Football: Tigard defeats Canby 35-7 in penultimate game of regular season

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KORT CHIROPRACTIC AND CONCUSSION CARE - Russell J. Kort, D.C.In recent articles, I have written about concussions and the effects they have on the brain.

Balance issues are common side effects of a concussion. These symptoms are most noticeable when our eyes are closed. Think about it. How often do you blink per day? The average is 28,800 times. However, if you are experiencing sensitivity to light or sound, that number could be much higher.

Balance is the key to life, and if your balance is altered with every blink of your eyes, your quality of life will be compromised. Falls are one of the top five causes of death of people over 50.

Most of us take balance for granted. Imagine for a second if every time you blink you thought you were falling. Do you think the muscles of your neck and back will be loose and relaxed? NOT A CHANCE!

People with balance issues are plagued with neck and back issues. This is because the brain is working constantly to stabilize them against the ravages of gravity.

If the source of the problem is not addressed, then the problem will never go away.

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Dr. Kort is the pioneering physician utilizing Acoustic Brain Body Exercise as a fundamental treatment program to improve and enhance the lives of those we touch.

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WILSON ORTHODONTICS - Dr. C. Todd WilsonAs time passes, as a society, we are placing more and more value on having straight, cosmetically ideal teeth. That is not a bad thing for sure. It is definitely more the norm than the exception to have braces now.

In the not-far-distant past, your dentist was more likely to dismiss your orthodontic needs as “cosmetic” or “optional.” I treat a lot of adult patients who were told they did not need braces as kids. In more recent times, dentists are much more aware of the long-term benefits of having orthodontic treatment and are much more likely to recommend it.

But what exactly is the benefit? Is it just about having straight teeth?

Definitely not. In fact, I recommend treatment for primarily bite-related, or functional reasons. Cosmetics are sort of a side effect, if you will, of having the teeth aligned in the proper bite position.

An orthodontist is trained to place your teeth in proper position in the bite, down to fractions of a millimeter. This is important as the enamel of your teeth, though super-strong, is weaker under certain types of forces. In general, having a proper bite will lead to less wear on your teeth, less dental work over time, less tendency for periodontal disease and healthier jaw joints.

Is it OK to want braces just to get your teeth straight? Sure! But be sure to also consider the health benefits to your teeth and jaw structures.

Wilson Orthodontics

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Sherwood, OR 97140

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NEW SMILES DENTAL - Dentists Nathan Doyel, Benjamin Aanderud and Richard McKinney.Leo Buscaglia said it well: “Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.”

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Sherwood, OR 97140

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WILSON ORTHODONTICS - C. Todd Wilson, DDSAs we approach Thanksgiving each year I, like many of you, take time to reflect on what I’m thankful for.

First, I am thankful for all of you who have been a part of my practice family over the past 15 years. I sincerely appreciate the opportunity to provide orthodontic care for you. I take great pride in what I do, and it’s very gratifying to see all of those beautiful smiles out in the community.

My gratitude for this opportunity motivates me to continue to give back to the community by sponsoring community events, school fundraisers, athletics, the arts, and the list goes on.

Second, it is extremely important to me that you have a positive experience as members of my practice family. This is an area I understand can always be improved upon, and we constantly strive to do better.

It stands to reason that a practice that has focused on providing excellent care and treating people with kindness and respect would get very busy over time. This presents ongoing challenges.

I want to make sure that we are always meeting your expectations in this regard, so I encourage honest and ongoing feedback. I don’t take it lightly that you have choices as to providers. My goal is to provide the best possible care with the best possible outcome in every situation.

Thanks again to all of you. At the end of the day, for me, it’s about treating others as I want to be treated.

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17680 SW Handley St., Suite 202

Sherwood, OR 97140

3100 Haworth Ave., Suite 210

Newberg, OR 97132

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KORT CHIROPRACTIC AND CONCUSSION CARE - Russell J. Kort, DCMy first career as an EMT-I on a paramedic unit helped me understand and evaluate injuries associated with auto collisions – an invaluable skill in my chiropractic career.

When you are involved in a collision, there are many forces exerted on your body. Forces such as seatbelts, air bags and other impacts to your car play a role in stopping your movement and creating injuries to you and your passengers.

Did you know that 17 percent of all concussions (TBIs) are the result of car accidents? We know that and therefore evaluate all MVA patients for concussions.

