Friday's top five: A look back at the five biggest high school football games from Week Five
Check out wins by Sherwood, Scappoose, Clackamas, Molalla and Jesuit
In Week Five of the 2015 high school football season, there was absolutely no "weak five."
Indeed, it's time for a look back at Friday's Top Five.
League play rolled along in all six of the state's six Class 6A conferences, and there was great gridiron action to see at the Class 5A, 4A and 3A levels, too. And Community Newspapers' sports editors, reporters and photographers raced out to document a bunch of it.
Among the 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 Football tab to see it, just hover over the Sports tab on all our websites.
The Sherwood football team, standing strong on defense and, after a bit of a slow start, rolling on offense, sprinted to a 45-14 victory over Tualatin in a Three Rivers League battle of unbeatens played Friday at Sherwood High School.
Playing as the No. 1 team in the Class 4A power rankings for the first time this season, the Banks Braves committed three first-half turnovers and never really found their footing against No. 9 Scappoose. The 30-14 result knocked Banks from the ranks of the undefeated and left the two conference rivals with matching 4-1 overall records, but at 2-0 in Cowapa League play, it is Scappoose that now occupies the drivers seat for the league title.
The Clackamas Cavaliers gained a few more believers Friday night as they knocked off fourth-ranked Centennial 38-22 in a Mt. Hood Conference football game that was nowhere near as close as the final score might indicate.
Molallas Dalton Kibbons scored the go-ahead touchdown on a nine-yard pass from Austin Alexander late in the third quarter, and Drew Vandenbroeder scored on a 19-yard run with 6:23 remaining to lift the Indians to a 27-22 victory over Crook County at Heckard Field in Friday nights Tri-Valley Conference opener.
Jesuit, playing on the road for the third time in four weeks, was no-nonsense and succinct on Friday against Westview, snapping off five touchdown drives on five first-half possessions to build a 35-0 halftime lead and eventually ease to a 49-7 win over the Wildcats at Westview High School.