Friday's top five: A look back at the five biggest high school football games from Week Four
Check out wins by Central Catholic, Tualatin, Beaverton, Century and Tigard
There is no turning off, holding back or dampening great high school football in Oregon.
Despite Friday night's rain, the football was as hot as ever in the 2015 high school football season, with league play rolling along in all six of the state's six Class 6A conferences.
And since there was all that great gridiron action to see at the Class 5A, 4A and 3A levels, too, by the way Community Newspapers' sports editors, reporters and photographers raced out to document a bunch of it.
Among the 13 games covered by Community Newspapers, 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 Sports tab to see it, just hover over the Sports tab on all our websites.
Two-time defending 6A champ Central Catholic served notice that it is still a giant among the state's football powers with a 42-6 win over previously unbeaten Centennial on Friday night.
Tualatin beat perennial power Lake Oswego 27-14 at Tualatin High School for its fourth straight win of 2015 after going 0-9 in 2014.
The Century football team demonstrated just how well-rounded it can be on Friday night, when it put its foot to the gas early Friday night and didnt let up in a 44-7 victory against city rival Glencoe at Hare Field.
Coming up with critical stops at crucial times and humming along offensively, thanks to a progressively potent passing attack with Sam Noyer at the helm, Beaverton carved out a signature 45-35 victory over Westview that could go a long way to giving validity to its Metro hopes.
The Tigard High School football team picked up its first win of the season on Friday, powering to a 38-17 win over Canby in a Three Rivers League game played at Canby High School.