Many people involved in collisions are more concerned about the damage to their cars than damage to themselves.

STOP! Your vehicle saved your life. It did not prevent you from being injured. Urgent Care checks to see if you have any life-threatening injuries.

At Kort Chiropractic and Concussion Care, we look past the obvious. We examine all aspects of your brain and body. With this information, we develop a comprehensive brain-body program to get you back on track.

The best part is, you’re covered by Oregon law for your care following a collision. This means your insurance company cannot tell you who you can see for treatment. In most cases, there are no out-of-pocket expenses to you and your occupants.

You owe it to yourself and your passengers to seek care from a physician who looks past the obvious.

It is this attention to detail that sets Kort Chiropractic and Concussion Care apart from the rest.

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Sherwood, OR 97140

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NEW SMILES DENTAL - Dentists Nathan Doyel, Benjamin Aanderud and Richard McKinneyHas fear kept you or a loved one from visiting the dentist? Have you lost the hope that you could ever have the youthful smile you once had?

For many patients, fear has lead to neglect and an overwhelming breakdown of their oral health.

Moreover, if you have several missing teeth, are in pain, have difficulty chewing, are embarrassed to smile or are unsatisfied with your denture, New Smiles is here to help.  The innovative “New Smile in a day” procedure brings hope back and allows us to restore your smile in one procedure.

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“New Smile in a day” means just that: You will walk away with entirely functioning, long-lasting teeth. After a comprehensive exam and thorough planning (all done in-office), our doctors use the most advanced technology and training to restore your smile. You do not need to visit multiple doctors, multiple times.

At New Smiles, our doctors are available to discuss all of your options and costs, then design a plan with you that will bring back confidence and health comfortably in an efficient, timely manner. 

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NEW SMILES DENTAL  - Nathan Doyel, Benjamin Aanderud, Richard McKinneyDo you have headaches or grind your teeth at night?

A night guard is a great solution to those problems. But beware! Not all guards are created equal.

Mouth guards at department or sporting goods stores are primarily used and recommended during sports to protect the teeth from major injury. Softened in hot water at home, boil-and-bite mouth protectors are made from thermoplastic material and are then placed in the mouth and shaped around the teeth. Because they are not designed for night use or to prevent grinding, they could do more harm than good.

Custom-fabricated mouth guards, called night guard appliances, are primarily worn at night. They are individually designed and prevent damage to teeth due to grinding and clinching, which many patients don’t even realize they do. Through an examination, our dentists will be able to diagnose whether a night guard would be beneficial by discussing your symptoms, such as sensitive teeth, headaches, jaw tightness and jaw popping or clicking and by noting if your teeth show wear patterns or signs of fracturing.

Night guards can help relax the muscles and stop costly damage to your teeth and jaw. An effective night guard should be comfortable, durable, easy to clean, and should not restrict breathing. The process is simple and takes a few minutes at two short visits.

Give us a call to find out more. Let’s lessen your pain, protect your teeth and help you get a better night’s sleep!

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17680 SW Handley St., Suite 101

Sherwood, OR 97140

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KORT CHIROPRACTIC AND CONCUSSION CARE - Russell J. Kort, D.C.Soccer season is here – and with it, the risk of injury and concussions.

Soccer is a great sport and part of the game is the HEADER. Recently, I listened to an interview of a professional women’s soccer player. She was discussing how to head the ball safely. I don’t agree with this concept. Make no mistake, it is repetitive impacts over time that cause CTE or Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.

The fact is this, the brain floats in fluid. Sometimes the brain hits the inside of the skull. It is this movement and contact within the skull that causes damage to the child’s brain.

The U.S. Soccer Federation implemented new guidelines in January 2016 that eliminate heading for children under 10 years of age and limit the amount of heading in practice for children 11 to 13 years of age.

Many parents of kids suffering from concussion presume their symptoms will go away. Unfortunately, months and even years later, some still experienced symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, depression, anxiety, irritability, memory loss, insomnia, difficulty concentrating, and sensitivity to light and noise.

At Kort Chiropractic and Concussion Care we look at all aspects of concussion. A comprehensive exam, customized treatment plans, and brain based therapeutic exercise programs are the the basics in our treatment and your recovery.

