Crusaders return to top spot, 3-0

Jesuit wins its second in three years, Woodburn streaks to three straight
Nov. 17, 2012 / By Cliff Pfenning, Oregonsports Journal
Jesuit players celebrate their 2-0 win over Lincoln.
Photo by Cliff Pfenning, Oregonsports Journal

HILLSBORO - Jesuit used a non-stop offensive attack to power past Lincoln 3-0 and win its second Class 6A title in three years Saturday night at Hillsboro Stadium.

The Crusaders dominated the first half, but didn't take the lead until Matt Nachreiner fed Cristo Michaelson and he drove in from 30 yards out and scored in the 29th minute to get the team's offense going.

Nachreiner scored in the second half and then had another assist to Henry Rocker in the second half to help Jesuit finish 17-1-1.

Lincoln finished 12-2-4.

 

WOODBURN 2, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1

Michael Hobson and Luis Rangel put home first-half goals and the Woodburn Bulldogs survived a late surge by Mountain View for a 2-1 victory in the Class 5A boys soccer state championship at Hillsboro Stadium.

Mountain View scored in the 77th minute, but could not stop Woodburn from winning its third straight title.

The Bulldogs finished the game unbeaten at 15-0-2.

Mountain View finished at 11-4-2. The Cougars were outshot 11-7, but five of their shots were on goal.

 

PHILOMATH 2, LA SALLE 1

Matt St. Clair scored two goals, including the game-winner in the second overtime, to boost the Warriors to the Class 4A championship at Liberty High School.

La Salle led on a goal in the 10th minute by Dakota Eisel, but St. Clair netted the equalizer in the 68th minute off a cross from William Karlson. The winner came off a free kick.

The Warriors finished the season at 13-2-3 having scored the first goals of the playoffs against the Falcons.

La Salle finished at 16-3.

 

RIVERDALE 2, OREGON EPISCOPAL 1

The Mavericks won their first title in any sport when Ben Field scored from 15-yards out in the 70th minute to break a 1-all tie in the Class 3A final at Liberty High School.

Riverdale finished the season 16-2 and avenged one of its two losses in the process.

OES finished at 14-4-2.

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