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OCT. 27: Winners include Grant, Sherwood, Cleveland, Jesuit, Central Catholic

Each Friday night during high school football season, LocalNewsDaily.com brings you up-to-the-minute scores from games played across the region.

Check the ScoreTracker throughout the night and read the related Prep Sports stories for league info and in-depth accounts of the night's action.

Tonight's games


Grant 38, LINCOLN 17

FRANKLIN 41, Benson 0


ROOSEVELT 59, Madison 7

Jefferson 50, MARSHALL 12


CLEVELAND 17, Wilson 14


Jesuit 51, WESTVIEW 7

Southridge 24, BEAVERTON 6

Sunset 12, ALOHA 6


Central Catholic 42, SANDY 14

DAVID DOUGLAS 41, Hood River Valley 27

Barlow 41, CENTENNIAL 23

Gresham 14, REYNOLDS 10


LAKERIDGE 34, Milwaukie 27

Clackamas 26, PUTNAM 14

WEST LINN 42, Oregon City 7

Lake Oswego 21, W. SALEM 16


Tigard 10, TUALATIN 7

McMinnville 38, NEWBERG 21

CANBY 35, Forest Grove 7


CENTURY 32, Parkrose 14

Sherwood 17, WILSONVILLE 14

Glencoe 24, ST. HELENS 21

HILLSBORO 49, Liberty 13



Regis 41, ESTACADA 0

Knappa 28, GASTON 7

Riverdale 35, Neah-Kah-Nie 6

Molalla 22, GLADSTONE 14

La Salle 40, NORTH MARION 14

FRANKLIN 41, Benson 0 - The Quakers beat the tar out of the Techsters. Three plays into the game running back Jose Herrera bolted 43 yards for a touchdown. He would finish the night with 13 carries for 151 yards and two total scores. On Benson's first possession, safety Brett Jurgenson snaked an interception for a touchdown from 29 yards out. The Techmen had a complete power outage finishing the game with six turnovers. Franklin's quarterback MacIan Epley completed nine of 16 passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns, both to wide receiver Dustin Davis who caught four balls for 85 yards.

Barlow 41, CENTENNIAL 23 - Barlow defensive back Tyler Mandeville pulled down two interceptions to set up scoring drives in the third quarter, as the Bruins pulled away in the second half. Barlow built a 27-10 lead late in the third quarter when Corey Smoot got behind the defense for a 51-yard touchdown pass from Alex Hymel.

With the win, Barlow locks up the No. 3 playoff spot out of the Mount Hood Conference. However, the state's leading rusher Malcolm Johnson sprained his knee on the final play before halftime and spent the second half on the bench.

Central Catholic 42, SANDY 14 - The Rams locked up first place in the Mount Hood Conference with the win, led by Jaden Kaufman with four touchdowns and 178 yards rushing. Central can complete a perfect run through the league with a win against Centennial at PGE Park next week. The Rams built a 35-0 lead by the end of the third quarter before Sandy scored a pair of late touchdowns.

David Douglas 41, HOOD RIVER VALLEY 27 - The Scots wrapped up the No. 2 seed going into the playoffs. Further results were not reported.

CORBETT 47, Chemawa 0 - Corbett scored on its first seven possessions and took a 41-0 lead into halftime. Kevin Greenslade broke loose for a pair of early touchdown runs to set the tone in the nonleague win.