Your child’s brain is still developing. An injury to it now may have lifelong consequences.

Call today for your complementary consultation to see if we are a good fit.

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WILSON ORTHODONTICS - C. Todd Wilson, DDSWant to earn some extra cash this Halloween? Trick-or-Treating can be more than just fun, there is an opportunity to earn some dollars!

This year marks Wilson Orthodontics’ 15th Annual Halloween Candy Buyback. The program consists of paying kids $1 per pound of Halloween candy they surrender to our office. The goal, of course, is to provide incentive for kids to eat less candy, while still allowing them to enjoy Trick-or-Treating.

We are also sponsoring the program in conjunction with local schools to collect candy as a fundraising activity. Last year we returned over $8,000 to local schools through this program. The schools that bring in the most candy receive a bonus over and above the candy they bring in.

Last year we collected over 2,000 pounds of candy. How much candy is that, you ask? That is enough to fill your bedroom floor-to-ceiling with boxes of candy.

What do we do with all that candy? Does Dr. Wilson eat it? No (well ok, some). We in turn donate the candy to various local charities that can benefit from it. St. Vincent DePaul, a local food bank, gets much of it. We also donate some to the Easter Egg Hunt for Hope. Some goes to Boy Scout fundraising.

Every year we also ship candy overseas to our U.S. military personnel. It has been rewarding to receive letters and thank you notes from our troops who appreciate the gesture.

Check our website smilebywilson.com for times you can bring in your candy!

Wilson Orthodontics

17680 SW Handley St., Suite 202

Sherwood, OR 97140

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Newberg, OR 97132

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WILSON ORTHODONTICS - C. Scott Wilson, DDSRemember wooden nickels? Your parents definitely do.

Back in the day, when you went to your orthodontist you got wooden nickels as a reward for brushing well. You may have kept them under your bed, or in a box in the garage. Some of you might still have some! You could cash them in for (cheesy) prizes at your dentist’s office.

The main point of such programs is to give kids incentive to brush well, to wear their elastics and follow other protocols during orthodontic treatment. This promotes good oral health, which in turn leads to fewer cavities and less time in braces.

Today, like everything else, our Rewards Program has gone digital. Patients are issued a rewards card at their new patient exam. Points go on the card electronically. You can earn points by being on time for your appointment, practicing great dental hygiene, or just by being a great patient. You can go online at any time and check your point totals.

When it’s time to cash in your points, you simply go online. You can select gift cards from over 200 different stores, like Target, Best Buy and Apple iTunes. Point and click, and the cards are delivered right to your mailbox. No more rubber dinosaurs and plastic parachute men.

Another exciting aspect of our Rewards Program is that you can get points for things totally unrelated to your teeth. This includes things like getting straight A’s, community service, and celebrating personal achievements. Sign up today!

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Newberg, OR 97132

503-925-1566

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NEW SMILES DENTAL - Dentists Nathan Doyel, Benjamin Aanderud and Richard McKinney.Recent news articles have trumpeted a shocking discovery: You don’t need to floss!

On a tip from his son’s orthodontist, a reporter for the Associated Press filed a Freedom Of Information Act request for research on flossing’s benefits.

When the request turned up only poor-quality studies, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services quietly dropped the recommendation to floss in the latest edition of their Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

Many news organizations have taken this to mean that there’s no reason to floss. But as anyone who has ever had a piece of corn stuck in their front teeth knows, you don’t need a study to tell you that flossing is very good for you.

Aside from the fact that having food stuck between your teeth is uncomfortable and unsightly, leaving food fragments wedged against your gums can encourage bacterial growth.

Bacteria can cause tooth decay, gum disease and other problems; infections in your mouth can spread to other parts of the body.

Gum disease is a very, very common problem. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that almost half of all Americans suffer from some form of periodontal disease. For Americans over 65, that number rises to over 70 percent.

If the studies to back up flossing are of poor quality, perhaps that’s a sign that more and better studies need to be done. It’s not a sign that you can stop flossing! There is just no good reason to stop using such a simple, affordable, effective tool to help keep your gums and teeth healthy.

