High school sports round-up: Storm outscores the Tigers 20-0 in the second quarter to build a big cushion

BEND – After grinding out a 28-0 win over Grant at home Sept. 7, Newberg found itself in a shootout Friday night against Summit.

The Storm took a 14-12 lead after one quarter, but blanked the Tigers 20-0 in the second en route to a 53-39 win in Bend.

Newberg rallied for 27 points in the second half, but Summit scored three second half touchdowns to hold on for the win.

Justin Holtan rushed for 310 yards and four touchdowns on 30 carries, helping the Tigers rack up 415 yards on the ground. Newberg had 463 yards of total offense over 334 for Summit (1-2), but turned the ball over three times. The Storm turned the ball over only once, as Owen Hawley nabbed an interception for NHS.

Matt Larson also carried the ball 14 times for 77 yards and scored a touchdown for the Tigers (1-2), who will host Canby (0-3) at 7 p.m. Friday.


St. Paul 64, Perrydale 6 – The Bucks (3-0, 2-0 Special District 1 - North) scored 38 points in the first quarter and didn't give up the shutout until the fourth quarter. St. Paul rushed for 413 yards as a team, including a 221-yard effort by Justin Herberger, who carried the ball seven times and score five touchdowns.

St. Paul will host Crow (0-3, 0-2) at 7 p.m. Friday.

Boys soccer

C.S. Lewis Academy 2, Open Door Christian 2 – Aurelio Aquila scored the game's opening goal, but Open Door answered back with two of its own. Micah Grobey scored on a penalty kick in the 65th minute to earn the draw for the Watchmen.

N. Clackamas Christian 7, C.S. Lewis 1 – The Watchmen (1-1-2) fell behind 5-0 by halftime and got their lone goal from Aquila in the second half Monday night.

Sunset 3, Newberg 0 – The Tigers (0-4-1) lost their third straight on Sept. 12 in Beaverton. Newberg will play at Southridge Thursday.

Girls soccer

Westview 6, Newberg 0 – The Tigers (1-4) will look to rebound from the loss Sept. 12 when they host Tualatin at 7 p.m. Thursday.


C.S. Lewis Academy 3, Glendale 0 – The Watchmen picked up their second victory of the season Saturday, besting the Pirates 25-23, 25-21, 25-20 on the road. C.S. Lewis (2-8) managed the win despite fielding just six players. "We are learning how to finish not only games, but matches also," coach Jenna Kuiper said. The Watchmen will host St. Paul at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Sherwood 3, Newberg 0 –The Bowmen earned a 25-13, 25-23, 25-16 road win Sept. 13.

Tualatin Tournaament – Newberg earned a 2-0 bracket play win over rival McMinnville, prevailing 25-21, 25-14, but fell to Lincoln 25-14, 24-26, 15-5.

The Tigers (3-4, 1-2 Pacific Conference) will host the Grizzlies in a league match at 6:45 p.m. Thursday.

Boys cross-country

Newberg 19, Liberty 39 –Jonathan Rolfe (18:10), James Busch (18:16) and Hunter Bensman (18:22) swept the top three places for the Tigers (1-0 Pacific Conference) Sept. 12.

Northwest Classic – Veritas junior Cam McChesney was eighth overall in the 4A/3A/2A/1A race, crossing in 17:04.40. Will Lattus was also 55th in 19:07.20, but the Vanguard did not record a team score.

Girls cross-country

Newberg 19, Liberty 38 – Abigail Hein won the race in 21:19, with teammate Bailey Sherwood finishign runner-up in 21:58. Rachel Sherwood was also fourth (22:18) and freshman Sophia Redwine set a new PR (22:22) to place fifth.

Northwest Classic – Freshman Brenna was one of three Veritas runners in the varsity race, placing 57th in 24:33.60.

Oregon Episcopal Invite -- Rachel Vela finished 35th in 25:07.0 to lead St. Paul (173) to seventh place out of 10 teams Sept. 12.

Sports in brief

Newberg High School to honor former coach Dean Pade at home game

Newberg High School will honor former teacher and coach Dean Pade during halftime of Friday's home game versus Canby. Pade taught and coached at Newberg from 1975 to 1998. During his tenure, Pade served as head football and softball coach and assisted with basketball. The Dean Pade Scholarship has also been established in his honor to help students purchase needed equipment and supplies.

To contribute to the fund, email athletic director Tim Burke at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Bucks hiring two coaches

St. Paul High School is seeking applicants for its head baseball and assistant boys basketball coaching positions. Those interested should contact athletic director Tony Smith at 503-633-2541.

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