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Scappoose boys and girls soccer teams made it to playoffs but lost in early rounds.

PMG PHOTO: RALEIGH EMERSON - Cross country runners compete in the 4A state championship on Saturday, Oct. 5.Scappoose boys and girls soccer teams qualified for 4A state playoffs, but both teams lost before semifinals.

Scappoose boys lost 1-2 to Estacada in a Nov. 1 first-round game. Estacada went on to lose 3-6 to Henley in the quarterfinals.

The girls soccer team beat North Bend 5-0 in the first round but fell 0-2 to North Marion in the quarterfinals. North Marion will face top-ranked Marist Catholic in the semifinals on Tuesday, Nov. 8.

Football is the last Scappoose team standing.

The Indians beat Marshfield 26-6 in round one.

On Nov. 12, Scappoose, ranked eighth, will face Mazama, ranked first, in the quarterfinals.

Scappoose girls cross country qualified for state as a team for the first time since 2017, according to the Oregon School Activities Association.

Scappoose girls took 12th out of 13 teams.

Amalie Anderson, a Scappoose freshman who took first at districts, placed 46th at state. Anderson was also named OSAA Athlete of the Week.

Scappoose boys cross country placed 13th out of 13 teams.

Sophomore Charles Leader and junior Taiki Ogawa were Scappoose boys' top performers, taking 54th and 55th.

St. Helens had just two runners qualify for state: Sophomore Ben Zuschlag, who placed 50th at state, and senior Joseph Norris, who placed 65th.

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