Oregon high school football: 2022 state tournament brackets tracker
The 2022 Oregon high school football season is almost over, which means it's time to start looking ahead to the playoffs.
League standings are coming down to the wire, so this last week of projections is getting close to what we'll see come November.
New this season is the Class 6A breakup with 16 teams competing for the state title while 16 teams will be playing for the Columbia Cup. You can check out OSAA's breakdown here on the split.
Also new this season is 8-man football playing a 12-team state tournament, and 6-man will have its first OSAA-sanctioned tournament with eight teams.
The rankings cut off day is Saturday, Oct. 29 for all classifications.
Ties for league standings were broken by head-to-head results, followed by OSAA rankings if head-to-head was inconclusive.
Last update: Oct. 26, 10 a.m.
PIL: Grant, Jefferson, Roosevelt, Franklin
Metro: Jesuit, Mountainside, Sunset
Pacific: Sherwood, Liberty, McMinnville
Mt. Hood: Central Catholic, Nelson, Barlow, Sandy
Three Rivers: West Linn, Lake Oswego, Tualatin
Special District 1: Sheldon, South Salem, North Medford, South Medford, Grants Pass
Next 5 out: Ida B. Wells, Roseburg, Century, West Salem, McNary
State Championship Bracket
No. 16 Grant at No. 1 West Linn
No. 9 Tigard at No. 8 Sherwood
No. 12 Nelson at No. 5 Lake Oswego
No. 13 Grants Pass at No. 4 Jesuit
No. 14 Liberty at No. 3 Sheldon
No. 11 South Medford at No. 6 Mountainside
No. 10 South Salem at No. 7 Tualatin
No. 15 North Medford at No. 2 Central Catholic
Moved Sherwood from 14 to 8 as projected league champions.
Moved Grant from 17 to 16 as projected league champions, no home game due to being outside the top 16.
Swapped North Medford and Liberty to avoid North Medford-Sheldon league matchup.
Columbia Cup Bracket
No. 16 Franklin at No. 1 Barlow
No. 9 Newberg at No. 8 Westview
No. 12 North Salem at No. 5 McMinnville
No. 13 Lakeridge at No. 4 Sunset
No. 14 Clackamas at No. 3 Oregon City
No. 11 Reynolds at No. 6 Sprague
No. 10 Roosevelt at No. 7 Sandy
No. 15 Glencoe at No. 2 Jefferson
Swapped Reynolds and Roosevelt to avoid Reynolds-Sandy league matchup.
Mid-Willamette: Silverton, Central, West Albany, South Albany
Intermountain: Summit, Bend, Mountain View
Special District 1: Wilsonville, Putnam, Canby, Forest Grove
Special District 2: Thurston, Eagle Point, Springfield, North Eugene
Next 5 out: Dallas, Hillsboro, Caldera, Lebanon, Churchill
No. 16 Forest Grove at No. 1 Summit
No. 9 Eagle Point at No. 8 West Albany
No. 12 Southridge at No. 5 Silverton
No. 13 Mountain View at No. 4 Thurston
No. 14 Springfield at No. 3 Putnam
No. 11 Canby at No. 6 South Albany
No. 10 Central at No. 7 Bend
No. 15 North Eugene at No. 2 Wilsonville
Swapped Central and Eagle Point to avoid Central-West Albany league matchup.
Special District 1: Tillamook, Scappoose, Seaside
Special District 2: Estacada, Woodburn, Gladstone
Special District 3: Marist Catholic, Stayton, Junction City
Special District 4: Mazama, Henley, Marshfield
Special District 5: La Grande, Pendleton, Crook County
No. 16 Crook County at No. 1 Mazama
No. 9 Pendleton at No. 8 Marshfield
No. 12 Stayton at No. 5 Scappoose
No. 13 Cascade at No. 4 Henley
No. 14 Gladstone at No. 3 Marist Catholic
No. 11 Woodburn at No. 6 Tillamook
No. 10 Junction City at No. 7 Estacada
No. 15 Seaside at No. 2 La Grande
Swapped Crook County and Seaside to avoid Crook County-La Grande league matchup.
Special District 1: Banks, Yamhill-Carlton, Warrenton
Special District 2: Kennedy, Santiam Christian, Dayton
Special District 3: South Umpqua, Cascade Christian, St. Mary's Medford, Coquille
Special District 4: Vale, Ontario
Mountain Valley: La Pine, Siuslaw, Sisters
Next 5 out: Scio, Amity, Creswell, North Valley, Douglas
No. 16 Lakeview at No. 1 Kennedy
No. 9 Siuslaw at No. 8 Vale
No. 12 Yamhill-Carlton at No. 5 Dayton
No. 13 Coquille at No. 4 Santiam Christian
No. 14 Sisters at No. 3 South Umpqua
No. 11 St. Mary's Medford at No. 6 Banks
No. 10 Warrenton at No. 7 La Pine
No. 15 Ontario at No. 2 Cascade Christian
Moved Vale from 11 to 8 as projected league champions.
Swapped Coquille and Sisters to avoid Coquille-South Umpqua league matchup.
Swapped Lakeview and Ontario to avoid Lakeview-Cascade Christian league matchup.
Tri-River: Colton, Regis, Culver
Special District 1: Nestucca, Knappa, Gaston
Special District 2: Lowell, Taft, Monroe
Special District 3: Oakland, Gold Beach, Bandon/Pacific
Special District 4: Umatilla, Heppner, Weston-McEwen
Next 5 out: Willamina, Toledo, North Douglas, Rogue River, Irrigon
No. 16 Gaston at No. 1 Colton
No. 9 Heppner at No. 8 Nestucca
No. 12 Santiam at No. 5 Weston-McEwen
No. 13 Knappa at No. 4 Gold Beach
No. 14 Culver at No. 3 Oakland
No. 11 Monroe at No. 6 Umatilla
No. 10 Taft at No. 7 Regis
No. 15 Bandon/Pacific at No. 2 Lowell
Moved Nestucca from 15 to 8 as projected league champions.
Swapped Bandon/Pacific and Knappa to avoid Bandon/Pacific-Gold Beach league matchup.
CLASS 1A 8-MAN
SD1 North: St. Paul, Myrtle Point
SD1 South: Lost River, Camas Valley
SD2 East: Adrian, Crane
SD2 West: Powder Valley, Sherman/Condon
Next 5 out: Imbler, Cove, Mohawk, Bonanza, Crosspoint Christian
No. 1 St. Paul bye
No. 9 Elgin at No. 8 Perrydale
No. 12 Sherman/Condon at No. 5 Myrtle Point
No. 4 Crane bye
No. 3 Powder Valley bye
No. 11 Dufur at No. 6 Adrian
No. 10 Camas Valley at No. 7 Enterprise
No. 2 Lost River bye
Swapped Sherman/Condon and Camas Valley to avoid Sherman/Condon-Enterprise league matchup.
CLASS 1A 6-MAN
Special District 1: Joseph, Spray/Mitchell/Wheeler, South Wasco County
Special District 2: Powers, Triangle Lake, Elkton, Siletz Valley, Eddyville Charter
No. 8 Eddyville Charter at No. 1 Powers
No. 5 Siletz Valley at No. 4 Joseph
No. 6 Elkton at No. 3 Spray/Mitchell/Wheeler
No. 7 South Wasco County at No. 2 Triangle Lake
Moved Joseph from 5 to 4 as projected league champions.
Swapped Siletz Valley and South Wasco County to avoid Siletz Valley-Triangle Lake and South Wasco County-Joseph league matchups.
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