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17680 SW Handley St., Suite 101

Sherwood, OR 97140

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Sherwood's Sports

DAN BROOD: THE TIMES - Tualatin seniors Cam Osborn (left) and Nathan Senger jump up to celebrate following the Wolves' 52-49 win over rival Tigard in 2016.
December 09, 2016

Lousy weather cancels almost all high school basketball games for Dec. 9

by Miles Vance
All but two of the slate of 11 games scheduled for coverage tonight have been canceled due to the weather
DAN BROOD - Sherwood sophomore Aubrie Emmons (24) looks to go to the basket during the Lady Bowmen's 55-17 win over Beaverton on Friday.
December 05, 2016

Sherwood turns it up in win over Beaverton

by Dan Brood
Lady Bowmen take control early and roll to a 55-17 victory
PHOTO COURTESY OF ST. MARTIN'S UNIVERSITY - Sherwood High School graduate Taylor Gersch has shined on and off the field for the St. Martin's University women's soccer team.
December 05, 2016

Gersch excels on, and off, the field

by Dan Brood
The Sherwood High School grad, and St. Martin's soccer star, earns Academic All-American honors


DAN BROOD - The Sherwood High School girls soccer team celebrates with the Class 6A state championship trophy.
December 01, 2016

Looking back at a fantastic fall season

by Dan Brood
The fall sports season featured some amazing achievements and performances
December 05, 2016

Three Rivers League football all-stars

by The Times
Here is the complete Three Rivers League football all-league list:
December 05, 2016

Three Rivers League girls soccer all-stars

by The Times
Here is the complete Three Rivers League girls soccer all-league list:
December 05, 2016

Three Rivers League boys soccer all-stars

by The Times
Here is the complete Three Rivers League boys soccer all-league list:
December 05, 2016

Three Rivers League volleyball all-stars

by The Times
Here is the complete Three Rivers League volleyball all-league list:
TIDINGS PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - West Linn's Jake Meisen and the Lions will try to beat Clackamas today and win a second straight berth in the Class 6A state championship game. West Linn and Clackamas meet at 4 p.m. today at Providence Park.
November 25, 2016

A look back at how we got to today's Class 6A football semifinals

by Miles Vance
Quarterfinal winners included Tigard, Clackamas, West Linn and Central Catholic
DAN BROOD - Sherwood's Clay Peden (right) breaks in front of West Linn's Flynn Schiele on his way to scoring on a 49-yard run during Saturday's TVYFL eighth-grade championship game.
November 24, 2016

Sherwood tipped in youth title game

by Dan Brood
The Bowmen battle hard in back-and-forth clash against West Linn on Saturday
SPOKESMAN PHOTO: COREY BUCHANAN  - Wilsonville running back Trevor Antonson scampers toward the sideline on a pass play.
November 21, 2016

Week 12's top five: A look back at the five biggest football games from Nov. 18-19

by Miles Vance
Class 6A winners include West Linn, Clackamas, Tigard and Central Catholic
TIMES PHOTO: DAN BROOD - Tigard senior linebacker Justin Lyons puts his arms in the air following the Tigers' 27-0 win over Sheldonon Friday in the Class 6A state quarterfinals.
November 19, 2016

Check out our best photos from Week 12 of the 2016 high school football season

by Miles Vance
The Class 6A state quarterfinals yielded some amazing results and photos
TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Central Catholic's Ethan Gallant (No. 54) points downfield after Michael Abraham's fumble recovery at the end of his team's 21-9 victory at Jesuit High School in the Class 6A state quarterfinals on Friday night.
November 18, 2016

Week 12 high school football scores are here

by Miles Vance
Upsets by Tigard and Central Catholic highlight the Friday results
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: MILES VANCE - Central Catholic's Cesar Rojas celebrates at the end of his team's 21-9 victory at Jesuit in the Class 6A  quarterfinals on Friday night.
November 18, 2016

Central Catholic upsets Jesuit 21-9 in state quarterfinals

by Miles Vance
The Central Catholic football team had waited a long time for this one. After ending up on the wrong end of a 56-19 shellacking at the hands of Jesuit back on Sept. 9, the Rams just kept working, just kept playing and just kept believing. On Friday…
TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Beaverton's Carson Crawford, the Metro League's Offensive Player of the Year, leads the Beavers into action at Clackamas at 7 p.m. tonight.
November 18, 2016

