Scappoose High School wins first Class 4A Oregonian Cup
Indians (3,050 points) dethrone defending champion Valley Catholic (2,580)
This was one of Scappoose High School's best years ever.
The Indians won the 2015-16 Class 4A Oregonian Cup its first which recognizes excellence in academics, activities and athletics and honors students, teachers, coaches and the community throughout the school year.
Qualifying for and finishing in state championships, top-10 academic ranks and sportsmanship receive points.
"We have a long-standing history of high finishes in this prestigious award," Scappoose High principal Jim Jones said. "We take a great deal of pride in this as it spotlights the overall commitments our school and community have made to athletics, activities and academics."
The Indians girls' soccer team won its second state championship in three years and sparked Scappoose High's 3,090 points ahead of North Bend (3,008.5) and reigning cup champion Valley Catholic (2,580).
Jesuit won its third Class 6A cup in a row and its 12th since the award's inception in 1999-2000.
Summit earned its fourth Class 5A cup in six years and its fifth since 2008-2009.
St. Mary's (Medford) claimed its Class 3A title, and Kennedy (Mt. Angel) received its first Class 2A crown.