SCIO — Dru Cook had three touchdowns and the Scio High football team advanced to the OSAA 2A football semifinals with a 30-13 win over Coquille on Friday night.
The top-seeded Loggers (9-1) will take on No. 4 seed Cascade Christian next week.
Cook’s 15-yard run and a two-point conversion put Scio up 8-0 with 3:52 left in the first quarter.
Coquille answered with a TD pass to get within 8-7 with 1:38 left in the period.
Riley Zimmerman’s 1-yard run and Cook’s two-point conversion gave Scio a 16-7 lead with 10:31 left in the second.
Cook’s 10-yard run pushed the lead to 22-7 with 4:26 left in the half.
Neither team scored in the third quarter.
Cook scored from 8 yards out early in the fourth quarter.
A 42-yard run by Henry Scolari with 7 minutes left got Coquille within 28-13 but a blocked punt resulted in a safety for Scio and the 30-13 lead.
Cascade Christian 46, Harrisburg 8
MEDFORD — Harrisburg’s quest for a second straight 3A state title came to an end with the quarterfinal loss to the Challengers.
Cascade Christian took a 2-0 lead with a sack in the end zone then pushed the lead to 9-0 on a 45-yard run by Haiden Schaan to start the second quarter.
The Eagles answered when Dax Bennett tossed a touchdown pass to make it 9-8 after the two-point conversion.
But Cascade Christian countered with a Schaan 3-yard run with 5:49 left in the half for a 16-8 lead.
A blocked punt by Cascade Christian resulted in another safety and an 18-8 lead.
Caleb Jordan followed with a touchdown run for a 25-8 lead at the half.
Schaan had another TD run, this one from 2 yards out, for a 32-8 lead in the third.
The lead was 39-8 after three quarters.
Cascade Christian made it 46-8 early in the fourth with an 82-yard TD run.
Harrisburg ends the season 5-6.