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COURTESY: ST. HELENS SPORTS BOOSTER CLUB - Here are the St. Helens Sports Booster Club high school athletes of the month for October: (from left) Kennady Brown (soccer), Lydia Rose (volleyball), Parker Miller (football) and Kaleb Edwards (soccer).

COURTESY: ST. HELENS SPORTS BOOSTER CLUB - Here are the St. Helens middle school athletes of the month: (from left) Ayla Clark, Ava Eib, Lyndie Ridgeway, Makayla Tolleshaug, Tyler Mauldin and Savannah Augustus.

SCHEDULE

Football

Nov. 2

Class 5A playoffs

First round (of 16)

North Bend (7-2, No. 11 seed) vs. Scappoose (7-2, No. 6 seed), 7 p.m.

Cross country

Nov. 3

Class 5A championships, Lane Community College, Eugene

Girls race, 1:45 p.m.

Boys race, 2:30 p.m.

RESULTS

Football

Oct. 26

SCAPPOOSE 64, La Salle Prep 28

Parkrose 26, ST. HELENS 21

Volleyball

Oct. 27

CORVALLIS 3, St. Helens 0

25-14, 25-10, 25-6

Girls soccer

Oct. 25

Scappoose 1, LA SALLE PREP 1

ST. HELENS 6, Milwaukie 0

Oct. 31

Class 5A playoffs

First round (of 16)

CORVALLIS 4, Scappoose 2

Boys soccer

Oct. 25

La Salle Prep 7, SCAPPOOSE 1

MILWAUKIE 12, St. Helens 0

COLLEGE SPORTS

Portland State freshman Linnaea Kavulich had a big day in her first Big Sky cross-country championships race. The former Scappoose High standout improved her PR in the 5K by nearly 34 seconds, finishing in 17 minutes, 46.8 seconds. She was fourth on her team and 39th overall in the conference meet at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento, California. Her previous best was 18:20.6, run Sept. 29 in the Charles Bowles Willamette Invite in Salem. In high school, she ran a PR of 18:44.2.

The Vikings, who were picked for ninth in the preseason, finished fifth — PSU's best showing ever at the size of the Big Sky, which had 11 teams this year.

PRO SPORTS

A concussion suffered late in Monday's game against New England will keep Buffalo Bills quarterback Derek Anderson out of Sunday's 10 a.m. PT game against the Chicago Bears.

Anderson, from Scappoose High, did reasonably well against the Patriots, playing in just his second game as the replacement for injured rookie Josh Allen (elbow). Anderson completed 22 of 39 passes for 290 yards, with one interception.

New England's Tom Brady was 29 of 45 for 324 yards, with no TDs or interceptions.

The teams traded field goals late into the third quarter. New England was leading 9-6, when Anderson got hit by a blitzing linebacker and fumbled in the pocket, with Pats safety Patrick Chung from the University of Oregon recovering at the Buffalo 29-yard line. The Patriots had to settle for another field goal, though, and a 12-6 lead.

New England finally got a touchdown drive, scoring with 9:58 left to take an 18-6 lead.

Anderson put together a nice drive, but came up one play short of a touchdown, as the Patriots boosted their lead to 25-6 with an 85-yard interception return for a touchdown.

The Bills fell to 2-6, while the Patriots improved to 6-2.

Nathan Peterman is expected to be Buffalo's starting quarterback on Sunday, and the Bills have signed Matt Barkley as a backup.

n Carolina Panthers linebacker David Mayo, also from Scappoose, had a special teams tackle in a 36-21 victory over the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday At Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Panthers improved to 5-2. They are second in the NFC South behind the New Orleans Saints (6-1) and ahead of other division members Atlanta and Tampa Bay, both 3-4.

Carolina plays host to Tampa Bay at 10 a.m. PT Sunday.

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