Class 5A playoffs
Scappoose (No. 6 seed, 8-2) at Pendleton (No. 3 seed, 9-1), 7 p.m.
Class 5A playoffs
SCAPPOOSE 20, North Bend 14
Class 5A championships
At Lane Community College, Eugene
Boys team standings: Crater 58, Crook County 120, Ashland 136, Crescent Valley 144, Dallas 146, Hood River Valley 150, Churchill 170, Silverton 177, Wilsonville 181, Central 205, Scappoose 258, Parkrose 281, Springfield 285
Scappoose boys: Rowen Suchoski, 24th, 17:06; Luke Suchoski, 36th, 17:21; Josh Lull, 64th, 17:55; Gustavo Villalvazo, 69th, 18:15; Jordan Buchanan, 81st, 18:54; Tristan Hopkins, 86th, 19:30
St. Helens boys: Waylon Nichols, 21st, 16:59
Girls team standings: Hood River Valley 43, Wilsonville 94, Crater 94, North Salem 100, Crescent Valley 121, Corvallis 199, St. Helens 225, Ashland 229, The Dalles/Dufur 242, Springfield 256, Lebanon 260, Churchill 264, Putnam 271
St. Helens girls: Mackenzie Trainer, 24th, 20:16; Hannah Hayduk, 25th, 20:16; Cheyenne Trainer, 41st, 20:47; Kaitlyn Silva, 60th, 21:48; Hillary Barley, 88th, 24:54; Mattie Miller, 89th, 25:13; Natasha Allen, 90th, 25:19
University of Portland midfielder Natalie Muth from Scappoose High completed her junior season with two assists in 16 games. The Pilots finished 11-9-0 overall and 4-5-0 in the West Coast Conference, improvements from 2017, when they went 5-13-1, 2-7-0.
• Linfield College freshman Alyssa Bakkenson, a former Scappoose standout, played 86:25 of the 90 minutes in goal as the Wildcats dropped their season finale, 3-2, at home to Puget Sound. It was only her third appearance behind sophomore starter Madi Reimer, from Sherwood, and by far her most extensive action.
Linfield finished 10-5-5 overall and 7-4-5 in the Northwest Conference, fifth out of nine teams. UPS shared the NWC title with Pacific Lutheran and got the league's automatic berth into the NCAA Division III tournament.
Carolina Panthers linebacker David Mayo, from Scappoose High, had a pass defensed in a 42-28 win last Sunday at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Panthers improved to 6-2, going into a Thursday night game at Pittsburgh; the Bucs fell to 3-5.
In the NFC South, Carolina is second, behind 7-1 New Orleans and ahead of 4-4 Atlanta and the Bucs.