High school football even bigger in Week 12 of the 2016 season

by Miles Vance
Class 6A's top teams teams roll into the state quarterfinals tonight
DAN BROOD - Sherwood's (from left) Lindsay Howard, Hailee Rasmussen, Emma Smith, Loma McNeese and Kailen Fried celebrate following McNeese's goal during Saturday's Class 6A state championship match.
November 17, 2016

Bowmen are best

by Dan Brood
Sherwood gets a 2-1 win over Sunset to claim the school's first Class 6A state team title
DAN BROOD - Sherwood seniors (from left) Kaelin Horton, Cameron Greene and Kailen Fried are all smiles following Saturday's state championship match.
November 17, 2016

Sherwood seniors lead the way

by Dan Brood
The veterans help lead the Lady Bowmen to the school's first ever Class 6A state team title
DAN BROOD - Sherwood seniors (from left) Daria Brandt, Kailen Fried, Lindsay Howard and Cameron Greene celebrate after the final whistle blows in Saturday's Class 6A state championship match. The Lady Bowmen beat Sunset 2-1.
November 17, 2016

A look at Sherwood's girls soccer state championship in photos

by The Times
Photos, photos and more photos from the Lady Bowmen's 2-1 win over Sunset
DAN BROOD - Sherwood junior Lauren Scarvie (4), here battling Sunset's Rose Pflug for the ball in the Class 6A state title match, celebrated her 17th birthday the same day the Lady Bowmen won the crown.
November 17, 2016

Sherwood's Scarvie has a pair of reasons to celebrate

by Dan Brood
She turns 17 the same day the Lady Bowmen win the title
West Linn's Qawi Ntsasa and the top-ranked Lions host Sprague at 7 p.m. Friday in the Class 6A state quarterfinals.
November 14, 2016

State football playoffs roll into quarterfinals, semifinals on Friday and Saturday

by Miles Vance
Class 6A quarterfinals set for Friday night; 5A-1A semis due Saturday
SPOKESMAN PHOTO: COREY BUCHANAN - Wilsonville receiver Harrison Steiger, who snagged three huge receptions on the Wildcats' final drive, lunges past the goal line on a play that would be called back due to a penalty.
November 14, 2016

Week 11's top five: A look back at the five biggest football games from Nov. 11-12

by Miles Vance
Oregon's best go for it in round two and quarterfinal contests
TIMES PHOTO: DAN BROOD - The Bowmen, with senior Kevin Skurdahl leading the way, take the field prior to Friday's playoff game at Sprague.
November 12, 2016

Check out our best photos from Week 11 of the 2016 high school football season

by Miles Vance
The state's best teams take big steps forward in the second round of the state playoffs
DAN BROOD - Sherwood junior Zach Jenkins loses the ball as he is upended by Sprague's Carter James during Friday's state playoff game.
November 12, 2016

Bowmen tipped in overtime thriller

by Dan Brood
Sprague advances with a 48-47 win in Friday's playoff tilt
REVIEW PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - No. 12 West Salem running back Noah Whitaker and the Titans roll into Beaverton tonight to face the fifth-ranked Beavers at Beaverton high school at 7 p.m.
November 11, 2016

High school football playoffs continue in Week 11 of the 2016 season

by Miles Vance
Week 2 of the playoffs promises more thrilling action
DAN BROOD - Sherwood seniors Madison Reimer (left) and Cameron Greene hug following the Lady Bowmen's 3-2 win over West Linn in Tuesday's Class 6A state semifinal match.
November 10, 2016

Lady Bowmen win a wild one

by Dan Brood
Sherwood girls tip West Linn to earn a spot in the Class 6A championship match

Don't miss the local news

PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: WADE EVANSON - Sherwood High School sophomore Ben Baxter heads up field during the Bowmen's state playoff win over Century on Friday.
Nov 10, 2016

Sherwood rolls to win over Century

by Dan Brood
The Bowmen will play at Sprague in a second-round game
TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGEDECKER - Westview senior quarterback Zac Schmerber fires a pass against Jefferson during the Wildcats' win over the Demos. Westview will face Central Catholic at 7 p.m. Friday at Hillsboro Stadium in the second playoff round.
Nov 07, 2016

State football playoffs roll into second round, quarterfinals on…

by Miles Vance
Check out who's playing who, where and when in the next round
TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Beaverton's Anthony Albright floats into the end zone during his team's 63-26 win over Grant in the first round of the Class 6A state playoffs at Beaverton High School.
Nov 07, 2016

