High School Weekend Wrap-up



After Mazama scored 24 straight points to erase Klamath Union’s 19-6 halftime lead in last Friday’s Canal Bowl, KU regained the lead 33-30 after touchdowns on a 67-yard fake punt pass and a 30-yard Gabe Ovgard run. Mazama then drove to the KU two-yard-line before the final play of the game.

From the Bi-Mart Game of the Week broadcast/The Sports Legend, ESPN 960

Klamath Union won 33-30, beating Mazama for a third consecutive time and claiming a share of the Skyline Conference championship for the second time in three years. Henley was the co-champion after a 26-16 win at Phoenix.


Klamath Union 33, Mazama 30
Henley 26, Phoenix 16
North Valley 20, Hidden Valley 6
Illinois Valley 30, Lakeview 21
Triad 48, Hosanna Christian 20
Cascade Christian 51, Lost River 7
Rogue River 34, Chiloquin 33
St. Mary’s 63, Bonanza 20
Butte Valley 44, Tulelake 18

4A Play-in Pairings
Douglas at Henley
Mazama at Elmira
North Valley at North Marion
Estacada at Ridgeview
Sweet Home at Siuslaw
Junction City at Central
South Umpqua at Seaside
Cascade at Baker

Boys Soccer
Klamath Union 1, Mazama 0
- A penalty kick for the Pels in double overtime.

Fourth-seeded Butte Valley plays against No. 5 Redding Christian on Tuesday in the opening round of the NSCIF soccer playoffs. No. 2 Tulelake hosts Etna.

Girls Soccer
Henley 6, Phoenix 1

4A Play-in Round
Astoria 3, Mazama 0

1A League Playoffs
Hosanna Christian is the second place finisher from the Mountain Valley League, losing to Trinity Luterhan in four sets. Both are in the state playoffs.

2A League Playoffs
Reedsport defeated Bonanza in straight sets. Lost River lost in three sets to Myrtle Point. Bonanza is in the state playoffs, but Lost River is not.