It's the final week of the 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, April 5-9, and look for many more results at (and you can watch some games via YouTube and Oregon Sports Beat):


Thursday's games

Corbett 40, Taft 0

Records: Corbett 2-3, Taft 0-3

Oregon City (0-5) at David Douglas (1-2); canceled

Friday's games (all at 7 p.m.)

Sunset 38, Central Catholic 31, OT

Records/note: Sunset 6-0, Central Catholic 5-1; the Rams rallied to force overtime, thanks to the play of WR Jordan King (late TD reception), RB Ellis Bynum (two long TD runs) and others, but the Apollos scored on Caleb Kim's 1-yard TD run in overtime, and Sunset's defense held for the win. Info is from OSAA's Jerry Ulmer, and watch for his story at and information on Twitter, @jerryulmer. Sunset finished unbeaten, as did West Linn, which topped Newberg 33-7 in the other premier game of the season's final week.

Jefferson (2-3) at Jesuit (2-3); canceled

La Salle Prep 42, Ridgeview 40

Records: La Salle Prep 4-2, Ridgeview 2-4

Wilsonville 24, Barlow 20

Records: Wilsonville 6-0, Barlow 3-3

Glencoe 39, Franklin 0

Records: Glencoe 3-3, Franklin 4-2

Mountainside 17, Grant 7

Records: Mountainside 3-3, Grant 3-3

Lincoln 25, Century 14

Records: Lincoln 5-1, Century 4-2

Estacada 28, Lebanon 26

Records/note: Estacada 5-1, Lebanon 1-5; the Rangers won their fifth consecutive game after an opening loss at Gladstone, in which they rallied to make it close in the fourth quarter.

Parkrose 31, McDaniel 26

Records: Parkrose 2-4, McDaniel 1-5

Scappoose 41, Roosevelt 14

Records: Scappose 4-2, Roosevelt 1-5

Reynolds (2-2) at Thurston (4-1); canceled

Wells (2-3) no game.

Note: Centennial, Gresham and Sandy had to end their seasons because of COVID-19 protocols.


Boys records

PIL: Grant 9-0-1, Lincoln 8-1-2, Cleveland 6-2-4, Franklin 5-2-4, Wells 5-2-4, Roosevelt 3-6-1, McDaniel 1-7-2, Benson 0-9.

Mt. Hood records: Clackamas 9-2, Centennial 8-2, Central Catholic 7-1-2, Sandy 5-5-1, David Douglas 4-5-1, Gresham 3-5-2, Reynolds 1-7-2, Barlow 2-4-5.

Metro: Jesuit 9-1-1.

5A Northwest: La Salle Prep 7-2-2, Parkrose 3-3-3.

4A Tri-Valley: Estacada 4-3-2.

3A/2A/1A top records: Oregon Episcopal 7-0-2, De La Salle North Catholic 7-3, Catlin Gabel 6-2-3, Riverdale 5-3-2.

Girls records

PIL: Lincoln 9-2, Grant 8-2-1, Wells 4-4-2, Cleveland 3-5-2, Roosevelt 4-5, McDaniels 3-4-3, Franklin 1-6-2.

Mt. Hood: Clackamas 6-4-1, Centennial 6-4, Central Catholic 6-3-2, Barlow 6-3-1, Sandy 3-6, David Douglas 3-8, Gresham 2-8, Reynolds 0-9.

Metro: Jesuit 10-0-1.

Three Rivers: St. Mary's Academy 6-3-2.

5A Northwest: La Salle Prep 7-3-1, Parkrose 1-8,

4A Tri-Valley: Estacada 3-5-3, Corbett 2-6-1.

3A/2A/1A top records: Catlin Gabel 9-0-1, Oregon Episcopal 6-1-2, Westside Christian 6-3-1.


Jesuit won the showdown with Central Catholic, 3-1, on Tuesday, finishing the match with dominating games: 25-17, 20-25, 25-9, 25-7. The Crusaders (14-0) also topped Canby and West Linn this week; they beat the Lions, 3-0, by scores of 27-25, 25-12, 25-17.

Jesuit lost four sets all season.

On Monday, West Linn topped Central Catholic 3-1, by scores of 25-17, 25-14, 24-26, 25-16. The Rams finished 11-2.


PIL: Lincoln 14-1, Grant 7-5, Wells 7-7, Franklin 5-5, Cleveland 5-7, Jefferson 3-7, McDaniel 3-6, Roosevelt 1-10, Benson 0-1.

Mt. Hood: Central Catholic 11-2, Sandy 9-3, Clackamas 7-4, Barlow 6-6, Reynolds 6-6, Gresham 6-7, David Douglas 3-9, Centennial 1-11.

Metro: Jesuit 14-0.

Three Rivers: St. Mary's 1-8.

5A Northwest: La Salle Prep 10-3, Parkrose 8-4.

4A Tri-Valley: Corbett 10-3, Estacada 3-9.

3A Lewis & Clark: Catlin Gabel 10-3, Oregon Episcopal 7-6, Portland Adventist 4-7, De La Salle North Catholic 2-10, Riverdale 0-12. 2A top records: Columbia Christian 10-2, Portland Christian 8-5.



Charlie Robertson of Franklin won the PIL district meet boys race at Pier Park last weekend, finishing the 5,000 meters in 15:17.40, ahead of Giuliano Scasso of Wells (15:27.70), teammate Charlie North (15:28.80) and Mateo Althouse of Lincoln (15:29.70).

Franklin claimed five of the top nine spots and scored 27 points to 44 for second-place Lincoln.

Charlotte Richman of Wells continued her domination in 2021 with a victory in the PIL girls race. She won the 5,000 in 18:05.10, way ahead of Franklin's Autumn Ost (18:20.10) and Kaiya Robertson (18:33.20) and teammate Sylvia Ingram (18:36.00). Wells had 39 points to edge Lincoln (44) and Franklin (45).

Mt. Hood Conference

The Barlow boys and Clackamas girls shined during the Mt. Hood cross country district meet Thursday, hosted by Centennial High School.

In the 5,000-meter boys race, it was a pair of Bruins who took the top spots. Senior Evan Delacruz won the meet with a time of 16:45.60, followed closely by junior teammate Parker Waugh, 16:51.30.

Rounding out the boys' top-five were: junior Cole Lewis, Clackamas, 17:16.20; sophomore Braydon Lee, Barlow, 17:36.20; and junior Luke Lehman, Centennial, 17:40.40.

The Barlow boys won the team competition (32 points) followed by Clackamas (46) and Reynolds (82).

Clackamas junior Jasmine Fletcher won the 5,000-meter girls race in 21:21.70. Following her were: junior Emily Powers, Barlow, 21:32.30; sophomore Alyssa Stumbo, Barlow, 21:36.80; freshman Madeline Pizzuti, Clackamas, 21:58.50; and freshman Zoe Vanderwal, Central Catholic, 22:05.40.

The Clackamas girls won the meet (38) closely followed by Barlow (40) and Central Catholic (45).

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