Central Panthers: The
Spartans will look to keep the momentum going from that last
three weeks on the road against the Central Panthers. Both
teams come into this matchup with league records of 3-2.
The winner is in the drivers seat for the playoffs. Make
the short drive up 99W to Independence to support the boys this
Friday night. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00pm.
Woodburn Bulldogs: Corvallis
was back on the road against Woodburn, looking for their third
straight win of the season. The Spartans scored quickly
and scored often in the first half. The Bulldogs were only
able to muster one long play in the first half and a late score
in the 4th quarter. Final score, 55-14.
Dallas Dragons: Corvallis
came out of the gates firing on all cylinders Thursday night,
playing their best defensive game so far in the season.
The Spartans held the Dragons to 91 total yards in the first
half and cruised into the break with a 28-0 lead. The
second half was more of the same as Spartans held on for the
shut out victory. Final score, 35-0.
Silverton Foxes: The
Spartans hit the road to take on the highly ranked Foxes, and
showed some fire that they had yet to show this season.
Corvallis got on the scoreboard first late in the 1st quarter.
Silverton responded but were unable to convert the PAT.
7-6 Spartans at the break. The 3rd quarter was a fun one
as the Spartans scored on a half back pass and a fumble return
for a TD, taking 21-6 lead into the 4th. The Foxes
responded early in the 4th with touchdown run, but the Spartans
came right back with their own score to put the game out of
reach. Final score, 28-18.
Lebanon Warriors: The
Warriors came out of the gates going full speed, managing to
score on their first 5 possessions and were able to go into the
break with 30-12 lead. Corvallis was able to make it a 10
point game late in the 3rd, but Lebanon responded back with
another score early in the 4th quarter. Another Warrior
touchdown in the 4th put the game out of reach. Final
Crescent Valley Raiders: The
cross-town rivalry game lived up to all expectations and
couldn't even be settled within regulation. Defense ruled
in the first half as both teams were unable to score in the
first quarter before CV was able to put together a drive and
score midway through the 2nd quarter. The Spartans
answered right back with their own score and went into the
break, down 7-8. The second half was all offense.
Each team scored 2 touchdowns in each of the final two quarters.
At the end of regulation, the score was knotted up at 36-36.
The Kansas City overtime began with the Spartans on offense.
After a penalty called back a touchdown, Corvallis was unable to
score. The Raiders possession ended with a touchdown.
Final score, 36-42.
Churchill Lancers: The
Spartans struck first in the game before the Lancers were able
to score late in the 1st and another late in the 2nd. Two
minutes on the clock were enough for Corvallis to drive down the
field and punch a score across on the last play of the first
half to make it 14-14 at the break. In the second half,
the Lancers kicked a FG early before the Spartans scored on long
run late in the 3rd to take the lead. Another score
by the Lancers in the 4th set up an exciting ending.
Starting on their own 18 with 73 seconds remaining, the Spartans
managed to get down to the Lancers 23 before the drive stalled
out. Final score, 21-24.
Barlow Bruins: The
Spartans dominated the first half of play against the Barlow
Bruins, but were only able to manage to score one time and went
into the break with a 7-6 lead. The Bruins however came
out strong in the second half. Barlow scored 27 points in
the second half before the Spartans offense was able to score
again. A late rally by Corvallis was not enough.
Final score, 21-33.
Our schedule has been
finalized and is posted to the right. The 2015 schedule
kicks off with a Varsity and JV Jamboree at McMinnville on Friday, August
All-State Team Selection:
Congratulations to J.D. Lasswell and Hunter Mattson for being
selected as a Honorable Mention All-State players.
All-Conference Team Selections:
Congratulations to J.D. Lasswell for being selected as a first
team all-conference wide receiver and to Hunter Mattson for
being selected as a 1st team all-conference running back as well
as a 1st team all-conference kick returner. Bryce Hinkle
was selected and 2nd team all-conference defensive lineman.
Other honorable mention selections were Symon Ramos (OG), Andrew
Iademarco (OT), Bryce Hinkle (OT), Lance Peterson (QB/P), Zach
Humphreys (WR), Quincy Johnson (LB), Noah Seumalo (LB), and
Cameron Hankins (DB).
Spartan Football Tradition
1913, 1922, 1923, 1941, 1955, 1964, 1965, 1969,
1970, 1972, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 2010
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
1964, 1969, 1974, 1986
1970, 1978, 1979, 1983, 2006
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