The Center Foundation Player of the Game: West Salem’s Simon Thompson

Continuing to feast on Central Oregon defenses, Simon Thompson tossed six touchdown passes and ran for a score to lead visiting West Salem High School to a 46-28 victory over Mountain View High School in a Special District 6 football game at Jack Harris Stadium Friday evening.

The senior quarterback, who completed a school record seven scoring aerials in a 56-27 victory over Bend earlier in the season, earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors. West Salem is now 3-0 in league play.

The Center Foundation Player of the Game: Luke Musgrave

201 yards rushing for Payton Davis. 207 yards passing for Cooper Simmonds. But, constantly disrupting the Summit offense and returning an interception 44 yards for a touchdown just before the end of the first half to give the visitors a lead they would not relinquish, earned Luke Musgrave The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors in Bend’s 40-23 victory over the host Storm Friday evening in a Special District 6 football game.

Summit Student Balances Football and National Guard

He was out for the first three games of the season but Jeremiah McCray is back on the field at Summit High School, just in time for homecoming. However the senior defensive end has been busy for good reason, he was at basic training in Georgia as part of the National Guard.
 
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom is live from the field at Summit High with more on the story.

The Center Foundation Player of the Game: Jonas Larson

Exploding for two long touchdown runs in the second half and tossing a scoring reception, Jonas Larson helped lead Mountain View High School to a 35-12 victory over visiting Summit High School in a Special District 6 football game at Jack Harris Stadium on Friday night.

Rushing for 259 yards, the senior running back earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors as Mountain View advanced to 4-1 on the season.

BBQ Nights: Ever Wonder what Fuels MVHS’ Offensive Line

The football program at Mountain View High School is one steeped in tradition and this year, the team’s offensive line has started a new one. On any given Wednesday at Mountain View High School you can find the football team’s offensive linemen doing what they do best, not creating space on the field, but fueling up on barbecue.

Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom stopped by to see that this new tradition is all about.