OSAA 5A High School Football Season Schedules

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We’ve got three weeks until high school football teams can begin practicing on Aug. 19 and a week later the season opens on Aug. 30. Nevertheless, football is on the horizon and followers of the local teams in the 5A Midwestern League will want to know what the schedule looks like for the five teams from the Eugene-Springfield area in the eight-team conference.

Complete Local OSAA 5A High School Football Season Schedules:

 

Churchill Lancers (7-4 overall, 4-3 in league)

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  • Aug. 30 – at South Eugene
  • Sept. 6 – at Liberty
  • Sept. 13  – at Eagle Point
  • Sept. 20 – Ashland
  • Oct. 4 – Willamette
  • Oct. 11 – Marist
  • Oct. 18 – at North Eugene
  • Oct. 25 – Springfield

Marist_logoMarist Spartans (11-2, 7-0)

  • Aug. 30 – at West Albany
  • Sept. 6 – at Grant
  • Sept. 13 – Ashland
  • Sept. 20 – Bend
  • Sept. 26 – at Willamette
  • Oct. 4 – Eagle Point
  • Oct. 11 – at Churchill
  • Oct. 18 – Springfield
  • Oct. 25 – North Eugene

North Eugene Highlanders (2-7, 2-5)

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  • Aug. 30 – Summit
  • Sept. 6 – South Albany
  • Sept. 13 – at Hidden Valley
  • Sept. 20 – Willamette
  • Sept. 27 – at Eagle Point
  • Oct. 4 – Ashland
  • Oct. 11 – at Springfield
  • Oct. 18 – Churchill
  • Oct. 25 – at Marist

Springfield Millers (8-3, 6-1)

Springfield

  • Aug. 30 – at Silverton
  • Sept. 6 – Corvallis
  • Sept. 13 – at Willamette
  • Sept. 20 – Eagle Point
  • Sept. 27 – at Ashland
  • Oct. 4 – Hermiston
  • Oct. 11 – North Eugene
  • Oct. 18 – at Marist
  • Oct. 25 – at Churchill

The Wolverines occupy the seventh spot in the current rankings. (Willamette High School)Willamette Wolverines (2-7, 1-6)

  • Aug. 30 – at Corvallis
  • Sept. 6 – South Eugene
  • Sept. 13 – Springfield
  • Sept. 20 – at North Eugene
  • Sept. 26 – Marist
  • Oct. 4 – at Churchill
  • Oct. 10 – Eagle Point
  • Oct. 18 – at Ashland

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David has been a sports reporter for five of his 10 years as a professional journalist. Before moving to Eugene in 2010, he worked as a reporter with daily newspapers in Ohio, Missouri, Tennessee, Minnesota and Florida. He is a journalism instructor at the University of Oregon and believes that strong reporting and compelling story telling will keep them reading.

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