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From Forest Grove to Estacada and down to Woodburn, here's what happened last week in Oregon high school football.

PMG PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Tualatin football's Kenen Elder dives for the end zone for a touchdown against Wilsonville on Sept. 16, 2022, at Wilsonville High School.

Already a third of the season is in the books and some teams are starting to distance themselves, while others are shaping to make statements in the next six weeks.

League play began last week for some while others continue to fight regional rivals or go for a big non-conference win.

Our crew were out to cover all we could in the Portland metro area with plenty photos, stories and more on social media.

Here's a recap of the second week of the season with links to all of our coverage around the Portland metro area and beyond.

All final scores: Check out all the final scores from week three of the 2022 Oregon high school football season

Portland City

Final scores

Jefferson 9, Roosevelt 2

Grant 20, Ida B. Wells 16

Franklin 35, Cleveland 0

Lincoln 50, McDaniel 0

Central Catholic 41, Sandy 6

Clackamas 45, David Douglas 0

Seaside 56, Parkrose 12

Live coverage

Jefferson wins ugly: 3 takeaways from Jefferson football's 9-2 win over Roosevelt

More from Jefferson and Roosevelt: Slideshow from Jefferson football taking on Roosevelt

Demos ready to demolish: Jefferson football aiming for PIL crown behind stifling defense

PMG PHOTO: RALEIGH EMERSON - The West Linn football team lines up before their game at Jesuit on Sept. 15, 2022, at Jesuit High School.

North Clackamas County

Final scores

West Linn 31, Jesuit 20

Nelson 41, Reynolds 6

Clackamas 45, David Douglas 0

Sherwood 47, Lakeridge 35

Oregon City 47, Century 21

Tualatin 44, Wilsonville 7

Mountainside 24, Lake Oswego 7

Putnam 37, La Salle Prep 13

Milwaukie 20, Molalla 14

Gladstone 15, Astoria 12

Live coverage

West Linn statement: West Linn football dominates Jesuit early en route to 31-20 win

Jordan goes off: Oregon City downs Century behind 5 TDs from Marcus Jordan

Wilsonville struggles: Slideshow from Tualatin football's 44-7 win on the road at Wilsonville

Turnovers doom LO: Lake Oswego falls to Mountainside at home 24-7 behind three takeaways

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Tigard's Luke Davis carries the ball around end during the Tigers' game with Glencoe Friday, Sept. 16, at Hare Field in Hillsboro.

Washington and Columbia County

Final scores

West Linn 31, Jesuit 20

Canby 37, Beaverton 7

Hillsboro 68, St. Helens 29

Banks 24, Warrenton 9

Sunset 36, Liberty 35

Tigard 48, Glencoe 20

Summit 28, Westview 12

Newberg 54, Aloha 7

Sherwood 47, Lakeridge 35

Oregon City 47, Century 21

Tualatin 44, Wilsonville 7

Mountainside 24, Lake Oswego 7

Southridge 35, Hood River Valley 28

Mountain View 42, Forest Grove 7

Scappoose 47, The Dalles 8

Yamhill-Carlton 46, Valley Catholic 8

Taft 33, Gaston 28

Live coverage

Jesuit falls early: Jesuit football can't recover from slow start in 31-20 loss to West Linn

Grant leads Tigard: Tigard football downs Glencoe 48-20 behind Konner Grant's big game

Century ran over: Century football struggles to contain Oregon City ground game in 47-21 loss

Tualatin dominates: Slideshow from Tualatin football's 44-7 win over 5A powerhouse Wilsonville

PMG PHOTO: TANNER RUSS - Canby junior Landon Sprague scored the Cougars opening touchdown against Beaverton and became the teams number one run option when Tyler Konold left the game against Beaverton with an ankle injury. Canby defeated the Beavers 37-7 on Thursday, Sept. 15.

Valley Zone

Final scores

Canby 37, Beaverton 7

Newberg 54, Aloha 7

Milwaukie 20, Molalla 14

Tillamook 28, Woodburn 7

Rainier 36, North Marion 16

Kennedy 64, Jefferson 0

Regis 66, Gervais 0

Colton 41, Knappa 0

St. Paul 46, Lost River 32

Live coverage

Canby in control: Canby football routs Beaverton 37-7 behind display of depth

Molalla falls behind penalties: Molalla football couldn't over come penalty-laden game in 20-14 loss to Milwaukie

PMG PHOTO: ANGEL ROSAS - Barlow football beat Gresham 40-14 Friday, Sept. 16. , Gresham Outlook - Sports Bruins juniors Jett Fay, Elijah Greenup lead scoring burst as Barlow celebrates first win of 2022 with rivalry rout Barlow football routs Gresham 40-14 in 54th all-time meeting

Gresham/East Clackamas

Final scores

Nelson 41, Reynolds 6

Barlow 40, Gresham 14

Central Catholic 41, Sandy 6

Bend 55, Centennial 0

Estacada 32, La Grande 28

Creswell 56, Corbett 8

Live coverage

Reynolds running back: Reynolds football's Dre'Quan Williams just wants to run

Barlow makes it nine: Barlow football downs Gresham 40-14 for ninth consecutive rivalry win

PMG PHOTO: TONY AHERN  - Dru Boyle readies to throw a touchdown pass to Cael White which tied the game in the third quarter against Caldera Friday. The Buffs would take the lead on an extra point, 7-6, by Johan Poland, shown making the key block on the play. Boyle would later hit Tyler Clarkson for a second TD pass as the Buffs prevailed 14-6.

Central Oregon

Final scores

Madras 14, Caldera 6

Culver 32, Santiam 20

Crook County 28, Redmond 21

Live coverage

Big second half: Madras football scores two second half TDs to down 5A Caldera 14-6


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