Week Six's top five: A look back at the five biggest high school football games from last week
Now that and by that we're referring to Week Six of the high school football season was some great football.
League play continued across the state and brought with it a ton of great gridiron action, including three huge results in the ultra-competitive Three Rivers League.
Even better, Community Newspapers was there to document a bunch of it.
Among the 16 games covered by Community Newspapers' sports editors, reporters and photographers on Friday night, there were some absolutely huge results that will continue to shape the state's power rankings for weeks to come.
In case you may have missed some of these landmark scores, here's a look back at Friday night's top five. You can see all our coverage by clicking on the new Prep Football tab to see it, just hover over the Sports tab on all our websites.
Sherwood went on the road and rallied from an early two-touchdown deficit, got a clutch interception return for a TD and came up with one final stop in the red zone for a 39-35 victory over West Linn on Friday.
The Oregon City Pioneers gained more than a few believers last Thursday night, as they treated a large football homecoming crowd to a 62-14 drubbing of longtime rival Clackamas. Both the outcome and the margin of victory were a surprise to many, because Clackamas entered the game with a perfect 5-0 record and a third-in-state ranking, while Oregon City came into the game at 3-2 and ranked 22nd.
Beaverton beats Sunset 22-7 to stay perfect in Metro League play
Beaverton, hosting Sunset with second place in the Metro League on the line Friday night, held the Apollos scoreless for the first 46 minutes and 42 seconds of their game at Beaverton High School and used that performance to beat Sunset 22-7.
Tigard rushed for 515 yards and, without throwing a single pass in the second half, powered its way to a 45-38 win over Lake Oswego on Friday at Lake Oswego High School.
Scio did what Scio does best run the ball, and run it with authority as the top-ranked Loggers bombarded Colton 76-20 in a PacWest Conference blowout at Colton High School on Friday.