WINSTON — Senior tailback Luke Jannsen scored three times and freshman quarterback Ely Kennel had another strong game on Friday night to pace the Eagles to a 33-8 nonleague victory at Douglas.
Jannsen rushed for 91 yards on 19 carries and scored on runs of 12 and 4 yards. He also had an 18-yard TD reception from Kennel, who was 10 of 13 for 109 yards and two scores. His other TD pass was to Vandon Haugen on a 21-yard connection.
The Eagles (2-0) resume nonleague play at Scio on Sept. 14.
Corvallis 35, North Salem 28
SALEM — The Spartans outscored the Vikings 21-7 in the fourth quarter for their first win of the season.
Izaak Worsch scored two touchdowns in the fourth and Kenny Morley another. Morley rushed for 72 yards and Worsch 53.
Logan Steeves was 16-of-30 passing for 199 yards with touchdown tosses to Kelly Kingsmill and Max Johnson and one interception. Johnson, Kingsmill and Ireland McFadden all had three receptions.
The Spartans (1-1) play at Crescent Valley next week.
Lebanon 37, Dallas 16
LEBANON — The Warriors improved to 2-0 in the Mid-Willamette with the convincing win at Heath Stadium.
The Warriors travel to Silverton on Sept. 14 in their next league game.
Monroe 20, Grant Union 8
JOHN DAY — Colton Sutton rushed for 121 yards on 18 carries to lead the Dragons to the big nonleague win.
Freshman quarterback Brody Ballard scored on a 5-yard run and also tossed a 7-yard scoring pass to Eric Teran to account for two TDs. Dylan Irvin scored on a 20-yard scamper for Monroe, and Trevor Wells scored a two-point conversion.
It was the second straight road win for Monroe (2-0), which prevailed at Sheridan on Aug. 31. The Dragons host Toledo in their home opener on Sept. 14.
Harrisburg 48, Blanchet Catholic 13
HARRISBURG — The Eagles remained undefeated by rolling to their second lopsided win of the season in the nonleague encounter.
Harrisburg faces a sterner test on Sept. 14 when it travels to Cascade Christian for a game against the defending 3A state champions.
Rainier 39, Scio 0
RAINIER — The Trojans handled Scio in the nonleague game.
The Loggers (0-2), who lost a 21-20 heartbreaker at Molalla on Aug. 31 in their season opener, host Santiam Christian on Sept. 14 in their home debut.
Philomath 33, Siuslaw 8
FLORENCE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 with the impressive road win. They resume road action at Elmira on Sept. 14.
West Albany swept North Salem and South Albany on Thursday in Mid-Willamette Conference matches at South Albany. Set scores were 25-16, 25-17, 25-14 vs. North Salem and 25-10, 26-24, 25-12 vs. South Albany.
The Bulldogs (3-1, 3-1) play in the Central Catholic Tournament at Salem on Saturday.
South Albany lost 3-2 to North Salem in the other match. Set scores were 15-25, 25-21, 25-20, 23-25, 15-10. South (1-4, 0-3) plays at the Canby Tournament on Saturday.