Friday's top five: A look at the five biggest football games…

by Miles Vance
Week one of the 2016 state playoffs is in the book
DAN BROOD - Sherwood seniors Lindsay Howard (10) and Kailen Fried smile following Howard's third goal of the match in the Lady Bowmen's 6-0 win over Oregon City in Saturday's state playoff quarterfinal contest.
Nov 07, 2016

Lady Bowmen strike early and often

by Dan Brood
Sherwood rolls to 6-0 quarterfinal win over Oregon City SHERWOOD — Going into Saturday's Class 6A state playoff quarterfinal contest, the Sherwood High School girls soccer team had a couple of…
TIMES PHOTO: DAN BROOD - Tigard senior Aksel Thorsfeldt had both an interception return and a reception for a touchdown in the Tigers' 58-28 win over McNary.
Nov 05, 2016

Check out our best photos from Week 10 of the 2016 high school…

by Miles Vance
Oregon high school football playoff action
REVIEW PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ  - Clackamas wide receiver Cole Turner runs by Tualatin defensive lineman Garret Boespflug in the first half of the two team's game in the first round of the Class 6A state playoffs at Clackamas High School on Friday.
Nov 04, 2016

Week 10 high school football scores are here

by Miles Vance
Week 10 high school football scores and standings
TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Beaverton quarterback Carson Crawford and the No. 5 Beavers will be back in action tonight when they host Grant at 7 p.m. in the first round of the Class 6A state playoffs.
Nov 04, 2016

High school football rolls into the playoffs in Week Ten of the…

by Miles Vance
The state's best teams roll into the first round of the second season
DAN BROOD - Members of the Sherwood High School girls soccer team celebrate following Hailee Rasmussen's goal in Tuesday's state playoff match. The Lady Bowmen beat Grant 1-0.
Nov 03, 2016

Lady Bowmen step up to the challenge

by Dan Brood
Sherwood tips Grant to move on to the state quarterfinals SHERWOOD — Grant was tough. Grant was physical. Grant was talented. The Generals were also fired up, and they got off to a fast start.…
DAN BROOD  - Sherwood junior Emily Bacewich (12) goes up for a kill during Saturday's match at Central Catholic.
Nov 03, 2016

Bowmen tipped at Central Catholic

by Dan Brood
Sherwood's strong season ends in second-round loss PORTLAND — It's said that all good things must come to an end. Well, the Sherwood High School volleyball team saw its season filled with fun,…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: CHASE ALLGOOD - Sherwood's Noah LaVave (8) and Devin Winkler go for the ball during Saturday's state playoff match with Century.
Nov 03, 2016

Bowmen fall to last-second goal

by Dan Brood
Sherwood edged 2-1 by Century in state playoff tilt HILLSBORO — The Sherwood High School boys soccer team battled hard for all 80 minutes of its postseason opener. And, for 79 minutes and 58…
Nov 03, 2016

Bowmen pull away to defeat Newberg

by The Times
Sherwood picks up its sixth-straight league win SHERWOOD — It was close for awhile. But, when it was all done, the Sherwood High School football team was celebrating another win. The Bowmen,…
TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Jesuit senior defensive end Jarred Daul tries to deflect a pass in the backfield against Westview.
Oct 31, 2016

Friday's top five: A look at the five biggest football games…

by Miles Vance
There were league titles on the line. There were state playoff berths to be locked up. There was, as always, the chance to play for pride. And with all that going on in Week Nine of the 2016…
SPOKESMAN PHOTO: COREY BUCHANAN - La Salle receiver Donte Brooke collides with Wilsonville defensive player Colby Williams.
Oct 29, 2016

Check out our best photos from Week Nine of the 2016 high school…

by Miles Vance
League titles and playoff berths get sealed up in regular-season finales
TIMES PHOTO: DAN BROOD - Tigard senior Jashua Allen breaks into the clear on his way to scoring one of his four touchdowns in the 52-7 win over Tualatin.
Oct 29, 2016

Updated: Class 6A and Class 5A football playoff fields set

by Miles Vance
For the biggest schools in the state, the biggest games of the year have now been scheduled. Following Friday's results in Class 6A and Class 5A high school football, the Oregon School…
Clackamas running back Jacob McGreevy rumbles for yardage during his team's 69-29 win over Centennial on Friday night. REVIEW PHOTO: JIM BESEDA
Oct 28, 2016

