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Results and postseason schedules for Washington and Columbia County football teams as they head for the playoffs.

PMG PHOTO: JOHN LARIVIERE - century players celebrate a score in a game earlier this season. The Jaguars defeated McMinnville this past Friday and will travel to Westview for a Columbia Cup playoff game Nov. 4.Hood River Valley 41, Forest Grove 40

The Vikings' fleeting state playoffs hopes ended cruelly when a last second pass attempt fell to the turf in the Eagles' end zone, sending Hood River Valley to the postseason while ending the Vikes' 2022 campaign.

Forest Grove (3-6, 3-3) also lost a fumble deep in Eagles territory with 54 seconds remaining prior to their near final play heroics.

Hood River Valley scored their game-winner on a quarterback Davis Parr to receiver Shaw Burns 90-yard connection while trailing 40-34.

Parr finished with four touchdown passes, two apiece to Burns and MarKeith Harris.

Forest Grove quarterback Kaden Hale passed for three touchdowns and tallied nearly 400 yards of total offense, while running back Hunter Frohnert and receiver James Olberhelman each had touchdown catches for the Vikes.

Jesuit 63, Beaverton 13

The Crusaders (8-1, 5-0) secured sole possession of the Metro League championship with an easy win over crosstown Beaverton (1-8, 1-4).

Three Jesuit players—Thatcher Killian, Garrett Speer and Lonnie Burt—each notched two scores for Jesuit, and in all six Crusader players reached paydirt.

No. 4-seeded Jesuit is scheduled to host No. 13-seeded Tigard at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4.

Mountainside 42, Aloha 0

The Mavericks (8-1, 4-1) rebounded from last week's loss to Jesuit by running roughshod over the Warriors (0-9, 0-5), led by running back Aaron Rey Simpson who carried 10 times for 167 yards and two touchdowns.

The Mavs also got two touchdown passes from quarterback Alex Ingalls, and touchdown scores from Brayden Boe, Holden Phillips and Sam Vyhlidal.

No. 6-seeded Mountainside will host No. 11-seeded Nelson in the state playoffs at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4.

Tualatin 31, Tigard 21

A.J. Noland had two touchdown catches, including a 99-yarder, to highlight the Timberwolves' rivalry win over Tigard (6-3, 2-3) in a steady rain at Tualatin High School.

Tualatin quarterback Jack Wagner was 13-of-25 passing for 257 yards and two touchdowns, and senior running back Luke Ash finished with 143 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries.

The Timberwolves (7-2, 3-2) never trailed in the game.

Tigard's Nate Duenas scored twice in the game, including on a 50-yard first quarter punt return that tied the game 7-7.

No. 3-seeded Tualatin will host Grants Pass in the first round of the state playoffs, while Tigard will travel to No. 4-seeded Jesuit. Both games are scheduled for 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4.

Westview 37, Sunset 7

The Wildcats (4-5, 2-3), led by running back Jordan Fisher's 309 yards rushing and five touchdowns breezed to a win over host Sunset (4-5, 2-3).

The Apollos led 7-6 early in the first quarter following a Drew Nees four-yard touchdown run, but never saw Westview's endzone again, tallying just 106 yards of total offense.

Fisher's big rushing performance was his second 300-plus yard effort of the season and pushed his yearly total to 1,781 yards.

Senior Jaydon McBreen caught three balls for 71 yards for the Wildcats.

Westview will host Century in the Columbia Cup bracket at 7 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 4, while Sunset will travel to Sprague, also in the Columbia Cup.

Sherwood 20, Liberty 19

PMG PHOTO: JOHN LARIVIERE - Sherwood players celebrate a sack on a late Liberty 2-point conversion attempt that could've won the game for the Falcons. Sherwood earned a state playoff spot with the win, while Liberty will play in the Columbia Cup.The Bowmen (7-2, 5-0) clinched sole possession of the Pacific Conference title by stopping the Falcons (5-4, 3-2) on what would've been a potential game-winning two-point conversion play with 1:08 remaining.

The defensive stop was one of a handful of key defensive plays in the game for Sherwood, including three second-half fourth down stops.

Liberty quarterback Adrian Godinez-Orozco's 18-yard scoring pass to Parker Viner in the final minutes led to the failed Falcons two-point play.

Senior running back Nick Gribble led the Bowmen with 101 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries, while quarterback Kasen Covert and Elijah Douglass also ran for scores.

No. 8-seeded Sherwood will now host No. 9-seeded South Salem in the first round of the state playoffs, while Liberty will host Reynolds in the first round of the Columbia Cup.

Newberg 48, Glencoe 13

The Tigers (5-4, 2-3) ended a two-game losing streak and exorcised a stretch in which Newberg had lost four of their last five contests by rolling to an easy win over visiting Glencoe.

The Tide (2-7, 1-4) were playing without starting quarterback Trevor O'Leary who was injured during the team's game a week prior.

Newberg tallied 312 yards on the ground in the game and were led by Hudson Davis and Isaac Heveron who scored two touchdowns apiece.

