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Oct. 13 2021 1A-8 football coaches poll

OSAAtoday presents its 2021 statewide 1A-8 football poll following the conclusion of Week 6. Thanks to all the coaches who took the time and had the expertise to contribute their opinions to this endeavor.

Look for the 1A-8 football poll every Wednesday during the fall season.

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.

If there are any varsity football head coaches who would like to vote in 1A-8 coaches polls going forward but did not receive notice to vote in this one, please email [email protected].

1. Adrian (11) [1] 6-0 110

2. Powder Valley [2] 5-1 91

3. St. Paul [3] 5-1 89

4. Crane [5] 5-1 62

5. Lost River [7] 5-1 61

6. Waldport [4] 4-1 53

7. Dufur [6] 4-2 44

8. Myrtle Point [9] 3-2 26

9. Gold Beach [10] 3-2 12

10. Imbler [nr] 3-3 8

10. Enterprise [nr] 3-3 8

Dropped out:

Former No. 8 Lyle / Wishram / Klickitat 4-2

First-place votes in parentheses              

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on

Others receiving significant votes: Lyle / Wishram / Klickitat 4-2 7

Week 6 highlights: Lost River raced to a 32-0 lead after one quarter and handled Chiloquin 51-0. Chase McAuliffe threw two touchdown passes and Cody Lyman ran for 88 yards for Lost River. …Dufur outlasted Pilot Rock 46-44 despite the performance of the Rockets' Austin Ford, who caught seven passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns and returned a punt 90 yards for a score. … Enterprise took care of Elgin 55-26 as Gideon Gray rushed for 134 yards and three touchdowns and caught a scoring pass. .. Gold Beach defeated Brookings-Harbor 36-34 in overtime, stopping a potential two-point conversion to win. Trenton Storns had four catches for 111 yards and one touchdown, ran for a score and passed for a touchdown for Gold Beach. ... St. Paul ran away from Waldport 80-36. The Buckaroos rushed for 590 yards behind seniors Clancy Koch (nine carries, 237 yards, two touchdowns) and Bryce Williams (11 carries, 156 yards, two touchdowns). Senior quarterback Lance Tuck rushed for 82 yards and three scores and threw a touchdown pass.