COUGARS TAME PANTHERS IN 5A ‘CAT FIGHT’ AT JACK HARRIS STADIUM

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The Mountain View Cougars survived a late charge by the high powered offense of the Central High Panthers, now a 5A team, to earn a well-deserved victory, winning 46-30 at Jack Harris Stadium in what fans referred to as the ‘Cat Fight’. Mountain View jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the game behind… Read More…

RAVENS LOOK TO OVERTHROW THE REBELS AT SOUTH ALBANY

RAVENS WARM UP AT PRACTICE

Last year’s OSAA 4A State Champion Ridgeview Ravens are 1-0 after defeating Baker on the road last Friday (9/5) 35-18 and they are preparing for their second game of the year this Friday at the South Albany Rebels, who just blew out Eagle Point last week, 48-6. After falling behind 18-7 in the first half,… Read More…

A REAL CAT FIGHT SET FOR MT. VIEW HOME OPENER

CODY ANTHONY RUNNING UP THE MIDDLE

The Mountain View Cougars are 1-0 after starting the season with a win in Wilsonville on Friday (9/5) 21-14. The Cougars scored one touchdown in each of the first three quarters but had to rely on their defense to provide a last minute 4th down stand to secure the win. Head Coach Brian Crum says… Read More…

REDMOND RINGS FRANKLIN’S BELL 62-28

COACH STANLEY WATCHES HIS TEAM DOMINATE.

The Redmond Panthers made a statement in their first game of 2014, blowing out the Franklin Quakers by 34 points, 62-28. After going 1-8 last year with a team which was mostly made up of Sophomores, and after seeing the cross town rival Ridgeview Ravens win the 4A State Championship, Head Coach and Athletic Director… Read More…

RIDGEVIEW LOOKS FOR MORE SUCCESS AS THEY JOIN THE I-M-C

LINEMEN BUTT HEADS AT PRACTICE.

After going 13-1 and winning last year’s 4A OSAA State Title against Cottage Grove (50-31), expectations are high for the Ridgeview Ravens in 2014. This year, they join the 5A I-M-C (InterMountain Conference), along with Redmond, Bend, Mountain View and Summit. Head Coach Andy Codding says that he is expecting some of the returning starters… Read More…