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High school sports schedule for the coming week, along with results from the past week, standings and more

SCHEDULE

Football

Oct. 5

Wilsonville at Scappoose, 7 p.m.

Cleveland at St. Helens, 7 p.m.

Volleyball

Oct. 6

Scappoose, St. Helens, The Dalles at St. Helens tournament, 8 a.m.

Oct. 9

St. Helens at Scappoose, 6:45 p.m.

Girls soccer

Oct. 9

Scappoose at Hillsboro, 7 p.m.

St. Helens at Parkrose, 4:30 p.m.

Boys soccer

Oct. 9

Hillsboro at Scappoose, 4:15 p.m.

Parkrose at St. Helens, 7 p.m.

Cross country

Oct. 10

Scappoose, St. Helens, Hillsboro, Milwaukie at McCormick Park, 3:30 p.m.

RESULTS

Football

Sept. 28

SCAPPOOSE 49, St. Helens 25

Volleyball

Sept 27

WILSONVILLE 3, Scappoose 0

19-25, 18-25, 17-25

Parkrose 3, ST. HELENS 2

22-25, 27-25, 25-11, 16-25, 11-25

Oct. 1

SCAPPOOSE 3, Hillsboro 0

25-7, 25-17, 25-22

St. Helens 3, MILWAUKIE 0

25-18, 25-21, 25-5

Oct. 3

Scappoose 3, MILWAUKIE 0

25-17, 25-11, 25-14

ST. HELENS 3, Hillsboro 0

25-14, 25-6, 25-22

Girls soccer

Oct. 2

WILSONVILLE 5, Scappoose 1

ST. HELENS 3, Putnam 2

Boys soccer

Oct. 2

Wilsonville 3, SCAPPOOSE 1

PUTNAM 12, St. Helens 1

Cross country

Scappoose and St. Helens competed in the Sept. 29 Nike Portland XC at Portland Meadows, one of the top events of the season.

• For the Scappoose boys, freshman Rowen Suchoski lowered his PR at 5,000 meters by 4.5 seconds, finishing in 17 minutes, 31.6 seconds (18th in the Division 3 varsity competition). Freshman Luke Suchoski was second for the Tribe in 17:44.3 (33rd overall). Junior Gustavo Villalvazo ran 18:38.9. Five other Indians boys also turned in PRs, with sophomore Griffin Barron's 18:58.2 a drop by nearly 21 seconds.

• Junior Cooper Montgomery led the St. Helens boys in 18:02.6. Junior Evan Garrison was next for the Lions in 18:25.4. Senior Cash Lapping turned in a PR 18:47.0.

• Scappoose's 1-2 punch in the girls 5K race came from freshman Sydney Hanke (PR 20:45.5) and senior Anne Morud (PR 22:24.1). Hanke was 15th in the D3 varsity race and lowered her time by more than a minute in her second go at the distance.

• For the St. Helens girls, senior Mackenzie Trainer was out front, finishing in 20:23.3 in just her second start of the season. She placed seventh in the D3 varsity run. Then came Lions senior Cheyenne Trainer (21:02.9, 27th), freshman Hannah Hayduk (21:26.3, 37th) and senior Kaitlyn Silva (21:52.8, 57th).

PREP STANDINGS

(through Oct. 3)

Football

5A Special District 1

West Division

Wilsonville 3-0 (5-0)

Scappoose 3-1 (4-1)

Forest Grove 2-2 (3-2)

Wilson 2-2 (2-3)

St. Helens 2-2 (2-3)

Hillsboro 1-3 (1-4)

Cleveland 1-3 (1-4)

Volleyball

NWOC

Wilsonville 11-0 (14-1)

La Salle Prep 9-2 (10-6)

Putnam 8-3 (9-5)

St. Helens 6-5 (7-7)

Scappoose 5-6 (7-7)

Parkrose 3-8 (6-10)

Milwaukie 1-10 (1-11)

Hillsboro 1-10 (1-12)

Girls soccer

Overall

St. Helens 1-0 (5-3-1)

La Salle Prep 1-0 (3-4-1)

Wilsonville 1-0 (3-6-0)

Milwaukie 1-0 (1-5-1)

Scappoose 0-1 (4–4-0)

Putnam 0-1 (2-5-1)

Parkrose 0-1 (2–5-0)

Hillsboro 0-1 (2–6-0)

Boys soccer

Overall

La Salle Prep 1-0 (7-0-1)

Milwaukie 1-0 (4-4-0)

Wilsonville 1-0 (3-4-2)

Putnam 1-0 (3-4-1)

Parkrose 0-1 (4-4-0)

Hillsboro 0-1 (1–5-0)

Scappoose 0-1 (1–7-0)

St. Helens 0-1 (0–8-0)

PHOTO COURTESY: ST. HELENS HIGH - Athletes of the month for September 2018 at St. Helens High are, from left: Shawn Le, football; Amanda Nichols, girls soccer: Karli Cupp, volleyball; and Regan Toman, boys soccer.LION AWARDS

These are the St. Helens High Athletes of the Month for September, as chosen by the staff from each program: Shawn Le, football; Amanda Nichols, girls soccer; Karli Cupp, volleyball; and Regan Toman, boys soccer.

COLLEGE SPORTS

Natalie Muth

University of Portland

soccer

A junior defender from Scappoose High, she assisted Taryn Ries in the 65th minute on the first goal of her hat trick in the Pilots' 4-1 win at San Diego on Sept. 27. The Pilots have split their two league matches and are 8-5-0 overall.

Linnaea Kavulich

Portland State

cross country

A freshman from Scappoose, she finished 38th overall out of nearly 200 runners at the Sept. 29 Charles Bowles Invitational in Salem. She covered the 5K course in 18 minutes, 20.6 seconds, one second behind teammate Delaney White. Kavulich fourth among the No. 6 runners from the 22 teams. Portland State placed third with 97 points.

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