With the win, the second-ranked Cavaliers advance to face Lake Oswego or South Medford in the finale

REVIEW PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Clackamas' Kelsen Hennessy (center) celebrates during his team's 52-7 win over Tigard in the Class 6A state semifinals on Friday at Hillsboro Stadium.If there were any doubts about the Clackamas football team, the Cavaliers erased those big-time on Friday.

Unbeaten second-ranked Clackamas sprinted past sixth-ranked Three Rivers League co-champion Tigard in impressive fashion in Friday's first Class 6A state semifinal, beating the Tigers 52-7 at Hillsboro Stadium and earning their first-ever berth to the state championship game.

With the win, Mt. Hood Conference champion Clackamas improved to 13-0 overall and earned a berth in next week's state championship game. There, the Rams will face either No. 1 Lake Oswego (11-1 overall after a Three Rivers League co-championship) or No. 5 South Medford (11-1 overall after a Southwest Conference championship) on Dec. 2, at either Reser Stadium in Corvallis or Hillsboro Stadium.

Tigard, meanwhile, finished 10-3 overall after a Three Rivers League co-championship.

Following is, in order, a Tweet-by-Tweet replay of the game's biggest moments by Times sports editor Dan Brood and Clackamas Review sports editor Jim Beseda. Check back later today for a complete game story and more photos.

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