REDMOND, Ore. — The Henley Hornets saw both the football and boys soccer seasons come to a close last weekend.
Four second half interceptions by Henley helped Ridgeview to a 28-21 OSAA 4A Football State Championship quarterfinal win. Henley had scored on all three of its first half possessions before getting shutout in the second half.
Henley (8-4) ends the season with six more wins than last year.
NSCIF 8-Man Football Semifinals
Bobby Vaughan scored two rushing touchdowns and threw two more to Caleb Vercelotti as Butte Valley eliminated the top-seed and defending NSCIF champ Dunsmuir 25-22 on Friday night.
Butte Valley returns to the sectional championship game for the second time in three years. The Bulldogs will play on Friday at No. 2-seeded Redding Christian, which beat Big Valley 64-34.
OSAA 1A Football State Championship Quarterfinals
Triad allowed five touchdowns before scoring for the first time in a 74-22 quarterfinal loss to Imbler on Saturday. Senior Austin McGrew had two touchdowns and threw for another in his final game for Triad. The loss ended Triad’s nine-game winning streak.
OSAA 4A Boys Soccer State Championship
Henley was outshot 11-4 and had no corner kick opportunities to Sisters’ seven as Sisters won the OSAA 4A Boys Soccer State Championship final 1-0 at Liberty High School in the Portland area Saturday.
Brett Sommers of the Herald and News reports Henley captain Jacob Mangan was injured during the match, forcing some key changes that limited opportunities for the Hornets.
It was the second time Sisters won a match against the Hornets this season. It was Sisters’ first state title.