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It's week four of the prep football season, and here's info on Portland, East Multnomah County, Sandy and Estacada.

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Here's some information from this week, March 22-27, and look for many more results at (and you can watch some games via YouTube and Oregon Sports Beat):


Saturday games

Lincoln 33, Cleveland 0

Records: Lincoln 3-1, Cleveland 0-4

Franklin 23, Roosevelt 8

Records: Franklin 4-0, Roosevelt 1-3

The Dalles 34, Wells 0

Records: The Dalles 2-1, Wells 1-3

Barlow 28, Gresham 0

Records: Barlow 2-2, Gresham 1-3

Reynolds 43, Centennial 32

Records: Reynolds 2-1, Centennial 0-2

Westview 7, Jefferson 6

Records: Westview 2-2, Jefferson 2-2

Central Catholic 35, Grant 21

Records: Central Catholic 4-0, Grant 2-2

Thursday game

Wilsonville 35, David Douglas 6

Records: Wilsonville 4-0, David Douglas 1-1

Friday games

Jesuit 21, Mountainside 14, OT

Records: Jesuit 2-2, Mountainside 2-2

Parkrose 12, McDaniel 6

Records: Parkrose 1-3, McDaniel 1-3

Estacada 36, Astoria 6

Records: Estacada 3-1, Astoria 2-2

Clackamas 35, Sandy 0

Records: Clackamas 3-1, Sandy 1-3

Corbett (1-2) at Rainier (1-1); cancelled

La Salle Prep (2-1) at Putnam (1-2); cancelled, Falcons' COVID-19 protocol


• Lincoln and Grant, the top two teams in the PIL in boys soccer and girls soccer, are scheduled to settle PIL supremacy on March 30. The girls game is slated for 4 p.m. at Delta Park. The boys game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Jefferson High.

• News from the OSAAToday's Jerry Ulmer:

Sherwood boys coach Monty Hawkins is helping to turn back the clock for high school soccer in Oregon as the catalyst for a series of 6A matches at Providence Park during the culminating week.

Sherwood, Jesuit, Lincoln and Clackamas boys and girls teams each will play matches April 5 and 7 at the stadium.

"I think it's pretty cool, during COVID, for the kids to get the opportunity to play in an MLS and WSL stadium," Hawkins said. "It's really been the centerpiece of soccer in Oregon for the last 40 years."

Hawkins said that any plans to organize a 6A bracket as a championship tournament were "too pretentious" considering many 6A schools are under district travel restrictions.


Metro League: Jesuit 6-0-1

Mt. Hood Conference: Centennial 5-1, Sandy 4-3-1, Central Catholic 4-1-1, David Douglas 3-5, Barlow 2-3-3, Gresham 2-4-1, Reynolds 1-4-1,

PIL: Grant 6-0, Lincoln 5-0-2, Wells 3-2-3, Franklin 3-1-2, Cleveland 4-2-2, Roosevelt 2-4-1, McDaniel 1-4-2, Benson 0-7

5A Northwest League: La Salle Prep 5-1-1, Parkrose 2-3-2

4A Tri-Valley League: Estacada 4-2-2


Metro League: Jesuit 6-0-1

Mt. Hood Conference: Centennial 5-3, Central Catholic 4-3-1, Barlow 4-2-1 (beat Tualatin, 2-1, 3/26), David Douglas 3-5, Sandy 2-5, Gresham 1-6, Reynolds 0-7

PIL: Lincoln 6-1, Grant 4-1-1, Roosevelt 3-3, McDaniel 2-3-2, Wells 2-4-1, Cleveland 1-3-2, Franklin 0-4-1

Three Rivers League: St. Mary's Academy 6-0-1

5A Northwest League: La Salle Prep 5-2, Parkrose 0-6

4A Tri-Valley League: Estacada 1-4-2, Corbett 0-5-1


Metro League: Jesuit 8-0

Mt. Hood Conference: Central Catholic 9-0, Sandy 7-2, Barlow 5-4, Gresham 4-5, Reynolds 34-5, David Douglas 2-7, Centennial 0-9

PIL: Lincoln 9-0, Wells 6-2, Grant 4-3, Cleveland 3-3, Jefferson 2-4, Madison 1-2, Franklin 1-3, Roosevelt 0-7, Benson 0-1

Three Rivers League: St. Mary's Academy 0-7

5A Northwest League: La Salle Prep 6-1, Parkrose 4-2

4A Tri-Valley League: Corbett 8-2, Estacada 2-6


From the OSAAToday's Jerry Ulmer:

A season-ending 6A cross country meet appears to be coming to fruition. Coaches Eric Dettman of Lincoln and Thor Esbensen of Wilson are the catalysts behind a plan to bring the top 6A runners together for a meet at Rose City Golf Course in Portland on April 10.

"We're super excited about it," Dettman said. "It's the heavy hitters of Oregon."

Many 6A teams have been limited by district travel restrictions this season, but Dettman said that schools in Salem and southern Oregon have received the green light for the meet, and schools in Eugene are working on gaining permission.

"Summit is the only school that's having a little bit of travel issues," Dettman said of the Storm, who have won 12 consecutive girls state titles, 10 in 5A and the last two in 6A. "So we might turn it into a quote-unquote club championship, but I don't think we're going to do that, because we want it to be a high school meet."

Dettman said that a group of 6A coaches will finalize the field. At this point, the plan is to invite 12 teams and 20 individual qualifiers. The girls race is scheduled for 2 p.m., followed by the boys at 3 p.m. Athletic Timing will work the meet, which will be the first cross country event at Rose City.

• From Ulmer: Two of the state's top 6A boys programs went head-to-head last week at Tualatin Hills Recreation Center, with Jesuit outscoring Central Catholic 22-37.

Central Catholic sophomore Wesley Shipsey took individual honors, however, winning in 15:12.8, a 20-second personal best. He edged Jesuit senior Jack Bennett (15:13.9), who recorded a 30-second personal best.

Jesuit's girls dominated the Rams 16-47 behind junior Chloe Foerster, who ran 16:53.0 to win by more than two minutes. Foerster was fourth in the 6A meet as a sophomore.

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