Prep girls soccer: The Scappoose Indians rank fourth in the state for Class 5A in academics.
The Indians have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.75, which makes them all-state in that category, according to the Oregon School Activities Association.
North Bend was first among 5A girls soccer teams at 3.86.
College cross country: Linnaea Kavulich, a sophomore from Scappoose High, helped the No. 24-ranked Columbia Lions capture their third Ivy League title in a row.
Columbia's seventh overall Ivy crown came Nov. 1 at Bronx, New York. The Lions had five runners in the top 19, while Kavulich was a non-scoring sixth on the squad and 28th overall in 22 minutes, 3.4 seconds for 6K.
The Lions finished with 57 points. Harvard and Penn shared second with 89 apiece.
College football: At Linfield College, freshman running back Connor McNabb from Scappoose High gained 30 yards on there carries and caught two passes for 16 yards as the Wildcats beat Lewis & Clark 54-7 last Saturday.
The 5-10, 190-pound McNabb has helped Linfield go 6-1 overall and 5-0 in the Northwest Conference) for the league lead by one game over Whitworth.
The Wildcats are ranked 18th in NCAA Division III by the coaches and 23rd in the d3football.com poll.
Linfield plays Whitworth at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Spokane, Washington, with first place on the line in the conference, before ending its regular season at home on Nov. 16 versus George Fox.
Whitworth is 5-2, 4-1, after its 31-6 victory at home last week over Pacific Lutheran.
College women's soccer: Former Scappoose High standout Lucy Davidson, a senior defender at the University of Portland, scored her first career goal as the Pilots beat host Pacific 3-0 at Stockton, California, on Nov. 1.
Davidson put the rebound of a shot that bounced off the right post into the back of the net to give UP a 2-0 lead in the 71st minute.
The Pilots also played host Loyola Marymount to a 1-1 tie on Wednesday that left Portland with a 7-5-4 overall record going into the season finale Saturday against San Diego, 7 p.m. at Merlo Field.
• Linfield sophomore Alyssa Bakkensen from Scappoose High gave up two goals on Sunday in a 2-1 loss at Whitworth.
• Presentation College freshman Shayna Redpath started on defense on Sunday as the Saints tied Doane of Nebraska 1-1 in an NAIA game at Aberdeen, South Dakota.
NFL: New York Giants starting linebacker David Mayo, formerly at Scappoose High, made three tackles as his team fell 37-18 to the Dallas Cowboys in a Monday Night Football game at home.
The Giants fell to 2-7. Dallas is 5-3.
The game was tight until the Cowboys outscored the Giants 21-3 in the fourth quarter.
The Giants' next game is 10 a.m. PT Sunday at the New York Jets (1-7).
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