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PMG FILE PHOTO: ANDY DIECKHOFF - Wilsonville High School seniors Carter Cutting (left) and Mason Weisgerber (center) will look to lead the Wildcats to state during the NWOC Championships on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at Blue Lake Park in Fairview.

Here is what's on tap this week for the sports teams at Wilsonville High School.

Football

Friday, Oct. 28

Wilsonville 42, Putnam 14

Volleyball

Tuesday, Oct. 25

Wilsonville 3, Putnam 0 (27-25, 25-17, 25-19)

Saturday, Oct. 29

No. 16 Eagle Point at No. 1 Wilsonville, 2 p.m.

Boys soccer

Monday, Oct. 24

Wilsonville 4, Centennial 1

Thursday, Oct. 27

Wilsonville 7, Canby 1

Girls soccer

Thursday, Oct. 27

Wilsonville 4, Canby 0

Cross country

Wednesday, Oct. 26

Northwest Oregon Conference Championships

Boys varsity 5K, team scoring: 1. Wilsonville, 29 points; 2. Hood River Valley, 57; 3. Canby, 81; 4. La Salle Prep, 113; 5. Milwaukie, 145; 6. Centennial, 163; 7. Parkrose, 172; 8. Putnam, 232; 9. Hillsboro, 263. Boys varsity 5K, top 7 finishers: 1. Logan Law, Milwaukie, 15:04.9; 2. Mason Weisgerber, Wilsonville,15:44.7; 3. Carter Cutting, Wilsonville, 15:53.3; 4. Elliot Hawley, Hood River Valley, 15:54.0; 5. Marte Hailey, Parkrose, 16:06.3; 6. Maddox Oliver, Canby, 16:17.9; 7. Liam Wilde, Wilsonville, 16:39.4.

Girls varsity 5K, team scoring: 1. Hood River Valley, 43 points; 2. Putnam, 47; 3. Wilsonville, 61; 4. La Salle Prep, 63; 5. Canby, 143; 6. Centennial, 169. Girls varsity 5K, top 7 finishers: 1. Noemi Lundgren, Putnam, 19:08.2; 2. Maya Crimin, La Salle Prep, 19:20.3; 3. Phoebe Wood, Hood River Valley, 19:28.2; 4. Gabriella Salvione, Putnam, 19:32.4; 5. Olivia Nickson, Hood River Valley, 19:38.6; 6. Grace Flowerday, Putnam, 19:44.1; 7. Ella Milanovich, Wilsonville, 19:47.7.


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