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Local schools Tigard, Tualatin, Southridge, Banks and Mountainside all remain undefeated.

PMG PHOTO: JOHNATHAN HOUSE - Sunset sophomore receiver Andrew Knight runs around end during the Apollos' game against Lakeridge Friday night, Sept. 23, at Sunset High School.Tualatin 36, Westview 15

The Timberwolves improved to 4-0 on the season thanks in part to quarterback Jack Wagner's four touchdown passes, two of which went to both tight end Richie Anderson and receiver A.J. Noland. Defensively, Tualatin bowed-up, holding standout Westview running back Jordan Fisher to just 64 yards on 20 carries.

Tualatin travels to Lakeridge this week, while Westview (1-3) hosts Mountainside.

Jesuit 42, Sherwood 0

The Crusaders made a big statement and bounced-back beautifully from a rough Week 3 defeat to West Linn in a route of the No. 9-ranked Bowmen at Sherwood High School.

Jace Burton led the way for Jesuit, catching eight passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns, while running backs Noah Staley and Payton Roth tallied a combined 201 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries.

Tigard 40, Liberty 7

The visiting Falcons of Hillsboro scored on their first possession, but it was all Tigard from there as five different Tigers scored touchdowns, including Reese Hare who took one of three Tigard interceptions to the house.

The Tigers' Nate Duenas caught two TD passes in the game, while Jake Feist, Konnor Grant and Luke Davis all reached paydirt.

This week Tigard travels to Oregon City, while Liberty hosts Glencoe.

Mountainside 49, Newberg 28

A close game early went the Mavericks' way late as the home Mavs pulled away from Newberg (3-1) in a comfortable three-score win.

Mountainside (4-0) was led by quarterback Alex Ingalls who finished 10-of-13 for 181 yards and two touchdowns, while running for another.

Mavericks sophomore receiver Brayden Boe caught a 79 yard scoring pass from Ingalls.

Newberg's Isaac Heveron carried 15 times for 107 yards and two scores in defeat.

Lakeridge 42, Sunset 14

The Pacers improved to 2-2 on the season with a relatively easy win over Metro League Sunset, riding the arm of quarterback Ryan Oliver who three for 351 yards and five touchdowns on 40-of-54 pass attempts.

Junior tight end Joey Olsen caught two scoring throws from Oliver.

The Lakeridge defense held the Apollos (2-2) to just 147 total yards.

Century 39, Aloha 0

Century (2-2) running back Elijah Garcia scored on runs of 15 and 16 yards as one of three Jaguar players to score two touchdowns in the game.

Avery Williams and Aydin Ellis also scored twice, with Williams' first score coming on a 76-yard toss from quarterback Jonny Ellis who tallied four touchdown passes in the game.

Aloha's (0-4) offensive woes continued, as they suffered their second shutout of the season and have scored just 20 total points in four games.

Oregon City 57, Beaverton 20

Oregon City's Ben Schneider threw for four touchdowns and Marcus Jordan caught two touchdown passes and ran for two more in the Pioneers' (3-1) blowout win over the Beavers (0-4).

Redmond 21, Glencoe 20

Glencoe (1-3) fell behind 21-7 at the half but battled back to with a point with 3:30 remaining before a holding penalty wiped-away a potential lead-changing two-point attempt and forced the to watch as the home Panthers (2-2) milked the final minutes off the clock.

Redmond's Kyle Littlejohn finished with more than 100 yards rushing for the Panthers.

Southridge quarterback Jack Klee threw for three touchdowns, including to one apiece to Stone Flower, Alisjah Tucker and Matthew Nichols, helping the Skyhawks (4-0) to a last second 24-21 win over Mountain View.

The Skyhawks' Rowen Miner kicked a 20 yard field goal with but 10 seconds on the fourth quarter clock to secure the road win over the Cougars of Bend.

Mountain View was led by Ben Yundt who rushed 13 times for 72 yards and a touchdown.

Hood River Valley 21, Forest Grove 8

The Vikings' woes continued as the Eagles forced four Forest Grove turnovers en route to the 13-point road defeat.

Hood River Valley's MarKeith Harris tallied a touchdown catch and interception for the Eagles who also got two rushing scores from Shaw Burns.

Forest Grove (0-4) quarterback Kaden Hale tied the game 8-8 in the third quarter before consecutive Eagles interceptions led to touchdowns on the ensuing possessions.

Hillsboro 35, Centennial 0

Hilhi's Preston Echeverria scored twice and quarterback Ian Ingram threw two scoring passes to Preston Doran and Jaden Echeverria, helping the Spartans (3-1) to their third win in four tries this season.

The two-headed quarterback tandem of Ingram and junior Calvin Perkins combined for more than 200 yards passing, and Perkins added an 11-yard touchdown run.

Dylan Ott led the Sparts in tackles with 12.

Scappoose 53, Madras 6

Colby Campbell caught three touchdown passes from quarterback Max Nowlin and running back Trey Dieringer ran for three more as the Indians (3-1) ran roughshod over the previously undefeated White Buffaloes (3-1).

D' Angelo Macedo Becker also notched a rushing touchdown, while Trey Fuller and Eli Harrah each recorded an interception.

St. Helens 62, Fort Vancouver 22

In all, seven players recorded touchdowns for the visiting Lions (2-2) who dominated the offensive line en route to their blowout nonleague win.

With the win St. Helens evened their record in the win/loss column and will now brace for a road game against Astoria Friday, Sept. 30, at CMH Field in Astoria.

Banks 42, Pleasant Hill 6

Braves quarterback Christian Lyda finished 17-of-25 for 252 yards and two touchdowns, while receiver Jack Lyda caught seven balls for 194 yards and a score in a relatively easy nonleague road win at Pleasant Hill (3-1).

Banks (4-0)—who's sits atop the OSAA's 3A rankings—got 48 yards and three touchdowns rushing from Ashton Crossen, and defenders Andrew Brown and Luke Bigsby combined for 13 tackles—including three for a loss—in the victory.

Toledo 40, Gaston 20

Warrenton 43, Valley Catholic 0

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