South Medford (2-1) at Wilson (2-1)
South Medford (2-1) at Wilson (2-1)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Portland.OF NOTE: Wilson's running game ranks among the state's best, while South is averaging only 55 yards per game on the ground.RADIO: KAKT (105.1-FM).MT LINE: South Medford by 4.
Lincoln (1-2) at No. Medford (1-2)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Spiegelberg Stadium.RADIO: KCMX (880-FM).OF NOTE: The outcome will hinge on whether North can contain free-wheeling QB Jayson Hobby and speedster Jordan Polk.MT LINE: Lincoln by 2.
Forest Grove (3-0)at No. 7 Grants Pass (4-0)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Mel Ingram Field.RADIO: KLDR (98.7-FM).OF NOTE: Grants Pass is allowing only 5.5 points per game, but Forest Grove provides the stiffest competition to date.MT LINE: Grants Pass by 7.
Bend (2-1) at Roseburg (2-1)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Finlay Field.OF NOTE: Roseburg QB Jake Johnson broke four single-game school records last week when he passed for 351 yards and five TDs.MT LINE: Roseburg by 10.
Churchill (2-1) at No. 6 Sheldon (3-1)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Eugene.OF NOTE: Churchill is ranked seventh among Class 5A teams, and lost last week 34-17 to South Eugene.MT LINE: Sheldon by 17.
Springfield (2-2) at Crater (1-3)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Dutch Meyer Field, Central Point.RADIO: KEZX (730-AM).OF NOTE: Crater ranks second in the Southern Sky in total offense (310.5 ypg) and total defense (264.3 ypg).MT LINE: Crater by 7.
Eagle Point (2-2) at Roosevelt (0-3)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Portland.OF NOTE: Eagles QB Scott Erickson expects to play despite suffering a slight shoulder separation last week.MT LINE: Eagle Point by 6.
Marshfield (2-2)at No. 5 Ashland (4-0)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Walter A. Phillips Field.RADIO: KCMX (102-FM).OF NOTE: Ashland leads the Southern Sky with a plus-12 turnover ratio and is allowing an average of nine points per game.MT LINE: Ashland by 7.
Phoenix (1-2) at Klamath Union (2-2)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Modoc Field, Klamath Falls.OF NOTE: Phoenix has scored only three touchdowns through three games.MT LINE: Klamath Union by 12.
Mazama (0-4) at Henley (2-2)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Klamath Falls.OF NOTE: Mazama ranks last in total offense (187.8 ypg) and total defense (416.3 ypg) in the Southern Sky.MT LINE: Henley by 14.
Hidden Valley (2-2) at No. Bend (2-2)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at North Bend.OF NOTE: Hidden Valley has played a brutal nonconference schedule, which should pay dividends against North Bend.MT LINE: Hidden Valley by 3.
No. Valley (2-1) at Douglas (0-3)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Winston.OF NOTE: Douglas has scored just 13 points combined in three games, including last week's 54-6 pasting at the hands of Illinois Valley.MT LINE: North Valley by 14.
Sutherlin (1-3)at No. 6 Illinois Valley (4-0)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Cave Junction.OF NOTE: The ground game, led by Larry Ragsdale, makes Illinois Valley tick.MT LINE: Illinois Valley by 21.
Coquille (0-4)at No. 3 Cascade Christian (2-1)
WHEN, WHERE: Saturday, 6:30 p.m., at Dutch Meyer Stadium.OF NOTE: In its two wins, Cascade Christian has rolled by an average score of 47-9.MT LINE: Cascade Christian by 14.
No. 9 St. Mary's (4-0)at St. Bernard's, Calif. (2-1)
WHEN, WHERE: Saturday, 2, at Eureka, Calif.OF NOTE: St. Bernard's rolled to a 41-0 victory last year against St. Mary's.MT LINE: St. Bernard's by 13.
Butte Falls (3-0) at Falls City (1-1)
WHEN, WHERE: Tonight, 7, at Falls City.OF NOTE: Butte Falls limited Gilchrist to minus 14 yards in the fourth quarter of a 22-20 win last Saturday.MT LINE: Butte Falls by 16.
Prospect (0-3) at Powers (1-2)
WHEN, WHERE: Today, 4 p.m, at Powers.OF NOTE: Prospect has given up 40 points or more in each of its three losses.MT LINE: Powers by 12.
UCLA (3-1) at Oregon State (2-2)
WHEN, WHERE: Saturday, 3:30 p.m., Reser Stadium, Corvallis.TV: FSN (Ch. 23).RADIO: KMED (1440-AM).OF NOTE: UCLA holds a conference-best five-game league winning streak heading into Oregon State's Pac-10 home-opener.MT LINE: UCLA by 3.
No. 6 Cal (4-0) at No. 11 Oregon (4-0)
WHEN, WHERE: Saturday, 12:30 p.m., Autzen Stadium, Eugene.TV: ABC (Ch. 12).RADIO: KCMX (880-AM).OF NOTE: Oregon (48.5 points per game) and California (41.5 ppg) possess the league's first and third scoring offenses, respectively.MT LINE: Oregon by 1.