Glencoe's Cayden Mack carried 38 times for 229 yards and two touchdowns for the Tide.

Newberg will host North Salem in a Columbia Cup game at 7 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 4.

Century 26, McMinnville 22

The visiting Jaguars earned their way into the Columbia Cup bracket with a come-from-behind road win over the Grizzlies (4-5, 2-3).

Century's Elijah Garcia rushed for 158 yards and two touchdowns on 31 carries, including the game-winner with 1:42 on the fourth quarter clock.

Jaguars quarterback Jonny Ellis completed 22 of 34 pass attempts for 166 yards, while junior Ethan Wedel led Century with five catches for 50 yards.

McMinnville running back Austin Rapp with 162 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. Rapp finished the regular season with 1,459 yards and 16 touchdowns rushing, averaging 162.1 yards per game.

Century will travel to Westview, while McMinnville will play at Jefferson, both in the Columbia Cup this Friday, Nov. 4.

Hood River Valley 41, Forest Grove 40

The Vikings' fleeting state playoffs hopes ended cruelly when a last second pass attempt fell to the turf in the Eagles' end zone, sending Hood River Valley to the postseason while ending the Vikes' 2022 campaign.

Forest Grove (3-6, 3-3) also lost a fumble deep in Eagles territory with 54 seconds remaining prior to their near final play heroics.

Hood River Valley scored their game-winner on a quarterback Davis Parr to receiver Shaw Burns 90-yard connection while trailing 40-34.

Parr finished with four touchdown passes, two apiece to Burns and MarKeith Harris.

Forest Grove quarterback Kaden Hale passed for three touchdowns and tallied nearly 400 yards of total offense, while running back Hunter Frohnert and receiver James Olberhelman each had touchdown catches for the Vikes.

Southridge 42, Centennial 6

The Skyhawks (6-3, 2-3) ended a three-game losing streak by defeating the winless Eagles (0-9, 0-7) at Southridge High School.

Southridge quarterback Jack Klee threw four touchdown passes, including two throws to Errol Moreland, Stone Flower and Alisjah Tucker.

PMG FILE PHOTO - Westview's Jordan Fisher during a game against Wilsonville early this season. Fisher ran for over 300 yards in the Wildcats' game against Sunset last Friday.Owen Ohtani also tallied 10 tackles for the Skyhawks, who failed to make the 5A state playoffs despite starting the season 5-0.

Hillsboro 28, Canby 14

The Spartans (5-4, 3-3) earned their way into the state playoffs thanks in part to three Canby (5-4, 2-3) fumbles.

Jaden Echeverria, Skyler Salzman and Preston Echeverria each scored touchdowns on the ground for Hillsboro, while receiver Nahum Chavez caught a 47-yard touchdown pass from Spartans quarterback Ian Ingram.

Canby's Tyler Konold amassed 257 total yards and scored touchdowns both on the ground and through the air for the Cougars who were eliminated from postseason play with the loss.

Hillsboro will play at No. 3-seeded Bend at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, at Bend High School.

Scappoose 34, Astoria 8

The Indians (7-2, 4-2) bounced-back from a three-point defeat to Tillamook a week prior with a relatively easy win over the winless Fishermen (0-9, 0-5).

The Scappoose defense had three interceptions and returned a blocked punt for a touchdown, while Joey Botsford recorded two sacks for the home Indians.

Sophomore quarterback Max Nowlin finished 23-for-27 for 221 yards and touchdown, while D'Angelo Macedo notched 102 yards on 13 carries rushing.

Trey Dieringer, Nowlin, Macedo, Colby Campbell all scored touchdowns for Scappoose, with Ben Rintoul catching seven balls for 106 yards.

No. 8-seeded Scappoose will host Marshfield in the 4A state playoffs' first round, with a potential matchup with top-seeded Mazama in the second round.

Seaside 32, St. Helens 16

Despite a 21-8 halftime deficit, the home Lions pulled to within a score when Skyler Bjornstrom rushed for a 65-yard second half touchdown but failed to get any closer in a conference loss to the visiting Seagulls.

Jake White scored four touchdowns for Seaside.

Banks 51, North Marion 6

The Braves (9-0, 6-0) successfully capped an undefeated regular season and a 2022 Coastal Range League championship campaign with a blowout win over the host Huskies (3-6, 2-4).

Junior running back Ashton Crossen rushed for 52 yards and three touchdowns, senior quarterback Christian Lyda competed six of his 10 pass attempts for 145 yards and two scores, and Jack Lyda and Max Walker each caught touchdown passes as the Braves clinched the 3A's No. 4-seed heading into the state playoffs.

Andrew Brown led Banks with five tackles, three of which were for-a-loss.

The six points scored were the first allowed by a Braves defense since Sept. 23, and were part of just 33 points the team allowed all season.

Banks—who outscored their opponents 302-33 this season—will host No. 13-seeded Sister at 6 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 4, at Hare Field in Hillsboro.

Rainier 18, Valley Catholic 0

Clatskanie 46, Gaston 38


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