Past Team Champions


1949    Springfield
1950    Springfield
1951    Lincoln
1952    Salem
1953    Salem
1954    Lincoln
1955    Lincoln
1956    Grants Pass
1957    Grant
1958    Grant
1959    South Salem
1960    South Salem
1961    Thurston
1962    South Salem
1963    Grant    
1964    Grant    
1965    Corvallis
1966    Corvallis
1967    Corvallis / North Eugene*
1968    South Eugene
1970    Lake Oswego / South Eugene*
1971    Ashland / Centennial*    
1972    South Eugene    
1973    South Eugene
1974    South Eugene
1975    South Eugene
1976    South Eugene
1977    South Eugene
1978    South Eugene
1979    South Eugene
1980    Sunset
1981    South Eugene
1982    Sunset
1983    Wilson
1984    Sunset
1985    Tigard    
1986    Bend    
1987    Bend
1988    Ashland
1989    Bend    
1990    Bend    
1991    Beaverton    
1992    Bend    
1993    Ashland    
1994    Bend    
1995    Mountain View    
1996    Oregon City
1997    Klamath Union
1998    Bend    
1999    Klamath Union
2000    Jesuit    
2001    Bend    
2002    Jesuit    
2003    Central Catholic
2004    Jesuit
2005    Central Catholic
2006    Central Catholic
2007    Central Catholic
2008    Jesuit
2009    Central Catholic
2010    Crater
2011    South Eugene
2012    Central Catholic
2013    Central Catholic
2014    Central Catholic
2015    Central Catholic
2016    Central Catholic
2017    Jesuit

State championship runs begin this week

District cross country meets open the OSAA playoff schedule
Oct. 22, 2012 / By Cliff Pfenning,

A slew of district cross country meets wlll begin the drama of the OSAA championships event this week across Oregon.

Teams at four classifications will be whittled to two each in every district along with individual qualifiers along 5,000-meter courses.

Wednesday is the biggest day for the state when 11 district meets are scheduled to take place, including four of the Class 6A meets: the Mt. Hood Conference at Centennial High, Metro League at Tualatin Hills Parks and Rec., Central Valley at Salem's Push Park, and Three Rivers League at Clackamas Community College.

District meets will continue through Saturday.

Here is the schedule of district meets by classification.



Central Valley - Wednesday at Salem, Bush Park

Metro League - Wednesday at Tualatin Hills Rec. Center

Mt. Hood Conference -Wednesday at Centennial High

Pacific Conferenece - Thursday at Clackamas Comm. College

Southwest - Thursday at Central Point, TouVelle State Park

Three Rivers League - Wednesday at Clackamas Comm. College



PIL - Wednesday at Lents Park

Northwest Oregon - Wednesday at Gresham, Blue Lake Park

Midwestern - Wednesday at Eugene, Alton Baker Park

Mid-Willamette -Wednesday at Woodburn, Mission Bottom Park

Columbia River - Saturday at Hood River High

Intermountain - Friday at Bend High



Tri-Valley - Wednesday at Estacada, McIver State Park

Cowapa - Thursday at Warrenton, Camp Rilea

Sky-Em - Thursday at Lane Comm. College

Oregon West - Saturday at Cascade High

Far West - Thursday at North Bend, Tugman State Park

Skyline - Wednesday at Henley High

Greater Oregon - Saturday at LaGrande High



District 1 -Thursday at Beaverton, Tualatin Hills Rec. Center

District 2 - Thursday at Salem, Bush Park

District 3 - Thursday at Salem, Bush Park

District 4 - Saturday at Crow, Polyrock Ranch

District 5 - Friday at Pendleton, McKay Park

District 6 - Thursday at Rogue River, Valley of the Rogue Park

District 7 - Wednesday at Tualatin High

Title turnover highlights state swim finals

Sunset, Jesuit repeat, but four other titles go to new teams
Feeb. 18, 2012 / By Cliff Pfenning,

The expected challenges both Sunset and Jesuit were ready to face didn't materialize and they each defended their state swim titles on a day of fresh faces at Mt. Hood Community College.

Sunset repeated as boys champion at Class 6A, while Jesuit won its fourth-straight girls title.

Summit won both boys and girls titles at Class 5A, while the Cottage Grove boys and Henley girls won at Class 4A.

For the girls teams at both Summit and Henley, the title was their first after numerous second-place finishes. Summit finished second twice the past five seasons, while Henley finished second four of the past five years.

Among the day's biggest winners were Lake Oswego sophomore Sarah Kaunitz and Sunset junior Cameron Stitt, who both won two events at the Class 6A meet. Kaunitz won the 100 breaststroke, the 200 individual medley and swam legs on the winning 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams, while Stitt won the 200 freestyle, the 500 freestyle and swam the anchor leg of the winning 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay.

Stitt missed establishing a all-time meet record in the 500 freestyle by .51 seconds. The 500 freestyle record is the oldest on the OSAA record books, set by Alex Stiles of Lincoln in 1984.

Among the other meet highlights, Cascade Christian sophomore Beanna Sapienza narrowly missed setting a meet record in the 100 butterfly, finishing in 54.63 seconds, just .11 off the record set by Roeburg's Kaylin Bing in 2008.

Cascade Christian senior Aaron Ghiglieri won the 100 butterfly in 49.52, less than a second off the all-time mark of 48.72 set by Aloha's Neil O'Halloran just last year.




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