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If the 2020 Oregon high school football season starts on time — that’s certainly a big if because of the coronavirus — the Roseburg Indians open on Sept. 4 with a nonconference game against the Summit Storm in Bend to kick off Dave Heuberger’s fifth year as head coach.

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Wesley Kommer ripped off a 41-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter, and the Thurston Colts used a stellar defensive showing in the fourth period to hold off Crater 14-10 and claim their second consecutive Class 5A state football championship Saturday night at Roseburg’s Finlay Field.

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Roseburg High School’s Finlay Field will play host to a pair of state championship games during Saturday’s championship round of the Oregon School Activities Association high school football state playoffs.

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COTTAGE GROVE — Similar to the famed 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali, a pair of heavyweights squared off on a much larger squared circle Saturday, that of the appropriately named Don King Field.

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COTTAGE GROVE — After battling hard for a quarter and a half, Camas Valley ultimately had no answer for St. Paul quarterback TJ Crawford, who propelled the top-seeded Buckaroos to a 46-26 victory over the Hornets in the semifinal round of the Class 1A eight-man state football playoffs Saturd…

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SILVERTON — Oakland planned to walk onto the turf at McGinnis Field carrying a big stick into its Class 2A football quarterfinal playoff game against top-seeded Kennedy.

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ST. PAUL — The No. 9-seeded Days Creek Wolves saw their Class 1A eight-man state playoff run come to an end, falling 56-6 to No. 1 St. Paul Friday night in a quarterfinal game at the St. Paul Rodeo Grounds.

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KLAMATH FALLS — Hosanna Christian shut out North Douglas in the third quarter and eliminated the Warriors from the Class 1A eight-man football playoffs on Friday night with a 60-28 win in a first-round game.