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It's the fifth week of the prep football season; here's news from Portland, East Multnomah County, Sandy and Estacada.

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Here's some information from this week, March 29-April 3, and look for many more results at (and you can watch some games via YouTube and Oregon Sports Beat):


Monday's game

La Salle Prep 55, Putnam 0

Records: La Salle Prep 3-1, Putnam 1-3

Thursday's games

Sunset 31, Jesuit 14

Records: Sunset 5-0, Jesuit 2-3

Blanchet Catholic 42, Corbett 26

Records: Blanchet Catholic 2-3, Corbett 1-3

Friday's games

Century 48, McDaniel 6

Records: Century 4-1, McDaniel 1-4

Estacada 46, Crook County 19

Records: Estacada 4-1, Crook County 3-2

Sandy (1-3) at Southridge (1-3); canceled

Saturday's games

Southridge 34, David Douglas 7

Records: Southridge 2-3, David Douglas 1-2

Wells 54, Cleveland 0

Records: Wells 2-3, Cleveland 0-5

Lincoln 33, Roosevelt 19

Records: Lincoln 4-1, Roosevelt 1-4

Aloha 40, Franklin 20

Records: Aloha 3-2, Franklin 4-1

Central Catholic 14, Clackamas 7

Records: Central Catholic 5-0, Clackamas 3-2

Centennial 36, Parkrose 13

Records: Centennial 1-2, Parkrose 1-4

Redmond 34, La Salle Prep 24

Records: Redmond 4-1, La Salle Prep 2-2

Barlow 38, Reynolds 21

Records: Barlow 3-2, Reynolds 2-2

Grant 41, Jefferson 12

Records: Grant 3-2, Jefferson 2-3

Meanwhile, from the Gresham Outlook:

The Gresham High School Gopher football team won't be able to play the last two games of the season after a team member was exposed to the COVID-19 virus and the team was put in a 14 day precautionary quarantine.

Both the varsity and junior varsity teams will be in quarantine for two weeks and will miss games scheduled for April 3 and April 10.

"Unfortunately, the length of the quarantine dictated by public health authorities lasts through the end of the football season," the Gresham-Barlow School District said in a statement.

The quarantine is a precautionary measure to prevent future spread, Principal Drake Shelton said in a letter to Gopher families.

The Gophers' varsity team was scheduled to play David Douglas on Saturday.


The top two PIL teams met this week:

Grant (7-0-1) beat Lincoln (5-1-2) in boys play, 1-0.

Lincoln (8-1) beat Grant (5-2-1) in girls play, 3-2.

Meanwhile, three-time reigning 6A girls champ Jesuit (8-0-1) has outscored opponents 24-0, and extended its unbeaten streak to 67 matches, after beating Mountainside 1-0 Thursday. The Crusaders had beaten Mountainside in the 2019 state finale.

Catlin Gabel and Oregon Episcopal have played in the past five 3A/2A/1A girls state finals. After the teams tied in early March, Catlin Gabel beat OES 3-0 Thursday to move to 7-0-1. OES is 4-2-1.

The boys teams tied 2-2. OES is 7-0-1 and Catlin is 4-2-3


A big showdown looms as Central Catholic (11-0) plays at Jesuit, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Jesuit is also 11-0 heading into a Monday match with Canby.


From the OSAAToday's Jerry Ulmer:

Wilson junior Charlotte Richman has had an impressive season.

Richman won four of the five Portland Interscholastic League meets and finished first out of 41 runners in the Putnam COVID Classic on March 27.

Richman has made vast improvement from her sophomore season, when she was 15th in the PIL district meet and 53rd in the 6A championships. She ran a personal-best 18:07.7 in a PIL meet March 17 at Lents Park, well ahead of her top time of 19:25.9 from 2019.

She will race in the PIL district meet Saturday at Pier Park.

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