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Jesuit, Westview and Tualatin roll, Sherwood and Mountainside pull upsets, plus more.

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Westview running back Jordan Fisher carries the ball during the Wildcats' 57-34 first round playoff win over Barlow Friday, Nov. 5, at Westview High School.Jesuit (9-1) wasted little time disposing of Liberty (6-4), scoring 49 first-half points en route to a 62-6 win over the Pacific Conference runners-up. The Crusaders' sophomore quarterback Jacob Hutchinson threw for 226 yards and three touchdowns, all to fellow sophomore Jace Burton who caught scores of 7, 51 and 79 yards — all in the first half. Jesuit had little problem running the ball as well, tallying 269 yards on the ground, led by Michael Rincon's 144 yards and two scores, along with Julius Christensen's 114 yards and two scores. Liberty was led by senior quarterback Hiro Diamond, who rushed for 151 yards and a score, while throwing for 47 yards.

Banks (9-1) defeated Hidden Valley 29-0, led by Jamar Flippen's 125 yards and a touchdown on just 15 carries. The shutout was the third for the Braves in their last four games and sixth overall on the season. Senior quarterback Cooper Gobel threw two touchdown passes in the game, one to Aaron Brown and another to Charlie White, and finished 9-of-16 for 173 yards. Logan Kind also returned an interception for a touchdown to put Banks ahead 13-0 late in the first half.

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Jesuit sophomore quarterback Jacob Hutchinson throws a ball from the pocket during the Crusaders' 62-6 win over Liberty in the first round of the state playoffs Friday night, Nov. 5, at Jesuit High School.Jordan Fisher ran wild for Westview (9-1), leading the Wildcats to a 57-34 win over Barlow. The junior rushed for 294 yards and six touchdowns, including a 93-yard scamper to get the scoring started for the home Wildcats. Barlow answered all three of Westview's initial scores but couldn't keep up with the potent Metro League runner-up in the second half. Westview quarterback Sam Leavitt completed 11 of 17 pass attempts for 202 yards and two scores, one each to Drew Bennett and Darrius Clemons. Barlow was led by running back Hunter MacDonald, who tallied four scores in defeat.

Tualatin (9-1) did what it was supposed to do in a 48-17 rout of No. 30-seeded Mountain View. Timberwolves quarterback Jackson Jones finished 13-for-17 for 253 yards and two touchdown passes, one each to A.J. Noland and Cole Prusia, and Malik Ross scored twice on his four rushing attempts. Tualatin also got a interception for a score, along with a touchdown run from Jack Wagner, who also tallied four tackles.

Mountainside (6-4) defeated No. 13-seeded Sprague 13-7. The home Olympians had scored more than 21 points in all but two of their games this season prior to their loss to the Mavericks, and were averaging 30 points per game. Mountainside has now won all of its last six contested games and will play No. 4-seeded Central Catholic this Friday at Hillsboro Stadium.

Roseburg got three Logan Klopfenstein first-half touchdown catches en route to a relatively easy 42-17 win over Tigard (3-7). Trailing 35-3 at the half, the Tigers scored twice to start the third quarter to cut the lead to 35-17, but the Indians responded, getting a 17-yard Cayden Eckel touchdown run to stem the Tigard tide and ultimately advance to the next round.

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Banks' Jamar Flippen runs around end during the Braves' 29-0 first round playoff win over Hidden Valley Friday night, Nov. 5, at Hare Field in Hillsboro.Gaston (7-2) advanced to the state playoffs for the first time in six years and made the most of it with a 28-12 win over No. 10-ranked Santiam. The Greyhounds will play No. 2-ranked Kennedy this Friday at Silverton High School. Gaston lost to Kennedy 34-6 in the season's opening week.

Sunset's season ended with a 31-18 loss to No. 8-ranked Clackamas. The Apollos — who started 4-1 — finished the year just 1-4, going 5-5 overall.

Sherwood's second-half-of-the-season run continued with a 51-32 first round win over No. 12-seeded Sandy. The Bowmen (6-4) have now won six games in a row after dropping their first four and will face No. 5-seeded West Salem this Friday.

OSAA State Playoffs Scores

First Round

6A

Lake Oswego 49, Newberg 40

McNary 37, N. Medford 7

Jesuit 62, Liberty 6

Clackamas 31, Sunset 18

W. Salem 42, Jefferson 0

Sherwood 51, Sandy 32

Mountainside 13, Sprague 7

C. Catholic 49, Oregon City 0

Tualatin 48, Mountain View 17

Westview 57, Barlow 34

Roseburg 42, Tigard 17

Summit 21, S. Medford 0

Sheldon 59, Roosevelt 24

Lakeridge 28, Grant 14

S. Salem 40, David Douglas 27

West Linn 35, Bend 13

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Liberty's Ethan Jones returns a kick during the Falcons' first round playoff game versus Jesuit Friday night, Nov. 5, at Jesuit High School.

5A

Wilsonville 42, Churchill 14

HR Valley 19, S. Albany 7

Thurston 31, Ridgeview 2

Canby 37, Lebanon 7

W. Albany 35, Scappoose 0

Dallas 7, Pendleton/Gris/Nix 6

N. Salem 27, Crater 11

Silverton 42, McKay 7

4A

Marshfield 43, Madras 0

Mazama 42, N. Eugene 0

Banks 29, Hidden Valley 0

Estacada 37, Stayton 0

La Grande 34, Gladstone 12

Cascade 67, Astoria 24

2A

Jefferson 12, Knappa 6

Coquille 44, Monroe 0

Lakeview 59, Grant Union 6

Bandon 16, Oakland 12

Kennedy 38, Nestucca 0

Gaston 29, Santiam 12


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