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Dallas’ last home football game of the season on Friday was Senior Night. The team honored Jace Grillo (pictured) John Hofenbredl, Chase Brushe, Aiden Henrickson, Cael Morrison, Luke Hess, Chauncey Saunders, Conner Nash, Kadin Thorsted, DaShawn Martin, and Colton Richardson.


Central football: The Panthers (1-4, 1-3 Mid-Willamette Conference) ended the season with a loss to Corvallis on the road 28-22. The last game of the season versus Dallas has been canceled.

Central boys soccer: The Panthers (2-5-1, 2-5-1 MWC) played Crescent Valley to a draw on March 30, tying 1-1 in the home game. Central completes the season with two non-league matchups against North Salem at home and Sprague on the road.

Central girls soccer: Central (1-7, 1-7 MWC) lost to Crescent Valley 8-0 on March 30 to close out its season.

Central volleyball: Games against Silverton, Dallas and South Albany last week and this week were canceled.


Dallas football: The Dragons (5-0, 4-0) remain undefeated going into the last game of the season with a 50-6 victory over South Albany at home on Friday. Dallas plays its last game on Thursday night at Thurston, a change made to the schedule last week after the cross-county rivalry game against Central was canceled.

Dallas volleyball: Dallas’ game against Central scheduled for Thursday was canceled due to COVID, but the Dragons moved on to play West Salem on Monday in a non-league match. The Dragons lost 3-0.

Falls City

Falls City football: The Mountaineers (3-1, 2-1 Special District 1) won a close game at Mohawk on Friday night, escaping with a 16-14 victory. Falls City will play Mapleton on Friday to close out the season.

Falls City volleyball: Falls City (3-6, 2-4 Casco) split to two games to end the regular season with a loss to C.S. Lewis Academy 3-0 on March 30 and win over Livingstone Adventist Academy 3-1 on Thursday. Falls City opens the Casco League playoffs against Livingstone Adventist Academy on Thursday at 6 p.m.


Perrydale football: The Pirates (1-4, 1-3 Special District 1) closed out the season with a loss to Mapleton at home 44-6.

Perrydale volleyball: Perrydale (6-5, 4-3 Special District 1) split two games to wrap up the regular season with a loss to St. Paul on March 30 3-1 and a victory over Willamette Valley Christian 3-0 on Thursday.

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