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Check in here to see updates on the latest projected fields for Class 6A-1A state volleyball tournaments.

PMG PHOTO: ANDY DIECKHOFF - Nelson senior Kaylie Christopher (center) celebrates with teammates after scoring a point during the Hawks' three-set win over Clackamas on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022, at Clackamas High School.

Spooky season is here which means the Oregon high school volleyball state tournaments are also approaching.

We've taken a look at all the playoff qualifications and league standings to project what the state tournament bracket would look like at each classification.

Important to note, Class 1A has moved to a 32-team field this season and Class 3A is using a 20-team bracket. Class 4A's rankings have already froze as it will continue to use a play-in model, which is explained here by the OSAA.

The cutoff day for rankings in 6A, 3A and 1A is Oct. 22 while 5A and 2A end on Oct. 25.

Ties for league standings were broken by head-to-head results, followed by OSAA rankings if head-to-head was inconclusive.

Last updated: Oct. 21, 11 a.m.



PIL: Ida B. Wells, Grant, McDaniel

Metro: Jesuit, Westview, Sunset

Pacific: Sherwood, Newberg, Forest Grove

Mt. Hood: Nelson, Central Catholic, Sandy

Three Rivers: Oregon City, West Linn, Lakeridge

Central Valley: Sprague, McNary, South Salem

Southwest: Sheldon, South Medford, Roseburg

At large

St. Mary's

West Salem

Lake Oswego



South Eugene

North Medford





Next 5 out: Grants Pass, Tigard, David Douglas, Beaverton, Tualatin

The field

No. 32 Gresham at No. 1 Jesuit

No. 17 Sunset at No. 16 South Salem

No. 25 McDaniel at No. 8 McNary

No. 24 Mountainside at No. 9 Sprague

No. 28 North Medford at No. 5 Nelson

No. 21 Sandy at No. 12 West Linn

No. 20 Grant at No. 13 Lakeridge

No. 29 South Eugene at No. 4 Oregon City

No. 30 Glencoe at No. 3 Sheldon

No. 19 St. Mary's at No. 14 Newberg

No. 22 West Salem at No. 11 Central Catholic

No. 27 Liberty at No. 6 South Medford

No. 26 Barlow at No. 7 Sherwood

No. 23 Lake Oswego at No. 10 Roseburg

No. 18 Forest Grove at No. 15 Ida B. Wells

No. 31 Lincoln at No. 2 Westview

Swapped South Eugene and Liberty to avoid South Eugene-South Medford league matchup.



NWOC: Wilsonville, La Salle Prep, Putnam, Canby

Midwestern: Crater, Thurston, North Eugene

Mid-Willamette: Crescent Valley, Silverton, West Albany, South Albany

Intermountain: Bend, Ridgeview, Summit

At large


Eagle Point

Next 5 out: Mountain View, Corvallis, Churchill, Parkrose, Central

The field

No. 16 Dallas at No. 1 Wilsonville

No. 9 Ridgeview at No. 8 West Albany

No. 12 Putnam at No. 5 Bend

No. 13 Canby at No. 4 Crater

No. 14 North Eugene at No. 3 Silverton

No. 11 Summit at No. 6 South Albany

No. 10 Thurston at No. 7 La Salle prep

No. 15 Eagle Point at No. 2 Crescent Valley

Swapped Dallas and Eagle Point to avoid Dallas-Crescent Valley league matchup.



Lewis & Clark: Horizon Christian, Valley Catholic, Westside Christian

Coastal Range: Banks, Corbett, Yamhill-Carlton

PacWest: Santiam Christian, Scio, Sheridan

Mountain Valley: Sisters, Pleasant Hill, Creswell

Far West: Coquille, St. Mary's Medford, Cascade Christian, Douglas

Eastern Oregon: Burns, Vale, Nyssa

At large


Next 5 out: OES, Harrisburg, Glide, Dayton, Lakeview

The field

No. 16/17 winner at No. 1 Sisters

No. 17 Westside Christian at No. 16 Sheridan

No. 9 Scio at No. 8 Coquille

No. 13/20 winner at No. 4 Horizon Christian

No. 20 Nyssa at No. 13 Cascade Christian

No. 12 Siuslaw at No. 5 Burns

No. 15/18 winner at No. 2 Pleasant Hill

No. 18 Vale at No. 15 Banks

No. 10 St. Mary's Medford at No. 7 Valley Catholic

No. 14/19 winner at No. 3 Santiam Christian

No. 19 Douglas at No. 14 Yamhill-Carlton

No. 11 Corbett at No. 6 Creswell

Moved Coquille from 9 to 8 as projected league champions.



Northwest: Gaston, Nestucca, Portland Christian

Tri-River: Salem Academy, Culver, Gervais, Willamina

Valley Coast: Monroe, Oakridge, Oakland, Lowell

Blue Mountain: Grant Union, Stanfield

At large




Next 5 out: Blanchet Catholic, Santiam, Toledo, Irrigon, Knappa

The field

No. 16 Bandon at No. 1 Salem Academy

No. 9 Weston-McEwen at No. 8 Willamina

No. 12 Lowell at No. 5 Stanfield

No. 13 Heppner at No. 4 Culver

No. 14 Portland Christian at No. 3 Monroe

No. 11 Nestucca at No. 6 Grant Union

No. 10 Gervais at No. 7 Oakridge

No. 15 Oakland at No. 2 Gaston

Swapped Oakland and Portland Christian to avoid Oakland-Monroe and Portland Christian-Gaston league matchups.



Valley 10: Damascus Christian, North Clackamas Christian, Open Door Christian, Southwest Christian

Casco: St. Paul, Crosshill Christian, Perrydale, Willamette Valley Christian

Mountain West: Mohawk, Eddyville Charter, Triangle Lake, Crow

Skyline: Umpqua Valley Christian, North Douglas, Days Creek, Myrtle Point

Mountain Valley: Rogue Valley Adventist, Central Christian, Trinity Lutheran, Lost River

Big Sky: South Wasco County, Ione/Arlington, Sherman, Spray/Mitchell/Wheeler

Old Oregon: Powder Valley, Echo, Union, Imbler

High Desert: Crane, Adrian, Prairie City, Jordan Valley

The field

No. 32 Crow at No. 1 Damascus Christian

No. 17 Crosshill Christian at No. 16 Mohawk

No. 25 Eddyville Charter at No. 8 Prairie City

No. 24 Lost River at No. 9 Open Door Christian

No. 28 Jordan Valley at No. 5 Rogue Valley Adventist

No. 21 Sherman at No. 12 Trinity Lutheran

No. 20 Myrtle Point at No. 13 South Wasco County

No. 29 Union at No. 4 North Clackamas Christian

No. 30 Triangle Lake at No. 3 St. Paul

No. 19 Ione/Arlington at No. 14 Days Creek

No. 22 Southwest Christian at No. 11 Central Christian

No. 27 Perrydale at No. 6 Powder Valley

No. 26 Spray/Mitchell/Wheeler at No. 7 North Douglas

No. 23 Imbler at No. 10 Umpqua Valley Christian

No. 18 Echo at No. 15 Adrian

No. 31 Willamette Valley Christian at No. 2 Crane

Moved Mohawk from 19 to 16 as projected league champions.

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