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Week 4 Statewide Football Coaches Poll 5A

OSAAtoday presents its weekly 5A Football Coaches Poll. Thanks to all the coaches who took the time and had the expertise to contribute their opinions to this endeavor.

Please note: these polls are for generating interest and discussion only and have no impact on the OSAA’s RPI and Colley ratings that form the basis of the OSAA’s rankings for playoff purposes.

5A Football

1. Wilsonville (12) [1] 4-0 126

2. Churchill (1) [3] 3-1 104

3. Silverton [2] 4-0 96

4. West Albany [4] 4-0 87

5. Pendleton [5] 4-0 86

6. Lebanon [7] 3-1 46

7. Thurston [nr] 2-2 43 

8. Scappoose [6] 3-1 32

9. North Bend [9] 3-1 27

10. South Eugene [nr] 3-1 21

First-place votes in parentheses               

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on 

Others receiving significant votes: Crater (17)

Notes: Aaron Rieskamp, filling in for Levi Nielsen, threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as Silverton defeated North Salem 34-13. Riley Kramer returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown for the Foxes. … Nathan Overholt threw five touchdown passes, giving him 19 for the season, in Wilsonville’s 51-0 win over Hillsboro. Sam Westing had three touchdown catches for the Wildcats. … Churchill’s Demontre Thomas II passed for three touchdowns and ran for two scores in a 59-7 win over Ashland. … Crater handled North Eugene 26-7 as Tony Flores rushed fror 126 yards and Trever Davis passed for 214 yards. … West Albany beat South Albany 34-3 as Cassius McGinty ran for 116 yards and Carson Van Dyke threw two touchdown passes. … Lebanon got 203 rushing yards from Brock Barrett in beating McKay 44-14. … Bryce Boettcher threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 82 yards and one score to lift South Eugene over Eagle Point 43-27. Noah Page had six catches for 144 yards for South Eugene. … Thurston intercepted four passes -- two by Jake Riley, who returned one for a touchdown -- in defeating North Bend 47-14. Cade Crist passed for 247 yards and Wes Kommer ran for three scores for the Colts.