There was a mixed bag of results on the west side this past Friday, with favorites and underdogs suffering defeats.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Tigard senior running back Braden Graf carries the ball during the Tigers' game against Lakeridge Friday night, Oct. 1, at Lakeridge High School.Sherwood (1-4), in defense of their new coach – Kevin Hastin – who left Newberg (0-5) this past summer to take the reins of the Bowmen, used a late Seth Glenn 17-yard touchdown run to beat the Tigers 23-17. Receiver Cody Hall led Sherwood with 14 receptions for 176 yards and two touchdowns. Hudson Davis led Newberg with 125 yards and two touchdowns rushing.

The Jesuit (4-1) defense stood tall against Southridge (0-5), shutting-out the Metro League foe Skyhawks 49-0 for the Crusdaders' first shutout since 2017. Jesuit quarterback Jacob Hutchinson threw three touchdown passes in the win, and running back Michael Rincon rushed six times for 75 yards and a touchdown.

Despite an early 14-0 deficit, Scappoose (3-2) managed to defeat Hillsboro 41-32 at Scappoose High School. Luke McNabb and Trey Deiringer combined to rush for 275 yards and five touchdowns in the game, and Deiringer's 80-yard fumble recovery gave the Indians their first lead of the night midway through the third quarter. The Spartans were led by sophomore quarterback Calvin Perkins who finished 30-for-42 for 311 yards and three touchdowns. Hilhi's Nahum Chavez caught 14 balls for 207 yards and a score, while tallying six tackles on defense.

Caleb Kim carried the ball nine times for 173 yards and three touchdowns, and quarterback Grady Newsom was 7-for-12 for 230 yards and two touchdowns in Sunset's 39-2 nonleague win over Heritage (0-5) of Washington. The Apollos (4-1) averaged more than 11 yards per play and tallied over 400 yards of total offense.

Banks improved to 3-1 with a 42-17 road win over Astoria (3-2). The Braves were led by senior Jamar Flippen who rushed for 96 yards and a score, along with catching a touchdown and recording eight tackles. Additionally, Charlie White caught six balls for 105 yards, Cooper Gobel completed 13-of-17 passes for 209 yards and two touchdowns, and junior Daevon Vereen added seven tackles and three sacks.

Ethan Jones had a 30-yard interception return for a touchdown, Vincent Cabezudo added a 9-yard touchdown run, and Hiro Diamond rushed for 262 yards and four touchdowns while throwing for a fifth as part of Liberty's 56-21 win over crosstown Glencoe. The Crimson Tide (3-2) were led by Royce Fasel's 162 yards and two touchdowns, along with Trever O'Leary's 85-yard first quarter kickoff return for a score. Mitchell Mahlum and Cade Hammond led the Falcons with five tackles apiece.

Lake Oswego quarterback Jack Layne threw four touchdown passes and Gabe Olvera scored three times en route to a 35-0 win over Tigard (2-2). The Lakers' (5-0) Gavin McGuire recovered two fumbles in the shutout win over the Tigers.

For the second consecutive week the Century Jaguars (0-5) dropped a game by less than a touchdown, this time falling 37-36 to the McMinnville Grizzlies (3-2). Senior Jaguars quarterback Tyler Mahlman threw for 235 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 109 yards and another touchdown in defeat.

Football Coaches Poll


1. West Linn

2. Central Catholic (W 54-6)

3. Tualatin

4. Lake Oswego (35-0)

5. Clackamas (W 47-0)

6. Jesuit (W 49-0)

7. Lakeridge (41-8)

8. Sunset (W 39-2)

9. Roseburg (56-14)

10. Westview (No game)


1. Thurston (W 42-21)

2. West Albany (W 21-14)

3. Wilsonville (No game)

4. Silverton (W 48-8)

5. Canby (W 53-12)

6. Pendleton/Gris/Nix (W 70-6)

7. Hood River Valley (44-29)

8. Scappoose (W 41-32)

9. South Albany (L 35-12)

10. Dallas (W 35-12)


1. Marshfield (W 57-0)

2. Marist Catholic (W 56-14)

3. Estacada (W 43-18)

4. Cascade (W 64-0)

5. Banks (W 42-17)

6. Mazama (W 41-14)

7. Henley (L 41-14)

8. Seaside (W 69-0)

9. La Grande

10. Tillamook (W 42-28)

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