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Countdown to the First Game of 2015 Season:

 

  • 5A Quarterfinals - Marist Spartans: Corvallis got off to a slow start in the first quarter, giving up a touchdown on Marist's first play and another on a high punt snap, quickly finding themselves down by 14.  Corvallis however fought right back and scored on an 80 yard drive.  Another possession got down to the 1 yard line, but they were unable to score and went in to the break down 7-14.  Marist put together a drive in the 3rd quarter to take a two score lead.  Corvallis again responded with an 85 yard pass play to again make it a one score game but were unable to get back on the board.  Marist scored late to put the game away.  Final score, 14-28.

  • 5A First Round - Mountain View Cougars: Even after the long road trip over the Cascades, the Spartans came out of the gates fast and scored on their first possession against the #1 ranked Cougars.  Mountain View was on the verge of answering with their own score before a Spartan interception in the endzone stopped the drive.  Another score by the Spartans made it 14-0 before the Cougars were able to respond.  At the break, it was tied up at 14-14.  Corvallis scored 21 unanswered points in the 3rd quarter, the last one coming on a 90 yard interception return to make it 35-14 heading into the 4th quarter.  The Cougars managed to score twice in the 4th to make it a one score game, but Spartans drove home the dagger with a 22 yard pass with 45 seconds remaining in the game.  With the win, the Spartans punched their ticket into the quarterfinals of the OSAA 5A Playoffs.  Final score, 42-28.

  • South Albany Rebels: Corvallis struck first with a field goal and a couple touchdowns to take a 17-3 lead.  South Albany however battled back into the game scoring 21 in the 2nd quarter.  The second half was again a high scoring affair.  The Spartans forced a fumble late and were able to run out the time left on the clock to punch their ticket to the playoffs.  Final score, 49-45.

  • Central Panthers: The Spartans got on the board first in the 1st quarter and look to have control of the game before Central was able to score twice in the final three minutes of the first half to take the lead.  Both teams traded touchdowns back and forth in the 3rd quarter as each team scored three touchdowns in the period.  The Spartans however were unable to score in the 4th and the Panthers tacked on one more late to put it away.  Final score, 28-38.

  • Woodburn Bulldogs: The Spartans got off to a little bit of slow start in the game, but after scoring 28 points in the 2nd quarter, the rout was on.  With the score 35-0 at the break, the Bulldogs managed to put together a scoring drive on their first possession of the second half, but another score by Corvallis kept things going.  The Spartans rolled on to end.  Final score, 56-16.

  • Dallas Dragons: Both teams traded touchdowns in the first half with the Spartans unable to stop the Dragons run game and the Dragons unable to stop the Spartans passing game.  Corvallis managed a field goal before the break to go in with a 24-20 lead.  The ground game of Dallas in the second half proved to be the deal breaker.  Final score, 38-54.

  • Silverton Foxes: This Foxes came out of the gate strong, putting up 20 points in the first quarter.  The Spartans battled back in the second quarter with a drive of their own, making the score 7-20 at the break.  Silverton however answered with two scores in the third quarter to put the game away.  Final score, 7-33.

  • Lebanon Warriors: The Warriors were the first to score in the matchup early in the game, but the Spartans responded quickly to take the lead, 7-6.  An offensive battle ensued for the remainder of the first half, with Corvallis taking a 28-19 lead into the locker room.  After some halftime tweaks, both defenses stepped up and slowed things down.  The Warriors were able to make it a 3 point game before the Spartans were able to pull away.  Final score, 42-26.

  • Crescent Valley Raiders: The Spartans struck first in the big cross-town rivalry with a huge punt return for a touchdown and a big pass play down the middle to take a 14-0 lead.  The Raiders battled back to tie it up before Corvallis was able to punch another one in right before the break and took a 21-14 lead at halftime.  Crescent Valley came out strong on their opening possession of the second half to again tie it up.  The ensuing onside kick went the Raiders way, but the Spartan defense held strong.  After a combined 5 fourth quarter touchdowns, Corvallis was able to hold and run out the clock to seal the win.  Final score, 41-34

  • Gresham Gophers: The Spartans had trouble bottling up the Gophers run game early, but fought back on offense with their own long drives and managed to make it 13-17 at the break.  The second half however was a different story.  Gresham took control for the final 24 minutes.  Final score, 19-45.

  • Barlow Bruins: Barlow got off to a quick start against the Spartans, scoring on the opening kickoff.  Corvallis battled back with score of there own, but again allowed a kickoff return on the next kick.  Despite those two touchdowns, Corvallis was able to make it 12-21 at the break.  The Spartans got to 18-21 in the 3rd, but that was as close as it got.  Final score, 26-35.

  • 2014 ScheduleOur schedule has been finalized and is posted to the right.  The 2014 schedule kicks off with a Varsity and JV Jamboree at McMinnville on Friday, August 29th.

  • All-State Team Selection:  Congratulations to Cole Garrett for being selected as a 2nd Team All-State wide receiver and honorable mention defensive back. 

  • All-Conference Team Selections:  Congratulations to Cole Garrett for being selected as a first team all-conference wide receiver and defensive back.  Other honorable mention selections were J.D. Lasswell (WR/DB), Hunter Mattson (RB/KR), Bradley Crampton (RB), Lance Peterson (QB), Bryce Hinkle (DL), Symon Ramos (DL), Andrew Iademarco (OL), and Kyle Arthenayake (K).

 

 

Spartan Football Tradition

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

1913, 1922, 1923, 1941, 1955, 1964, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 2010

STATE PLAYOFFS

1955, 1964, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1992, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014

STATE RUNNER-UP

1964, 1969, 1974, 1986

STATE CHAMPIONS

1970, 1978, 1979, 1983, 2006

 

 

2014 Schedule

Regular Season
Sept. 5 Barlow away 26-35 L
Sept. 12 Gresham home 19-45 L
Sept. 19 Crescent Valley home 41-34 W
Sept. 26 Lebanon away 42-26 W
Oct. 3 Silverton home 7-33 L
Oct. 9 Dallas away 38-54 L
Oct. 17 Woodburn home 56-16 W
Oct. 24 Central home 28-38 L
Oct. 31 South Albany away 49-45 W
Playoffs
Nov. 7 Mountain View away 42-28 W
Nov. 14 Marist away 14-28 L
Nov. 22 Semifinals tbd tbd
Nov. 29 Finals tbd tbd

Non-League games italicized

 

JV Football Schedule

Freshman Football Schedule

 

 

2014

Mid-Willamette

Conference Standings

 

TEAM

(last years conference record)

CONFERENCE OVERALL
Silverton (6-1) 7-0 9-0
Central (NA) 6-1 7-2
Corvallis (3-4) 4-3 4-5
Crescent Valley (5-2) 4-3 5-4
South Albany (2-5) 3-4 5-4
Dallas (4-3) 3-4 3-6
Lebanon (1-6) 1-6 3-6
Woodburn (0-7) 0-7 2-7

 

 

 

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