Boys soccer coaches polls

Boys soccer coaches polls: Final
by Jerry Ulmer, OSAAtoday

6A

1. Central Catholic (3) [1] 11-1-2 68

2. Summit (3) [2] 13-1 66

2. David Douglas (2) [5] 10-2-2 66

4. Grant [4] 10-2-2 42

5. South Eugene [3] 12-1-1 40

6. Tigard [8] 11-1-1 36

7. Forest Grove [10] 10-2-1 28

8. West Linn [8] 8-2-3 18

9. Aloha [nr] 7-3-4 14

10. Jesuit [nr] 8-3-3 11

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org

Others receiving significant votes: None

Notes: Central Catholic suffered its first loss in the regular-season finale, 1-0 to David Douglas. …

Summit has outscored its opponents 18-1 during an eight-game winning streak after losing to Sunset 2-0. …

Grant clinched the Portland Interscholastic League outright title by tying Lincoln 1-1 in its final regular-season match.

5A

1. La Salle Prep (8) [1] 11-0-1 97

1. Corvallis (1) [2] 10-1-2 97

3. South Albany (2) [3] 9-2-3 89

4. Central [5] 8-2-2 68

5. Silverton [4] 9-2-1 67

6. Ashland [7] 7-3-2 34

7. Ridgeview [nr] 8-2-2 27

8. Springfield [8] 7-1-4 26

9. Churchill [6] 9-2-2 21

10. Eagle Point [10] 8-2-2 16

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org

Others receiving significant votes: Hillsboro (12)

Notes: The top five teams in the poll are in the exact same order in the OSAA power rankings. ….

Corvallis can clinch the Mid-Willamette Conference title Wednesday with a home win over West Albany in the regular-season finale.

4A

1. Woodburn (5) [1] 12-1 98

1. Stayton (3) [2] 11-1 98

3. Phoenix (3) [3] 11-0-1 80

4. Ontario [4] 9-1-2 71

5. La Grande [6] 7-3-2 40

6. North Valley [5] 8-2-3 37

7. Madras [nr] 9-3-1 29

8. Marist Catholic [9] 9-2-1 28

9. Valley Catholic [7] 10-3 26

10. Seaside [8] 8-5 19

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org

Others receiving significant votes: McLoughlin (16), Molalla (13)

Notes: Woodburn has bounced back from a 1-0 loss to Stayton to beat Newport / Toledo 5-0 and Cascade 4-0. …

Phoenix is No. 1 in the OSAA power rankings. The only mark on Phoenix’s record is a 1-1 tie against North Valley.

3A/2A/1A

1. Oregon Episcopal (7) [1] 11-1-1 87

2. Catlin Gabel (1) [2] 9-1-4 73

3. Brookings-Harbor [4] 12-1 67

4. St. Mary’s, Medford (1) [3] 13-0-1 64

5. Riverside [5] 9-3-1 43

6. Cascade Christian [6] 10-2-1 34

7. Riverdale [nr] 5-2-2 33

8. Dayton [7] 8-1-5 30

9. Umpqua Valley Christian / Melrose Christian [nr] 9-2-1 17

10. Santiam Christian [nr] 10-3 11

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org

Others receiving significant votes: Blanchet Catholic (10)

Notes: Brookings-Harbor, which dropped down from 4A, has outscored its opponents 113-3. The team’s only loss is 2-1 to 4A Mazama. …

St. Mary’s has outscored its fors 117-7, winning 13 in a row since opening with a 3-3 tie against Catlin Gabel.

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