During a season most notable for its blowout victories, running clocks and record-setting point totals, it came down to defense to keep Churchill’s playoff dream alive. With Crescent Valley trying for the go-ahead score from the Lancers’ 10-yard line, defensive back Tyson Bennion broke through the line of scrimmage and recovered a fumbled handoff with 15 seconds left to secure Churchill’s 24-22 victory on Friday in a Class 5A state quarterfinal game.
It’s been four days of fun and excitement and celebration for North Eugene, which qualified for its first girls soccer state title game on Tuesday. Now comes the reality check. The Highlanders have one more game to play, and it’ll be against their toughest opponent yet when they take on Summit at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Class 5A championship game at Hillsboro Stadium. North Eugene (15-1-0) won the Midwestern League, earned the No. 1 seed in the state tournament and has won 15 consecutive games.
HILLSBORO — North Eugene scored a pair of late goals to make Summit sweat, but the Highlanders still came up short in a 3-2 loss to the Storm in the Class 5A girls soccer state championship game on Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium. The top-seeded Highlanders (15-2) fell behind 2-0 early in the game before senior midfielder Jordan Wormdahl scored from 18 yards out in the 70th minute for North Eugene.
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Selecting a term
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