Week Nine high school football scores are here

by Miles Vance
Jesuit and West Linn among teams wrapping up league titles on Friday
SPOTLIGHT PHOTO: JAKE MCNEAL - St. Helens' Jax Ogle and the Lions hope to run past Sandy in a key Northwest Oregon Conference matchup tonight, the two teams squaring off at Sandy High School at 7 p.m.
Oct 28, 2016

High school football hits the tape in Week Nine of the 2016…

by Miles Vance
It may be the final week of the regular season for most of the state's high school football teams, but there's still a ton to be decided. The Metro League title is up for grabs with Westview…
PMG PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Clackamas' Jacob McGreevy makes a cut during his team's 41-34 win over Oregon City at Oregon City High School on Friday night.
Oct 24, 2016

Friday's top five: A look at the five biggest football games…

by Miles Vance
You can't spell "penultimate" without the word "ultimate," and there were some ultimate efforts and results in Friday's next-to-last week of the Oregon high school football season. And with all…
TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Beaverton cornerback Kenny Ervin (center) and the Beavers made a big move in the Class 6A state rankings, climbing to No. 7 after knocking off previously unbeaten Westvie on Friday.
Oct 24, 2016

West Linn and Summit football teams continue reign atop latest…

by Miles Vance
Rank. Under one definition, it means "having a foul or offensive smell." For high school football, however, it smells much sweeter the higher a team climbs. And with last week's results, the…
TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Beaverton senior quarterback Carson Crawford fires a pass downfield against Westview.
Oct 22, 2016

Check out our best photos from Week Eight of the 2016 high…

by Miles Vance
For the second week in a row, the rains came down on Oregon high school football. And for the eighth week in a row, the state's best players brought the big plays, big hits and big results. And…
DAN BROOD - Sherwood seniors David Morris (left) and Kevin Skurdahl celebrate following Morris' touchdown run in the Bowmen's 48-28 win over Sherwood.
Oct 22, 2016

Bowmen strike though the air

by Dan Brood
Sherwood tops Tualatin for fifth straight victory TUALATIN — During its four-game winning streak, the Sherwood High School football team has looked plenty dangerous. Well, in their…
HILLSBORO TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHASE ALLGOOD - Aloha receiver James Edwards (here against Century last week) will square off against Southridge at Southridge High School at 7 p.m. Friday.
Oct 21, 2016

High school football gets serious in Week Eight of the 2016…

by Miles Vance
Hard hits are key to high school football. Hard hits on kickoff returns. Hard hits that stop running backs short of the first down marker. Hard hits that make receivers think twice about…
TIMES PHOTO: DAN BROOD - Tigard senior receiver Aksel Thorsfeldt (left) reaches for the ball as he's defended by Sherwood senior Kamron Priceon Friday.
Oct 17, 2016

West Linn and Summit football teams remain atop latest OSAA…

by Miles Vance
The state's high school football teams rolled a lucky seven last week. As in, Thursday's and Friday's games marked Week Seven of the season and another step toward league championships, state…
TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Valley Catholic senior quarterback Aidan Welsh escapes the Scappoose defense in the first quarter of the Valiants' win on Thursday.
Oct 16, 2016

Week Seven's top five: A look at the five biggest football games…

by Miles Vance
The rains fell on Thursday and Friday, and so did the touchdown passes and big results. And with all that going on for two nights in a row — it was Week Seven of the 2016 high school football…
TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Jesuit sophomore quarterback Will Spitznagel threw for four touchdowns against Beaverton.
Oct 20, 2016

Week Seven (part two) high school football scores are here

by Miles Vance
Most of Oregon's high school football teams escaped the worst of the predicted weather on Friday night, but they couldn't dodge the enormity of the night's results. From Jesuit's 49-34 home win…
PMG PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Molalla quarterback Chase Jazdinski sends a pitch away as Estacada linebacker Wyatt Reidel makes contact on Friday night.
Oct 15, 2016

Check out our best photos from Week Seven (Part Two) of the 2016…

by Miles Vance
There's nothing like Friday night high school football. OK, to be fair, Thursday was pretty great, too, but still, Fridays are special. That was certainly the case for Friday night action during…