped a turnover into a touchdown three minutes later, outscored the Lakers by 15 points the rest of the way and won 49-27 at Hillsboro Stadium.

With the win, the fifth-ranked Panthers earned their first-ever berth to the state championship game; there, they'll face unbeaten, second-ranked Mt. Hood Conference champion Clackamas (13-0 overall) at 12:30 p.m. Dec. 2, at Reser Stadium in Corvallis.

Lake Oswego, meanwhile, finished 10-3 overall after a Three Rivers League co-championship.

Following is, in order, a Tweet-by-Tweet replay of the game's biggest moments by Lake Oswego Review sports editor Miles Vance. Check back later today for a complete game story and more photos.

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